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- Logs on Point in Purple 21,22, 23, 24, 25 May 25, 2016
- EQ 4s OP 14 May 24, 2016
- 10 Plus Mods OP 1 May 23, 2016
- EQ Album Revisited 4, 5 May 22, 2016
- Textile Inspirations 12 May 21, 2016
- Birds and Bees 1 May 20, 2016
- Garden Festival 5 May 19, 2016
- City Courthouse 56, 57, 58, 59, 60 May 18, 2016
- Autumn Daze Quilting 7 May 17, 2016
- Patched and Pieced 26 May 16, 2016
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- Making Handmade Books: A Folded Multi-Page Book January 30, 2016
- Shady Pine November 30, 2015
- Tree Hangup November 28, 2015
- Christmas Characters in the Kitchen November 28, 2015
- The tears flowed – 1776, Heartache, Heritage and Happiness. | I am Pam Holland October 28, 2015
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Category Archives: Mid Week Retreat
I don’t usually like things that spin or twirl, but I do sort of like the first design of the day. The one above is more my style. The one above is my favourite for the day. Change two blocks … Continue reading
I would like the top right and bottom left as tiled floors, or maybe a mat Mind you, they would need a pretty large, empty space in the middle of a room to be seen to advantage! Too many points … Continue reading
This Electric Quilt project file is one which grew like topsy. There are over 500 designs in it, which were the result of a few days play, using pretty much all the Log Cabin block variations I could think of … Continue reading
Love the first one … should have saved it for last! Still like this … almost the same as the first, but with four blocks changed. Like the third … … and love the last. Just as well I didn’t … 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
Simple Log Cabin, Courthouse Steps, Thick and Thin or Curved Log Cabin blocks in not too exciting colours … … so that you will not be too distracted from the quilting. I am trying out some quilting designs to use, … Continue reading
This collection remind me of tartans … even though they don’t look like tartan! I love the little contrast of white in the red blocks. It is tempting to add them to every dark block, but I think they would … Continue reading
This series was started when St Patrick’s Day fell on a Wednesday … and I had started holding a bloggy mid-week Log Cabin retreat. This year it is an excuse to get into the mood for tomorrow! Tipping the blocks … Continue reading
Four very similar designs, using similar sets of blocks. Each design is just that little bit different to the others. Endless variety abounds in quilt design possibilities, and it is a pity more of the possibilities are not explored by … Continue reading