In this section you will find a wonderful variety of prints typical used in quilts made around 1860's through to the 1880's, in and around Pennsylvania.
This area had a large Dutch immigrant population. Quilting styles reflected this heritage with the use of strong colours, predominantly turkey reds, chrome yellows, poison greens and Lancaster blues.
This palette was also a feature of the famous Red & Green applique quilts of that time period. These were most popular in the Southern States of America. Consequently, not every fabric in this section will be a ""Penn Dutch"" reproduction. They are all in the ""style"" of that fashion.
All lovers of reproduction fabrics will enjoy shopping this section.