Friday, September 7, 2018

More Logs

There have been so many pretty log cabin blocks popping up in my blog feed, I thought I would share a photo of a log cabin variation that was recently sent to me by a student in one of my classes.




This quilt was made using my Spin! quilt pattern.  I went down to southern Oregon and taught a couple classes in mid-August and a week later, I received this photo of a finished top.  
How is that for fast!
I really like the orange and yellow color combination!



I don't think I shared this photo of this pretty version either.  Cheryl used a rose print in her log cabins and then designed a trellis border to go around it.  So very creative!




And fairly recently, I quilted up this lavender and dark purple version for a client.
I always love to see these on my longarm frame!

If you are in the PNW and want me to come teach a class or two or share some of my quilts in a trunk show, feel free to contact me.  I still have spots open for 2019.

And if you have made a quilt using Spin! or any of my patterns, I would love to see it!





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10 comments:

  1. I am waiting for a red and white top to be quilted.

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  2. Where are you in the PNW? I'm in Victoria and there are THREE quilt guilds in town. At least one of them might be interested in a visit from you.

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  3. Hi Cindy, I haven't got my quilt group together yet but was wondering what it would cost to have you come teach a class? Love your spinning log cabin. :)

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  4. You must be SEW proud of your students. Those quilts are AWESOME!!

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  5. Beautiful curvy cabins...hugs, Julierose

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  6. It's so fun to see the same pattern in different fabrics. Those three are gorgeous, but the deep purple lavender one is my favorite.

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  7. I love those curvy cabins!! Just gorgeous, in every color!!

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