I like it.
I like it.
I love it.
We all spend time trying to work out what colour goes with what … this colour scheme solves that problem! Still need contrast, but with just a dark and light, even that is easy.
In the right fabrics the first one might look like something made by a very artistic spider!
Love the second one!
I have been sitting here for five minutes wondering what colours I would use if I was to make a real one of these … I am going through a green phase so possibly the dark would be green, or maybe the light, but what would I use where I have used green in this virtual series of designs.
Love the way the blocks in the centre appear to be framed … which makes me wonder which design I would make if I can make up my mind about a colour scheme!
I think I had better continue to ever so slowly finishing the quilt tops that are in waiting!
That is all for this week’s virtual Log Cabin Quilt retreat … five minutes to study some virtual quilt designs and dream about future real quilts!
As always, more Log Cabin quilt designs mid week, next week.
All sorts of wonderful things just might happen if you mix up Single Irish Chain blocks, double Irish Cabin blocks and some applique … and than add a little bit of quilting.
Oh, so restful.
One of the most important features of a quilt, along with cuddly.
I love this series … designed using the engraved design on one of those old fashioned spoons which hung over the sugar bowl.
One of the results of playing with some Nine Patch blocks, some applique and some quilting motifs.
This series of designs is demonstrating what can be done with just one block design by using the background colour for some of the designs pieces. I have left the seam lines there, but in a real quilt I would be able to avoid a lot of seam lines.
The block in the centre of the second design is the Selina Pearl block with all the contrast pieces showing.
I have forty more quilt designs in the project file to share in the future, but I am thinking that I should start playing with at least one more block to see what happens.
Mid week again … and I am sharing five very similar designs.
Can you see the difference between the first two?
Just four blocks changed.
Eight blocks changed for the one above.
Four blocks changed back to where they were, and eight more changed.
I saved the best till last.
More Log Cabin designs next week, mid week.