Log Cabin Hexagons Quilting Video

Have you ever thought about using or making log cabin hexagons? If you haven’t, this quilting video is perfect for getting you started with this unique quilted look that takes the traditional log cabin and turns it on it’s side – somewhat literally! For those with a love of log cabin quilts, this easy quilting tutorial shows you how to start with a hexagon as your “chimney” and then build interesting shapes into your quilt. You will love how unique these log cabin quilts end up looking thanks to this method.

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Suggested Quilt Patterns Using This TechniqueFeedsack Flowers Log Cabin

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14 thoughts on “Log Cabin Hexagons Quilting Video

  1. The program was "Feedsack flowers" program number 1904 aired Feb. 25 at 3pm on Iowa public tv. I think the pattern may be in a fall 2011 magazine but I am not sure which one.

  2. I saw this on the the TV program last week and was fascinated by the log cabin technique. Finding the pattern has been a challenge but I found it in the download area for $5.00. i figure I would spend that trying to track down the back issue of the magazine. You can find in downloads by sorting by name, Feedsack Flowers (not log cabin hexagon)

  3. This video on log cabin hexagons was not what I was looking for – wanted instructions on how to sew hexagons together for a Grandmother's Garden quilt.

  4. On the PBS shows we tell people to go to our website to find out where to get the pattern for that particular episode. We have a TV section and for each series we have a supply list that tells where each pattern has been published and what supplies we have used.
    Quilt instructions for Feedsack Flowers are featured in Fons & Porter’s Easy Quilts presents Scrap Quilts Fall 2011.
    Happy Quilting – Cindy H

  5. I was intrigued by the simplicity and cuteness of the quilt in the background of this video. It features a pieced sky, trees and woodpeckers. Was it designed by one of the staff at Fons & Porter? Is it featured in any of the Love of Quilting magazines?