Tag Archives: Baby Blocks

Log Cabin Baby Blocks 56, 57, 58, 59, 60

The Log Cabin designs this week are good candidates for foundation piecing, though I don’t think you would need a foundation for the solid blocks around the edge of the first one. The second one has a few set in … Continue reading

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Playing with Baby Blocks 7, 8

Not the normal sort of design on these baby blocks, they are more for grown ups. Wouldn’t it be fun to have some blocks on a shelf for us to play with … we could spend a few minutes several … Continue reading

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Log Cabin Baby Blocks 46, 47, 48, 49, 50

I am not sure that a log cabin with so many sharp corners would be easy to furnish, but a Log Cabin quilt would be warm and cosy. The one above has some wonderful shapes to show off some interesting … Continue reading

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Playing with Baby Blocks 6

Something to play with! One for a child would have to have lots of toys and letters, so I must add a grown up one with lots of different things on the blocks, rather than the repeats like this one. … Continue reading

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Playing with Baby Blocks 5

Interesting.

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Playing with Baby Blocks 2

Interesting!

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Playing with Baby Blocks 1

Baby blocks for grown ups! This series is the result of a class … while demonstrating something I saved a setting from the Electric Quilt 7 library, with just a couple of blocks added. Started playing sometime later, and found … Continue reading

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