by Corey Yoder
Growing up in an Amish community meant seeing laundry hung on the clothesline
to dry almost year-round. Colorful quilts, sheets, and clothing gracing the lines flapping in the breeze is still something I see every day. Amish folk tend to use a more primary set of colors for their homes and clothing items, and all of those beautiful colors framed against a blue sky are truly a sight to behold. A large family will often need a very long clothesline, making wash day a thing of beauty.
36 fat quarter pieces (18" x 21")