Michael Miller Fabrics - Living in the Wild Log Cabin Mini Quilt

Thanksgiving is quite literally just around the corner! This time of year we always try to reflect on what we're most grateful for and one thing I am very thankful for is when we were able to get into a program to build our house and become home owners. It was life changing for us, and although it definitely held many challenges, I will always be so grateful that we were able to get in. We moved from that home a couple years ago and my family has so many good memories of it! Because of that, I decided to make a Log Cabin mini quilt pattern featuring Michael Millers, Living in the Wild, line!

Grab the PDF pattern here:

This line is absolutely adorable and my kids adore foxes and sloths!

The Log Cabin is a really easy quilt block to sew together and is a great one to use to showcase fun prints and use up your scraps! You just can't go wrong with a log cabin block!
One of my favorite things to do is using chunky thread to quilt. I wish I had all the time in the world to hand quilt every single quilt I make, but sadly I don't. It's just such a gorgeous way to quilt and always adds so much character!

What are you most looking forward to at Thanksgiving?

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