Create a Classic Quilt from Scraps or New Fabric

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It Will be So Inviting in Any Color Palette!

While this beautiful quilt was designed for winter, it’s one we’d be happy to have out any time of the year. Classic blue and white Log Cabin blocks are arranged in a star design for a charming and inviting quilt.

The designer used light, medium, and dark yarn-dyed wovens and floral prints for a coordinated scrappy look. This is also a great project for scraps.

Traditional Log Cabin Quilt Pattern

Of course, the quilt will be lovely in any color theme. Just be mindful of values so the overall design emerges.

Traditional Log Cabin Quilt Pattern

The completed quilt, designed by Karen Lewis for Gathered, is about 72″ square.

Click here for the free “Traditional Log Cabin Quilt” tutorial.

Or download the pattern directly here.


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