Williamsburg Blue Tan and Burgundy Lone Star Log Cabin

A Quilt by Ruth Flaud
Dimensions: 101 inches wide by 112 inches long
Quilt ID: hs6944 Category: Design:

$875

The quilt is a beautiful combination of two favorite patterns from the past, Lone Star and Log Cabin. In the past these quilts were used just for warmth, but now they are valued for the beauty of individual choices of color and design. The fabrics are lovely shades of blue, tan and burgundy and the floral designs are rich and beautiful. Note the careful piecing and nice quilting. Made in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania by a Mennonite woman and hand quilted by a Amish woman

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Description

The quilt is a beautiful combination of two favorite patterns from the past, Lone Star and Log Cabin. In the past these quilts were used just for warmth, but now they are valued for the beauty of individual choices of color and design. The fabrics are lovely shades of blue, tan and burgundy and the floral designs are rich and beautiful. Note the careful piecing and nice quilting. Made in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania by a Mennonite woman and hand quilted by a Amish woman

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