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Category Archives: Log Cabin Quilter's Mid Week Retreat
I love every design in this project file. The applique I have added could be replaced with fussy cut prints. Or machine or hand embroidery. You could also leave the applique and embroidery out altogether and just quilt the spaces … Continue reading
Mid week again, and we are heading home after a week catching up with family and friends. The first design for the day is neat and tidy, the second one is much more exciting! The one above is one of … Continue reading
I know it is not a weekend when a challenge may be set here on Virtual Quilts, but see if you can pick the changes between the five designs for this weeks mid week Log Cabin retreat. I had to … Continue reading
Middle of the week again, and life is returning to normal in my part of the world, and I haven’t finished digging up and replanting the garden, or sorting out all my EQ block library, or cutting out sashing to … Continue reading
I like it, though would find the applique repetitive. The second one is more so, but I still like it. That is better … more variety! Variety of applique again, and an interesting setting. Love the setting in the last. … Continue reading
Now that is interesting. Note that the less logs in the title of this series refers to the fact that there are only three rounds of strips around the centre instead of the four I usually use. In any Log … Continue reading
I like it! Interesting. A little change, and I like it. Another little change, and I like it more. Yet another little change, and I love it! It is always interesting to see the designs in a group photo when … Continue reading
All these designs use three different colourings of the Log Cabin block … all dark, all light, and the traditional half light, half dark. In both of the first two designs the outer row of blocks could be left off … Continue reading
New series … 144 Log Cabin blocks, no modifications. In the group collection above the last one, Barn Raising, is my favourite traditional Log Cabin design. However, I started this file to see if I could come up with some … Continue reading