In all my years of quilting, I have never made a log cabin quilt. I don't know what the hesitation was but I'm so glad I finally decided to try it. I am finished with the 50 blocks and now have to work on setting triangles, corner triangles and borders. I'm loving the way it is all coming together. I can see more log cabin quilts in the future. It is such a great way to use up scraps. What are you working on today?
The Log Cabin was my very first Quilt in a Day quilt. I loved Eleanor Burns technique and have used her QIAD method for over 20 years. Today I am working on binding some unfinished projects :-)ReplyDelete
Very nice! Lots of Boi-yoi-yoi-ing eye appeal~ReplyDelete
Just absolutely FABULOUS!! Love your color choices.
Will you hand quilt?? or machine??
Be sure to show us, when it is finished.
I have the soul of a quilter, just not the time.... One of these days....
I am doing a WAY over due upholstery project today.. : )
That is going to be a gorgeous quilt!!
I am sew liking it! I have started a log cabin quilt too, I hope to work on it some today...ReplyDelete
I love the colours you have chosen!!!
This is beautiful! I just found you through Koralee and love your blog! Your projects are inspiring :)ReplyDelete
Beautiful. The log cabin pattern is one of my all time favorites. I don't think I've ever seen a log cabin quilt I haven't liked.ReplyDelete
Your log cabin quilt looks great, nice contrast of colours. Your daughter looks beautiful all dress up in her special dress.ReplyDelete
Love your log cabin quilt, it looks just adorable!ReplyDelete
It is beautiful! Great job!ReplyDelete
I have never made a Log Cabin, but have had it on my list for a long time. I love, love, love the colors you went with. I am thinking the Log Cabin will move up on my list.ReplyDelete
It is so pretty. I love the way you have arranged the blocks. I'm working on the backing for a quilt top I just finished up. For some reason the top was quicker than the backing. go figure!ReplyDelete
Love the colours... does this also come off your Christmas list :) Log cabin was the first block I attempted :) Happy crafting, JennyReplyDelete
Gorgeous quilt. I love the colors...ReplyDelete
I just found your blog by reading my friend Carrie's birthday wishes:)ReplyDelete
You have a wonderful blog and I see that you are a sister in Christ Jesus. It is always so wonderful to meet more sisters:)
Your log cabin is so beautiful and I have never made a log cabin either...and I've been quilting for 17 years! I started out making complicated ones. Don't know what I was thinking or who I was kidding! lol
This year I am sticking with the smaller stuff.
Blessings in Christ,
Wow. I love it! It's going to be gorgeous when it's completed.ReplyDelete
All I can say is- Ohhhhh Myyyyy!!!ReplyDelete
Don't you just love that word...ReplyDelete
PROGRESS...and my oh my, this to me in an elevated Log Cabin...and I mean modern, colorful, not drabby in any way...I really am not for dark quilts..this to me screams...LOG CABIN in the sun...but that is me...lol
Log cabin quilts have always been one of my favorite patterns. One of my first quilts was a log cabin.ReplyDelete