Monday, 2 March 2015

1/4 log cabin {a finished top}

















I've made some good progress on my scrappy AMH 1/4 log cabin quilt this week. I wanted it to be a good practical size, so I decided to make 10 more 13" x 13" blocks rather than simply adding a border. Thanx to everyone for the great advice here! So once a little bit more fabric had arrived for those corner squares, I set to sewing up more blocks from my fabric scraps. At our sewing day on Saturday I made the last few blocks, today I finished sewing the quilt top together, and I love it! Linking up with 'Oh Scrap' here

a bit more # 27
I see Rita from red pepper quilts has been busy with these 1/4 log cabins too
she's making 6 3/4" blocks 
and has posted a great tutorial if you are interested! 




9 comments:


  1. Love all the colours in your quilt... :)

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  2. Wow - looking good Linda!! Well done - this has come together really quickly!

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  3. I like these blocks, beautiful colors!
    Sometimes I think we have the same fabric stash ... :-)

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  4. Absolutely the right decision to add more blocks and not a border. Turned out beautifully!

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  5. It looks beautiful. I love all the blocks, and your layout.

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  6. Looks like it would be a perfect table cloth for summery outdoor lunches and dinners.
    So bright and cheerful.

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  7. This is awesome! Very inspiring.

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  8. I really le how you laid out your blocks. It is beautiful! Thanks for sharing with Oh Scrap!

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  9. Beautiful! And gosh, you got those last blocks finished so quickly!

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