Scrappy Log Cabin Quilt Tutorial |
This Charming Quilt is Easy to Make and Very Adaptable!
Are you looking for a quilt pattern that goes together quickly? This scrappy Log Cabin quilt is as very easy to make, plus it’s a good excuse to use some of those scraps!
This quilt charms with it’s scrappy yet sophisticated look. And, you can easily adjust the size of the finished quilt by adding or deleting rows of squares. We can see this as a stunning wall hanging or draped over a table.
The finished quilt measures 48.5 inches x 48.5 inches. Add another row or two of blocks and some wide borders to make a full sized quilt. Another option for adapting the pattern to a larger finished quilt is to increase the size of the strips. These are 1″ wide, but would look just as stunning at 1.5″ or 2″ on a larger quilt.
Find standard quilt and bed sizes here.
All you really need to remember in order for this pattern to work is to choose a variety of both light and dark fabrics. Stitch them together according the instructions so you achieve blocks that are light on one half and dark on the other.
The blocks in this quilt are laid out in the traditional log cabin quilt Barn Raising layout. Once your blocks are made, feel free to play with how they’re arranged. There are so many other overall patterns of dark and light that you can achieve!
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