It is mid week again, which means time for a very short retreat from the world at large to look at some Log Cabin designs.
I like the windmill in the centre of the one above.
All the blocks are basic Log Cabin blocks, with a few made with all light or all dark fabrics.
We are now living at the southern end of the Flinders Ranges, which is a very old range worn down by time, and one of the features of the flora of the area is the Flinders Range wattles, and this is the time of year when the yellow/gold of the wattle joins the dull greens of the natural flora, and the bright greens of wheat, barley, oat, pea crops, which also include canola … a green crop which turns bright yellow in the near future.
Then there are the soursobs, imported from South Africa and making themselves very much at home … we passed a stunning roadside patch of them a couple of days ago!
Very few log cabins in the area to live it, as most of the older houses are stone, but there are several quilt shops and quilt groups, so of course there are a variety of Log Cabin quilts made in this area.
That’s it for this week … more Log Cabin designs next week, mid week.