To construct a 12 inch log cabin quilt block using only jelly rolls. It's a traditional quilt block.You start with a center square, usually red. Repeat the chain sewing process to add each new patch to the growing quilt blocks. Press all new seam allowances towards the newest strip. I used two different fabrics with a white background and red print. Ensure that log 2 is in the 3 o'clock position, Choose a dark fabric strip. Not particularly helpful, and I'm sure not what Linda is looking for! toward the outer log. toward the outer log. Step 4a Choose a light fabric strip (can be the same print fabric strip or a different light strip). the Round 1 logs at the 12 o'clock position. Brenda Crafts "I absolutely adore prairie points and use them with the points sticking down and with that being said, I find the pattern strange looking with their points pointing inwards. This traditional log cabin design is sewn by adding patches in a clockwise direction around a center square. the Round 1 logs at the 12 o'clock position (7 on the block assembly diagram). Here is a log cabin block pattern plus three different printable color schemes for you to choose from. Fabrics will contrast if one group is cut from cool colors (such as blue and green variations) and others are cut from warm colors (such as yellows, orange, and reds). Pressing to set seams before pressing to one side always improves accuracy. You will get a 14 1/2 inch log cabin block. While you can cut patchwork strips from your quilting fabrics, jelly rolls make it a cinch to sew a scrap quilt made up of log cabin blocks. Here's a picture of the backside of the block. The traditional log cabin quilt block has a light side and a dark side. Once you've made a quilt block or two, and are familiar with the process, try chain piecing to make block assembly faster. This completes Round 1. The block's center holds a square in a square and logs with contrasting triangles at their corners finish the look as they're sewn to the block. | Choose a dark fabric strip and stitch it to Trim. Trim. Free step-by-step instructions! Trim. At your sewing machine, lead with the log just sewn. The amount of each fabric needed depends on where that fabric will be positioned within the block and how many log cabin quilt blocks you intend to make. The result, while uneven, is a striking quilt. Starting at the 6 o'clock position (5 on the block assembly diagram) stitch log 5 to the Round 1 logs. A standard or mini iron set up on a portable board next to your sewing makes pressing a cinch. I simply used the color of the Round 1: center square + 1 log round = 6 1/2 inches square, Round 2: center square + 2 log rounds = 10 1/2 inches square, Round 3: center square + 3 log rounds = 14 1/2 inches square, As a bonus, I will show you two ways to get a 12 inch log cabin block. Easy 12-Inch Bento Box Quilt Block Pattern. This easy log cabin quilt block pattern demonstrates how easy it is to sew traditionally designed blocks that finish at 14" square. Ensure that the second square (log 1) is in the 6 o'clock position, (can be the same print fabric strip or a different light strip). Starting at the 6 o'clock position. Cut 1 (2 1/2 inch x WOF) strip from red fabric yardage, or use a red jelly roll strip (not pictured). Finger press the seam toward the outer log. Meaning, put the last log sewn under the needle first. Place the red 2 1/2 inch square, right side down, on top of the jellyroll strip, near the top end of it. What's New! (3 on the block assembly diagram) is in the 12 o'clock position. the Round 1 logs at the 9 o'clock position. Create a pineapple log cabin block in three suggested color schemes and settings. Open the units with the right sides up. Sew a patch 1 and 2 together as described earlier. Then proceed counterclockwise around the center. With these free and easy to sew 12-inch quilt block patterns, you can easily mix and match to create stunning original quilt patterns. Place it, vertically right side up, Place center square/light log unit, right side down, on top of the, Trim the excess fabric. This pattern makes a beautiful quilt. Fortunately, there is some advice I can offer that Log Cabin quilt blocks get another tweak in this 12" pattern. Use a ruler to trim the excess fabric from one side of the square. Add new strips in the same manner, sewing first and then trimming and pressing. Clip apart and press seams. This nine patch log cabin block is 18 inches square and in different shades of blue. | Finish sewing the log cabin quilt block by adding the remaining pieces with the same clockwise movement.

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