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Category Archives: Log Cabin Quilts
Middle of yet another week! Another look at some virtual designs from the same project file as last week, this week showing designs where I have done the twisting and turning myself. Sometimes I cheat by clicking the rotate tool … Continue reading
These are the last of the first designs in Leaf Central … I was playing with the Symmetry tool, which twists and turns all the blocks in a quilt design with just one click of the button. You get series … Continue reading
Middle of the week again … not too sure what happened during the last week … perhaps somebody just scribbled it off the calendar. Love the design above! These designs would be OK as small quilts, or large quilts, depending … Continue reading
Middle of another week already … must remember to get my hair cut. This series started when I thought I had too many designs in a project file. This project file has 263 designs waiting for their day on view. … Continue reading
This is what the back of these quilts would look like … if you did the Log Cabin blocks in the usual way for the other side. Some of the design could be appliqued as well. However, these could all … Continue reading
I like it! Lesson learned very quickly with this series … using a motif which is directional means that you need to change directions when used with other design element which are also directional. If the designs were all just circles … Continue reading
More Log Cabin designs for your inspiration. Interesting! Some of the blocks have almost lost the curves usually obvious in Thick and Thin Log Cabin blocks. I love the effect of the curves in the middle of the outer row … Continue reading
Interesting start for our mid week retreat. And it is getting more intersting. These designs use blocks with just three rounds of strips around the centre square. Most of my designs use four rounds. The curves still work with less … Continue reading
Middle of the week again … I am sure the weeks are shrinking! After a couple of weeks of pieced and applique designs, I am thinking of at least a week of just pieced designs, starting with Log Cabin, of … Continue reading