|Log Cabin from Hawaii, 38" x 46"|
The quilt was most likely made in the later years of the 20th century, when polyester was out, sources of Hawaiian prints were drying up, and quilting cottons were in.
It was probably made before the era of long-arming, since it is tied rather than quilted.
The backing fabric is an interesting print with figures in a landscape, but it doesn't look Hawaiian.
It would also be a reasonable guess to say the maker was not the most experienced quiltmaker. The block centers are out of place, and the left side blocks seem to be in disarray. I like it, though. It's something a little different, representing the time that came time after my Hawaiian scrap quilt focus period.