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Oz's Log Cabin Quilt Pattern

By: Jo and Kelli Kramer from Jo's Country Junction

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Oz's Log Cabin Quilt Pattern
Oz's Log Cabin Quilt Pattern
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Scrap quilt designs like Oz's Log Cabin Quilt Pattern are truly remarkable in their creativity. From afar, it looks like a series of log cabin quilting block designs, but if you look closer, you'll find variations of log cabin quilt patterns. Look through your scraps to find your your jelly roll quilt pattern with the most dynamic color to highlight the lattice-like pattern hidden within the cascade of log cabin quilt designs. It'll be an easy way to modernize one of the most classic quilt patterns there is.

Project Type: Make a Project

Quilt Size: 68.5 inches wide x 79.75 inches long

Time to complete: A week or two

Primary Technique: Pieced

Difficulty Level: Easy

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You give measurements and how many pieces, however, to make a quilt like this (which I would like to) how much in the terms of yardage to you get when you see fabric you like. I pass up so much at good sales because I don't know what or how much to get? EX; 2 yards? Love this quilt and have done log cabin in a wall hanging before .. Thanks

love the look of this quilt, just wish we were able to print out the directions instead of having to refer back to the computer all the time.

Once you click on "see more" look at the top right of the article and it shows a little printer and also a pdf icon. Click on either of those and you will be able to print the directions.

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