Make a Pretty Little Quilt from Reproduction Scraps

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Modern Prints Will be Great Too!

This sweet little Log Cabin doll quilt is perfect for a table. Or hang it on a wall, perhaps displayed with several small quilts.

It was inspired by an antique quilt and is perfect for Civil War and reproduction prints. Or use modern scraps for an updated look.

Easy Log Cabin Doll Quilt Pattern

It’s also an easy quilt to make and goes together quickly. Both machine and hand quilting will finish it off nicely.

The completed quilt, designed by Kathleen Tracy, is about 10 1/2″ x 14″. Add more blocks for a larger quilt.

Click here to purchase the “Easy Log Cabin Doll Quilt” pattern.

 

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