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Log Cabin - Techniques 2010

Welcome to our September topic - the beloved Log Cabin block! Includes history, a lesson for beginners, and a FREE pattern.

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Amish log cabin pattern

Started by Betty Streich. Last reply by Susie Pond May 29, 2011. 5 Replies

My great niece would like an Amish log cabin quilt...........any ideas about where to find a pattern for this type of quilt?

Log Cabin quilts

Started by Irene Peer. Last reply by Vicky Morrow Sep 23, 2010. 6 Replies

Do you know where I can buy pattern for the log cabin pineapple pattern?   I think it is so pretty and have not found where I can purchase the pattern.    Thanks

patterns

Started by Dorothy I. Dishman. Last reply by Connecting Threads Sep 6, 2010. 4 Replies

I just love the format you use on the Connecting Threads patterns. One never has a reason to get lost  OR if they do, it is so easy to find your place.  Thanks for a great format.    Dorothy

Log cabin quilts

Started by Anita Kennard Sep 2, 2010. 0 Replies

Tis is my first time in discussions. I just down louded the instructions and I'm ready to go. I made a log cabin quilt six years ago and i think I am ready to make another one.  Anita

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Comment by linda harriott/UK on March 20, 2011 at 5:50am
Hi Marlene,that is a very nice quilt .Love the arrangement,colours and everything.
Comment by Marlene Duffy on March 20, 2011 at 5:13am
Hi Everyone , I,ve been a member of Quilt with us for a long time now but I just joined this group this morning . I love Log Cabins  , I have made 3 of them & have the fourth one in the works .I love how they change in looks according to how you set the blocks together ,I,m looking foward to meeting other Log Cabin lovers here
Comment by Susie Pond on February 1, 2011 at 1:00pm

Glad to be here.  Logs are my favorite.  I like to use the quick strip method. Can easily get a top done in a weekend.  I usually make bed size quilts. 

Look forward to getting to know all of you.

susie

Comment by Ana T, NYC on January 26, 2011 at 2:15pm

Sandy B, I stiched in the ditch both of them.  Each one differently.  The girls yes they a fairly different.  The yellow one went to the talker who chose yellow because at that time it was her favorite color.  The red one went to the other niece who is more loveable and cuddly.  Her favorite color is red.  They love their quilts.  The pillows were their idea.  When I told them I'd make them a quilt, they said "with a pillow too, right?"  LOL!

Donna, yes I was able to make the Log cabin blocks (17 in all) in one day.  I pieced them in another day.  The borders I did in two days total.  However, It took me 4 months to finish the quilts because I kept putting them away.  I wasn't too confident about quilting them.  Then after a course or two I gained the nerve and just finished them.  This quilt with cutting, piecing the log cabin, piecing the blocks, and adding the borders  can be done in three days 4-5 hrs. a day.  Sandwich and quilting would be another 4-5 hr day.  Then finally making the binding and closing the quilt another 8-10 hrs.  Not bad, it can be done in a week.  For experienced quilters of course, they can probably work faster.  I enjoyed it very much.  Cant wait till the next log cabin.

Comment by donna rosengarten on January 26, 2011 at 5:55am
Ana-love your log cabins.  I always found that log cabins seemed to go pretty fast for me....did yours go well also?
Comment by linda harriott/UK on January 26, 2011 at 12:59am
Very nice,both of them.The girls will love them.
Comment by Sandy B /AUS on January 25, 2011 at 7:13pm

Ana, they are wonderful - one quiet, one in your face - does this match the characters of your nieces?

How have you quilted them - stitch in the ditch? tying?

Comment by Ana T, NYC on January 25, 2011 at 6:19pm

 

 

 

 

One of my first twin sized log cabin quilts.

 

 

My other Twin sized log cabin quilt.  These quilts we made for my twin nieces.

Comment by Kathy Biggs/MO on January 11, 2011 at 7:30am

Sandy, sorry to be so long in responding to your post! I am not home and don't get on the computer all that much. One of my daughters had knee surgery the week before Thanksgiving and all appeared to be going well, but it became infected two weeks after surgery, requiring a second surgery and then she fell on it. She has two little ones and husband is in the Navy,so I am staying with her until she is able to be off the crutches and take care of the boys again. Still looking at being here another 2 - 3 weeks at least. And YES that appears to be the quilt as my memory serves. BTW..I really like your quilt top. Can't wait to get home and get sewing again. I have the fabric to make a cupcake quilt for my oldest granddaughter and a pretty flower quilt for my youngest granddaughter. I belong to another group that is doing a Birthday Block Swap,and have tried for a week to get one little 12" block done here but it is almost impossible to have time to work on it. My grandsons  here are 7 months and 3  years....need I say more? LOL

 

 

Comment by Sandy B /AUS on December 12, 2010 at 5:37pm

Hi Sharla I hope you do not mean the photo I posted below - it is not mine - it is the quilt mentioned in Kathy's post. it does look like an interesting one to make though and I love the colours. A group I belong to have made the following quilt top and I volunteered to do the quilting but am stuck on what pattern to use - curves or straight lines - I am not very good with free motion quilting.

Here is the quilt top pinned  and waiting.

 

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