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Giant Log Cabin Quilt

By: Kelly Young from My Quilt Infatuation

Always a favorite amongst beginner quilters, this Giant Log Cabin Quilt is a great quilted sofa throw to add a little coziness to your room. Choose a lovely color palette from your scrap quilt patterns to make the traditional rectangular shapes of this easy log cabin quilt pattern. This tutorial does an excellent job of demonstrating the strip quilt piecing technique that is necessary to create the amazing spiraling square design. Log cabin quilt patterns are highly versatile and look especially great as the quilted throw for a cozy guest bedroom.

Giant Log Cabin Quilt
Giant Log Cabin Quilt
This image courtesy of myquiltinfatuation.blogspot.com

Project Type: Make a Project

Time to complete: Weekend project

Primary Technique: Pieced

Difficulty Level: Easy

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I really like the way this quilt looks, but then I am a fan of the log cabin quilt pattern. It would be a great scrap buster and super fun to make as you just add and add and add fabrics. The tutorial throws in some suggestions for varying this quilt that sound intriguing, such as starting with a rectangular center instead of a square, varying the width of the strips and some color suggestions. The author says it is a very forgiving pattern, so experimentation would be easy. I am putting this one on my "ta make" list!

This quilt is so scrappy and pretty. It really caught my eye. I think it would make a great baby quilt or a Christmas quilt done in varying shades of red and green. The possibilities seem endless here. I am wondering how people might be quilting this project given all the seams involved. Has anyone tried the quilt as you go method with this one?

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