King Cranberry and Navy Blue Double Wedding Ring Quilt

A Quilt by Ruth Flaud
Dimensions: 114 inches wide by 114 inches long
Quilt ID: hs9052 Categories: , Design:

$895

A lovely Double Wedding Ring quilt in Burgundy and Navy Blue prints.Very lovely bright fabric selections, a few prints have been replaced with prints very similar to prints shown. Background fabric is a fine tone on tone cream cotton print. Pieced and quilted by Amish woman.
The back of the quilt is covered with a solid cream- white cotton fabric. The quilting density is good, averaging about 80 linear inches of stitching per square foot. Very nice quilting, the stitching is good with about 6-7 stitches per inch.

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A lovely Double Wedding Ring quilt in Burgundy and Navy Blue prints.Very lovely bright fabric selections, a few prints have been replaced with prints very similar to prints shown. Background fabric is a fine tone on tone cream cotton print. Pieced and quilted by Amish woman.
The back of the quilt is covered with a solid cream- white cotton fabric. The quilting density is good, averaging about 80 linear inches of stitching per square foot. Very nice quilting,the stitching is good with about 6-7 stitches per inch.

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