I’ve been working on a king size log cabin quilt for several months, which you can interpret as anywhere from three months to a year and three months. I’ve narrowed down the settings for the blocks, and I could use your input as I make my selection. Here they are, from the classics to the “thinking outside the box” versions.
Leave me a comment with your choice and a reason why you like it, and I’ll pick one name from among you to win a prize. Yes, there is fabric involved. The deadline is Friday, September 15, at 5 pm.
9 thoughts to “Which Log Cabin setting is your favorite?”
I like option #8 because it has an old fashioned churn dash in the middle.🐍
Interesting observation, Kathy!
I also like #8. It seems easier for my eye to travel around the quilt. I can picture walkways between hedges. 🙂
#5 – I like how the center square pops with color
I like #8. It’s like s combination of all of them and I like the churn dash in the middle radiating to the corners. I like the colors. Are those the colors your using or is that the program?
Hi Tammi! Thanks for your comments. The colors are similar to what’s shown, but a little softer. It’s mainly blue, brown, greens, and light tan for the lights. Lots of scrappiness!
My most favorite quilt block! All the settings are interesting but #8 is a fresh interesting setting. Kind of looks like birds in the corners too with the diagonals framing the churn dash.
I like #7. It just seems to flow and not look choppy. I have never made a quilt like that before. I play with smaller…..much smaller projects. I admire you quilters that have that kind of patience! Good luck!
I like No. 1 as it seems more traditional