A New Look at Log Cabin Quilts: Design a Scene Block by Block Plus 9 Easy-to-follow Projects
See log cabin blocks in a whole new light! Celebrated quilt artist Flavin Glover builds on the basic Log Cabin block, turning this American classic into a gorgeous art form! These 10 quilt projects use square and rectangular Log Cabin blocks to create cityscapes, natural vistas, and more. Plus, photos and easy-to-follow charts show how to combine fabrics, colors, and shapes for successful designs. What's more, two magnificent galleries of Glover's work demonstrate her artful techniques!
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
applique balloon Binding the Quilt Block 1d Block 2 Log Block Diagram Block lb Blocks page 41 blues Border Cutting Guide border strips buttercups Canterbury Fields Carolina Row center log cotton-polyester blends Cottons and cotton-polyester COURTHOUSE STEPS BLOCK Cut Width Length Cutting Guide Log depict design source diagonal Fabric Key face side fat quarters finish the quilt Finished Block Finished Block Size Flavin Floor Unit goose body graph paper Guide Log Cut hand-quilted inspiration lengthwise Log Cabin blocks Log Cut Width Log Cutting Guide Machine-pieced Measure the quilt middle border Moms and Babes mountains Paint Chip blocks palette patchwork pattern piecing route polyester batting Press prints quadrants quilt design quilt diagram quilt top Quilting and Finishing rectangular blocks roof Row Houses seam allowance setting triangles shapes sketch spring greens Stitch the blocks template top and bottom Traditional Log Cabin tree trunks yard assorted yard total assorted