30+ Free Patterns to Make a Log Cabin Quilt
Log cabin quilt pattern is a popular design comprising of a square pattern at the center with the strips sewn on to the sides, used for making a whole lot of things like tablerunners, cushions, table cloths, and a lot more. Let us check out some of the free patterns as listed below for making a log cabin quilt.
The symmetrical arrangement of blocks gives it a uniform look.
The traditional log cabins are marked with a contrast of light and dark fabrics which have symbolic meaning for instance yellow at the center meant a window to welcome visitors while red at the center signified a home’s hearth.
This bright beautiful pattern bearing the colors of summer would look perfect as a wall hanging.
Four log cabin blocks have been arranged in a way so that it gives the impression of a cross. The ladder stitch used for completing the binding is the best option to use since it can barely be seen if done in the correct way.
The jelly rolls and honey bun fabric when stitched together gives it a curved appearance.
Small, monochromatic prints as used here would give the quilt a soft, soothing look, perfect to decorate your newborn’s room.
Following the video tutorial here, you would be able to make a cute heart like the one shown below to gift your loved ones for Valentine’s Day or any other special occasion.
If you love experimenting with shapes, then this triangle login cabin pattern would be ideal for you. It is all about arranging and stitching the fabrics, as shown in the above tutorials. The uneven patterns created here make it look unique.
Following the same pattern, you can try a whole lot of designs like star, rectangle or anything else that suits you.
Red at the center with a brilliant fusion of light and dark gives it an authentic look.
Taking blocks of floral strips and binding them together would help to make this fantastic floral quilt.
You may even make a quilt of other Christmas themes like Santa Claus and snowman by following the pattern as shown above though the fabric kind would be different.
The scrappy arrangement gives it a modern appeal.
The black background amazingly contrasts with the colorful designs in the center.
Sewing a whole lot of quilt blocks at random would give it a wonky look.
You could make a bigger quilt designing it with any other flowers like sunflower or rose and gift it for a wedding.
The scrappy edges of the circle give it a boho-chic appeal.
The blocks have been put on point and then alternated with printed blocks for a cool feel.
You could cut the fabric in varied shapes and sew them for an abstract look.
If making a log cabin quilt for fall then this maple leaf theme would be an ideal pick.
The blend of purple and two shades of yellow makes this quilt a unique pattern indeed.
You could make a fabulous table runner for the 4th of July celebration out of a log cabin quilt.
The multiple blocks of different patterns arranged symmetrically gives it a colorful look.
Since square and rectangular patches go in designing this quilt, it would be a perfect pic for beginners.
The light and dark mottled batiks enhance the splendor.
These unique patterns would help you in making stylish quilt patterns of various shapes and designs using vibrant fabrics, having a unison of dark and bright shades.
Published on August 8th 2019 by Miranda Gibbs