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Use the Log Jam technique to create unique and original quilt blocks using scrappy long strips. The strips do not need to be cut straight–the more crooked the better. You also don’t need to follow the 1/4” seam allowance–it can be any size you choose, just make sure it is not too small, or you will end up with seams that will split or pull apart when quilting. Fabric requirements for both versions are included below.
Finished quilt size approximately 51” x 62”
Fabric amounts depend on the width of the fabric strips–
and the narrower the strips, the more fabric you will need.
Approximate amounts (and these are just guidelines):
2 - 3 yards for a crib size or throw
5 - 6 yards for a twin
9 - 10 yards for a queen
12 - 13 yards for a king
Finished size 48” x 66”
Solid Fabrics: Scraps equalling approximately 3 yards.
Additional Fabric needed:
1 3/4 yards solid white for background in quilt.