Friday, April 26, 2013

A Need to Finish

A Need to Finish  project!

A nice gal emailed and said she had some fabric - would I be interested in it? Well - YES!  There were some great big pieces for backs for Quilts of Valor, and there was this:

Log Cabin -ish blocks, but they are missing a corner..... so I kept digging....


And I found little triangles, they look like they could fit across the corner-less pieces.

And then I found these.....

And as I kept looking, I found bigger log cabin blocks, with more of a corner missing.....

And of course, every good unfinished project has a pile.
strips and big pieces - so I really should be able to finish this.


The only problem is... I don't really KNOW what it is supposed to be, or look like, or..... so tell me.... do you have any ideas????

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7 comments:

Missy Shay said...

This will be interesting, kind of like putting together a jigsaw puzzle without the picture!

Reese @ Quilty Reese said...

That sounds like fun! A quilt puzzle!

Snowcatcher said...

I like the idea of log cabin squares on point, but I'm clueless what this quilter might have been planning. I think it will be great, whatever you do with it.

Renee said...

I'd chop those unfinished log cabins in half and then sew them together with the other half ones. Might look awful though?

Elaine M said...

Nice blocks with fun colors. Looks like set on point and a block is missing. Almost like a "Granny Square" block or part of one. Hard to solve the puzzle without all the pieces.

Elizabeth said...

About 5 years ago I was given someones UFO that looked very much like yours. I trimmed the light side into a straight edge and added a triangle of background fabric to complete the square blocks which I set on-point. I can send you an image of the finished quilt if you are interested. Good luck.

Esther F. said...

My idea was that is was on point too. Could you make four like the biggest, and than attach them so you end up with a Square in the centre!