Beetaloo Logs 11, 12, 13, 14, 15

Just Log Cabin blocks in this project file, no colour variations, but still plenty of ways to twist and turn them around.

So far all the designs I have in this project file are basically Barn Raising design with some twists.

Perhaps the builders raising these barns were doing a barn dance in their meal breaks!

I enjoy playing in Electric Quilt with basic blocks like these to see what can happen, but I don’t think I would enjoy making all the blocks!

That is all for this week’s mid week retreat, but there will be more Log Cabin variations next week, but first a look of them all together.

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1 Response to Beetaloo Logs 11, 12, 13, 14, 15

  1. cindythequilter says:

    The variations are definitely more visible when I see them side by side and as if from a distance. It is harder to see the subtle changes when looking at them one by one. I really like the movement in the second and third ones. I agree it would be tedious making all of these blocks in one sitting but it could be broken up by doing 10 or 20 between other quilts. If you are anything like me there are usually several on the go at once so I can switch up from fast and easy to more complicated depending on my mood.


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