Thursday, April 26, 2018

Log Cabins-McCall's Quilting

I have an article in the May/June 2018 issue of McCall's Quilting---a 2-page history of the log cabin design.

The magazine has several patterns for some graphic variations.

See more about the issue here:

It's all a good excuse to show you 12 great vintage log cabin quilts---mostly found in online auctions.

Wool, early 20th c?

More of the same.



Below two Half-A-Logs (really 1/4 of a log)



Housetops About 1900

It says Hitty and it's a doll quilt, maybe 1880-1900

From eBay seller French72 Antiques

From Laura Fisher Quilts

Posts I've done about the pattern:


Janie said...

Congratulations on getting published. Of course I'll have to read your article about
Log Cabin lore. And the photos are great, Log Cabin block is a classic and yet there's
always something new and exciting about it.

Susie H said...

You just can't beat the classic log cabin quilt block. So many variations makes it new many times! Looking forward to reading your article!

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Cyndi said...

Have you ever seen a photo of the English log cabin quilt predating 1830 mentioned in the Log Cabin History by Karen Griska for aqsblog.com??