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Category Archives: Log Cabin Quilts
Time to introduce more girly toys. For many years my pocket-money came from the sale of rag dolls, designed for little girls, but many of them purchased by bigger girls for themselves. Many of the designs have been drawn as … Continue reading
If I could make it small enough the first one would make a lovely tree ornament. Interesting. A red wreath. Another ornament for the tree, though might be easier to make a bigger tree than make them small enough … Continue reading
I have no excuse for not sharing designs from this project file more often. The colours are not ones I would want in my house, but I really like the way they work together … every design looks warm and cuddly in … Continue reading
Like it … … not so much. Like it … … not so much. This one is my favourite Log Cabin this week … and it came about when I was playing with the two designs above which I didn’t … Continue reading
I am resisting the urge to mix up the designs in this series … I am keeping them in the order I save them, so there will often be several designs with just a few changes in a row. Today … Continue reading
Mmm. Not enough red … or the red is too scattered for my taste. Mind you, I thought it was OK the day I saved it, but I am woman, and I reserve the right to change my mind. Much … Continue reading
Love the colours … … and the designs are very interesting. I love Log Cabin quilts, but I am amazed that more people don’t play with the blocks to create new look for the old Log Cabin. After all, not … Continue reading
Interesting! The one above and the next two are the same design with the colours shuffled around a bit. I like the first of the variations ,,, the one above not so much. Like the third variation. Still the same … Continue reading
This would look very impressive as a tiled floor in a courtroom foyer … do they still build courtrooms with a touch of old fashioned grandeur, or are they all now sleek and modern? However, as quilt designs these would … Continue reading