Happy Summer!! It has been a busy quilting year so far…and I just completed two more of them in the past couple months. In this blog, I am sharing the log cabin quilt I completed at the end of May. I absolutely love this quilt. I have so many sugar skull fabric scraps left over, that I made a Dia De Los Muertos (Day of the Dead) quilt.
I made this quilt mostly from fabric scraps, however, my fabric baskets still look like I have not used any! I really love the colors on this quilt, and I wanted to make the back of the quilt just as colorful.
In case you are not familiar what a log cabin quilt is…a log cabin quilt is made up of repeated single block patterns, and the fabric strips represent the walls of a log cabin. Log cabin quilts are one of the most popular types of quilts, and this is the first log cabin quilt I have completed.
After making this quilt, I STILL have some skull fabric leftover, so I made more quilted zipper pouches now available on Etsy. I will be showing off my newest made quilt in the next blog entry! 🙂