Antique 1880 Lancaster Wool Log Cabin Courthouse Steps Quilt
Description: The Log Cabin pattern became popular in the 1860's, during the presidency of Abraham Lincoln. It celebrates his humble birth in an Illinois log cabin. This Courthouse Steps quilt does no disappoint. Each block has a prominent red center which makes the red binding stand out. It is hand pieced. Log Cabin quilts are basically made of squares and are seldom quilted. The design is held in place by the "logs" being stitched down on top of one another. The red applied binding is machine stitched. Wool
Condition: It is in good condition. The red binding suffers from loss of fabric with holes and bites out of it. There are approximately 10 pea size holes in the quilt. The holes goes straight through to the back except the holes in the corner block on the very last photo. (Please see photos of holes.
Measurements: 63" X 71"
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