Log Cabin Stars at Home


SIZE: Queen (98″ W x 112″ L)

A traditional pattern using vintage fabrics with a house in the center.

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This creative quilt is made entirely with vintage fabrics. The traditional schoolhouse block in the center is surrounded by four stars made out of small log cabin squares, while the rest of the quilt features large log cabin squares. The backing is a bright orange geometric print, making this quilt reversible!


Queen (98″ W x 112″ L)

A queen mattress is 60″ wide and 80″ long, therefore this quilt would have a 19″ drop on each side.

All quilts are long enough to allow for a significant drop at the foot of the bed as well as a nice pillow tuck so there is no need for shams.

About This Pattern:

The schoolhouse quilt block originated in the late 1800’s. It was inspired by women who taught in local schoolhouses because teaching was one of the only jobs women could have at the time.

Log Cabin quilts date back to when Abraham Lincoln was running for office. Because women could not vote, they made log cabin quilts to show their support for him as he lived in a log cabin. During the era of the Underground Railroad, a log cabin quilt hanging in the window of a Northern home indicated a safe house.

Made by Mennonite quilter, Mabel

Additional information

Weight 10 lbs
Dimensions 20 × 12 × 12 in

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