My Cabin Junction quilt and pattern is in the new issue of Fons and Porter's Love of Quilting magazine! This fun log cabin variation quilt is easier to sew than it looks.
This issue should be available in local quilt shops now. It's the March/April 2023 issue. You can order a print copy here: Love of Quilting print copy You can also get a digital copy here: Love of Quilting digital copy
I made my quilt with Island Batik's Bee Kind fabric collection. I love the way it matches the violas in my yard.
Disclaimer: The fabric used to make this quilt was given to me by Island Batik.
I used my Accuquilt 2-1/2" strip die to cut most of the pieces for this quilt. You do not have to have an Accuquilt to make this pattern, but it does make the cutting part go so quickly.
I was also fortunate to have this beautiful Sicily Yellow thread collection from Aurifil I received in one of my Island Batik Ambassador boxes. This thread matches the Bee Kind yellow fabric perfectly.
Here is one finished block for the Cabin Junction quilt. It's a log cabin variation and looks complex, but my pattern makes it easy!
I quilted an allover loopy meander, one of my favorite go-to quilting motifs. I used Hobbs Polydown for the batting. It makes it super soft and cuddly.
Here's a peek at Cabin Junction in action.
Cabin Junction Quilt
Finished Quilt Size: 82" x 82"
Block Size: 12" x 12"
Fabric: Bee Kind by Island Batik
Batting: PolyDown by Hobbs
Dies: 2-1/2" strip by Accuquilt
Designed in EQ8
I hope you are inspired by sew a Cabin Junction quilt. If you make one, please share a pic with me on Instagram @curlicuecreaitons. I would love to see your quilt!
Be Creative ~ Sew Something Beautiful Today.
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This is really beautiful. I love your creativity! Will be looking for the magazine. Congratulations!ReplyDelete
Thank you so much, Karen. Have a fabulous day!Delete