...and the crafting I get done in between all the activity of three very busy boys.
I have seen this photo and was trying to figure out how it was a log cabin. Thanks. And I love the colors with the neutrals. pretty.
I love all the greens, too!
So springy and fresh! Lovin' the greens!!
I can't see it!! Ahhh I hate it when that happens, so you will have to post more pictures when you get the blocks together. But so far I really like the traditional log block :D
That is a neat pattern! Love the variations in green too! Jenn
i can't wait to try this one! i really like this book!
i meant of course to say that i really like YOUR quilt.
I loved all the inspiration from the last post. I see things that way too.Can't wait to see "the big picture" of this one!
Love your take on this block -- the patchwork background is fun, too!
this looks amazing!!! you do such a beautiful job every time.
Very cool! I like it!!
Awesome! I love the variations of green.
That turned out so beautiful. It took me a little to figure out how you sew it. But if I am right it is quite simple. I love simple patterns! Greeting from Berlin *Floh*
Just found you via Bakeshop project - Charming Windows pillows.And I land to see your crosses... so cool!
I love your version of the modern cross quilt. All those different greens behind the neutrals looks so cool!!
omg! I have been doing sketches for a 'plus' quilt & I have a few greens on my list (kona grass, lime, cactus, spearmint, avocado..) I hate that I can't see the actual colours together, have been seriously been thinking about cutting up my colour card! Which colours did you use?(if they are Kona) They look great together :)
i love how you made this quilt your own! the various greens in the background is a genius idea. i loved this quilt on the cover of the book immediately.
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