Robert Scruggs Revolutionary War Cabin

3 Jul 2012
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A landscape quilt depicting the restored Revolutionary War era cabin of Robert Scruggs in the Cowpens National Battlefields partly in Spartanburg and partly in Cherokee Counties. One of ten landscape quilts and five thread paintings for a South Carolina Arts Partnership grant, Threads of Our Heritage.


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Anne lundy wrote
on 3 Jul 2012 9:27 PM

Another  one of your amazing  art.. what can I say ?  I want to  live there ....  

joraines wrote
on 4 Jul 2012 7:07 AM

The thing about this one is that I am a lifelong resident of Spartanburg County; lived in Landrum, went to college in SC in another county, dated my husband from home, married and moved to Inman and have been here ever since.  But I had never been in the Cowpens National Battlefields in my life!  Didn't even kinow this cabin existed! But I'm so glad they have restored it and preserved it for future generations.  

Peggy Szasz wrote
on 4 Jul 2012 7:14 AM

Wonderful as always!!!  Thanks for sharing!!!  And Happy Fourth of July!!

joraines wrote
on 4 Jul 2012 7:15 AM

Thank you, Peggy! Happy 4th to you as well!

on 5 Jul 2012 11:42 PM

Very nice!  How big is the quilt?

joraines wrote
on 6 Jul 2012 6:08 AM

It is smaller than most that I do.  This one with borders is probably around 30" x 34" or something like that. 

lje2117 wrote
on 14 Sep 2013 6:39 PM

Excellent use of color, texture and medium-what an inspiring quilt! Wanna be there!