Log Cabin Quilt Patterns
Log Cabin quilt blocks feature strips of fabric pieced around a center square. Many times, dark and light fabric strips are placed on opposite corners of the block to achieve a stair step pattern. Courthouse Steps quilt blocks are a variation of the Log Cabin block in which dark and light fabric strips are stacked on opposite sides of the center square.
Harvest Log Cabins
Sew classic Log Cabin blocks to create a welcoming wall hanging.
Log Cabin Table Runner
Stitch a 12-block table runner using Log Cabin blocks in two colorways. By using a color scheme of purple, green, and cream, the table runner will span the seasons.
Floral Strips Log Cabin Quilt
Trim large-scale florals and geometric prints into strips to create a playful Log Cabin quilt.
Broken Log Cabins
Use romantic florals, stripes, and prints in a sweet Log Cabin wall hanging.
Friendship Star Log Cabins
Color placement is key in this Log Cabin quilt. Vivid red points jump off the quilt while the muted gold points recede to form a single Friendship Star.
Around the Block
Show off polka dots of all colors and sizes in a super-size Log Cabin block.
Maple Leaf Log Cabins
Log Cabin and Leaf blocks combine in a fall theme wall hanging.
Batik Courthouse Steps
Sew Courthouse Steps blocks using purple batiks and a striking light fabric.
Log Cabin Table Topper
The colors in these Log Cabin blocks are similar in value, but each round is clearly visible because the colors are opposites on the color wheel.
Building Blocks Throw
Use a restful aqua check to complement the strong contemporary colors—blue, green, and chocolate—in simplified Courthouse Step blocks.
Halloween Log Cabins & Stars
Showcase an assortment of novelty prints on a seasonal throw features Log Cabin and Star blocks.
Courthouse Steps Crib Quilt
Use a two-tone palette to create strong diagonal lines across this crib-size quilt.
Christmas Cabin Table Runner
Create five Courthouse Steps blocks in cheery holiday colors for a special seasonal table runner.
Assemble simple squares and rectangles using Courthouse Steps assembly method—a center square with pairs of matching rectangles added to opposite edges—to create a quick-to-finish quilt.
Chocolate & Jelly Beans
Create Courthouse Steps blocks, alternating color placement of the chocolate and vanilla-color block backgrounds, to make this easy quilt. Toss some polka dot prints in the mix (they remind us of jelly beans) and you've got a yummy throw!