Diamond in the Cabin BOM January. My Log Cabin - Fresh Figs. I realized that after so many years of quilting, I didn't have a good Log Cabin quilt in my repertoire so this pattern was born.
As is my custom... I couldn't choose just one. We chose 3 for the pattern [the first three] and then have shown you a few more versions below that just to spark your creativity! Title: Sparkling Diamonds Title: Birds in Fight Title: Barn Raising The following layouts are not in the pattern specifically but use more or less the same fabric just in a different layout. Same as the Sparkling Diamonds version. Inspiration - Log Cabin layouts - Quilting Tutorial from ConnectingThreads.com.
By Karen Johnson If you like to design, or have thought about designing your own quilts, or you tend to modify every pattern you buy, then this is exactly the right place for you!
I'll show you the block I used and the resulting possible layout(s). As an added bonus, these quilt layouts were designed in EQ6 (Electric Quilt, version 6). If you own EQ6, you can download our files here and modify them to your hearts content. Of course, I've shown them in Connecting Threads fabrics, but you can design your quilts in any fabric, including from your stash. Keep in mind these are not patterns, there are no instructions. Advanced Embroidery Designs. Oriental Impressions Wall Quilt with Embroidery. Log Cabin Quilt Patterns. BLOCK Friday: Disappearing Nine Patch. This morning on my drive to work, I was listening to ghost stories.
One of the few types of LC's we haven't seen, however, would be something out of the 1950's retro-revival. Is anyone up for a Tangelo, Pink, and Blue-Suede Shoes type Log Cabin...maybe with some poodle skirt material or pink scarves from Grease? Meanwhile, we can enjoy these wonderful varieties shared with us by Nancy, Alena, Ky and Phyllis. They are just to get our imaginations going as we admire their creativity and good work.... from: Nancy O'Gorman: "This is my favorite quilt.
Machine Quilting Designs for Log Cabin Quilts. Along with the number of variations for piecing a log cabin quilt, there are also countless ways to quilt it!
If you are considering making this classic quilt design, here’s a quick overview of some machine quilting designs for log cabin quilts. One of the simplest machine quilting designs for log cabin quilts is to quilt an “X” through the center of each block, like Adenike’s Log Cabin Quilt Throw. To quilt this design, first mark diagonal lines across the whole quilt top with a ruler and quilt-marking pen. Stitch in the ditch around each row and column, so you have a square with an “X” in the center. The borders can be quilted as elaborately as you’d like, or finished with a simple stitch-in-the-ditch machine quilting design.
If you’d like the quilting to show up a bit more than a stitch-in-the-ditch design, you can instead quilt straight lines down the center of each log cabin strip. Log Cabin Quilt Block - need cutting instructions for a 9" finished block. Traditional Log Cabin Quilt Block I want to make a 9" finished size log cabin block and am having a bit of a problem.
What size should the center be and what size should "logs" be to attain the finished size. Thanks. Reply I went ahead and drafted instructions for two versions of the block--one with all the strips cut an even width, and one with a larger center square. Construction Tips When I construct Log Cabin quilt blocks, I add the first patch to the right side of the center square. Next press the unit, first with it closed to set the seam, then press the unit open with the seam allowances to the dark (or in this case, red) side.
Back at my sewing machine, I then rotate the unit 1/4 turn to the left and add the next patch to the right side. Easy Log Cabin Quilt Block Pattern - easy for beginner's project.