Religous Log Cabin

Project Description

What are you most proud of? This is one of four and they all loved them. And!!!!! I got them all finished and mailed at a time when Sandy and her family needed support. Sandy's mom, My Aunt Ruby, had a stroke and is doing very good now. She is in theropy and getting better every day. Now, I am planning to make quilts for her sister Dianne who has MS. What advice would you give someone starting this project? Just JUMP in and do it. I am no good at matching colors but I seem to get luck with the quilts comming out pretty anyway.

What you will need

  • Squares of Bible verses and blue cotton strips for logs

Q&A with Linda M Baker

double d asked:
This is really pretty! It has a shadow box look to it. Just a personal question if you don't mind answering - I see you are from Texas - did you teach at RCS? I taught with a Linda Baker there in years past.
Linda M Baker answered:
No, sorry to say I am not a teacher. :-(
L Nitter asked:
This is pretty! Are the words part of the print or are they stitched?
Linda M Baker answered:
They are part of the print. Wish I could stitch like that. Thank you.
BeesKneesGranny asked:
Beautiful design! I used this fabric to make zippered bags with one "fruit" on each side to hold nativity ornaments for our Sunday School teachers.
Linda M Baker answered:
I bet they were beautiful... Would love to see a picture.
desna asked:
I really love your quilt and especially love the little verses in the windows. Could you please tell me where I could get this fabric... what if the fabric called please?
Linda M Baker answered:
If I remember correctly, I got the fabric from Hobby Lobby. They have several different prints to choose from. It has been a while so hope you can still find it.