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Looking for an easy and fun project that will focus on a core set of colors you love? This project was a result of the DIY Network's Blog Cabin 2014, and features the colors of Florida. It was designed by Lish Dorset for the getaway, and her tutorial is great for any level of quilter. More from Lish:
"I first started quilting a few years back thanks to hours spent reading quilting blogs and drooling over the finished results — I wanted to make those beautiful, modern-looking quilts, too! I took a class at my local fabric shop to learn the basics, but it was learning how to make log cabin blocks on my own that really took my quilting to the next skill and confidence levels.
"This technique is great for using up fabric scraps and making you feel more proficient when it comes to piecing. Best of all, they come together pretty quickly. Try my approach to making a log cabin block on your own with this tutorial. Click in the corner of any how-to image to flow through the instructions in a photo gallery."
Finished Size: 13.5" x 9.5" (34cm x 24cm)
Skill Level: Beginner
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