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Category Archives: Log Cabin Quilting
It always amazes me just how some rather common block designs can be twisted and turned to create some very interesting quilt designs. The first design uses Courthouse Steps. Just four blocks recoloured makes a more interesting overall design. Change … Continue reading
I see this series as the back view of Log Cabin quilt … but I wonder what colours would be on the front. If you look closely the blocks are not the regular Log Cabin blocks, but Curved Log Cabin, … Continue reading
These designs don’t really include the pieced blocks … just the quilting. So, are they wholecloth designs, or the back of a Log Cabin quilt. I think they would work as either, though some would work better as one or … Continue reading
Not very inspiring colours, but interesting designs, including quilting motifs. This is another project file about to be retired … I still have some blocks to sort in my Block Library, then I will start using the sorted blocks to … Continue reading
Today’s designs are either wholecloth Log Cabin or the back of pieced Log Cabin quilts. More accurately the second and third are Log Cabin designs, the first and the last two are Courthouse Steps. I have been sitting at a … Continue reading
Not very inspiring colours, but I have found them useful to play with design for both piecing and quilting layers. Love the one above! Another one I love … simple but effective. Interesting edges! This could be a draft plan … Continue reading
Log Cabin blocks can create some wonderful designs in well coordinated fabrics, and the seam lines make a useful guide to quilting … but boring without a bit of contrast somewhere. I like the contrast of the straight seam lines … Continue reading
I like the idea of filling some of the lighter areas of Log Cabin quilts with some curved lines, but keeping most of the quilting on the straight and narrow, following the block design. I like both of the above. … Continue reading
Colours … not inspiring me at all … but … I love this design. The contrast is fine, and it shows off the quilting. Like the first one … I love this one too. Love it! Could be more quilting … Continue reading