Recently, a group of us started talking about doing a project where we all used the same quilt pattern or type of quilt block to make quilts, using the fabrics we already had at home. We decided to go with Log Cabin blocks because there is a lot of variety out there with Log Cabin blocks. Traditional, Wonky, Curved, Half or Quarter Log Cabin, etc. We named it Princing Project after a good friend of ours who makes some of the most beautiful quilts from scraps. And from fabrics that you would never think could go together.
I decided to go with Quarter Log Cabin blocks for mine, all scrappy.
And then, of course, I had to play around with layout ideas once I had enough blocks made up.
I’m not completely finished yet with the quilt top. I still need to add one more side to it to make it wider, but it’s definitely…bright. I made some smaller Quarter Log blocks and put them together to make the center block. It’s so busy and bright though, that it’s hard to really tell.
Very loud, very bright, very colorful. And all made with scraps!