Okay I am going to make my (picky) DD a Log Cabin quilt, in beige/browns (bland, not my favorite color range). It will be a over-sized king (pillow topped). It will be her first quilt from me and I have been quilting for almost 10 years. I think with her being picky is why I have been hesitant with making her one.
I have Marti Michell's log Cabin rulers.
My questions ~
1) what size should I cut the strips? 1.5, 2.5, 3.5?
2) how many rounds should I do? 3, or 4 or more, dark/light?
3) with it so large should I incorporate boarders?
I know it all comes down to 'quilters choice', but I am stumped. I keep looking on line and in my LC books. I think I have studied this for so long that I have confused myself.
Maybe if you could share some of your wisdom it will help my muddled mind.