Red and White Quilts

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Here is the log cabin quilt on the table that was under the cat and the bowl of pine cones. I made it years ago but log cabins are my favorite classic pattern so it comes out every year for Christmas and Valentine’s Day.

14 thoughts on “Red and White Quilts

  1. Florence

    Just did a search for red and white quilts for research on my next quilt project and this one caught my eye without knowing it was made by Country Threads. Why am I not surprised??!! Many years ago I purchased your Wear Warm Clothes book. I also made your long skinny country snowman quilt wall hanging. Brought back wonderful memories of when my kids were little. Well, this is the red and white quilt I’m going to make now. Beautiful!

  2. Diane

    I really love the red and white log cabin. I am new to your website. Just bought one of your books at my Joann’s store. I would really be interested in the prices for a kit for this. My husband and I live in Arkansas and have been taking care of 3 of our grand kids while the daycare is closed. Yes daycare ages 4 and under. Would really like to get back to quilting. LOL

  3. LMK

    love the quilt!!!! red/white and log cabin, like the one lady said, spells country. KEEP WARM!!!! guess it’s better than the ice some states are getting.

  4. Patrisha

    Just says country. I have a red and soft white Irish chain that I made and we use for decorating at the three holidays, Christmas, valentine and Fourth of July. Thanks for sharing. It’s very inspirational.

  5. Diana Slifka

    Red and log cabins are my favorite. I have a hard time steering away from making red and burgandy quilts. Love it!

  6. Connie

    This is beautiful Mary – I love the simple, classic log cabin pattern also. Can you tell us what size your quilt is and what size the log cabin blocks are? Pretty please? :*)

  7. barbara corbitt

    i love all your red quilts!! i have never made but one red quilt and it was a baby quilt in redwork. but you inspire me to make one. if any of your quilts need a new home, i would be proud to own one. happy holidays barbara babscorbitt@gmail.com

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