Log cabin flimsy finish

Oops my bad!  
So sorry but I really did think that I had posted a photo of my finished Log Cabin (70" x 84").

Ta da!  Dang blast, there is a boo boo :(
Ah that's better.
Now I just have to buy some backing then its off to the long arm quilter for this top.

This is the reason that I forgot I had a flimsy finish to brag about....
Yep that's right - I am working on my Farm House Kitchen Basket quilt...again!
Lisa reminded me that I had taken this quilt away on our last two retreats....hmm that means its been on the WIP list for more then 2 years....does that make it a UFO?....perhaps I had better get to and finish it ASAP!
I have two more blocks to finish the sashing and neutral corners to put them on point, (one still needs a handle) and then I need to decided if I like this setting OR I want to go with the original setting, which was laid out with staggered vertical rows - so the neutral backgrounds make a zig zag.  But that requires me to make some half blocks :(
These blocks  are 17" finished, so in this setting and with the 9 patch border the finished quilt will be 80" x 80" .....hmm and its still summer and it was always going to be my summer bed quilt, if I can just finish it super quick!

Happy quilting Sue.



8 comments:

  1. Good thing you took a photo and saw your one block that needed to be rotated. Whew! Love your summer baskets. Hope you have time to work on it. They're super cute.

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  2. You are amazing, wish I could put them out like that. I have been working on one of my own quilts this morning, but takes time when decisions have to be made.

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  3. The log cabin quilt looks great. And I love how the baskets are looking. You are keeping busy! I am sewing together my Xmas present flannel jelly roll to make the rail fence design. Then it will be off to the fabric shop to find some co-ordinating fabric to make the quilt larger. Enjoy :)

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  4. Sue your log cabin quilt is just fantastic... I love it.... glad you sorted the booboo out... your baskets are coming up well two... just lovely work inboth of them...
    Hugz

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  5. Lucky catch! It looks great. I remember those basket blocks. I sense you are enjoying your time and obviously making the most of it.

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  6. Love your log cabin, it looks great. Pretty baskets too.

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  7. Love both of them, particularly the baskets (and the setting). I have a thing for baskets.

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  8. I love your log cabin quilt. That's another one on my someday list! :0)

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