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Log Cabin Baby Blocks 16, 17, 18, 19 and 20

Another way to use Baby Blocks.

Start with a diamond, add strips on all sides, just like Log Cabin, but with the angles changed.

Interesting results … like the floating points around the outside. 36 more words


Log Cabin Leaf Central 6, 7, and 8

I like this series … I can almost believe there are leaves falling from trees any time of year.

Most of the native trees in Australia are not deciduous, but the European trees here are just about fully covered with leaves to give us shade during summer, then change colour in a few months time. 19 more words


Curved Cornerstones 13, 14, 15, 16 and 17

I love designing new blocks. Then I have to work out if they work in quilt designs.

The five designs I have added today are from  the days when I was still very much testing the Curved Cornerstone blocks. 73 more words


Less Logs in the Cabin 31, 32, 33, 34 and 35

Love the first one!

The rest are all OK too.

The edging is interesting … in the one above, and in the one below.

The centre above a bit blocky, but interesting. 26 more words


Log Court 71, 72, 73, 74 and 75

If you only want to make 25 Log Cabin variation blocks, and you want a king size quilt, you make big blocks, but if you want a baby quilt, you make small blocks. 141 more words


Cornerstones + 34

Warm colours with a touch of green … need the warmth at the moment, as it is rather cool outdoors at the moment, the weeds are growing despite the cold though! 70 more words


Almost to the Borders on 'Snow In October' Quilt!


I love the feeling of progress!

I  have the last few corner blocks to go then the middle section will be finished!

Here’s some detail of the brown logs…      … 135 more words