Winter Log Cabin

Presenting my offering to the Blogger’s Quilt Festival: Fall 2012:

Amy's Creative Side

“Winter Log Cabin”
Blogger’s Quilt Festival Stats
Finished quilt measures : 72″x 72″
Special techniques used : log cabin piecing
Quilted by : Me, Joyce Triezenberg, on my long arm quilting machine
Best Category : Pieced throw quilt, scrappy



I pieced this throw size log cabin style quilt one past November in shades of brown, gray, black and cream batiks.

There are seven rounds of one inch logs for each “cabin” if you count the center.

I used King Tut thread in the color “Cedar” for the long arm machine quilting.

On chilly winter evenings my husband testifies that the quilt is very cozy indeed.

Brown Log Cabin
Sun Quilting Motif
Brown Log Cabin
Half-Sun Quilting Motif
Brown Log Cabin
Fern Quilting Motif in the Brown Paths
Brown Log Cabin
The quilting looks like little penguins in a row in the one inch inner border!

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7 Responses to Winter Log Cabin

  1. Ann says:

    Gorgeous that brown is not boring at all. BEAUTIFUL

  2. Beth says:

    Wow that is really pretty the fabrics and quilting.

  3. citricsugar says:

    I am a sucker for a good log cabin and this is gorgeous! Your quilting is beautiful!

  4. The sun motif is such a great idea for the quilting of this quilt! Love the browns and the ‘naturalness’ that this quilt has. Good flow, and looks really really cozy.

  5. This really does look like a cozy quilt– those greys and browns are so warm and inviting. I love the quilting as well. Beautiful!

  6. Beautiful quilt. I love the colors; and you can’t beat the look of a log cabin with narrow strips. Love your quilting too!

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