While many of you are getting snowed in we had a lovely fall day today! And what better way to spend a day than teaching a quilting class!
Today I taught at a guild about an hour away from me and taught the Log Cabin block using the Accuquilt Go! Log Cabin die. We had a great day and everyone left happy with their blocks and the things that they learned. I always try to offer lots of little tips on piecing or pressing etc so that people leave happy and, hopefully, inspired.
Here are our blocks for the day. Some are two colour, some are planned and some are scrappy - they are all beautiful!
A couple of weeks ago I taught this class at another location and once again the blocks turned out beautifully! Lots of variation in colours and themes but they all are great.
I think that the log cabin is a favourite of almost everyone. It is so versatile and it can use up so many scraps! It is such an old block but it can be made in any theme of fabric - traditional, brights, batiks, funky - you name it!
One of my participants had this great tip - she used these paper clips to keep her stacks of logs together and organized. Awesome! This is perfect if you have to transport your fabrics, have your windows open or even if you have a playful cat in your house. Great idea!
Have you made a log cabin quilt before? Was it planned or scrappy?