Ruth Flaud Quilts

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  • A beautiful Table Top in a lovely Star design. This is a perfectly round center piece. Each piece of fabric has to perfectly match to get the perfect design. Stunning!! All in black and white fabrics. Made by a Mennonite Lady in Lancaster Co.
  • Beautiful fall colors featuring leaves etched in a fine lines of gold to make this table top a stunning accent piece for your table. The pattern and design comes from the center of a Dahlia quilt. It is pieced and hand quilted by a local Mennonite lady, Barbara Lapp in her home. A lovely piece for your dining room table or could be used for a wall piece.
  • A Wedding Ring 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 blue. (Picture is shown off-white).This quilt is symmetric and may be used sideways on a king size bed.
  • What a lovely blue with a touch of golden yellow color combination. Also had a lovely paisley print in blue. A beautiful quilt in the Lone Star and Log Cabin design! Note the careful piecing and nice fine quilting stitches. Made in Lancaster by a Mennonite woman. The quilting was done by a Amish woman in her home. A very beautiful quilt !
  • A beautiful quilt with very nice quilting. 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. Pieced by a Amish woman in Lancaster Co. and also quilted by a Amish friend.
  • Sharp! Wonderful collection of fabrics from this quilters bag of remnants. Remnants are oldies and current fabrics. Classic log cabin design well made by a local Mennonite woman. Nicely quilted and carefully pieced, backing fabric on this quilt is a beautiful print cotton fabric. When doing a scrappy fabric quilt you will never have another one exactly like it.
  • 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 Black Gold and Cream fabrics. Nicely pieced and beautifully hand quilted. Pieced and quilted by Amish woman. Quilting is 6 stitches per inch.. A high quality quilt.
  • A wonderful sharp Lone Star in lovely green burgundy and tan colors. Very attractive fabric selections. Note the careful piecing and nice quilting. Made in Lancaster by a Mennonite woman and quilted by a Amish woman. This quilt was pieced by a 91year old women and used the old antique treadle sewing machine to piece the complete quilt top.
  • Lovely Plum and Rose floral prints make this a very attractive quilt, light side has tone on tone fine prints. It features two popular quilt designs all in one, the Lone Star and the Log Cabin. Notice the lovely quilting design around star points. Fabrics chosen by a local Mennonite woman. Nicely quilted by an 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 fabrics. Features fabrics that are current and from years gone by. This quilt has over 4,000 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.
  • Lovely fabric combination of Plum-Wine colors with a beautiful tan pansy print. 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 fine swirl designed print cotton print. Made in Lancaster by a Mennonite woman. The quilting was done by a Amish woman in her home.

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