It's the iconic Log Cabin design, reimagined by today's top designers! This beloved celebration of home and hearth is always in style. Scrappy, traditional, or modern--you'll find a Log Cabin quilt with timeless appeal to suit every taste.
- Featuring 16 versatile and eye-catching Log Cabin designs, in sizes ranging from lap size to bed size
- Stock up on fat quarters and precut strips, or raid your stash--these designs are tailor-made for showcasing solids, brights, florals, tone on tones, and more
- Put your own spin on tradition with fresh color schemes and bold geometric themes created by your favorite designers
I love, she loves, we all love Log Cabins! Karen M. Burns has compiled a collection of 16 quilt projects using the Log Cabin block we all love so much. From the classic traditional with a new twist, to the simply modern look, every quilter will find something in this book to inspire!
Review from Fabrications Quilting for You Magazine, Sept/Oct 2016
The Log Cabin block has been a firm favourite for many years. 16 versatile and eye catching designs range from lap to bed size quilts and can be constructed from fat quarters, jelly roll strips and the ever reliable stash. The first project is a traditional design based on light and dark fabrics, followed by "Courthouse Steps", "Four Patch" and "Framed". More exciting designs follow, "Twilight", a mixture of subtle greys, a very clever "Seeing Stars" and an unusual contemporary "Rockin' the Rainbow". A very informative, colourful book with clear instructions, diagrams and templates. You might just be inspired to design your very own unique Log Cabin block.
Karen M. Burns
Karen M. Burns is part of Martingale's industry-leading acquisitions team. This group of crafting experts specializes in curating the highest-quality patterns by top designers in quilting, sewing, knitting, crochet, and other crafts. Since its founding in 1976, Martingale has become synonymous with outstanding craft books, with more than 24 million books sold worldwide.
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