Learn how to make this easy Crazy Log Cabin Quilt that consists of straight line sewing and strip piecing. Below you will find descriptions of each class segment along with links to the FREE tutorials.
Intro to Crazy Log Cabin Quilt Class (#1 of 22)
Learn about the crazy Log Cabin.
Quick Look (#2 of 22)
Get a quick look at the assembly of this quilt.
Supplies (#3 of 22)
Find out what supplies you will need to make this quilt.
Learn about Fabric Choices (#4 of 22)
Find out what to look for when you shop for fabric.
Use a Focal Fabric (#5 of 22)
Learn how to use a focal fabric to pick your fabric.
Learn about Traditional Log Cabins (#6 of 22)
Find out about traditional log cabin blocks.
Learn about Secondary Designs (#7 of 22)
Find out about secondary designs that can appear in traditional log cabin blocks.
Learn about “centers” and “logs”(#8 of 22)
Learn about the differences between the centers and logs used to make the block.
Cutting the Centers (#9 of 22)
Learn how to cut the center using a rotary cutter and/or scissors.
Cutting the “Logs”
Learn how to cut the “logs” using a rotary cutter and/or scissors.
Sewing the First Log (#11 of 22)
Learn how to add the first log around the center.
Trim, Sew, and Press (#12 of 22)
Learn how to trim, sew, and press the second log in your log cabin block.
Adding Third Log (#13 of 22)
Learn how to trim, sew, and press the third log in your log cabin block.
Completing the Log (#14 of 22)
Learn how to trim using your rotary cutter.
Using Scissors to Trim (#15 of 22)
Learn how to trim using scissors instead of the rotary cutter.
Chain Piecing (#16 of 22)
Find out how chain piecing will speed up your sewing.
Different Arrangements (#17 of 22)
Learn how to arrange your completed blocks in interesting designs.
Sewing Blocks Together (#18 of 22)
Learn how to sew your Log Cabin blocks together.
Sewing Rows (#19 of 22)
Learn about sewing in rows.
Pressing Rows (#20 of 22)
Learn how pressing rows in opposite directions helps you when matching intersections.
Finishing the Top (#21 of 22)
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