So, here's how I did it. Start with a 6" center square. Take your first set of logs and add to the top and bottom. Then, using the same fabric, same width, add the side logs.
Done with round one! Press after every top/bottom addition and every side addition. And, remember, if you're working with vintage sheets, dial the iron down a bit. Screaming hot irons will melt your fabric.
Square up your quilt every round or two.
Continue to add rounds, until your quilt is as big as you'd like. I like to vary the widths of my logs. Below I show how wide I cut my logs (measurement includes 1/2 inch for seam allowances.)
Baste, Quilt, Bind and you're done!
Want to make one just like it? I've made up some kits and Heather is giving one away on the Vintage Sheet Blog link up party! Head over there now! I also have a few kits for sale in my Etsy shop! If you've never tried Vintage Sheets before, I hope you do. Lots of fun, bright colors, super soft and just the right blend of Vintage and Modern. Have a great weekend!