Logging On has your designer by Lynette Jensen this wonderful pattern is one of those that you can never forget to make, even if it’s for yourself to keep. So let’s talk about this pattern again so that you can really make sure you do! So let’s get started?
Logging On Pattern
Logging On pattern is a wonderful pattern that can be made for any occasion you wish, for example, since we are getting close to the month of Christmas preparation how about making this wonderful pattern?
Logging On pattern as we said above and again we confirm that this pattern was created by Lynette Jensen. The same pattern that you get here in your email can be seen on the blog www.allpeoplequilt.com.
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Logging On pattern is the kind of quilt you will want or desire to make for yourself or for your store as you prefer, so the main part that caught my attention the most is the issue of the colors used.
As you can see in the image above of the pattern it looks a lot like the login cab blocks, but it is prettier don’t you think? Logging On is a great open pattern and beautifully done for anyone who wants to make it.
- DESIGNER: Lynette Jensen
- Finished size: 64-1⁄2×88-1⁄2″
- Finished blocks: Block A, 10-1⁄2×15″; Block B, 15″ squareMaterials
Yardages and cutting instructions are based on 42″ of usable fabric width.
- 4-1⁄2 yards total assorted prints (blocks)
- 1-5⁄8 yards black print (border)
- 2⁄3 yard orange print (binding)
- 5-3⁄8 yards backing fabric
- 73×97″ batting
The pattern was very well planned being that the blocks or squares are basically made with various other pieces of scraps or fabrics of the designer’s choice, however you can make the pattern in any color you like, i.e. use the fabric you find most beautiful.
The patterns that I particularly chose to make mine is with a flower theme, I bought about 20 different fabrics with flower bases of various colors and patterns, some with larger and some with smaller patterns.
In the bar part, she put a dark fabric that matches well with the other fabrics that formed the square. I really liked this idea, but I want to do it a little different, I actually want to do it with larger flowers and in black and finally in the final bar I want a red floral print with white.
Well, how would you do your Logging On? The alternatives are the most varied to create and a beautiful creation like this is in fact what matters the most in a pattern like this, isn’t it?
Log Cabin quilts are natural candidates for strip-piecing and can be made in a fraction of the time it took our ancestors. Log Cabins are still a favorite choice for scrap quilts and there is even a resurgence of Crazy Quilts made using Log Cabin blocks. It’s virtually impossible to run out of ways to make beautiful Log Cabin quilts. The Log Cabin is certainly a pattern not likely to go out of “style” any time soon.
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