Colorado Log Cabin Quilt

Superb comfort and rustic charm define our handsome log cabin quilt.

Details

A contemporary take on an American classic, the rich green, gold, and umber yarn-dyed plaids that make up this log cabin quilt were inspired by the vibrance of fall foliage. The geometric log cabin quilt pattern predates the Civil War and became so popular by the 1870s that special log cabin quilt shows were held. Pure cotton cover and fill. Washable. Imported.

  • Twin: 65" x 85"
  • Queen: 85" x 95"
  • King: 105" x 95"
  • Sham: 21" x 27"

  • Reviews

    Overall: 4.7/5 starsShow Rating Distribution 4.7 / 5 based on 38 reviews

    5 stars 5-star:
    29
    4 stars 4-star:
    7
    3 stars 3-star:
    2
    2 stars 2-star:
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    37 of 38 reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.

    • 3/5 stars 3/5

      Good Purchase - 2/11/2013
      By: from Colorado

      Ordered the king size as we have a high bed. This worked well. The quilt is not as puffy as shown on your web site. Looks deflated. Pillow shams for a king should be bigger. Like the color and pattern.

    • 5/5 stars 5/5

      Colorado Log Cabin Quilt - 1/28/2013
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      We have been extremely satisfied with the quilt. It is a very nice weight and fits our large mattress queen bed quite well. Very glad we made the purchase.

    • 4/5 stars 4/5

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    • 5/5 stars 5/5

      Beautiful Quilt and Shams - 12/29/2012
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      We bought the quilt and shams for our bed. They make the room feel so warm and cozy. The colors are perfect for fall and winter and it is well made. The quilt is warm enough that we don't need an extra blanket underneath.

    • 5/5 stars 5/5

      quilt is warm and beautiful - 12/28/2012
      By: from Windsor, Colorado

      First class quilt. Made with quality materials and quality workmanship.

    • 5/5 stars 5/5

      Excellent quality - 12/28/2012
      By:

      The item was everything it was advertised to be.it was delivered promptly and in excellent condition.IV purchased many fishing produces from orvis but never a house hold item .I will do so again with complete confidence.

    • 5/5 stars 5/5

      Beautiful - 12/13/2012
      By:

      Love the quilt. Colors are pretty and the weight of the quilt is perfect. Washes up great.

    • 5/5 stars 5/5

      A wonderfulo quilt - 12/10/2012
      By: from Bentonville, VA

      The quilt is very well made... the materials, color, and design made it a very welcome addition to our bedroom. It is warm, but not so physically heavy that it is uncomfortable to have on you at night. Great product!!!

    • 5/5 stars 5/5

      Quilt purchase - 12/8/2012
      By:

      Love the quilt. Have waited a long time and looked at many quilts before deciding on yours. Can't wait to paint bedroom to match.

    • 4/5 stars 4/5

      Very Nice - 12/8/2012
      By:

      This quilt is very nice, well made. Looks great on bed. I wish it would have come with a bed skirt for the price.

    Learn More

    The Tradition of the Quilt

    Provence QuiltToday they hang as masterpieces of American art in prestigious museums such as the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, DC and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. They are revered the world over for their composition, creativity, and color. But the quilt’s origins are neither American nor particularly prestigious.

    The Origins of "Quilt"

    A quilt, by definition, is simply two layers of cloth stitched together with a soft filling. Though mainly known today as bedcoverings, the word quilt is thought to come from the Latin culcita, meaning literally a "stuffed sack," or mattress.

    The Early History of Quilts

    Quilts may have made their way to Europe on the return trips of the Crusaders. But whatever their route, by the 17th century quilted clothing and quilted bedcovers had become popular in Europe and the tradition naturally immigrated to America. It was there that the tradition of quilting was raised to an art form with the quilting explosion of the mid 1800s. Perhaps no group of quilters epitomized the quilting revolution more than Amish.

    The Amish and Quilting

    Considering their separatist nature, it is not surprising that most Amish came to quilting later than other American women. But what we may find surprising is that this conservative group pioneered the use of vibrant, sometimes shocking color combinations. And it was the Amish, when quilting waned in the years following World War II, who helped keep the tradition alive.

    Because they approach change gradually, Amish quilters have helped keep alive some of America’s most beloved and traditional patterns, including Sunshine and Shadow, Around the World, Diamond in the Square, and the multi-hued Roman Stripe.

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    • Twin (Not Available) $169.00 Sale: $134.00
    • Queen (Not Available) $225.00 Sale: $179.00
    • King (Not Available) $250.00 Sale: $199.00
    • sham, each (Not Available) $39.00 Sale: $29.00
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