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Category Archives: Log Cabin Blues
Sixty four Log Cabin blocks … size of blocks optional … just the layout varies in six designs today. I like the first one, and the second … … and the third. I can’t pick a favourite yet. Another interesting … Continue reading
Interesting. If I look at the light I would like to change it, but if I look at the dark I like the design. I would try using a brighter dark, or a softer light to balance the shades to … Continue reading
Interesting! Think I need to decide which colours I am going to use in this series … before I get confused about which colour I am using too often! Think I will go with the colours in the top design.
Middle of the week already … I think we have two short days of weekend followed by the middle of the week … there seem to be some missing days in my weeks. I am using this series this week … Continue reading
Week two of a twenty six week review of Log Cabin project files in my Electric quilt folder. This folder was started as an overflow from the original Log Cabin project. There is a fair chance that some designs which … Continue reading
Back to some basic Log Cabin blocks in not so basic layouts. Turn a few blocks around and look what happens. Like it! It never ceases to amaze me how twisting and turning identical blocks can create so many designs. … Continue reading