Log cabin quilt designs are always a favorite with beginning quilters and expert quilters alike. The simple piecework has a timeless charm that lends itself to endless log cabin quilt variations. This quilt is no exception. It is a fast ‘n’ fun project using a majority of high contrast precut 2-1/2” strips. This quilt can go from a 36” square wall hanging to an 82” square queen size quilt depending on the number of blocks you choose to make—and how much time you have. We’ll look at fabric selection and spend a little time on various log cabin layouts, plus we’ll learn a little bit about the beginnings of the Log Cabin Quilt. The pattern was written by me and has a detailed shopping list, fabric requirements and it includes all the supplies you will need to finish the quilt. This is an intermediate project which means you should have a working knowledge of basic quilt making. You must have a sewing machine in good working order and know how to use it. You do not need your sewing machine at the first class. Sample, supply sheet and the pattern are available at The Quilt Works. You may contact me at: CarolBell99@msn.com if you have any questions. Put Quilting 102 in the subject line.