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- Elevenses OP 11 May 25, 2015
- White onWhite Gold 6 May 24, 2015
- Dear, Dear, It’s Quilted 1, 2, 3 and 4 May 23, 2015
- Dear Dear Dear 28 May 22, 2015
- Stained Glass Early Project 14 May 21, 2015
- Logs on Point 26, 27, 28, 29 and 30 May 20, 2015
- Annie Clover and Pieces 19 May 19, 2015
- 9 Patch ‘n’ Apps OP 6 May 18, 2015
- EQ Album 52 May 17, 2015
- EQ 9x9s 70 and 71 May 16, 2015
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Category Archives: Mid Week Retreat
Interesting. Also interesting. I rather like those little waves in the outer row of blocks. Very, very interesting. Very interesting for a quilter! Another interesting one … but my favourite for the day is the middle one. Now, … 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
Not too sure if this is the back of a Log Cabin quilt, or a whole cloth quilt using Log Cabin patterns! I think the attraction of adding a third dimension to a quilt top is the most exciting part … Continue reading
Most of my Log Cabin quilt designs use blocks with four rounds of logs around the centre square. This series has just three logs. Even with just three rounds of logs I tried a Thick and Thin version of Courthouse … Continue reading
Some bright and rather different quilt designs … made with variations of the Log Cabin block. Simple construction using all squares and rectangles, but rather complex looking designs. Once I got over the feeling that I had to make every … Continue reading
I wondered a couple of days ago how many weekends I could fit into a week … well, it is mid-week, and in theory there is time for another one before the week ends, but chances are it is going … Continue reading
Each of the designs here may have some artistic merit for using them on any given day. Forgetting the artistic bit, on a more practical level they could just be the perfect way to use up just so many … Continue reading
This collection is dedicated to those who have been confined to their cabins during a long cold winter … while we occasionally roasted under a midday sun. Log Cabin blocks with spring flowers used in the quilting designs I … Continue reading
How come the middle of the week rolls around much quicker than the weekend? At least it is a chance to show off some designs featuring Log Cabin block variations! In this series I have tried very hard to keep … Continue reading
Different. Very different. And two which are rather ordinary by comparison … … but I like them.