Irish log Cabin OP 21, 22, 23, 24, 25

Irish log Cabin OP 21

I created this project file several years ago when St Patrick’s Day fell on a Wednesday, but I really must open it up more often, as my Mid Week Log Cabin Retreat and St Pat don’t often coincide.

Irish log Cabin OP 22

Who would have thought that Chimneys and Cornerstones and Double Irish Chain would combine to make an interesting quilt block.

Irish log Cabin OP 23

Some days just are not long enough to even start trying ideas which wake me up at night screaming for attention, but if I ignore the dust it is amazing what can be achieved in Electric Quilt.

Irish log Cabin OP 24

Love the two designs above, but I have saved my favourite for the day until last.

Irish log Cabin OP 25

Love being able to make whole blocks fade into the background.

More Log Cabin quilt designs next week … mid week of course.

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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 Irish log Cabin OP 21, 22, 23, 24, 25

  1. Laura says:

    I have always liked this series; maybe it is the color scheme. Who knows? Over the years of following you, I am slowly…very slowly, becoming a fan of the log cabin. 🙂


    • Laura,

      I have always liked Log Cabin designs, but have to admit that I have only ever made a few blocks for community quilts made by one of the groups I belong too. One thing I tell people about designing quilts in Electric Quilt is that you don’t have to make every quilt you design, or even every quilt design you think would be a masterpiece … just play, and learn about colour, contrast and design.

      Judy B

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  2. Marie says:

    I love the mixed combinations. Mixing patterns as you have done with Log Cabin has obviously worked! Luv the colour choice too. I have got a Log Cabin quilt for my July show n tell this year. I just have to stitch the binding on.


  3. Cindy Hamilton says:

    I agree. They really do get along well. And your favorite is also mine.


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