Quarter Log Cabin Quilt Pattern


Today I've got a super cute quilt pattern tutorial to share with you using a Jelly Roll! It's a great throw quilt size, perfect for the couch, picnics, etc.

I initially saw a quilt similar to this by Cindy Clammon and was so inspired to make one for my Mom for her birthday, but I wanted different sized blocks and I used a different sashing method, etc. So I talked to Cindy and asked her if she minded I share my own tutorial, inspired by hers. :)

If you're unfamiliar with precuts, a Jelly Roll typically consists of 42+ strips of fabric that are 2.5" wide x WOF. This quilt is also an awesome way to use up scraps!


Download the $1 printable PDF 

(updated 4/14/19)

Fabric Requirements:

  • One Jelly Roll
  • 3 yards background fabric
  • 4 ½ yards backing fabric
  • 7 yard roll of quilt binding
  • 60" x 80" Batting
Finished quilt size: 51" x 70"





I hope you enjoy this simple pattern! If you use it please tag #quarterlogcabinquilt on social media.

7 comments

  1. Thank you for this great tutorial. A lovely quilt you have made.
    I am so happy you shared this pattern and how you did it. Greetings from Norway.

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  2. Finally something easy ! I'll give it a try , thk you !

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  3. So nice. I'm going to try this.

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  4. Lovely tutorial. Setting the blocks on point and floating in them in the negative space of the background gives them a lovely definition.

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  5. Thank you for sharing your ideas and your quilty math. It looks gorgeous!

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  6. Such a prettty quilt! Great tutorial, too! Thanks for sharing.

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  7. BEAUTIFUL QUILT! THANKS FOR SHARING!
    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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