Quilt Just for the Love of Running Free with Pillowcase 101249QP

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    Asking $103.00 USD per item

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Otis, OR
Member since October 23, 2012
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The price listed here is for meet locally. Can meet locally at Otis Junction. CASH ONLY. No checks, of any kind, no money order, no Western Union. No representative sent to collect if purchased online with Pay Pal.

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Quilt Just for the Love of Running Free with Pillowcase 101249QPC
The name of this quilt is Just for the Love of Running Free designed using a printed fabric panel named Run Wild Run Free and two paper pieced patterns Broken Bend and Sugar Maple designed by Carol Doak. One Decorator Pillowcase is included with purchase.

The size is 67.00in x 55.00in. It fits the top of a child’s size twin bed without covering the pillow. The fabrics are 100% cotton. The batting is cotton Warm and Natural brand. The fabrics were not pre-washed and the item has not been washed.

The backing of the quilt is a cotton fabric named Running Free. It depicts horses running on a green background. The quilting is a mixture of edge to edge meanderings and stippling. There is a tiny bit of stitch outline on the horses manes and tails. There is no quilting on the main part of the horses bodies.

The binding was sewn by machine with a decorative stitch.
Inventory #: 101249QPC

I am a long time sewer, crafter, quilter who can't sew much after breaking my wrist with the result being severe nerve damage. The quilts are unused, unwashed. They were made as a learning experience to teach myself how to make as many traditional quilt patterns as I could. They have been stored in minimal light, folded on shelving in a smoke and pet free environment.