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I am a quilter who uses a computer program to design way more quilts than I could ever make in several lifetimes.
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Category Archives: Log Cabin Quilts
Today I have opened up one of my favourite Log Cabin project files to find some designs to share. I think these would look OK on a bed … … or maybe on the floor of a large hallway! The … Continue reading
Another week half way through, but at least we have had a variety of weather … every day! We have bits of sunshine, sometimes even with clear blue skies … we have had calm and wind, rain and drizzle, heavy … Continue reading
Pretty blue, pretty designs. I like this one! The one above is nice …. … but much nicer with applique in the centre. The last for the day is a variation on the second … I think I will tweak … Continue reading
Less logs, less fabric choices to be made, less cutting, less seams, … the only thing there isn’t less of is impact! When I started this project file I had not played with Log Cabin designs for quite a while, … Continue reading
There was a comment a little while ago that some sort of magic happens when we use blocks on point. It is certainly true with Log Cabin blocks on point. Before I first used Electric Quilt I often spent time … Continue reading
Keeping with the theme of old project files, here are some old Log Cabin designs … … some all light and all dark blocks with traditional half and half blocks. The one above is something you could do if you … Continue reading
Another week has streaked past … with little gardening and no real quilting done! Did at least manage some virtual quilting, and some sewing. I have made a fitted cover for the back of a new recliner … four times … Continue reading
Maybe it is really the back of a black and gold quilt, or the front of a whole cloth quilt using Log Cabin blocks as a quilting design rather than a pieced block pattern. I like both sides of that story … Continue reading
The first design looks like it might have been made by a very creative spider! The second one is one way of using lots of purple scraps. Then that creative spider came back to spin another lovely web. At last, … Continue reading