Judy and Bradley Niemeyer, from Quiltworx.com, designed the foundation blocks used to make the Lincoln Log Cabin Table Topper. The Lincoln Log Cabin is part of a series of patterns designed using Quiltworx.com Log Cabin blocks.
The Log Cabin foundation paper units are designed using a technique in which part of the pieced block units are cut away after the paper piecing is completed. The cut-a-way sections are then replaced with a secondary design element referred to as the circling geese units. The Lincoln Log Cabin table topper is a fun, easy, and quick project for teaching or learning the basic steps to foundation paper piecing and curved piecing. This project was designed to be Fat-Quarter friendly, using a combination of (4) light and (4) dark fabrics!
This pattern is available in Quiltster! This means you can color the quilt with your favorite fabric collections in Quiltster before you make it. Quiltster will even provide you with yardage!
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Size:31″ x 31″ (with border) 24″ x 24″ (without border)
Pattern Includes: Instructions, Cover Sheet, Yardage Information, Foundation Papers
Sorry, there are no classes scheduled for Lincoln Log Cabin at this time.