Aren’t they so fun? I live in one so I am a little biased:)
I bought this quilt kit from Fat Quarter Shop HERE and am slowly working my way through these blocks.
The fabric line used is Smitten by Bonnie and Camille for MODA Fabrics.
Sweet Escape is a Thimble Blossoms pattern by Camille Roskelley.
Log Cabin blocks are not super quick, but do look awesome when your done.
I just love these sweet fabrics.
This will be the first entire quilt I have made with just log cabin blocks.
It finishes at 80 x 80. Wowza, its a big one!
Leave me a comment if you have ever made a Log Cabin Quilt!
A winner will be chosen to receive this super cute box that the kit came in!
Each comment is an entry.
Good Luck guys!
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The first three quilts I made were Log Cabin quilts from quilt in a Day. I actually learned the technique from Eleanor Burns herself at a class. To this day I love log cabin designs and I plan to make this quilt soon.
I love Eleanor burns!
I have only made Wonky Log Cabin blocks for table runners and they were so fun to make with beautiful results!
I just finished my first log cabin quilt two months ago. I loved it and had a hard time giving it away! I will be making one for myself soon!
My favorite quilt is a log cabin quilt made from scraps from previous quilts! Lovely quilt!!!!
I’ve made a log cabin quilt but it wasn’t as cute as that! Love those fabrics.
I think the count is up to 7 log cabin quilts, I love them! simple but so full of possibilities.
I made Camille’s Room & Board quilt with giant log cabin blocks.
I hope to finish my first log cabin quilt this week. It will be the largest quilt I’ve made, and all from scraps.
Love it! I would love to try a scrappy one!
I started a log cabin quilt but got sick and have not finished it yet. I am doing much better now and will get it done!!!
Good to hear! Get it girl.
My first log cabin quilt was made two years ago from a Bonnie Hunter pattern, so it included an alternate block also. I have a couple other LC quilts on my bucket list. You are right–they are time consuming, but the results are fantastic!
My very first quilt was a log cabin. It has been my favorite block ever since.
One of the first quilts I made was a log cabin! Love colors you are using!
I’ve made large log cabin blocks for a quilt for our bed – the finished quilt will be about 125″x125″ with the borders. I love the blocks, and I can’t wait to get it finished. Thanks for the giveaway!
Deb E / CA
Yes i have. Love how easy the pattern is
That is so pretty!
Yes, I have made a log cabin. It’s king size. I pieced it on the machine, and quilted it by hand in 4 sections. Then I sewed those together, and quilted down the seams. It is probably around 1998 that I finished it. It has held up really well!
Impressive! And smart! Haven’t decided how I want to quilt this one!
My very first quilt I ever made was a log cabin bedspread, I was over zealous. I made that over 30 years ago and my daughter has laid claim to it. I love the pattern and farbic of the quilt you have and am ready to do another. Would love to win.
made one for my son and daughter in love
I love this. I’ve done a runner based in a log cabin but never a whole quilt. This will be beautiful!
I love log cabin quilts and the one you are making is a very pretty one! I’ve made lots of log cabin quilts and each one is different from the last. That’s the wonderful thing about log cabin blocks, they can be varied almost endlessly. Plus they are great for scraps, which is good by me.
I remember starting a log cabin quilt when I first started quilting in the 70’s. It never got finished and got lost somewhere moving across the country twice early in our marriage. I have another one planned and need to find time to really get to it. Too many things to try and charity quilts to finish for our guild charities.
The first quilt i made was a log cabin block quilt for my mother in law! I loved making it and it is my favorite block still! Very pretty quilt! I love how you can vary the blocks!
This is going to be a really beautiful quilt! I have made only a few Log Cabin blocks, just enough to make a table topper. I remember them being time consuming, but so satisfying when done! Someday, I’d like to make a huge quilt of Log Cabin blocks! duchick at gmail dot com
I am new to sewing and quilting! Love it but I haven’t made a log cabin quilt yet,. Hoping to start one this summer!
I made one many years ago (in the 90s). I think the pattern is very versatile.
I have only made a few log cabin blocks, for sampler quilts. But I bought this pattern and want to make a big log cabin quilt someday!
I have made a few log cabin blocks. And I have a very, very old WIP of log cabins. Probably should dig that out and finish. LOL
Haha… I know the feeling.