Monday, May 24, 2021

Log Cabin Block Challenge - The Reveal!

I know I have been teasing you with photos all month long and the day has finally arrived when I can share my Log Cabin Block Challenge quilt with you!  

I finished the quilt earlier in the month and Ruby has been busy guarding it so no one could see what the front looks like! 

Everyone needs a good summer quilt - the type of quilt you use all summer long.  A functional quilt that gets and gives a lot of love but still looks great in any location.   And this quilt is it!  I am so excited to finally share it with you.  You don't know how hard it has been to keep it a secret all month. 

Free Pattern to make your own version 

This is the quilt that goes with you to the beach to lay in the sand, it cushions the bleachers at the ball game, it provides the base for your picnic lunch in the park, it gets wrapped around sunkissed skin when the night air starts to cool. It is the quilt of summer.

This was such a fun quilt to make and yes, I did use a lot of bright scraps to make it.  I'm working on a free pattern but I need a name for the quilt!  

Can you help me?  

Leave a comment and let me know what you think would be a great name for this quilt.  

UPDATE: Summer Cabin is the Pattern Name !  Thanks to all who suggested names.  It's a summer quilt using log cabins - thus Summer Cabin! 

Get your copy of the free pattern here

We are already using this quilt a lot and watch for more photos of it in action during the summer. 

And be sure to check out all the other designers who are revealing their quilts today.  















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  1. This is such a beauty! The hot colors are just perfect for the design. I'm not the greatest at naming quilts, but "Chillaxin" comes to mind...a combination of chilling + relaxing. That is exactly what I'd be doing with this quilt!

  2. I'd call this Takeaway as you can take it anywhere. I love all the bright colours