How to Make a Wonky Log Cabin Quilt – Free Quilting Tutorial #buildempire
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Jenny Doan of Missouri Star Quilt Co shows how to make a wonky version of the classic log cabin quilt using 2.5 inch strips of precut fabric. This pretty jelly roll pattern is made with charming floral prints from Pie in the Sky by Tone Finnanger for Tilda and the new Creative Grids 10″ Wonky Log Cabin Trim Tool by Jean Ann Wright.
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Very pretty quilt Jenny. Thanks 👍🇦🇺
Очень красивое одеяло. Линейка просто супер! Я такой блок бревенчатой хижины ещё не видела! Спасибо большое за урок!
A few log cabins in your lifetime! LOL
That’s some ugly fabric. But your selling the fabric and ruler. That’s alot of work for something that isn’t very impressive. Sorry, thumbs down.
You were hard to hear in this video…thank god for captions…😁
Thanks Jenny. Not sure I could make that..I’m too ocd I think! But admire yours so much so who knows! ❤️🇦🇺
I need to add this ruler to my collection. I love that idea !
You used the rotating mat but didn’t really use it.
Love the idea, but I hate seeing the waste. It makes my head hurt. Especially with a full price jelly roll… Maybe if i used scraps I already have? Or maybe a better way? Any thoughts appreciated because I do love the final look…
I love the wonky look and have seen other tutorials using the CG ruler. The thing I wonder about is the fabric waste. It’s possible to toss those trimmed bits in the scrap heap or crumb basket, but does the ruler include information on using scraps that are already wonky? This way you might be shaving off just a sliver and wasting less fabric? I guess if you’re using 2 1/2″ strips you might have scraps that are big enough to make Jenny’s wonky stars? https://youtu.be/JLW-DPSGc98
Why do you need a rotating mat, when you never rotated it once? You could just flip the block on the regular mat just as you did on the rotating mat. 🙄🙄
Such an awesome quilt! Love this! Thank you Jenny!
I love it!!! No triangles. No nesting seams. No matching points. And it’s beautiful.
I love the colors.
My perfectionist/OCD self would constantly see that the blocks are off point. With that being said I love this quilt.
That is totally awesome Jenny!!! Thank you for this new tutorial!!!