The Granny Cabin Quilt Pattern by Meghan Buchanan of Then Came June.
The Granny Cabin Quilt Pattern is inspired by the simple patchwork of log cabin and granny square blocks. Instead of small piecing, this pattern utilizes strip piecing to speed up the process! The pattern is beginner friendly and instructions are given throughout to use up those scraps. It is the perfect picnic quilt!
This pattern requires advanced beginner quilting knowledge. The pattern assumes quilter has knowledge of basic piecing and can use consistent 1/4" seam allowances.
The pattern requires F8, FQ, Jelly Roll, and yardage depending on sizes. Material requirements on third image.
The paper copy is a A5 booklet printed in color and on 80# weight paper with a saddle stitch binding. It comes in a resealable poly bag.
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