How many yards of fabric do I need for a log cabin quilt?
What to do: Gather 12 yards in each of your two color groups. You will also need a minimum of ⅓ yard fabric for the center squares. Add 3 ¼ yard for the border (to allow for border cut along the selvage of the fabric with no piecing).
How wide are the strips for a log cabin quilt?
The sample we are using today has strips that finish 1-1/2 inches wide, but are cut 2 in. wide.
How many fat quarters do I need for a log cabin quilt?
You need 13 medium or bold value fat quarters for a lap sized quilt featured in the video, 18 for a twin and 25 for a king sized version of Maze.
How many colors do you need for a log cabin quilt?
Choose three to four different color intensity for your dark group of fabric. The lights should have all the same color values and the group of dark-strips should have their same color values.
What is a log cabin quilt?
Log Cabin Quilts are made of arrangements of a repeated single block pattern. The Log Cabin block consists of light and dark fabric strips that represent the walls of a. log cabin. A center patch, often of red cloth, represents the hearth or fire.