Mennonnite Quilt Emblems


This double quilt was made by Ontario Mennonites in 1967. The four corners of the quilt are made from varied dress material of the day and the rest of the quilt is made of the red and white house motifs. It has been well used and cared for – I was fortunate to speak with the original owner who was in the shop when I purchased it.

-Deborah Lee K

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