Its Fall-Y'All Scrappy Rag Quilt Tutorial. Modified Log Cabin Quilt | A Vision to Remember All Things Handmade Blog: Its Fall-Y'All Scrappy Rag Quilt Tutorial. Modified Log Cabin Quilt

11.10.2014

Its Fall-Y'All Scrappy Rag Quilt Tutorial. Modified Log Cabin Quilt

I don't know about you, but I get a little sad when the leaves on the trees start to change color, when the stores start to bring out their fall decor (or even Christmas), and when the kids go back to school...

Its Fall-Y'All Scrappy Rag Quilt Tutorial.  Modified Log Cabin Quilt


I am a summer fanatic all...the...way. I love summer. I hate being cold.

But this quilt almost makes me like fall and winter. Almost.



Its Fall-Y'All Scrappy Rag Quilt Tutorial.  Modified Log Cabin Quilt

Fall colors. Scrappy style. 


A couple months ago I had every intention of writing a little tutorial on how I did this rag quilt, but then my phone crashed and I lost every single picture that hadn't synced with my Ipad.

So, you will just get the written version.  Sorry!  No pictures.

I took 2.5 inch pieces of all different lengths and sewed them into a square similar to how you would do a long cabin. 
Its Fall-Y'All Scrappy Rag Quilt Tutorial.  Modified Log Cabin Quilt
I made 2 really large blocks.  They measured about 44 inches square.  
Now take one of those blocks and fold it into a triangle, taking the bottom right hand point and lining it up with the top left hand point.  Then cut that into 5 inch strips.  
Its Fall-Y'All Scrappy Rag Quilt Tutorial.  Modified Log Cabin Quilt
You will need to piece some of those 5 inch strips together to get about 44 inches in width.  You can see in the picture above in the 3rd row down there is the brown polka dot fabric and how there is a straight line instead of the blocks building on each other.  That one was pieced.

Cut all your strips into 44 inches wide (or the width that you would like for the quilt)

Cut out the same number of 5 inch strips from your flannel backing fabric.

Now layer your pieced pieces for your top with the flannel on the back.  Take 2 of your layer pieces and with the flannel pieces touching and your top quilt pieces on the top and bottom facing outwards, sew down the long side with a 1/2 inch seam allowance.

Repeat with the remaining pieces.

Clip the seam allowance with short blade scissors (Here is a great blog post if you would like more info on which scissors are the best)

Wash and dry your quilt.  Make sure to check your lint catcher in your dryer a couple times while it is drying.

Enjoy your  new rag quilt!

Its Fall-Y'All Scrappy Rag Quilt Tutorial.  Modified Log Cabin Quilt


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13 comments:

Cari Dunn said...

Wow your quilt is beautiful!!

Mandee Pogue said...

Seeing things like this make me wish I knew how to sew.
Stumbled

Fairytales and Fitness said...

Just beautiful! I'm a summer gal too but I have a few cozy blankets that I just love and that is one of my favorite parts of winter!

Jeannie said...

I love the cooler weather, but then it gets REALLY hot here.

Kimberly Elliott said...

What a beautiful quilt. I absolutely hate the cold and have blankets all over the house so I'll always have one nearby. I have very little quilting skills, but can eek out a passable blanket if you don't look too close. I think I may give your quilt a try this winter as I'm hibernating indoors. Thanks for sharing!

Mary Johnson said...

I absolutely love this quilt! I wish I could make this.

Rachel Rutt said...

This quilt is beautiful!!!

Pams Party said...

I am not a quilter, but I have a good friend that is. I will have to share this post with her.

Christy Garrett said...

This is super cute. I wish that I was good at sewing. I did share with a friend who loves to quilt.

Kathleen said...

That is so pretty. I love it! I need to try my hand at quilting. I have the fabric, I just have to do it. Kathleen @ Fearlessly Creative Mammas

Etcetorize said...

Love this! The colours are great and I 've never seen log cabin done up as a rag quilt before. If you're looking for another place to share your projects I'd love to have you join our Make it Monday party (still open). http://etcetorize.blogspot.ca

Cathy Carroll said...

What a pretty quilt - perfect for the Fall. Thank you for sharing at Share It One More Time. Cathy

alison said...

Oh man...this is SO pretty!!! Quilting is overwhelming to me but I'm just dying to try it out!

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