TNT Log Jam 26, 27 and 28

TNT Log Jam 26

At the rate the middle of the week is coming around this year I hope there are a few extra weeks in the year to let me catch up!

TNT Log Jam 27

The design above could look interesting with the addition of some Curved Cornerstones

TNT Log Jam 28

More Log Cabin variations to come next week!

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Something to fill in your time until then …

Want to know how to tie yourself into knots?

Celtic Knot Tree of Life

And how about a lesson in tracing images into Electric Quilt?

Check out the February Electric Quilt Newsletter for a list.

Don’t forget the other lessons on the Electric Quilt website.

And if all else fails, read the manual which comes with the program.

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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7 Responses to TNT Log Jam 26, 27 and 28

  1. trudig@gmail.com says:

    I too am a log cabin quilter but in fabric. Are all your designs from a specific size block? What is width of logs? I would like to create a few of the shapes. Trudi in Az.

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    • Trudi,

      I would use strips one and a half inches wide, with the centre one and a half inches square for a 9 inch block. Increasing strips to 2 inches wide will make the blocks 13.5 inches. You will owe me a photo of the quilt … or quilts!

      Judy B

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    • Trudi,

      I would use strips one and a half inches wide, with the centre one and a half inches square for a 9 inch block. Increasing strips to 2 inches wide will make the blocks 13.5 inches. You will owe me a photo of the quilt … or quilts!

      Judy B

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  2. Marie says:

    I like them all. I think my purple and teal Log Cabin strips were cut either 2 inches or 2 1/2inches wide. A good size to work with, but then I prefer to make large quilts! Keep up the good work Judy

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  3. Cindy Hamilton says:

    I like all of these as well. I like the strips anywhere from 1.5 to 2 inches as well. Log cabin has to be my very favorite of blocks. It is amazing how many designs you can create with it and some imaginative placement of logs! And your imagination is endless (lucky for us)!!!!

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    • Cindy,

      A few of these I could imagine … but sometimes I find ten different designs while getting from one design to the imagined one! Some of the best designs have literally happened by accident … picking the wrong block and/or placing it in the wrong place. Some of the colour placements within blocks has happened the same way … mistakes are a great way to learn, including being a great way to find great variations of colour or value placement which I would otherwise not imagine would work.

      Judy B

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