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Kaffe Fassett Tippecanoe and Tyler Too + Quilt in America Book Combo

$184.90 $169.95

Tippecanoe and Tyler Too – True Americana ala Kaffe!


Long known for simple quilt blocks taken to a new level with the use of his wonderfully deep colored fabric, Kaffe Fassett and Liza Prior Lucy bring you their version of Tippecanoe and Tyler Too. Designed for the intermediate quilter, it is based on this version of creative fabric cutting to the well-known Ohio Star quilt pattern.

  • Kit includes over 10 yards of 100% cotton fabric
  • Finished Size: 80″ x 80″
  • BOOK IS INCLUDED with this Quilt Kit valued at $24.00 USD.  As you will need the Kaffe Fassett’s new book, Quilts in America, for quilt instructions thus we have made this a COMBO quilt and book kit.

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From the latest Kaffe Fassett book “Quilts In America” comes the beautiful quilt Tippecanoe and Tyler Too designed by Liza Prior Lucy and Kaffe Fassett.


Designed for the intermediate quilter, this 80″ x 80″ allows the quilter to fussy cut the fabric to truly make it your own. It is based on an Ohio Star block and like many KFC quilts, derives its beauty from the use of fabric and time honored quilt design. You will cherish this quilt as a great representation of the history of the American quilt.

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History of Old Tippecanoe

The beautiful quilt Tippecanoe and Tyler Too designed by Liza Prior Lucy and Kaffe Fassett. It is based on an Ohio Star block.

From the early 1800's, the Ohio Star had long been a staple of quilters and a favorite of Amish quilters. Made of five squares and four QST blocks it was said to be named (perhaps) after a star block quilt made by the wife of the Ohio Governor. After the Presidential campaign of 1840, a variation of this block was named Tippecanoe and Tyler Too for President William Henry Harrison whose nickname was "Old Tippecanoe".

The block is as colorful and unique as President Harrison – who was at the time the oldest man elected President, was the first sitting President to have his photo taken, gave the longest inaugural address in history (over 2 hours), and died in office only having served 31 days. A former Congressman and Senator of Ohio before becoming President, his remains are buried in Ohio.



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