Friday, April 15, 2022

A scrappy Log Cabin Finish and...... Finished ( or not) Friday!!

 Whoot Whoot - You made it to the end of the week!

To be honest - I like everyday - and because I have essentially the same set of chores everyday - Fridays or weekends don't matter much....  but!! Today it does - because we get to celebrate FINISHES!!!!

Here is my Little Finish for this week!


Remember that horrible wind? Well - I have one horse trailer turned to help block the wind so that I can work on my horses.  Who knew that would help me actually be able to get a photograph!!!!




I just love all of these scraps!! and I had fun quilting it with lines 



it is even bound . I will get it washed and it will got to my local Hospice. Ta-da!!

And now it is your turn!!!   let us help celebrate your finish!!


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19 comments:

Jenny K. Lyon said...

Hmm, horse trailer as photo prop - who knew, lol? Nice take on the quilting of your log cabin. I don't know how you get so much done in a week. Fav Easter dessert - Angel Food cake with strawberries and whipped cream.

Elizabeth V Kelbaugh said...

Fabulous scrappy log cabin finish. It is classic.

Delighted Hands said...

Beautiful quilt; the stitching is perfect for your log cabins!

Sandy said...

So cool! Log cabins are great stash/scrap busters, and the possibilities are endless. I love yours!

Cathy said...

I've never seen a Log Cabin quilt I did not love.

Melva said...

I love that quilting and those scrappy log cabins make my heart swoon!

Linda Swanekamp said...

Such a very beautiful- done- quilt!

Yvonne from Quilting Jetgirl said...

I do remember the wind and that's great that a horse trailer blocked it enough. The quilt looks wonderful, the lights and darks balance each other so well. And another quilt fully bound, too. Nice!!

Ivani said...

Love this quilt and quilting.

Sara said...

Log cabins always make such a great quilt, no matter which layout you choose. After having a couple of days of 40-60 mph winds, it's only mildly breezy today. But it's sure cold here in SD.

Sylvia@Treadlestitches said...

Mmm, a scrappy log cabin! Gorgeous quilting, too. What could be better? Such a nice donation.

Neta in NE said...

I love Log Cabins and that one is outstanding! I don't know how you get so much done! Great job!

Snowcatcher said...

You made those leftovers look as though they belong together! Really pretty! The quilting is great, too. That was one of the first things I noticed, the beautiful straight lines. I really admire your work!

Michelle Churchman said...

Gorgeous log cabin quilt, Alycia!

Preeti said...

Gorgeous quilt, lovely quilting and a worthy cause. You are a rock star, Alycia!!!

The Joyful Quilter said...

Congrats on working your way through a pile of fabric scraps (and on the resulting quilt finish, too!!)

Astrid said...

Congrats on the finish! Love your scrappy log cabin, it's beautiful! Happy Easter!

Veronica Lee said...

Beautiful log cabin finish!

Congrats on the fantastic job!

Michele said...

It's a great finish. Nicely done.