Scrappy Log Cabin Ornaments are a Breeze to Make

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Dig Into Your Scrap Bag for This Quick Project!

A little Log Cabin block makes a lovely ornament for the tree. Or, make several for decorating gifts. It’s the perfect project for using up bits of leftover holiday fabric.

Plus, you can have several ornaments made in just a few hours. They go together very quickly.

Scrappy Log Cabin Ornament

The designer did a bit of hand quilting on hers. You can stitch yours by machine for a quicker finish.

Bind your ornament as shown here, or turn it so no binding is needed. You can even pink the edges and leave them bare for a more homespun look. Instructions for all three options are included.

The ornament, from Sherri of A Quilting Life, are about 4″ square.

Click here for the free “Simple Quilted Ornament” tutorial.


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