Monday, 6 February 2012

Little Log Cabin Trees become a little quilt top!

Well, I just couldn't resist joining them together!
It was a work of art squeezing enough white fabric out of the bits I had left from a previous project to make sashings and setting triangles but I made it with just inches to spare.
This was my version of a Super Bowl Sew In as I had it on TV last night while I stitched - just up to the Madonna half time show.

I haven't made many quilts 'on point' but it is something we have been discussing in my Tuesday quilt class so I thought it would be good to have a go. There you go I was 'working' after all!

I have now cut some of the very thin strips in the original bag for a very skinny border and then I need some more white on white to finish it off.

Rob is now on his way to Heathrow and my parents are on their way to Scotland so it should be a quiet week around here (hopefully!)


Sandra Wyman said...

Very impressed - both with the quilt and the speed with which it was made!

Leo said...

wow .. your forest grew fast!

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Karen said...

It looks great! and freakily we were just watching the Madonna half time show as I was reading this! :o)

Kath Garvey said...

Your little log cabin trees have turned out wonderful. Your piecing looks superb !!!

Silvinha said...

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