Green and Cream Lone Star Log Cabin

A Quilt by Ruth Flaud
Dimensions: 102 inches wide by 112 inches long
Quilt ID: hs8118 Category:

$925

This special order for quilt listed above is very similar to hs7128. The top is pieced and ready to be quilted and hopefully will be completed in about 6 weeks.
The quilt is listed for 75. for a special order quilt we will be adding a additional 0. so total is 25. + sh. I would appreciate a down payment of 00.
Just fill in the order sheet and I will confirm the transaction to you .

Special Order Only (see below)

Description

This special order for quilt listed above is very similar to hs7128. The top is pieced and ready to be quilted and hopefully will be completed in about 6 weeks.
The quilt is listed for 75. for a special order quilt we will be adding a additional 0. so total is 25. + sh. I would appreciate a down payment of 00.
Just fill in the order sheet and I will confirm the transaction to you .

Related products

  • A beautiful quilt of Brown, Blue w/hint of green and Cream fabrics complete this quilt featuring two very popular quilt designs, the Log Cabin and the Lone Star. This elegant quilt has fabrics with a soft gold shimmer. Notice the fine quilting with the feather design around the stars points. Fabrics chosen by a local Mennonite woman and quilted by an Amish woman in her home. It was difficult to bring out the true rich colors of this quilt in the photos.
  • A bold, striking, sharp and elegant quilt . A lovely combination of a Lone Star center with Log cabin patches.Very attractive Navy fabrics, featuring a soft tan in the floral print. Note the careful piecing and extra fine quilting. Quilted by a Amish woman in her home. Fabrics chosen by a Mennonite woman.
  • A beautiful quilt of featuring two very popular quilt designs, the Log Cabin and the Lone Star. This elegant quilt has fabrics from the Northcott Artisan line and has a soft gold shimmer. Notice the fine quilting design around the stars points. Fabrics chosen by a local Mennonite woman and quilted by an Amish woman in her home.