This jacket is made from a c. 1870-1880 Red and White Cathedral Window Quilt from Robbinston Maine. It is hand stitched in red and white cotton in a pattern intended to closely resemble images of Cathedral windows. All painstakingly hand stitched except for the red binding which was machine stitched by a treadle machine. Signed by its maker with a hand stitched "L" in one corner. It was made to fit a 3/4 size bed, which were commonly used in the late 1800s. So this quilt contains a more cranberry red color on each opposing side which was designed to hang over each side and the top lighter red would fit perfectly on the top.


  • Five front natural corozo buttons
  • Three front pockets
  • One breast pocket with button flap


The wear and uniqueness of each item is original to every curated textile. Hand made in California.

c. 1870 Cathedral Window Quilt Jacket (S/M)