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- Old German Design 3 September 5, 2015
- String of Beads 5 September 4, 2015
- Mexican Rose Quilt 4 September 3, 2015
- Cornerstones + Extras 66, 67, 68, 69 and 70 September 2, 2015
- EQ 9x9s OP 12 September 1, 2015
- EQ 4s OP 13 August 31, 2015
- EQ Album 55 August 30, 2015
- EQ and Me 17 August 29, 2015
- EQ Dozen OP 44 August 28, 2015
- EQ and Me OP 9 August 27, 2015
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Category Archives: Log Cabin Quilts
Blue is probably my least favourite colour, but I like this series … it always looks warm, which is something I like real quilts to be. The winter which has just ended here in Australia has been cold, and the … Continue reading
Electric quilt includes a Symmetry Tool, which twists and turns blocks every which way. The design above will appear four times, each time orientated in a different direction, so depending on the block you are using the sequence includes some … Continue reading
Love the first one … but see it as a mat or tiled section as a focal point in a large hallway. Room for quilting … and I would include feathers. In real life I have thought that in the … Continue reading
Love the first one! The rest are all OK too. The edging is interesting … in the one above, and in the one below. The centre above a bit blocky, but interesting. The pointy border works both ways! I am … Continue reading
I don’t know which way I would prefer to see these designs … … on the back of a Log cabin quilt … … or the front of a whole cloth quilt. I like the second on best … and would … Continue reading
If you only want to make 25 Log Cabin variation blocks, and you want a king size quilt, you make big blocks, but if you want a baby quilt, you make small blocks. Cut strips 1.5 inches wide, the blocks … Continue reading
Warm colours with a touch of green … need the warmth at the moment, as it is rather cool outdoors at the moment, the weeds are growing despite the cold though! Like the first one a lot. Second one not … Continue reading
Another weekend approaching quickly, so time to spend a few minutes contemplating Log Cabin variations. If I didn’t keep flitting around from one thought to another I would be able to set a set of virtual flip cards showing how … Continue reading
I like it … and all the rest too! this is yet another series which is crying out for some quilting other than just following all those straight lines in the Log Cabin blocks. There is certainly room for it. … Continue reading