TNT Log Jam 10 and 11

TNT Log Jam 10

Thick and Thin Log Cabin blocks, some made with the thin side in a dark contrast, some made all light.

Lots of fun playing with the real blocks on a design wall, lots quicker to play with the blocks in Electric Quilt.

TNT Log Jam 11

Ooops! I saved this one with the pieces outlined … but you can see the construction of the blocks clearly.

This time the thick strips are dark, but there are a few blocks where all the strips are light.

TNT Log Jam 12

This last one is almost the same as the first … without the spinning centre.

By the way, Virtual Mid Week Log Cabin Retreats will appear every week for the coming year. there are enough virtual designs saved just in this project file to cover this year without using any designs from any other project file featuring Log Cabin designs. So if you like making Log Cabin blocks come back every week to see a few more ideas on how they can be used.

Now there is something you can do … go to the EQ Blog …

Behind the Mouse

to see the next step in a project I am working on as one of the EQ Gurus.

I have been selecting fabrics … from a huge range and all free to use … in the EQ Fabric Library.

Not quite like a real quilt shop, but close!

And don’t miss a chance to win a copy of Judy Martin’s Star Power add-on for Electric Quilt, and down load a copy of one of my project files.

Star Power Giveaway

About Virtual Quilter

I am a quilter who designs many more quilts than I will ever make, and I am sharing one quilt design every day in Virtual Quilter. I also share my completed projects in Stuff-Ups, and Christmas decorations in Christmas Everyday of the Year.
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8 Responses to TNT Log Jam 10 and 11

  1. justpurrfick says:

    Spinning round and round I go, in a spin, loving that spin I’m in.
    Ok so I borrowed some words but that is immediately what came to mind with these. Lovin these twirly logs. I am still trying to convince Mum that these are “real” log cabin blocks.

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  2. Betty says:

    Number 10 made me think of ocean waves with lots of movement….very nice!
    Betty

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  3. I like the design that shows the block outlines…fun to see the construction!

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    • Laura,

      You can see the construction, but I prefer to show most of the designs without the lines so the contrast has to work well for the design to shine. The construction is important if you are making a quilt, but the contrast has to be right for the design to work.

      Judy B

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  4. Diane Russell says:

    Love the new size of the quilts. Detail is much easier now. Of course it could be a glitch with my computer, but I like the larger size pictures.

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