Rainbow Log Cabin






Just a quick little rainbow log cabin from the scraps bin.  One of those projects that you need to do some times for some instant gratification.  Sort of a no fail recipe, when you pair rainbow colors and log cabin blocks.  Next time I'll increase the amount of white between blocks.  Otherwise, this is the best way to clean up a few scraps!

Funny how making a quilt like this makes me feel like I'm going back to my roots!  It's the colors and style that I first loved about 'modern' quilting.

29 comments:

  1. Hi! Log cabin is so good and your fabrics most beautiful!

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  2. I do so love the colours you choose for your quilts!

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  3. You are on a roll with all your finishes! I am loving it! Log cabins are fun.

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  4. this is just the kind of thing I am in the mood for! I love making baby quilts for a 'quick fix'. I love how arranged the blocks and limited the white!

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  5. Your quilt is very beautiful, I just made my first log cabin quilt
    http://www.meadowmistdesigns.blogspot.com/2013/10/oh-deer-modern-baby-quilt.html
    and I loved making it. I am already planning my next one.

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  6. I always love your fabric choice ; always adorable ... very great taste ...

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  7. Log cabins were my first blocks and will always have a special place in my heart. These are fabulous! - Kate

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  8. So cute! My daughter is obsessed with rainbows right now so I have been brainstorming rainbow quilt ideas and this is a fun one!

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  9. Absolutely beautiful!!!! I love it! You are just amazing!

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  10. Very pretty. I particularly like how some of the squares extend to the quilt edge and others have a small border--it really livens up the design. I really like how you styled your photos, as well!

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  11. Love love LOVE IT---do you mind sharing what size strips you used/block size? I want one tooooooo :D

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  12. Hi,
    I'm writing from Sew Sisters Quilt Shop.
    We've been trying to get in touch with you about an event we are planning.
    I emailed last week.
    Could you please write to me at carols(at)sew-sisters(dot)com
    Thanks.
    Carol

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  13. Love this! Hope you don't mind if I share this, with a link back, on my facebook page at http://facebook.com/sewfreshquilts

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  14. Bright and cheery. I just love the log cabin blocks.

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  15. Oooo holu moly this is pretty! I am not a quilter but I saw your blog on someone else's blogroll and just had to comment. Cheers!

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  16. Oh oh oh and I just LOVE this one TOO---I am soooooo drawn to the traditional blocks/quilts and the gorgeous fabrics that are available these days make really lovely quilts. :)

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  17. The pictures you have put up are so nice! Great to see such attractive Log Cabin quilts. Once I went to a music festival in eastern Tennessee, where the organizers had provided such log cabins to VIP pass holders. It was an awesome experience.

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