Log Carrier

"A camping we will go, a camping we will go, hi ho the Derry-O. A camping we will go."

Well, it's camping week! And we are so jolly about this project, that we are even singing! Clarrisa made this adorable project, and we are obsessed! In fact, we even took it to our own camp fire to see how sturdy this project truly is.. Let me tell you, it's sturdy!

Follow the video below for a tutorial, or the written instructions below the video


  • 2/3 yard of 60” wide solid fabric-I used canvas

  • 2/3 yard of 60” wide print fabric-I used Home Dec outdoor fabric

  • 100/16 Chrome denim needle

  • Standard Sewing thread to coordinate with fabrics

  • 2 pieces of 15 ¼”x ¾” wood dowel

  • Fabric MarkerEmbellish Heat Transfer Foil(optional)

  • Embellish Vinyl Weeding Tool-This a really cool tool if you do a lot of digital cutting!

  • Quilting Straight pins-These are longer pins

  • RNK Turning Tool


  • By the way, if you haven’t tried the Quilter’s Select Rulers, Mats and Cutters you’re missingout. They are amazing and make cutting easy!

  • From solid fabric cut-Two pieces 10”x 20” and one piece 20”x 38”

  • From print fabric cut-One piece 19 ½”x 20”and eight pieces 4 ½”x 6 ½”

  • Cut two dowel pieces 15 ¼”long

  • Keep in mind that 20” is the measurement for the width of the log carrier.

Digital Cutting: (optional)

1. I love Craft n Cut software for designing files for digital cutting. If you have Craft n Cut I created the lettering using the “Ossington” font, 1.75 inches tall and I used the “wave” in the Path shapes. “Wave” is the last path in the shapes.

2. I then selected the lettering, right clicked and “Breakup Text”. I broke the text into 2 pieces. That way it would fit on my cutting mat. Make 2 sets of lettering.See Video