Sunday, June 28, 2020

Oh Scrap! : More Log Cabin Blocks

Even though this month is supposed to be all about pink scraps, I decided to get out my blue scrap bins and make a few more log cabin blocks.



I pulled some navy, teal and medium blue shades for my next three circles.



I am trying to focus on using a lot of my print fabrics so each block has a lot of interest.




Here are all the blocks I have finished so far.  The purple circles is 22" wide, the blue ones will finish at 15" I think and the pink ones will make 11" circles.  Now I need to empty one of my design walls so I can lay these out and start making a bunch of filler blocks.  The rest of the blocks are all small in size so the cutting is going to take a LONG time.  But I am using a number of the small strings filling up my scrap bins so I am pleased to start seeing those get used.

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15 comments:

  1. I love that circular log cabin block! Yours are looking great, Cynthia!

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  2. I love the log cabin in those shapes - so different than your ordinary square log cabin pattern

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  3. I find it so interesting that rectangles can get together and look like curves.

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  4. Yeah, what Cathy said!
    I've been fascinated with this block for a long time - yours are especially appealing! I'm looking forward to your finish on this one!

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  5. Those are such great blocks! I enjoy seeing how you're using all those different prints together and they work. Having different sizes of the blocks will make for a really interesting quilt design! Have a great Sunday, Cyndy!

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  6. You do know you are making me drool again don't you!! One of these days I will make these-notice I didn't say which year, LOL.

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  7. I'm looking forward to seeing those blocks up on your design wall, Cynthia!

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  8. i really like those....thanks for the inspiration!

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  9. I really need to make these one day! Do you have a go to pattern? I love the pretty little pink ones...but they are all beautiful and will be a gorgeous quilt in the end!

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  10. Like most of the commentators, I'm looking forward to see it on your design wall as I have no idea what you will do next. I love anticipation! ;^)

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  11. Those RSC log cabins are looking great. It's a wonderful block for using up little strips and strings that you couldn't bear to part with!

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  12. Your log cabin blocks are looking terrific. Do they take a long time to actually sew or is the time spent prepping the strips? Just curious.

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  13. Your blocks are looking fabulous!

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  14. Loving these Log Cabin blocks of yours, looking forward to seeing some of them up on the design wall.

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  15. Mmmm LOVE those!!! You make the best use of your scraps!

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