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Category Archives: Black and Gold Log Cabin Quilts
Someone has stolen a day … I am sure today is Wednesday, but the calendar and the computer tell me it is Thursday! So I am publishing my mid week Log Cabin collection of designs today, as today is Wednesday … Continue reading
There’s an idea! Don’t piece a Log Cabin quilt … just quilt it! Something to think about though … what colours would you use on the quilt top if you did piece it? Something to consider is doubling up Log … Continue reading
A collection of layouts suitable for Log Cabin blocks, and some variations of lily motifs … … and time to play is all I need to design some virtual whole cloth Log Cabin quilts. Just turning everything inside out is … 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
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 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