This jacket is made from an early 1900's silk and velvet log cabin quilt. Its rich colors are signs of its origins from the Pacific Northwest. Originally hand stitched by Shirly Evans, a homemaker from Bend, Oregon, for her 5 grandchildren who cherished the warm, silky quilt for years and years of their upbringing.
Deep red and brown silk and velvet surrounding a red silky center square. The red center of a log cabin quilt was thought to symbolize the hearth of the home.
Hand tied red yarn.
- Three front pockets
- Five natural corozo buttons
All idiosyncrasies, mending, and wear are unique to the original textile.
Tailor made in Los Angeles. Dry clean only.