Cabin Fever: 20 Modern Log Cabin Quilts - Bringing the Quilts Home

Last week was a little bit crazy here. Late Wednesday night I hopped on an airplane to head to Kentucky to spend the weekend sewing and teaching some classes. After I made it to North Carolina I found out that because of the crazy snow that was falling in Kentucky the flights were all being delayed and cancelled. Needless to say I never made it to Kentucky. I was lucky enough to find a seat on a flight and make it back to Utah that same day.

When I got home I was so excited to find eight huge boxes in my front entry-way. I was so exhausted from my crazy traveling that I just left the boxes and went to bed. 

On Friday I had a little helper to help me unpack and put away all of the quilts and pillows from Cabin Fever: 20 Modern Log Cabin Quilts. It's a bit like Christmas when the quilts come home from the publisher. Almost like I had forgotten how much I love these quilts and how excited I am about this book. 

After I got all of the quilts out of the boxes I stacked them up and Brayden immediately wanted to climb onto them. I snapped this little picture, and shared it on Instagram, when I took a step back and looked at the picture again it reminds me of a stack of fabric with a miniature kid. :)

When Kathleen and I made the quilts for the new book we also made 20 pillows that coordinate with the quilts. I love the pillows and decided to place them on all of the beds in my house. I love them so much!

You can pre-order signed copies of Cabin Fever: 20 Modern Log Cabin Quilts here. It'll ship in May 2015!


  1. Lovely stack of quilts! I only see 19 though :)

    1. Thanks Karin! I'm impressed that you picked up on that! Yes, there are only 20 in that picture, one of them stayed with the published. It's going to be hanging in some shows. :)

  2. I have to agree with your description of the quilt photo. I thought you had photoshopped a stack of fabric photo & a photo of your son together.

    When he is a teenager, you will have to pull out more quilts to make a 'teenage' size version of the photo.


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