Log Cabin Quilted Tablerunner with Tricia Lynn Maloney

Learn how to make a traditional log cabin quilt block and turn four blocks into a gorgeous tablerunner. This beginner class also includes a little bit of quilt history, super secret tips and tricks, a bonus project, and complete finishing instructions.
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Basic Quilting Supplies (see free introduction, Quilting Basics)
Background Fabric, 3/8 yard
Focus Fabric, 1/2 yard
Coordinate 1, 1/8 yard
Coordinate 2, 1/8 yard
Coordinate 3, 1/4 yard
Backing Fabric, 21" x 57"
Batting, 21" x 57"
Binding, 1/3 yard fabric

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Tricia Lynn Maloney

Tricia Lynn Maloney

Inspired by her work with antique and vintage textiles, Tricia Lynn Maloney decided to make her first quilt in 1996. Although the quilt turned out to be less than perfect, she was hooked. In the next ten years, Tricia worked in a quilt shop, began designing her own quilts and writing the instructions, taught quilt classes, as well as teaching herself to do free-motion quilting. 

She is graduate of Allegheny College with a Bachelor’s degree in history and a Master’s degree in Elementary Education/Early Childhood Education from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania. Tricia spent...
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