These Log Cabins quilt tops show two of the many ways that you can set Log Cabin blocks. These are small quilt tops and will go to Project Linus after they are quilted and bound. Sorry, I don't know the names of the settings. I think the second one might be called "Furrows." The strips were cut from a layer cake.
This pattern comes from a tutorial by Missouri Star Quilt Company. It is called Attic Windows with a panel. The picture makes it look like it is bigger on the bottom, but it is all the same size. Camera distortion, I guess. Or maybe camera operator distortion!!!!!
This one is called "Basic Math" and is from the Moda Bake Shop. There is a rhyme and reason to the layout, but it is very very hard to tell.. It was made from a layer cake called Mixology. Still needs to be quilted.
This next one is a` pinwheel pattern and is fun to do. It's a Fons and Porter pattern. It's quilted and ready to go.
This one is a panel. I think some little girl will like this one. This one is also quilted and ready to go.
Finished the redwork sampler with a piano key border. I was over a year embroidering the blocks----I only worked on them during our Sit and Sew meetings on Tuesdays. Now I need to find something else to do for handwork!!! The pattern is from Red Brolly, a New Zealand company.
This is one of the blocks. There's also chickens and pigs and "Fresh Eggs." Lots of fun!
This pink quilt is one of two that are the same. Fun and easy to do.
This is Bricks and Stepping Stones from Bonnie Hunter's website, Quiltville. She has wonderful patterns and ideas on her website. Both quilts will go to Project Linus. This quilt uses up the last of 400 3.5" x 6.5" rectangles that were given to each of the members of the DFW Gang to use in quilts. I have 8 rectangles left over!
This was a very easy pattern to do and fun because it went so fast!!!! Pattern is from Craftsy and is called Easy Fat Quarter Cot Quilt. It is free! Going to make several of these since it uses just 6 fat quarters. I have lots of packs of 6 fat quarters!!!! Next time, I'll plan the placement of colors a little better!!!!
This is my second Skateboard quilt. So much fun putting these together. Thanks to my dear friend Debi for giving me the 3.5" x 6.5" squares. This pattern is in the last issue of BLOCK Magazine put out by the Missouri Quilt Company. This is a great magazine with no ads in it and each time (every other month) you get 10 patterns. They are great patterns. I'm really excited to be planning a trip to Missouri Quilt Company in Hamilton, Missouri sometime this summer.
. From what I have read, they have 6 quilt shops open in downtown Hamilton. There may be more, since I think they opened up 2 more just last week. Can you tell I am excited??!!!
Courtyard quilt is a free pattern from Cloud 9 fabrics. I used up all my leftover Joel Dewberry fabrics from a couple of quilts I did this Spring. Felt good to empty out a box! Now on to the next project! My friend, Debi gave me a bag with 400+ 3.5" x 6.5" rectangles of fabric. I already used some in the skateboard quilt I made last week. think I will try Bonnie Hunter's pattern "Lozenges" and use some of them up!!!
Got this pattern and holder in Houston last fall. I like classical music and thought this was a good pattern to show that.
We are having rain and lots of it here in North Texas. Finally having sunshine the last 2 days. Many roads are still closed. I feel so sorry for the people who have flooding of their homes and businesses.
I finished the skateboard quilt. It is in the latest copy of BLOCK magazine. Thanks Debi for the fabric rectangles!! She gave away bags of over 400 pieces of fabric cut in to 3.5 x 6.5 inches. Since the rectangles were a different size than the ones in the pattern, I had to re-size the other pieces so everything fit together. Good challenge for my brain!!!! This one will go to