This Quick Project is a Great Use of Scraps!
Pretty Log Cabin blocks make a lovely little quilt to use as a table topper or to hang on your wall. The colors chosen by the designer, Jo Morton, evoke the look and feel of antique log cabin quilts.
You can change the colors, of course, to whatever strikes your fancy. More vivid modern fabrics, soft 1930s retro prints and even batiks will make a beautiful little quilt.
Hand quilt your little Log Cabin quilt, as Jo did, or finish it faster with straight line machine quilting. Either way you’re sure love your finished quilt.
This quick and easy quilt is about 13 1/2″ by 18 1/4″ once completed.
The pattern for the “Prairie Cabin Mini Quilt” is included in the March/April 2005 issue of Love of Quilting (page 56). A digital version is available for purchase.
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