: Dated ca. 1870, this quilt made in Greer, Ohio, represents the Barn-Raising variant of the Log Cabin pattern, in which blocks are arranged to form concentric diamonds that alternate between light and dark fabrics. There are nine rows of eight blocks. The quilt is made mostly of lightweight wool fabrics with some silk or cotton fabrics. The back of the quilt is a brown calico print. The quilt is bound in red wool and has hem tape binding. View on Ohio Memory.
: H6511_001 Subjects
: Quilts; Textiles; Art; Blankets Places
: Greer (Ohio); Knox County (Ohio)