Quarter Log Cabin
There are so many projects that I should be working toward finishing, but I couldn’t help cutting into something new today. I’ve been staring at a gorgeous low-volume bundle for weeks just waiting for inspiration to strike, and strike it did. I’m pairing the bundle with a ton of Tula Pink solids and All Stars scraps that I have left over from a previous project, and they’re a match made in heaven. I decided to use my Quarter Log Cabin pattern and use pops of bright color like confetti. The effect is beautiful and lots of fun.
I frequently get messages from folks that have learned FPP using my patterns, and I’m always so honored that they chose one of mine to try first. If I had any advice for a quilter looking to learn FPP, I’d say start with a very basic pattern such as this one. My Quarter Log Cabin pattern doesn’t require joining of sections. It’s just one, simple block, and it’s as basic an FPP pattern as it gets. Plus, the pattern includes three sizes: 3″, 5″ and 7″. There’s no wonkiness when you finish piecing an FPP log cabin block. Just nice, crisp lines every single time.
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