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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
If your Quilt has strong colors in it, you may choose to spot-clean your quilt and
air it occasionally. Some people have their quilts professionally dry cleaned.
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 ...
Of course, eventually you will need to wash your Amish quilt due to the accidental
stain or once or twice a year to give it new life and freshness. Since most ...
Quilts are time-consuming to make so learn how to wash and care for handmade
quilts and wall hangings to make them last for generations.
You can easily clean a newer quilt with a vacuum cleaner. Lay the quilt ... All
Pennsylvania Amish quilts, for example, feature straight-edge geometric shapes.
Dry-cleaning is the safest and best way to go. Machine Washing Instructions:
Wash your quilt on a gentle cycle, using mild detergent, and in cold water to ...
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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 ...