May 2, 2011

Log Cabin Baby quilt

This is the Log Cabin Baby Quilt all quilted and completed! I have machine appliqued a duck in the center. And it has 4 inch strips of fabric sewn all around. Some of the strips are baby-type fabric and some are not. The quilt measures about 39 by 49 inches. The backing is made of flannel. I machine quilted it using the free-motion method. This method is so simple, I recommend it for any small quilt. Safety-pin baste the quilt. Lower the feed dogs, or cover them with a feed-dog cover, whichever your machine will do. Use a free-motion foot on the machine. Set the stitches to very small. I have a pair of gloves that I wear to help control the fabric. I sew a small strip at a time. It helps to practice on a scrap of fabric and batting before beginning.

6 comments:

Nancy said...

Another great finish.

Judy S. said...

Very cute. I love that duck!

Tangos Treasures said...

Love it!!!

woolywoman said...

The duck is the best!

Roslyn said...

Great idea for a very fast baby or child's quilt! And a good way to use up leftover wide strips, have to remember this !

Belinda said...

Lovely Lovely Lovely!!!