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Category Archives: Thick and Thin Logs
In this project file I used one block, and two variations of colour placement in that block. In each design I have used just one of the colour variations, which means that the quilt designs are positive and negative versions … Continue reading
Middle of the week, so time to share some Log Cabin designs. Looks like the mice started eating the corners, but love the design overall. Love this one … … and here is the inside out view! This project file … Continue reading
Interesting. Another interesting one. I think all of this weeks Log Cabin designs are interesting … but not sure that I like them. Actually, I do like the one above! The last one is interesting … just a slight variation … Continue reading
The first three designs today are almost the same … just little changes. Tiny changes can make a difference, but in these two designs I am not very impressed with either. Time to head off in a new direction to … Continue reading
Interesting, though I don’t like it a lot … like the second one more. I do really like the one above though. Another interesting one … … and finally, one I like. None of these would feature on my list … Continue reading
I have been going through some old printouts of quilts which all had the seam lines printed. I much prefer those without seam lines. Unless we add some contrast embroidery by hand or machine we don’t really notice the seams … Continue reading
Love the first one … but see it as a mat or tiled section as a focal point in a large hallway. Room for quilting … and I would include feathers. In real life I have thought that in the … Continue reading
Just four variations of Thick and Thin Log Cabin block …. … and the possibilities are endless. Many of them are just slight variations, which might have more to do with the quantities of fabric you have … … … Continue reading
Love the first … … love the second … … the third is OK … … love the fourth … … but the fifth is my favourite! I think I might play with some quilting designs for Log Cabin quilts … Continue reading