Friday, May 18, 2012

Log Cabin with new ruler design by Jean Ann

Jean Ann is back....

All about JEAN ANN Wright

Jean Ann Wright majored in textiles and fine arts combined these interests to become a fiber artist. From 1986 to 2007 she edited QUILT magazine. She then redesigned and edited The Quilting Quarterly for the NQA, leaving that position become a full time designer. Her inaugeral book, Circle of Nine, was co-authored with her sister, Janet Houts. Jean Ann designs quilts for major fabric companies and recently designed two fabric collections for Newcastle Fabrics and a Log Cabin Trim Tool available from your local quilt shop or her website: www.jeanannquilts.com

Jean Ann has won awards for her quilts at the IQA, and in other local, state, and national exhibitions. She has judged the IQA show in Salzburg, Austria and Houston, Texas; and numerous other shows. She presents programs and quilt workshops at the Houston Quilt Festival and local and regional guilds. Follow her blog: www.jeanannquilts.blogspot.com

Jean Ann Wright, Quilt Editor, Author, Designer

This new design is called  Chocolate, Cherries and Cream.

and here is the blocks...for more info be sure to drop by her blog...

Thanks Jean Ann...

Ladies if you love log cabins, you have to hop over to her blog to see her new ruler too.
This will make this quilt with ease...a log cabin ruler designed by Jean Ann and Creative Grid ...


  1. I went to your blog, Jean Ann, to see the Chocolate, Cherries and Cream quilt since it didn't show up for me on this post. It's gorgeous! What yummy colors! The new tool is also exciting!

  2. For sure I'll be getting one of these rulers...luv log cabin quilts and this one is gorgeous...thanks for sharing Jean Ann and Mme Samm...have a fantastic Friday ladies!!

  3. Visited Jean Ann's blog! The quilt is gorgeous - the "drawn" images just don't do it justice!! And the ruler - a must have - since I love log cabin quilts!! TGIF!!

  4. Love the quilt and those colors are awesome!

  5. Oh my, I do love this color combination! I'm off to see Jean Ann's blog!

  6. Just watched Jean Ann's tutorial on cutting log cabin blocks and it was really great! love this quilt and going back to her blog!

  7. I went for a visit and watched the video, yep, I will be getting that ruler!! Wonderful tool!! Thank's Jean Ann for sharing.

  8. The photo isn't displaying for me either so I'm off to check out the blog. "Gotta see" this ruler.

  9. Thansk for the link.I love,love log cabin and this combination is absolutely awesome!!

  10. Cool quilt! I miss you Madam Samm!

  11. This is such a simple solution to log cabin blocks. How quick does this look! YEAH!
    youtube video shows this most impressive technique! By golly if I wait long enough, things come along to make me look positively competent!!!!! Can't wait to try this.

  12. Love the colors, love the ruler. The video was just what I needed to see.

    Thanks for sharing.

  13. I do like the asymmetrical design. It makes the log cabin much more interesting.

  14. straws for constructing the log cabin.We'll have to check out this series...interlocking cabins


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