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Tag Archives: Curved Log Cabin Blocks
I think I would like the backs of these designs as much, if not more, than the front. Another option would be to make all the blocks in very pale washed out colours, not just the light areas. I love … Continue reading
A very interesting design for any time of the year, in any colours too. A nice neat and tidy design. Same design, with a little bit of extra colour. With only three logs on each side of these designs they … Continue reading
The red fabrics look sparkly! I already have far too many Christmas decorations but I really want to print a whole heap of quilt designs to use on Christmas trees, and as banners. Perhaps I will have to cull some … Continue reading
I rather like the first design, though I think I would like it better on the floor than on a bed. Very interesting. What if I change the light fabrics to dark and vice versa, and change a few blocks. … Continue reading
Not a bit mix up in the first design. More mixed up in the second, which I like because it is less boring to make a mixture of blocks rather than 64 identical blocks. Looks like a willy-willy (or whirlwind) … Continue reading
In today’s selection of Log Cabin variations I have used just five variations, and one of them has been used just four times in one design. The changes are rather subtle, but interesting. The changes could be used in real … Continue reading
As usual on Wednesdays I share more quilt designs than other days of the week so you can have a longer coffee break sometime during the day. This week while you have your very short retreat from the mad, mad … Continue reading
Not even many variations of the curved Log Cabin blocks in the first design, and none of the rest of the variations of Log Cabin that are included in the + sign in the title. Interesting mix of curves and … Continue reading
The title of this project file indicates it uses on point settings and the plus sign indicates that the blocks include variations of the basic Log Cabin block. The first design above uses variations of colouring mostly, but there are … Continue reading