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Tag Archives: Log Cabin Mid Week Retreat
Log Cabin blocks are constructed with squares and rectangles … no curves … but with a bit of a twist to some of the variations of the basic design we can make spiderwebs. Or perhaps it is just tying shapes … Continue reading
I wondered if Log Cabin would work with washed out colours … like a quilt which has been washed many times. When I tried the first design I thought I might look for less contrast for the darkest fabric. I … Continue reading
Courthouse Steps is a variation of the Log Cabin block … the difference between the two is that to piece a Log Cabin block, you work around the centre square, to piece a Courthouse Steps block you work on opposite … Continue reading
Yes, it is the middle of the week again. Sometimes I get the feeling the middle gets here so quickly that we must be missing some of the other days of the week! Love the first two … so completely different … Continue reading
When I first thought of playing with Log Cabin borders I didn’t intend to put very much inside the borders. That thought held for a very short time! I had to put something in the middle … and it grew … Continue reading
Very interesting design. Interesting, but I like the first ones more than this one. More interest, specifically the straight zigzag lines which give a fleeting impression of blocks set straight … until you focus on the logs in the blocks. … Continue reading
Eight arms to hold you! I like the second version better … the arms are not so likely to get tangled! My favourite Log Cabin design, but with curves. A lighter version of Barn Raising with curves. I like the … Continue reading
OK< it looks Christmassy in those colours, but I would like to cut the contrast a bit … but then it wouldn’t look so Christmassy! I do have a Christmas quilt to go on our bed, but I love playing … Continue reading