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Tag Archives: Log Cabin Block Variations
I have rarely seen a Log Cabin Quilt in pretty pink, but this project file is proof that it works. Of course, the designs would work in other colours, but sometimes I like to break the mold. The design above … Continue reading
Very interesting! I have turned eight blocks around, and not anywhere near as interesting. Not too sure that I like the design above, but it might appeal to some people. Like the one above … not too fussy, almost simple, … Continue reading
Interesting. Very interesting. It is going to be hard for me to pick a favourite today … maybe the one above. Another interesting one! How about seeing them all together. I think I will settle for the first one as … Continue reading
Time for a short break. this weeks selection of Log Cabin designs are set on point, and use a variety of the Log Cabin variations. I am wondering if I could use the outer part of the first one as … Continue reading
This challenge is to draw some Log Cabin blocks. There are quite a few Log Cabin blocks ready to use in the electric Quilt block library, but although it is a traditional design, there are many variations on the size … Continue reading
Just twenty five Log Cabin blocks in each of today’s designs. More correctly, there are 25 Courthouse Step blocks … a slight variation of the Log Cabin block. That makes one of these designs a weekend project to complete the … Continue reading