Quilt Log Cabin Colored is now our subject today. As you know how to make a quilt or even a fabric cover whatever it is to get different and beautiful shapes, it takes a few steps first and that’s exactly where the block patterns come in. This pattern was made by a reader of ours, who gave us her beautiful work and also the amazing watermark with the name of our site.
Log Cabin Quilt Pattern
Only one more block pattern until you complete your 12 month quilt along DIY quilt! This Log Cabin Quilt Pattern is a truly gorgeous block design for you to add to your almost complete BOM quilt.
Adaptations Of The Log Cabin Quilt Colored
Like many traditional quilt blocks, the Log Cabin Quilt has evolved and adapted to modern tastes and quilting techniques. Below are some examples of quilters who have mastered the Log Cabin block and elevated its form into beautifully modern designs.
This easy log cabin quilt block pattern demonstrates how easy it is to sew traditionally designed blocks that finish at 14″ square. While you can cut patchwork strips from your quilting fabrics, jelly rolls make it a cinch to sew a scrap quilt made up of Quilt Log Cabin Colored blocks. Jelly rolls are bundled rolls that are formed from pre-cut strips of coordinated fabric.
The rolls are usually made up of 30 or 40 strips that measure 2-1/2″ in width and are cut from selvage to selvage—about 42″ long. The block illustrated was sewn with retro-look fabrics but strips are available in any color and fabric type you desire.
Log Cabin tutorial
For the construction of this Quilt Log Cabin Colored, our reader and friend used the PDF that you download just below when entering your email. Remember that if you don’t receive it in your email you can comment here.