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Barbara Brackman's MATERIAL CULTURE: Half a Log History and Free Pattern

Housetops by Deb Rowden 2010 Deb& wall quilt is one of my favorite quilts. Vintage quilt Her inspiration was a f.

Interesting shading arrangement from perhaps the late 19th-century. It's one of the vernacular patterns or folk patterns that was passed around outside the commercial pattern network. Barbara Brackman's MATERIAL CULTURE: Half a Log History and Free Pattern

Interesting shading arrangement from perhaps the late It's one of the vernacular patterns or folk patterns that was passed around outside the commercial pattern network. Barbara Brackman's MATERIAL CULTURE: Half a Log History and Free Pattern

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Crazy Baseball Quiltby Unknown Quilter, and Martha Dellasega Gray, Hand pieced, hand quilted, x

Barbara Brackman's MATERIAL CULTURE: Half a Log History and Free Pattern

Chrome orange and white Half Log Cabin, a tied version from about 1900 in which she actually used a ruler. Barbara Brackman's MATERIAL CULTURE: Half a Log History and Free Pattern

A great asymmetrical Half Log composition from the 1940s or '50s with extra-wide sashing strips.   Barbara Brackman's MATERIAL CULTURE: Half a Log History and Free Pattern

A great asymmetrical Half Log composition from the or with extra-wide sashing strips. Barbara Brackman's MATERIAL CULTURE: Half a Log History and Free Pattern

You don't see many vintage half-a-log-cabin quilts although it's an easier pattern than the traditional full log-cabin block. No set-in seams. This quilt is from about 1890.  Barbara Brackman's MATERIAL CULTURE: Half a Log History and Free Pattern

You don't see many vintage half-a-log-cabin quilts although it's an easier pattern than the traditional full log-cabin block. No set-in seams. This quilt is from about Barbara Brackman's MATERIAL CULTURE: Half a Log History and Free Pattern

1840 American (Pennsylvania) Crib quilt at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - From the curators' comments: "The front of this crib quilt is pieced of printed red cotton with a green figure and plain white cotton fabric. The edge binding is a different red printed cotton. The backing fabric is the same white cotton that was used for piecing the front. The quilt is entirely hand stitched and is quilted following the pieced pattern."

Crib Quilt, Mill Wheel pattern Date: ca. 1840 Geography: Mid-Atlantic, Pennsylvania, United States Culture: American Medium: Cotton Dimensions: 44 x 40 in. x cm) Classification: Textiles

1930's Reproduction Fabrics and More Are by WrappingYouInWarmth, $59.00

Reproduction Fabrics and More, Are Bright And Cheerful In This Postage Stamp Design X Quilt For Baby

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