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Traditional log cabin quilts are made by piecing 'logs' or strips of material around a central red square, which signifies the pioneer fireplace in their log cabins. I started with a cherry red square in each of twelve blocks, and started adding layers of colors... forest greens, caramel browns, sky blues and creams. This quilt contains a wide variety of different styles, designs and colors. There are plaids, batiks, small scale floral, large scale floral, brights, reproductions prints, Moda, Thimbleberries and Miller...and more!
Each of the twelve blocks were meticulously hand quilted using cream cotton embroidery floss. A border of cream fabric 'logs' were pieced and added. The second border is the same fabric as the center of each block, cherry red with small flowers
A layer of Warm and Natural cotton batting is the middle layer in the quilt sandwich. The backing is a green and cream plaid print that coordinates perfectly with the front.
The French double folded multi blue binding was machine quilted on the front for durability, but hand sewn on the back for a smooth, professional finish.
This table runner was created in a totally smoke free environment with precision and delight. It is a classic piece that will continue to give faithful service for many years to come.
There are over 170 different 'logs' of fabric. You'll find a different one to look at each time you sit at the table. A perfectly splendid gift, or a special treat for yourself.
Machine wash. Delicate cycle. Cold water. Press.
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Log Cabin table quilt - hand quilted table runner
- Handmade item
- Materials: cotton fabric, Warm and Natural cotton batting, plaid fabric, Moda fabric, blue fabrics, batik fabrics, cream fabric, reproduction fabrics, Thimbleberries fabric, country fabrics, checkerboard fabrics, sunflower fabric
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- Ships worldwide from New York, United States