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Category Archives: Curved Cornerstones
Log Cabin blocks are constructed with squares and rectangles … no curves … but with a bit of a twist to some of the variations of the basic design we can make spiderwebs. Or perhaps it is just tying shapes … Continue reading
Looks like a stack of crowns in each corner. Perhaps we could have this Log Cabin mid week retreat in a palace. Much more conventional layout, but not the usual blocks. Like this one! Love it! Worthy of being surrounded … 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
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
I love designing new blocks. Then I have to work out if they work in quilt designs. The five designs I have added today are from the days when I was still very much testing the Curved Cornerstone blocks. I … Continue reading
Interesting. Looks like a spider is setting up a home, and until it gets covered with dust I am more than happy to leave it in a corner! Like it. Love it. I think I like it!
Love playing with this little blocks running all over the place! It is a bit like adding quilting lines before adding the wadding and backing fabric. Sometimes the most effective way to use the lines of little squares is to … Continue reading
Middle of the week again … I think I will nominate it for the fastest week of the year! Time for a quiet little retreat with Log Cabin blocks … so we can forget that the new financial year is … Continue reading
The first three designs today show that even a clever idea can be overdone. I suspect that the designs would appeal to me more if the contrast between the cornerstones and the light was toned down a little! The contrast … Continue reading