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Barn Raised Log Cabin Quilt

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Once you've learned how to make a basic log cabin quilt block, you can begin experimenting with different log cabin quilt variations that will give the pattern new depth, like the Barn Raised Log Cabin Quilt. Choose your most colorful fabrics and scrappy quilt pieces to ensure that this patchwork quilt pattern really draws the eyes in. This is a pattern for quilters who like putting in a lot of effort and detail. Make a true work of art using quilt designs you're already familiar with, making the process much less intimidating!

Barn Raised Log Cabin Quilt
Barn Raised Log Cabin Quilt
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Project Type: Make a Project

Quilt Size: 48.5 inches wide x 48.5 inches long

Time to complete: A month or more

Primary Technique: Pieced

Difficulty Level: Intermediate

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Beautifully designed barn raised log cabin project. I willing to learn to make this project I find extremely to my liking.

Anyone any ideas for a barn quilt? Pretty "easy peasy?"

Although I do not currently quilt. I do enjoy looking at patterns. Someday I would like to learn how. My grandmother quilts so I would like to carry on the family tradition. I like the style of the Log Cabin patterns. I look forward to be able to quilt someday. And be able to make quilts for friends and family.

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