- Total submissions: 27
- Total countries: 7
- Total provinces: 2
- Total states: 14
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Log Cabin Quilts
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|A Walk in The Snow
By: Lynn Wilson, Washington, USA
I hate greens and reds and I wanted a blue BEAR quilt. While bears are usually found in the woods this one was just in the first snowfall of the season on his way to hibernate.; I hope you enjoy him as much as I do!
Quilt size: width: 97" height: 108"
|Appalachian Spring~To God Be the Glory
By: Lavinia Sala, Tennessee, USA
There’s nothing more beautiful than Spring in the Appalachians, when God once again renews the earth. My feelings for it were poured into this quilt, which was a year and a half in the making. The “logs” are machine pieced, but the flowers and vines are hand appliqued. Hope you enjoy it!
Quilt size: width: 101" height: 101"
By: Susan Snooks, Australia
I collected fabrics for this quilt for some time before deciding on a design. The various borders grew from a number of different sources and inspirations. The element of the log cabin patchwork fitted so well with the house at its centre. It hangs proudly in the junior school of where I work.
Quilt size: width: 45" height: 45"
|Boys Night out of the Cabin
By: Joan McGlaughlin, Maryland, USA
I love Log Cabins & my DD loves cats, so it was a gift to her.
Quilt size: width: 18″ height: 18″
By: upstatelisa, New York, USA
I get many ideas while running at the gym. I came up with an idea to combine my passion for log cabins with inspiration from a quilt by CrazyMomQuilts called Snippets to use a colored center for the block & completely white otherwise. I read lots of case studies in grad school… hence, the name.
Quilt size: width: 30" height: 30"
|Country Steppin’ Stars
By: Sharon Vrooman, New York, USA
A variation of the log cabin – courthouse steps and country stars done in scraps. It represents the NY State landmark – the first courthouse – now used as one of the barns on our property. It was paper pieced and is hand quilted.
Quilt size: width: 42" height: 58"
|daisies in a box
By: Michelle Lovatt, Manitoba, Canada
I gathered the fabric for this quilt in a fun sort of way. It was a quilt hop of Manitoba which included six different shops. The man of my life drove me from shop to shop and while I was buying and buying he was having coffee and danties with all the ladies, not sure who was having more fun.
Quilt size: width: 69" height: 94"
|Home of My Heart
By: Kathy, Virginia, USA
I made this quilt almost 10 years ago for my bed. I used some of all my favorite fabrics. It is machine pieced and quilted.
Quilt size: width: 90" height: 100"
|Log Cabin Challenge
By: Charmaine Taylor, Pennsylvania, USA
This quilt was made for my Scrap Bags group challenge on Quilt With Us
Quilt size: width: 34" height: 50.25"
|LOG CABIN HEARTS
By: Linda Douglas, Montana, USA
Log Cabin quilts traveled with our pioneer ancesters to every state in the Union! Though utilitarian for them mostly, one has to know these quilts were a source of beauty and comfort to them in struggling times. What a dear heritage we have from them, the use of the Log Cabin Block.
Quilt size: width: 28" height: 28"
|Long May She Wave
By: SheilaC, New Hampshire, USA
This is the second quilt that I ever made, and it is my favorite. Scrappy fabrics, log cabins and friendship stars combine to bring the American flag to life. Long may she wave!
Quilt size: width: 42" height: 28"
By: Squeek, Louisiana, USA
This was my first ever King Size quilt, created as a raffle item for a friend suffering Cancer. It helped pay off some of her Dr bills. Lori’s Dream was to be cancer free. And she IS!!! The person who won it was an 8 year old girl. She sleeps under it every night!
Quilt size: width: 110" height: 110"
|Mini log cabin
By: Yvonne aka sommeke, Belgium
For a workshop-quilt I had to buy fabrics, I bought too much. (Too much? Do we ever have too much fabrics?) With the leftovers I prepared this mini log cabin, I finished it before the workshop-quilt!
Quilt size: width: 12" height: 12"
|My Favourite Colours Log Cabin
By: Linda Smith, Nova Scotia, Canada
I made this quilt top to try and use up some of my scrap collection in my favourite colour combo. It was missing something when I completed it so I hand appliqued the red square to give it a spark. I love it.
Quilt size: width: 72" height: 96"
|My Hawaiian Vacation
By: Mona, Norway
I visited Hawaii in 1991, and the vibrant colors are from the Hawaiian nature.
Quilt size: width: 39" height: 69"
By: Hilda, Australia
I hand pieced and hand quilted this little wall quilt from a kit purchased many years ago – and it hangs on the wall in our study. I was very taken by the striking colours and shapes in it – but it was quite challenging to make :)
Quilt size: width: 38" height: 35"
|Out of the Bag
By: Wendy L Starn, Louisiana, USA
This is one of the first quilts I made, started in a wacky log cabin class. Just had to use that rainbow cat fabric!
Quilt size: width: 38" height: 32"
|Patriotic Logs and Stars
By: Mary, Washington, USA
I made this quilt as a Mystery with Quiltaholics in 2008. I’m not fond of Log Cabin blocks but when I saw that the theme this week was Log cabin quilts…I had to submit this one.
Quilt size: width: 76.5″" height: 76.5"
By: Zlata Ratskevich, Russian Federation
Quilt size: width: 32" height: 47"
|Quilted Apple Tree
By: KimsCraftyApple, Wisconsin, USA
A collage of scrappy green log cabin blocks make up the leafy portion of the tree with bits of apple printed fabric for the apples. Each log cabin block is raw edge appliqued onto the base fabric. Swirly ‘leafs’ were quilted all over the green, log cabin portion of the quilt.
Quilt size: width: 34.5" height: 32"
By: Ank Zegers, Netherlands
log cabin wall quilt
Quilt size: width: 78 cm" height: 80cm"
By: Elaine, Arizona, USA
This quilt was made as part of an auction to help out an artist friend who was affected by Hurricane Katrina. The winning couple requested a scrappy log cabin quilt done in regal colors, and this was the result. I only wish I had a better photo! They absolutely loved the finished product.
Quilt size: width: 45" height: 70"
|Scarlet and Gray All Over
By: Darlene Gerber, Ohio, USA
As you can see by my blog name I love Scarlet and Gray. What that really means is that I LOVE the Ohio State Buckeyes!! After a 12 year break I got back into quilting 4 years ago. Scarlet and Gray All Over is one of many of my recent quilts that use those colors. It’s from a Marti Michell book.
Quilt size: width: 48" height: 48"
By: Selina Koreski, Washington, USA
This is my first Log Cabin quilt. After it was pieced, I did the quilting on my home machine (another first). I hated it, so I ripped all the quilting out and started over. I also had to do the binding twice. For a quilt so full of learning curves, I think it turned out beautiful!
Quilt size: width: 46" height: 46"
|Stars Over Emerald Waters
By: Barbara Duffy, Maine, USA
This is one of my favorite quilts as it evokes memories of my 20 years spent on the Gulf Coast of Texas ~ the inspiration came from a pattern featured in a 2005 issue of Fabric Trends Magazine ~ my friend Sherry Flagg quilted it with loops and stars.
Quilt size: width: 86" height: 110"
By: Kristy Armstrong, Kansas, USA
Traditional log cabin made from lots of different blue and yellow fabrics. I made this quilt because I had a really big empty wall!
Quilt size: width: 84" height: 102"
|Wonky Log Cabin
By: Susan, Maryland, USA
One of the first quilt a longs I ever did. This was led by Quilt Dad for the Old Red Barn Quilt A Long group. I used Ava Rose by Tanya Whelan.
Quilt size: width: 47" height: 50"