The Log Cabin Quilt Coat has velvet cuffs and belt, metal hook closure and satin lining. Made from a two hundred year old American quilt, this garment it one of a kind.
Log Cabin Quilts became popular during the civil war. They were hung outside houses and churches to signify a safe house for Black Americans escaping slavery using the Underground Railroad. Quilts were used to navigate with hidden symbols, secret messages, helping direct people inflicted by slavery, to freedom.
Quilt is made from cotton, wool and silk.
Velvet Ikat is 70% Silk, 30% Cotton
Dry Clean Only
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