Each week, over the past several weeks I've been introducing you to the quilts in our new book; Cabin Fever: 20 Modern Log Cabin Quilts. Today I'm really excited to introduce you to another fun quilt, Radiance.
This quilt looks difficult to make, but it's really an easy combination of a quarter Log Cabin block with stitch-and-flip snowball corner. You will have some small triangles left over, but set those aside for use in another quilt.
I really love the fun play on the Log Cabin quilt block. The original version of this quilt we made in the fun yellow, white and teal fabrics, For the alternate color-way block we made it with some fun yellow, white and gray ombre fabrics and it's pretty yummy too!
When I see the whole quilt it almost appears to have a cool Aztec type pattern. I really love that too!
Radiance pattern is written with cutting and sewing directions to make this quilt in three sizes: Baby, Throw & Coverlet.
You can purchase signed copies of Cabin Fever: 20 Modern Log Quilts here.