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One house, two house, red house, blue house... this Dr. Suess rhyme came to mind as I considered my newly finished quilt, designed using wonky log cabins and neutral tones with a splash of red and blue. So One House, Two House... it was named!


The variously textured fabrics in this quilt are pieced into 3-sided wonky log-cabin blocks to create a quilt that people just have to touch as they encounter it. You may choose to also use texture as your element of interest, or you may choose colour or shape. Whatever you choose, each block holds lots of interest as the pieces are varied in shape, texture and value. By setting the blocks into large frames, the quilt avoids being overwhelming to the eye and instead inspires a feeling of quiet calm while maintaining your interest. The small accent hits in orange-red and blue, add just a bit of unexpected colour. After the straight line machine quilting, I used simple sashiko-like hand embroidery to add an additional layer of line and texture.


I designed this contemporary quilt so that it would fit well into most decors. The finished quilt is 64" x 75". The pattern was designed by me in my Vancouver, BC studio. It will be a joy to work with and will inspire your creative spirit as you assemble your individualized log cabin blocks. The quilt you create with this pattern will be uniquely yours!

One House, Two House Quilt Pattern Throw Size

  • Print Landscape 2-up

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