Prima Modern Log Cabin Quilt Pattern Free

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Prima Modern Log Cabin Quilt is blue pattern with color variations that are wonderful to use in any room in your home, and of course for those who like a good picnic this pattern is very welcome. Let’s take a look at this pattern now, and some ideas on how we can use it and color tips.

Prima Modern Log Cabin Quilt
Prima Modern Log Cabin Quilt – spotlightstores.com

Prima Modern Log Cabin Quilt

Regardless of the use you wish to make of this pattern it is really pleasing to the eye of anyone who sees it up close or from a distance. Of course in addition to the cuts of the fabrics used the matching throws are even more beautiful in this blanket format or for another type when using the PDF of this Prima Modern Log Cabin Quilt.

LEVEL to Prima Modern Log Cabin Quilt: INTERMEDIATE
WHAT YOU’LL NEED: Quilt measures: 321/2″ x 401/2″ (83cm x 103cm)

Fabrics are from ‘Prima Homespun’ range and Prima Modern Log Cabin Quilt

  • 30cm Fabric A – Sea
  • 30cm Fabric B – Spearmint
  • 30cm Fabric C – Ice Blue
  • 30cm Fabric D – Aqua
  • 30cm Fabric E – Daffodil
  • 30cm Fabric F – Popcorn50cm Fabric G – Bluebell (includes binding)
  • 30cm Fabric H – Peacock
  • 30cm Fabric I – Bonnie Blue
  • 30cm Fabric J – Silver
  • 30cm Fabric K – Pearl
  • 30cm Fabric L – Air Force Blue
  • 2m Prima Homespun Bluebell or fabric of choice
  • 2m Legacy cotton/bamboo batting
  • Matching Gutermann 100% cotton thread
  • Rotary cutter, mat & quilters rulers
  • Quilting pins, tape measure
  • Scissors, seam ripper
  • Hand needle
  • Sewing machine with 1/4″ foot & walking foot

All fabrics Prima Modern Log Cabin Quilt should be 100% cotton, washed & pressed.  1/4″ seam allowance used throughout unless otherwise indicated. Read all instructions carefully before commencing the quilt.

Prima Modern Log Cabin Quilt
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INSTRUCTIONS: Cutting – The Fabrics? You can see here: spotlightstores.com

All strips are cut across the width of fabric unless otherwise stated. Note – keep cut pieces of each colour together.

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  • From Fabric A cut 1 x 21/2″ strip, crosscut into 3 x 21/2″ squares – cut 3 x 11/2″ strips, crosscut into 2 x 21/2″ lengths, 8 x 41/2″ lengths, 8 x 61/2″ lengths and 2 x 81/2″ lengths.
  • From Fabric B cut 5 x 11/2″ strips, crosscut into 8 x 21/2″ lengths, 8 x 41/2″ lengths, 8 x 61/2″ lengths and 8 x 81/2″ lengths.
  • From Fabric C cut 1 x 21/2″ strip, crosscut into 2 x 21/2″ squares – cut 2 x 11/2″ strips, crosscut into 2 x 21/2″ lengths, 6 x 41/2″ lengths, 6 x 61/2″ lengths and 2 x 81/2″ lengths.
  • From Fabric D cut 1 x 21/2″ strip, crosscut into 2 x 21/2″ squares – cut 4 x 11/2″ strips, crosscut into 4 x 21/2″ lengths, 8 x 41/2″ lengths, 8 x 61/2″ lengths and 4 x 81/2″ lengths.
  • From Fabric E cut 1 x 21/2″ strip, crosscut into 3 x 21/2″ squares – cut 2 x 11/2″ strips, crosscut into 6 x 41/2″ lengths and 6 x 61/2″ lengths.
  • From Fabric F cut 1 x 21/2″ strip, crosscut into 1 x 21/2″ square – cut 4 x 11/2″ strips, crosscut into 6 x 21/2″ lengths, 8 x 41/2″ lengths, 8 x 61/2″ lengths and 6 x 81/2″ lengths.
  • From Fabric G cut 3 x 11/2″ strips, crosscut into 4 x 21/2″ lengths, 4 x 41/2″ lengths, 4 x 61/2″ lengths and 4 x 81/2″ lengths – 4 x 21/2″ strips for binding.
  • From Fabric H cut 1 x 21/2″ strip, crosscut into 1 x 21/2″ square – cut 3 x 11/2″ strips, crosscut into 4 x 21/2″ lengths, 6 x 41/2″ lengths, 6 x 61/2″ lengths and 4 x 81/2″ lengths.
  • From Fabric I cut 1 x 21/2″ strip, crosscut into 3 x 21/2″ squares – cut 2 x 11/2″ strips, crosscut into 6 x 41/2″ lengths and 6 x 61/2″ lengths.
  • From Fabric J cut 1 x 21/2″ strip, crosscut into 1 x 21/2″ square – cut 3 x 11/2″ strips, crosscut into 4 x 21/2″ lengths, 6 x 41/2″ lengths, 6 x 61/2″ lengths and 4 x 81/2″ lengths.
  • From Fabric K cut 1 x 21/2″ strip, crosscut into 3 x 21/2″ squares – cut 3 x 11/2″ strips, crosscut into 2 x 21/2″ lengths, 8 x 41/2″ lengths, 8 x 61/2″ lengths and 2 x 81/2″ lengths.
  • From Fabric L cut 1 x 21/2″ strip, crosscut into 1 x 21/2″ square – cut 4 x 11/2″ strips, crosscut into 6 x 21/2″ lengths, 8 x 41/2″ lengths, 8 x 61/2″ lengths and 6 x 81/2″ lengths.

Note – All 20 blocks are constructed using the same method and using two colour fabrics.

  1. Start with a 21/2″ in the centre (1st colour).
  2. Sew a 11/2″ x 21/2″ strip to top and bottom edges (2nd colour), pressing seams towards strips.
  3. Sew a 11/2″ x 41/2″ strip to each side (2nd colour), pressing seams towards strips.
  4. Sew a 11/2″ x 41/2″ strip to top and bottom edges (1st colour), pressing seams towards strips.
  5. Sew a 11/2″ x 61/2″ strip to each side (1st colour), pressing seams towards strips.
  6. Sew a 11/2″ x 61/2″ strip to top and bottom edges (2nd colour), pressing seams towards strips.
  7. Sew a 11/2″ x 81/2″ strip to each side (2nd colour), pressing seams towards strips.
    Make up the 20 blocks as in steps 1-7 following the chart below for colour placement.
Prima Modern Log Cabin Quilt
Prima Modern Log Cabin Quilt

Download pattern 01 – You can download the pattern now and make your own in the size you want or even the colors, for that you just need to have the fabrics you have or buy those that are to your taste. I hope you enjoyed this article.

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