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Less Logs in the Cabin 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10

First three designs have just tiny changes.

These are the sort of changes I would make when piecing a top together … not always intentionally. 146 more words


Log Cabin Blues 25, 26, 27 and 28


If I look at the light I would like to change it, but if I look at the dark I like the design.

I would try using a brighter dark, or a softer light to balance the shades to make the part of the design I like the dominant part of the design. 26 more words


Logs on the Pile 31, 32, 33, 34 and 35

Like that first one!

This one too.

I have been to a real quilt retreat with some wonderful friends, had a wonderful time, but did very few stitches. 62 more words


City Courthouse 46, 47, 48, 49 and 50

The five designs today show how a design might progress as you realize the fabric you have won’t quite stretch to fit the original design. 81 more words


Red and White Logs 71, 72, 73, 74 and 75

I had forgotten that this project file was empty of designs I hadn’t shared … so I made some new ones.

The one above looks like a logo for something! 44 more words


Logs on Point + Extras 48, 49, 50 , 51 and 52

It seems to me that somebody is adding two Wednesdays to the week as they seem to come around very quickly!

In the second design for the day I have replaced four blocks, and twisted eight 180 degrees … I like the second one much more than the first one. 65 more words


Curved Cornerstones 17, 17, 18, 19 and 20

Middle of the week again … I think I will nominate it for the fastest week of the year!

Time for a quiet little retreat with Log Cabin blocks … so we can forget that the new financial year is well and truly underway. 114 more words