Monday, April 08, 2019

Log Cabin Progress

Whoot Whoot!!

Our one Log Cabin Quilt top - now has enough blocks!!

Ta! Da!

So this is where it was on my design wall - Each block measures 10 inches and I wanted a 60 ish by 80 ish quilt.... That was the goal ( ish)

Then I went to  a track meet - watched this kid.... He's kinda my favorite runner right now.

Stopped by My friend Linda's, as  she had collected the blocks our other quilters were making. *( I had had to leave for the stupid dentist, from our sew session)   

and I put the rest of the blocks up, Moved a a few around - and then!


hopefully this evening I will get it Rowed!!

Linking to:
Brag about your BEauties
Oh Scrap
Design Wall Monday
Moving it Forward
BOM's Away at Katie Mae


Bonnie said...

I like how you placed those blocks. It's going to be a great quilt. Happy rowing! (It took me a minute to figure out what you meant by rowed. But the lightbulb finally went on!)

Kat Scribner said...

Fabulous log cabin ... love it, Alycia !

Preeti said...

Oh my goodness, I can already tell that this will become a breathtakingly beautiful quilt. Hope your tooth did not give too much of a problem.
The dude is handsome and a runner!!! Deadly combination :-)

Lynette said...

Very pretty. I really like off-set cabin blocks. The wavy lines they create are so attractive.

AnnieO said...

Looks great on that track :) ---oh, and the quilt is fantastic! Love a barn raising setting.

The Joyful Quilter said...

What a gorgeous quilt that is going to be! Track season? Run, Lil' Bit, run!!!

barbara woods said...

love your log cabin

Anja @ Anja Quilts said...

It looks great!

Pat said...

I love it!

Elizabeth V Kelbaugh said...

Love the kindly wavy log cabin blocks and the setting. Great job!

Julie said...

I love how bright and cheery this is! What fun.

Rebecca Grace said...

Oh my gosh, Alicia -- that's going to be stunning! I love the red, white and blue color scheme, and your setting is really cool. I hope the dentist was nice to you and that you're happily stitching those blocks together now!