Celebrating 32 Years of Excellence!
"The artistry and workmanship is truly impressive. I am already debating on my next purchase. I know I bought the log cabin quilt as a gift, but it was so beautiful that I made it a gift to myself. Buy with confidence." Franklin, Alabama
"love it!" - John, Jackson, Wyoming
"I'm thrilled with the beautiful quilt. A thousand thanks"... Annette, London
"I am a great believer in things happening for a reason. Both quilts are gorgeous and as I expected..." Nadia, Western Australia
"The quilt arrived on schedule and its fabulous" Margie, Santa Fe, New Mexico
"I am full of admiration..." Cornelia, Switzerland
"I am so happy..." Karen, Chicago, Il
"we received the quilts yesterday and WOW what a piece of art"...Frank, Yorktown, Va
"Marvelous! The world would certainly be a better place if more people saw the lovely things you make!" Jussi, Finland
"thanks for making this process so friendly, fast and easy"...Charlene, Richford, NY
While there are many fine quilt designers in Lancaster, C Jean Horst's quilt creations stand out from all the others. Her ability to select fabrics is phenomenal. Her original appliqué designs are stunning.
Jean tells how her mother taught her, at the age of five, to use her sewing machine to make doll clothes. She has been sewing ever since.
Yet it was on a family vacation 33 years later that she first discovered the creative and colorful world of quilts. In spite of living in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, the quilt capitol of the world, she purchased her first pattern while on vacation in Tennessee.
Her hobby has now become a meaningful business. She works with many ambitious women, who piece, appliqué, mark, quilt, and bind quilts and wall hangings, creating heirlooms for tomorrow and functional art for today. Recently, she has had the privilege of designing and managing some very special projects. Of special note she designed the Governor's Star - an original quilt for Governor Tom Ridge, and a millennium quilt "It's About Time" for an American Cancer Society raffle (which raised over $30,000!)