Log cabin quilts, usually made from wool or other heavy fabrics, were popular in Colonial American homes. This type of string piecing is also traditional in the northern counties of England, where it probably originated. In England, all the variations of the pattern are known simply as Log Cabin. But in America, the arrangement of light and dark fabrics creates variations with names such as Barn Raising, Straight Furrows, Open Windows and Courthouse Steps. This is considered a basic quilt pattern.
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