Log Cabin Baby Blocks 21, 22, 23, 24, 25

Log Cabin Baby Blocks 21

Ooops! Late!

I didn’t sleep in, but had to unload the car to find the computer charger.

Log Cabin Baby Blocks 22

I went away for a long weekend with thirty plus quilters, had lots of fun, but was way too tired to unpack when I arrived home after dark last night .

Log Cabin Baby Blocks 23

Magic weekend … and have scheduled a week of recovery!

I was on a mission to do ten stitches per day, and exceeded that amount, though probably not by much … did need some lozenges to keep my throat from wearing out due to using way more than ten words a day!

Log Cabin Baby Blocks 24

I am hoping a virtual retreat today will help with that recovery.

Log Cabin Baby Blocks 25

I might sneak in a bit of virtual quilting during the unpacking process!

More Log Cabin designs next week!


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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6 Responses to Log Cabin Baby Blocks 21, 22, 23, 24, 25

  1. Laura says:

    Wish I could have been a mouse in your pocket…how fun!


    • Laura,

      It was fun! Noisy, with late nights and early mornings, and a lot of great friends. I suspect that if you had been a mouse in a pocket you may have joined the after midnight Teddy Bears Picnic.

      Judy B

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  2. cindythequilter says:

    Wow these are all beautiful. Would love to be on a retreat like yours. That many quilters together means fun!


    • Cindy,

      It is fun! Or it is with the two groups I retreat with anyway. It was the 20th year this lot have got together, though some of the faces have changed, and not just because of the passing time!

      Judy B


  3. Marie says:

    I love this selection. I have not made a diamond shape Log Cabin before. You have encouraged my temptation with these designs. My advice to any quilters, if you have the chance of a Retreat, take it! As Judy said, they are a lot of fun, catching up with friends, and sometimes actually getting some projects done. I found my phone charger when I was unpacking!, luckily I didn’t need it.


    • Marie,

      The only difference between making these and a square Log Cabin block is keeping that angle accurate.

      I didn’t have my phone charger with me to lose, and had to use the computer to charge it … then left the computer charger behind! I did find two of Joy’s folders in my bags, but she took my coffee! Countdown to next year is going down!

      Judy B


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