Monday, October 17, 2016

Uneven Log Cabin Quilt

It took me a while, but I finally finished the BIG quilt I have been working on!  It is a queen size quilt and it the largest I've made.  It took me a long time, but mostly because I started and stopped on it so much.  The sewing part wasn't hard, but cutting all the pieces took a really long time!

The pattern for this quilt was published in the Better Homes and Gardens Quilts and More Magazine, Summer 2015 issue.  It was designed by Natalia Bonner (

Here are a few in-progress shots:

And, the finished quilt!

I tried to do a project without any green in it, but it just didn't happen!  I ended up going with a solid green for the edge-banding, and I'm glad I did.

It took me a long time to select a backing for the quilt.  I finally found this blue gingham print,and I think it works perfectly with the front of the quilt.

I want to point out that I quilted this using my standard size sewing machine.  It was tricky, but after watching a few instructional videos on YouTube, I was able to figure out how to work with a quilt this large on my standard machine.  

On to the next quilt...


  1. It's gorgeous, Alissa! I love the green and gingham print too. You are super talented.

  2. That looks gorgeous. Great job! :)

  3. It's beautiful! Way to go girl!

  4. I love the green accent on the edges. Way to go! Congratulations on keeping with it to finish. I hope you are keeping it for your own home!

  5. It's beautiful!! I always love the colors and designs you choose. I think I'm going to add 'make a quilt' to my bucket list..

  6. Amazing and beautiful quilt! great color combo and design!

  7. Your quilt is beautiful!! I love the touch of green in the binding too! :) Would you be able to tell me how big one of the finished blocks is? I've tried to track down this pattern, but it appears it isn't available anymore. Thanks so much!

  8. Did you ever get this pattern?

    1. Hello! I list the magazine and author of the pattern in my post - you could try contacting them for the pattern.


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