The Modern Logs Quilt Along is in full swing, and that means everyone has started to post their blocks, tops and finishes. This is one of my favorite parts! And I want you to explore your own creativity so I’m thrilled when you add stash fabrics or play around with the setting or otherwise add your own special touch.
Today I’m sharing a variety of other people’s Modern Logs in different stages so you can appreciate the versatility of this design. I hope you enjoy them! Be sure to check out my facebook group and #modernlogsquilt on instagram for more great examples!!
Modern Logs by Barbara F
Barbara F. used one fat quarter bundle of Good Vibes as she grouped similar colors together in each block. She also chose a straight set instead of the offset design shown in the pattern. Those random bits are fabulous, and I love it when you all make this design your own!
Modern Logs by Laina L
Laina L. used a variety of colors from all my fabric lines. Isn’t her finish beautiful?
Michele H went for an earthy look with rich batiks that feel like a gentle autumn morning. Well done!
I often say that prints from my collections over the years work great together, and April S took me at my word. I see Abstract Garden, Gridwork, Modern Marks, Fandangle and Good Vibes for sure. What a lovely mashup!
Modern Logs by Judi H
I love the patriotic look chosen by Judi H for her Modern Logs. Classic red, white and blue with a touch of gold, maybe for a yellow ribbon?! She wondered if they were too wonky, but I think not. The beauty of improv is that everyone’s quilt comes out differently!
Modern Logs by Sharon C
Sharon’s working on her version of Modern Logs made from the Modern Logs quilt kit. You can can choose to orient the rows horizontally or vertically – the choice is up to you!
Although Sharon has used the exact same fabrics as my version below – notice how different they look. That’s the versatility of this design and I can’t wait to see more!
My version of Modern Logs
Modern Logs by Jo O
Jo O’s version of Modern Logs really makes me smile. Notice the cats? I can almost see their tails swishing. I love the pops of dusty pink. And the deep gold is heavenly! So much to love right here.
Modern Logs 1 by Ellen A
Ellen went for a graphic quality with bright blues and yellows. It’s a winning combination! And she didn’t stop there.
Modern Logs 2 by Ellen A
She used just four blocks and some ingenuity to create another improvisational design. Both quilts are headed to a NICU. That’s pretty heartwarming!
As you have seen, this quilt can take on any personality. Your stash can make it totally unique, or it looks terrific in my fabrics, too.
My thanks to all the makers above for joining me for the QAL and sharing their work. It inspires me and I hope it does the same for you!
If you still need the pattern:
- Click here for the paper pattern from my shop.
- Click here for the pdf version (instant download) from my Etsy shop.
And remember that the Quilt Along steps will remain up, so you can jump in and sew at your convenience any time.
- Click here to see the schedule, supply list and links to each step.
- Click here for my YouTube videos and Modern Logs chats