Always remember and respect the hours of work that went into the making your
quilt. To assure long life for your quilt, proper care is essential. Wash or Dry ...
There are almost as many opinions on how to wash quilts as there are quilters,
as every person seems to have their own opinion on the subject! Some people ...
How to care for your Amish Quilt, info from AmishQuilter. ... If your Quilt has strong
colors in it, you may choose to spot-clean your quilt and air it occasionally.
Amish quilts are works of art, and an investment. ... And if the quilt has dark colors
, it should be properly dry-cleaned to prevent the colors from bleeding.
Never wash your handmade quilt in hot water. This was always .... It was
preserved very well, taken out and finished by several Amish ladies. I need
advice on ...
At AmishQuiltShop.net, you will find quilts of many patterns and colors. ... Barbara
L. told us this is what she does to clean her quilts. Soak the quilt in cold water ...
If your quilt is more than 50 years old, it should be cleaned only by a ... All
Pennsylvania Amish quilts, for example, feature straight-edge geometric shapes.
Do you have a quilt that needs washing? The difference between a quilt before
Betsey works with it and after is truly amazing. Bright, clean and fresh smelling, ...
She was the only non-Amish person in that community of quilters. She's always
told me to wash her quilts in the washing machine rather than ...
www.amishhandquilting.com/Tips and Tidbits.htm
Or, wash the quilt using this method. Fill the laundry tub of your automatic washer
with warm water and a small amount of gentle laundry detergent (Dreft, Ultra ...