All The Charm of a Log Cabin Quilt Without All the Work!
This variation of the “Barn Raising” quilt is so easy to make. Choose a jelly roll, or leftover 2 1/2″ strips, and use strip piecing to create the blocks. Select a beautiful color to offset the strips, like the blue small-scale print used here.
Beginning quilters, with solid cutting and piecing skills, as well as experienced quilters will appreciate how quickly this quilt goes together. Click the link below to see the video demonstrating how easy this quilt is to make.
The pattern, by Lisa Swenson Ruble, is for a quilt that is 58 1/8″ x 69 3/4″ once completed. Simply add more blocks and play with the layout for a larger quilt.
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