The light/dark shading highlights design changes so there are almost endless ways to set log cabins. In fact, they are the same ways you can set HSTs.
One yard of a Jane Sassaman print is extended with men's shirting leftovers purchased in NYC several years ago. The finish on the shirting material makes it shimmer like polished cotton. It also makes it wrinkle resistant and cool - the opposite of flannel, very welcome in hot Texas.
I'm not as happy with the free-motion quilting loops I made on the lights. The darks were ditch-stitched with a walking foot.
Size: 44" x 44"
Pattern: Log Cabin variation
Batting: Mountain Mist Cream Rose 100% cotton
Thread: Gutermann cotton sewing thread in navy and white
Quilting: Straight line with walking foot and free motion loops
- Four patch log cabin
- Making tops as leader/enders
- First zig zag log cabin
- Variable star variation
- Barn raising variation
- Sunshine and shadow variation
Edit: Linked to Finish it up Friday where there's always loads to see.
Enjoy the day,