School's out! June end-of-school madness is OVER! Yaaaay!!
To celebrate, I took my daughter to Toronto's Black Creek Pioneer Village. Of course, there was quite a bit of quilty goodness there. Check out these lovely old Log Cabin quilts!
The first one was in the building with the man making brooms. He informed me that the Log Cabin design was considered a manly one for a quilt. It is very scrappy (then again, they all were), with the logs about a half an inch wide, six deep all around the centres- hefty and substantial with all that wool.
The next one I found had traditional red centres. I couldn't get my grabby paws on it, though.
And look! A Log Cabin puzzle for kids! This was part of a hands-on exhibit. I love how under each "patch" there is a little title of where the fabric came from. So smart!