Ruth Flaud Quilts

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  • The Log Cabin quilt design is one of the oldest and best loved of all quilts. Here is a classic design made new! Featured on this quilt are Rusty Red fabrics. Nicely pieced and beautifully hand quilted. Pieced and quilted by Amish woman. Quilting is 6 stitches per inch.. A high quality quilt.
  • Wow! A very beautiful quilt in lovely Blue and Cream colors. What great fabric selections put into a quilt blending two favorite patterns, Log Cabin and Lone Star!!!! The background fabric is a cream white tone on tone cotton print. Quilt has lovely quilting on border. Made in Lancaster Co.by a Mennonite woman and very finely quilted by a Amish woman in her home.
  • Almost a Postage Stamp quilt, a original postage stamp has a finished 1 in. square, where this has a 1 1/2 in. finished square. A bright quilt with remnants from many colorful quilts. Features fabrics that are current and from years gone by. This quilt has over 4,100 small squares in it . Precisely pieced by a Amish widow lady and quilted by another Amish woman.
  • Wow! What great fabric selections. This quilt features two very popular quilt patterns combined into one lovely quilt. Note the careful piecing and nice fine quilting stitches. The background fabric is a white tone on tone cotton print.Pieced in Lancaster by a Mennonite woman. The quilting was done by a Amish woman in her home.
  • A Double Wedding Ring Quilt is a all-time favorite and this quilt is done in lovely pastel colors. The background is a tone on tone cream white cotton print. Was pieced and quilted by Amish women. This quilt is made from scrappy fabrics so no quilt is ever the same, and the binding used on this quilt is off white.
  • A wonderful sharp Lone Star with attractive fabric selections — the green plaid is wonderful!. Featuring a lovely combination of two very popular and favorite designs all in one quilt. Note the careful piecing and nice quilting. Fabric selection by a Mennonite woman and pieced and quilted by Amish women.
  • A gorgeous quilt in rich coral and soft tan colors A beautiful quilt in the Lone Star and Log Cabin design! Note the careful piecing and beautiful quilting on border of quilt. Made in Lancaster by a Mennonite woman. The quilting was done by a Amish woman in her home. !The pictures of this quilt do not do justice to the lovely colors.
  • Almost a Postage Stamp quilt, a original postage stamp has a finished 1 in. square, where this has a 1 1/2 in. finished square. A bright quilt with remnants from many colorful quilts. Features fabrics that are current and from years gone by. This quilt has over 4,400 small squares in it . Precisely pieced by a Amish widow lady and quilted by another Amish woman.
  • A stunning Double Wedding Ring in a all-time favorite pattern, this gorgeous quilt is done in lovely Batik fabrics. The background is a “Timeless Treasure” cream- white cotton print. Was pieced and quilted by Amish women. This quilt is made from many different fabrics so no quilt is ever the same. Make this quilt a treasured piece for your home!
  • A beautiful striking Lone Star encased in square patches with a lovely design, also called Star Trip Around the World. This quilt has a very ample pillow tuck and is highlighted with the stars on the pillow top. A lovely blend of colors. Pieced and also quilted by Amish woman
  • A absolutely beautiful quilt with outstanding quilting at 9-10 stiches per inch. A Double Wedding Ring is a classic design that has been a popular choice for many years. This quilt makes a lovely" Wedding gift" true to its name. Just the quilting makes this a very lovely quilt that will certainly be treasured as a heirloom. Pieced and by Amish woman in Lancaster Co. and quilted by a Amish friend.
  • Wow! What great fabric selections. This quilt features two very popular quilt patterns combined into one lovely quilt. Note the careful piecing and nice fine quilting stitches. The background fabric is a white tone on tone cotton print. Made in Lancaster by a Mennonite woman. The quilting was done by a Amish woman in her home.

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