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Learn to Quilt - Cozy up to a Log Cabin



The basic concept is the block builds around a center square and adds fabric strips in a pattern according to the type of “cabin” block required by the quilter. 

This class will explore the different styles of Log Cabin blocks including Courthouse Steps, Around the Cabin, and Curvy Log Cabin.   The students will practice different methods of making and keeping the blocks square.  

At the end of class, the blocks will be turned into a potholder.   After making small or large quilts, we often have a block or two leftover.  Potholders and placemats are a fun use of leftover blocks and make great gifts.


Skill Level: beginner
Skill Details: Skills practiced: Accurate Cutting; Use of ruler; Accurate ? inch seam allowance; Squaring each round and the block
Requirements: 6 x 24 inch ruler, square ruler - 12 ? x 12 ? or larger is preferred; rotary cutter with new blade; rotary cutting mat; sewing machine in good working order with new needle; thread - neutral color such as cream, white or light gray; seam ripper; scissors, thread snips and quilting pins.
Instructor: Dianne Ducello
Instructor Bio: Dianne Ducello will be teaching this class, and if you know her or have taken other classes with Dianne you are in for a treat. She?s extremely knowledgeable and has a very kind and gentle demeanor.
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