Log Cabin + 6 and 7

It’s the middle of the week again ….. time to retreat from whatever is filling your day for a little while and study some virtual  Log Cabin quilts.

The two here have a mixture of traditional light and dark blocks, all dark and all light blocks, hence Log Cabin +

The design possibilities with these three variations are not quite endless, but are numerous.

An interesting variation of Log Cabin quilt design, but I think it would look better without the light triangle against the border.

This one I like!

There are 28 traditional Log Cabin blocks with half light, half dark fabrics, 20 blocks with all dark fabrics, and 12 blocks with all light fabrics.

If you use one and a half inch strips  with a one and a half inch centre square you will get 9 inch blocks, and a seventy-two inch quilt top without borders, which is a nice size for a double bed, add borders for queen size.

If you make it a real quilt you owe me a photo!

I was cruising around some blogs and found a link to

Log Cabin Quilter

and though I didn’t find any Log Cabin quilts I did find some lovely primitive and country quilts which would look good in a log cabin!

There are another couple of virtual Log Cabin quilts floating around here for you to look at as well.

About Virtual Quilter

I am a quilter who designs many more quilts than I will ever make, and I am sharing one quilt design every day in Virtual Quilter. I also share my completed projects in Stuff-Ups, and Christmas decorations in Christmas Everyday of the Year.
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