Libby's Log Cabin

I've had a 1/2 yard bundle of Edyta Sitar's Blue Sky fabrics (Andover) for a while now, just waiting for the right project. 
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Blue Sky fabric bundle from Fat Quarter Shop
And this is the Libby's Log Cabin quilt I made a few years ago with a different bundle of fabrics. The pattern is from Fons and Porter and is easy to follow.
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Libby's Log Cabin in pastels
Blue is my favourite colour and these blocks were so much fun to put together. I planned the placement of the strips more in this blue version than I did in the green and pink version which was more scrappy.
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Libby's Log Cabin in Blue Sky fabrics
 As each block went on the design wall, the more I fell in love with this verion.
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Libby's Log Cabin on the design wall
 This quilt top is now off to Marie of Blueberry Hill Quilt in Chestermere for quilting and I can't wait to see it all finished! Look for this one to be finished later this summer!
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Libby's Log Cabin ready for quilting
I've been re-making some of my favourite patterns and it's fun to see how different they look depending on the fabrics chosen.
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Libby's Log Cabin in pastels
Which one is your favourite? I am also thinking this might work great with scraps - would you like to see this one again?



  1. I love them both, a Log Cabin quilt is so classic but I might love the pastel one a bit more, I have such a Shabby Chic heart!

    1. I am thinking of making this again, but using my scraps.

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