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Tag Archives: Log Cabin
It is mid week again, which means time for a very short retreat from the world at large to look at some Log Cabin designs. I like the windmill in the centre of the one above. All the blocks are … Continue reading
Interesting! Not a big change, and it is still interesting. More change this time, but not sure that I like it as much as the first two. Another interesting one, but I prefer the first two. As always, more next … Continue reading
I usually like designs which have dark frame around the central design, plus a dark border but with a small contrast between the border and the dark … like the one above. However, I love the one above, without that … Continue reading
Sixty four Log Cabin blocks … size of blocks optional … just the layout varies in six designs today. I like the first one, and the second … … and the third. I can’t pick a favourite yet. Another interesting … Continue reading
Love it. In fact I love all of these. Even though I know I mixed up Log Cabin and assorted Irish Chain blocks for this series, I have to look hard to see how … though perhaps that is because the … Continue reading
One of the great things about blogging on WordPress is that you can schedule ahead. One of the worst things about that is that I miss significant dates, because they are a week or more away from the time I … Continue reading
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
Looks like a stack of crowns in each corner. Perhaps we could have this Log Cabin mid week retreat in a palace. Much more conventional layout, but not the usual blocks. Like this one! Love it! Worthy of being surrounded … Continue reading
Interesting. More interesting. The one above is almost mundane in this company. I like it! I like it like that too!