These machine-washable quilts are created from either a traditional or custom design in a smoke-free, pet-free home by Sisters Betty Suther and Jean Ann Walton.
Both beautiful and versatile, they are hand assembled from home-cut pieces that are machine sewn from all new cotton fabric.
Each quilt is reversible, and designed with a fabric specially chosen to make the back as beautiful as the top. Professionally quilted edge-to-edge in custom or traditional patterns, these heirloom quality quilts are durable and can withstand steady use and laundering on gentle cycle.
Each quilt pattern is enhanced with its own unique quilting motif, sewn in either coordinating or contrasting thread. Tailored specifically to each quilt, the quilting brings out the beauty of both the top and the back. Each quilt has straight edges and square corners.
Separate half-inch binding finishes the four sides of each quilt, with home cut pieces of the same fabric used in the quilt blocks.
Some of the quilts are inscribed with the names of the seamstress and quilter who made them on an attached label on a lower corner block. An inscription can be added at a customer’s request.
All of these quilts are available at Manna House of Prayer, 323 E. 5th St., Concordia, Kansas, 66901. We do ship. Please contact us about the quilt of your choice so we can arrange for safe pick-up or shipping to your destination. And follow our page as additional quilts are added.
This quilt is called “Brighten the Blues.” It was designed and sewn by Betty Suther CSJ and quilted by Ann Houchens. It measures 86 inches by 100 inches. These 30 patches pieced from tones of blue print fabrics suggest a blooming flower garden. Interspersed among white and creme pieces, the patches are bordered with blue prints, and quilting is a coordinating thread.Backing, of course, is a single fabric, beautiful blue print. Cost is $450.
“Fiddle Dance,” designed and sewn by Betty Suther CSJ and quilted by Gilly Reiter, measures 58 inches by 58 inches. What could be better than tones of green and pink pieced from prints in a bow tie pattern? Borders of solid crème, and aqua and pink prints are edged with a printed pink binding. A single fabric backing in a turquoise print of flowers and butterflies is quilted in coordinating thread. Cost is $175.
Splash,” designed and sewn by Betty Suther CSJ. and quilted by Gilly Reiter, measures 44 inches by 52 inches. Square and rectangular prints galore make this multi-color quilt a splash of color. That jumble of color is bordered in two prints, one crème, the other two-tone aqua. Binding is multi-color pieces, and quilting is wavy spirals in coordinating thread. Backing is a single fabric with dot and diamond aqua print. Cost is $125.
“Xs and Os” Sewn by Betty Suther CSJ. Quilted by Patty Johnson. 70 inches by 90 inchesA large, multi-colored 12-patch quilt. Earth tones assembled in a traditional log cabin pattern whisper heritage, but the vivid and lively prints add a modern whimsical touch. Blocks are bordered by a soft white print of pastel bubble-like shapes. Black binding edges the log-cabin border, all quilted in a contrasting thread in a modern fanciful floral motif. One fabric is used throughout for the bright white backing: Nothing says love like a print decorated with crimson and blue Xs, Os and hearts. $350.
This is “Picket Fence,” designed and sewn by Betty Suther CSJ and quilted by Joyce Schultz. It measures 69 inches by 81 inches. This block quilt has a straight edge solid navy blue border with white picket fence pieces. An inside border is a decorative botanical print of two-tone forest green leaves, emphasized with a quilted leaf design. The patchwork square blocks are a variety of deep warm earth tone print fabrics bordered in a soft solid white. The blocks are sewn of a mix of geometric shapes, including squares, half-square triangles, rectangles, hexagons and trapezoids. Backing is a solid crème print patterned with repeating circles of golden dots. The quilt binding matches the navy blue on the front. $350.
Looking for a one-of-a-kind quilt? “Deconstructed Disappearing Pinwheel” was designed and sewn by Sister Betty Suther and quilted by Joyce Schultz. It measures 64 inches by 77 inches.Triangles and rectangles cut from green, brown, black, grey and crème prints cascade like a gentle snowfall across this large quilt. The two-fabric backing is a crème snowflake print joined with a print of multi-color circles. They are quilted in coordinating thread. Cost is $375.
Love the looks of a hand-crafted quilt, but want something smaller for decorating? This table-topper or wall hanging called “Country Concerto” was designed and pieced by Jean Ann Walton CSJ and quilted by Lori Bond. This piece measures 34 inches by 34 inches. With its brown and pink triangles with sparkly grey centers, it is a lively nine-patch mix of solids and prints. Backing is a rich brown solid-color fabric, with quilting in contrasting pink thread. Cost $60.
Looking for an accent piece? Something striking for a baby quilt? Or something for a Notre Dame or Bethany College fan? “Royal Paisley” is a 48 inch by 40 inch quilt designed and pieced by Jean Ann Walton CSJ and quilted by Lori Bond. There’s nothing square about this 20-patch paisley print quilt with a square within a square. Tones of golden and lemon yellow are intermixed with blues. The top’s border and backing are a matching solid royal blue, quilted in contrasting yellow. Cost is $100.
“Harvest Night” is a quilt designed and pieced by Sister Jean Ann Walton and quilted by Sew Country. It measures 41 inches by 60 inches. An unconventional log cabin design zigs and zags in a two-tone golden print, winding through prints of multi-tone blues. Log-cabin pieces in a twinkling star print weave through the design, all of it bordered in crimson and royal blue.Backing is one fabric. The top’s border and backing are a matching printed royal blue, quilted in contrasting thread. Price is $135