Quilt measures 46 inches x 60 inches.
100% cotton fabrics all from stash.
111 Quarter Log Cabin blocks alternated with 110 squares.
Each finished unit measures 3.5 inches x 3.5 inches.
I do love my scrappy quilts! The fabrics used for this quilt range from small scale 30's prints to modern large scale designs, Japanese imports, designer quilting cottons and stash basics (dots, checks, stripes etc), in all the colors of the rainbow and more. Some of the feature fabrics, like the boots, the deer, the larger scale text fabric, really draw in your eye, and on closer inspection there is still more to see.
I have quilted this quilt by ditch-stitching the seam lines that join the blocks, as well as a single diagonal line of stitching through all of the units. Very simple, functional rather than decorative quilting adding a lovely soft texture to the quilt and allowing the fabrics and the quilt design to be the main feature of the quilt.
For the back of the quilt I have used my current favorite backing fabric ~ Newsprint from the Paint Collection by Carrie Bloomston; a fabric that complements many of quilts, especially the scrappy ones, and I have matched it with my signature black/white stripe fabric by Timeless Treasures.
This quilt is listed for sale in my Etsy Store.
You can find the listing details here:
Quarter Log Cabin Scrap Quilt ~ Work in Progress
Red Pepper Quilts Etsy Store
More RPQ Quarter Log Cabin Quilts
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