Sunday, August 23, 2020

Oh Scrap! : Log Cabin Progress

 I have been making slow progress on my log cabin quilt.  Not because I haven't been actively working on it every week - but because the process of cutting and sewing all the small pieces takes a lot of time!





I did finish these two green circles this week.  They are composed of 1" and 1.5" strips.  The four log cabin blocks go together to make an 11" circle component.

A lot of time is spent digging through my scrap bins for the smallest of scraps that will work.




These two green circles meant I could finish up one of the larger sections of my quilt top.  This piece measures about 35".  




Here it is up with the other blocks I have completed.  Next I think I will add more purple and some small bits of red.  I am in no hurry to finish this one.  I actually enjoy digging through and petting all of my scraps.  I find it very therapeutic - messy but therapeutic!

In fact, I think I have to find some time this week to clean my sewing room.  There is not much table or ironing board space in there again.  And I might even get out the vacuum :)



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21 comments:

  1. Love where your log cabin blocks are going!

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  2. I love that teeny tiny log cabin; the seams must be wider than the "logs"!

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  3. I enjoy watching your log cabins come together and makes me want to do it too. But all that cutting time is what holds me back!

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  4. Those blocks make the neatest shapes! I should try some - I definitely have lots of long, thin strips piling up. A little studio clean-up is on my list this week, too! Have a great Sunday, Cyndy!

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  5. loving these mod looking log cabin blocks....very colorful!

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  6. Oh ho! The vacuum! In my house, that means deep cleaning, lol. I love where you are going with this project. Enjoy! ;^)

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  7. It's been fun to see this quilt progress bit by bit, Cynthia. Hoping you can save your sanity with a little studio clean-up this week!

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  8. Hi,
    Beautiful Log Cabin blocks...will make an awesome quilt when done...have a great day!

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  9. Messy and therapeutic is always good! Who knew log cabin blocks could be so versatile. (Well,I guess you did)!

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  10. So lovely! I find it therapeutic too... all the fabric sorting and finding treasures! Also messy!
    I will link up my log cabin loony post

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  11. Messy and therapeutic is something I'm on board with too!
    I love your log cabins - like fancy polka dots!

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  12. Log cabins and string quilts are indeed messy! I have run out of room to leave piles of scraps. And they need to out and visible! I’m not sure about therapeutic.....but definitely fun!

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  13. I love your log cabin blocks, especially the fact that you have different sizes and arrangements of the blocks. Looking great!

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  14. What? The vacuum cleaner? Really? Best of cleaning! I should follow your lead.... nah, maybe next week! Love your log cabin circles!

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  15. I love the curvy log cabin blocks. The pink one on the lower right looks like a seahorse. String blocks and log cabins do tend to leave messy surfaces everywhere, but oh what fun.
    Pat

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  16. You are certainly doing fun things with those curves.

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  17. Your log cabin quilt is looking fabulous!

    Michelle

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  18. Your blocks are fabulous! That's jut too small for me! LOL

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  19. I've been at sea too long: I read those shapes as SOS! This quilt doesn't need any maritime assistance. It's going to be great all on its own :)

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  20. Very beautiful. The log cabin block is such a classic blocks with so many variations to be made. You're doing a great job!

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