The Log Cabin block is rich in traditional quilting history! The block itself provides a huge amount of variations; which creates the perfect template for beginners and experts alike. There are so many ways to innovate this design; the Quilting Company has you covered with new log cabin courses from Kate Colleran, log cabin patterns from our designers and the beautiful fabrics to bring it all to life.

Everybody Loves A Log Cabin

If you’re a beginning quilter or even an aspiring quilter, a log cabin quilt is your best bet. As I said, from a technical standpoint they’re easy to put together. You just need to know a few of the basics.

Essence Modern Fat Quarter Bundle

Essence Modern Fat Quarter Bundle

Northcott’s Essence collection is the perfect choice to add texture to your projects with its subtle leafy print. The fat quarter bundle has a modern style and contains 15 fats quarters with neutral, blue and green fabric.


Omnigrid Ruler

Omnigrid Ruler

This ruler is a tool you can utilize on a daily basis, it ensures right angles and parallel edges, as well as excellent cuts when combined with a self healing mat and rotary cutter.


Ann's Arbor Fat Quarter Pack

This beautiful prints will be the cherry on top of your next log cabin quilt! A 40 piece fat quarter bundle from Ann’s Arbor collection designed by Minick & Simpson.


Every Which Way Quilt

Using a paper-pieced variation on a traditional Log Cabin-style Pineapple, the placement of color creates the impression of arrows moving in all directions.


Melbourne Shuffle Quilt Pattern

Melbourne Shuffle Quilt Pattern Download

Chic and urban can be used to describe this twin-size quilt. Traditional Courthouse Steps-style blocks, a spin off of the log cabin pattern, give it an on-trend look while still having timeless appeal.


Owls and Pinwheels

Owls and Pals Pinwheel Pack

Benartex’s Owls & Pals collection Pinwheel pack includes 40 pre-cut 2 1/2″ strips designed by Maggie & Flow. These are perfect sprint time inspired prints, great for your next baby quilt.


Log Cabin Quilt Galleries

Log cabin quilts are rich in symbolism and history. Popular in the late 1800’s, it is said that the center square of a log cabin quilt block represents the hearth of a log cabin and is the “heart” of the home. Our collection of log cabin quilt patterns are perfect for any quilter – whether you’re new to quilting and still getting your bearings or an experienced quilter whose been sewing for years.

Japanese Quilting Piece by Piece:

29 Stitched Projects from Yoko Saito

In her masterful style, Yoko Saito uses beautiful and meticulous stitching while still embracing the wabi sabi concept of imperfection, using odd-shaped pieces and quilting with a free mind. Japanese Quilting Piece by Piece invites all quilt artists to stray from conventional designs and create one-of-a-kind quilts and quilted projects.


Libby's Log Cabin

Libby's Log Cabin Quilt Kit

Marianne Fons combined two of her favorite traditional quilt blocks in this throw size quilt, the Log Cabin and Variable Star. She chose a red print for the stars to make them stand out on the scrappy background. Don’t miss this best seller, limited inventory!


Texas Log Cabin

Texas Log Cabin Kit

A variety of reproduction prints are used in this classic Log Cabin quilt. The blocks are arranged in a Sunshine and Shadow setting with appliqued stars where the light prints come together.


Facets and Fractures

Facets and Fractures Quilt Kit

Give the traditional Pineapple block a contemporary twist using the pearlescent prints from Jennifer Sampou. This unique bed quilt would bring a fun splash of color to any palette.


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