The Log Cabin block pattern is the oldest of quilt designs, and perhaps the most beloved, as it’s often chosen as a family heirloom.
Traditionally, the center of the “cabin” features a red block for the fire or hearth, the gathering place of any home. Each "log" is accented with hand-quilting giving the quilt added loft and beauty.
In the Curvy Log Cabin, one half of the Log Cabin Block is made using narrower strips of fabric, creating a "curvy" effect when the blocks are pieced together.
Hand-quilted by an Amish friend, Lancaster County, PA.