A quilt is not only a comfy bed covering: it is also a piece of artwork. The crafters who create our quilts choose top quality vivid fabrics and organize them in an attractive work of art. Pick from our selection of over two hundred Amish handmade quilts for a quilt that perfectly complements your home design.
While the pieces of fabric are stitched by machine to make certain tighter sewing, all the quilting is done by hand. 100% cotton materials compose the top and bottom of the quilt. The batting sandwiched in between those two layers, nonetheless, is 100% polyester. This polyester batting guaranties both warmth and exceptional washing results.
Almost all of our quilts are large enough to relieve the need for a dust ruffle or pillow shams. Just as mattress heights vary, each quilt's size is different. You'll find we list the quilt's dimensions in conjunction with the calculated drop for you to compare to the dimensions you are looking for. Definitely do your research ahead of your purchase!
Are our quilts washable?
As a matter of fact, these quilts are certainly washable in a washing machine! We advise the following standards for ideal handling results:
- Wash in a washing machine with only cold water on gentle cycle.
- Use mild laundry soap, such as liquid Cheer for colors (No bleach or bleach alternatives. No Woolite or fabric softener.) For the first washing, add 1/2 cup vinegar as well as 2 tablespoons of salt in addition to the laundry detergent. This natural home remedy stops bleed as well as assists in establishing the colors in your quilt.
- Remove quilt immediately after the washing machine stops to reduce creases as well as color-bleeding.
- Never put a quilt in the clothes dryer! Line dry on a windy day.
- Quilts can be dry-cleaned at your own risk, however we definitely advise washing.
Amish Homemade Quilt Facts
Not too many people today understand the amount of time and tedious effort engaged in producing a quilt. Putting together a quilt is a process which make consume five to nine months
to complete. Constructing a quilt calls for designing, shearing, combining, quilting, and binding. In all, the full amount of time to complete one quilt adds up to a staggering 200—300 hours.