Scrappy Log Cabin Star Wall Hanging

from Cottonwood Quilts

Scrappy Log Cabin Star Wall Hanging Pattern

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Quilting: Scrappy Log Cabin Star Wall Hanging
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Quilting

Type:

Home Decor

Item:

Wall Hanging

Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Using a sewing machine
  • Rotary Cutting
  • Finishing a quilt top

Pattern Description:

I love the log cabin block. It is one of the very easiest to make (and I show you the easiest way yet). You can do so many things with it, as these patterns show. The log cabin quilt has been a favorite for many years. Evidence of the log cabin block were found on mummies in Egyptian tombs, Medieval England, and early Greece and Rome. Learn to make the log cabin block quickly and easily from this pattern. The log cabin is a great block for using up scraps. You probably have enough blues, and yellows or reds in your stash now to make these quilts. Buy the pattern now and get started. This pattern assumes you have very little quilting experience and has lots of illustrations to help you make this beautiful wall hanging. There is a bonus pattern of a log cabin heart included. Both wall hangings are 32" x 32". You will need fabric, a sewing machine, and a rotary cutter, cutting mat and see through ruler available at a quilt shop, sewing shop, or department store such as Wal-Mart.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 32" x 32"

Materials:

  • sewing machine
  • Scraps of light cotton fabric (2 yards)
  • Scraps of dark cotton fabric (2 1/2 yards)
  • thread

You Will Also Need:

  • Quilt batting
  • Fabric for backing, Binding

About Designer

About Designer

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Cottonwood Quilts
by rkquilter
British Columbia, Canada
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I have been quilting for many, many years, and I still love creating beautiful things from fabric. I have been sewing since I was a child. My first sewing machine was a little hand-cranked toy which made a chain stitch. Then I had an electric one which had an on/off button. I finally graduated to a sewing machine with a foot pedal when I was 14. I started making my own clothes then. That was back ...

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