Currently our only Twin size quilt! The cover of a well worn pattern book displays a lovely cottage in Ireland with an Irish Chain quilt in front. It brings to mind coziness, but there is some uncertainty whether the picture could be an example of another romantic myth or if the pattern truly came from Ireland. Current documentation of the Irish Chain Quilt pattern indicates that is was developed in American in the early 1800's. I think the reason it was so popular over the years is that it leaves a nice solid space between the chains to display the maker's needlework skills. Here you can see the lovely hand quilting done in the feather circle designs which we all love and makes this quilt so attractive - shown best on corner thumbnail. The fabrics are 100% quality quilter's cottons and the stitches measure 8 stitches per inch.
The quilt backing is beautiful large print (not shown and not the tiny green print show) that is the coordinate with the greens in the top. The back corner tag documents the name of the quilt and the information in pigma fabric pen. All fabrics are selected by Lancaster's quilt designer, C Jean Horst and are managed to her quality standards of 30 years. Made in the USA by our Amish friends. A high quality quilt.
Questions? Call C Jean Horst at (717) 394-6244 or email email@example.com
C Jean Horst would be delighted to specially make this quilt for you.
|Shipping Options & Fees|
|USA1||UPS-Ground||1 to 6 business days||$27.00|
|USA||USPS Priority Mail||2 to 4 business days||$42.00|
|USA||USPS Express Mail||1 to 2 business days||$76.00|
|USA||FedEx||1 business day||$195.00|
|Canada||USPS Priority Mail||1 week||$41.00|
|Canada||FedEx||allow 2 business days||$195.00|
|Other Country||USPS Express Mail||1 to 2 weeks||$78.00|
|Other Country||FedEx||allow 1 week||$602.00|
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