Log Cabin Week, Day Four
Welcome to Day Four, Thursday. Let's talk about curves! Here is my little model all dressed up in her prom dress with a tiny hat on her head, just hanging out on my desk with the geraniums. She is next to my Curvy Log Cabin quilt which, you will see in a bit, looks very much like Pac Man!
|Little Model lounging on my deck with the flowers|
This runner was made about 25 years ago and published in Quilt Magazine. I still own it and she's on my dining room table. The curves for this Log Cabin are created by using thin strips on two contiguous sides and thicker strips on the other two contiguous sides. Don't know what "contiguous" means? That's why we have Dictionary.com!
|Celestial curvy log cabin table runner|
|Beginnings with only silver and blue|
|Four different colored 6" Curvy Log Cabin Blocks|
|6" Curvy Log Cabin Trim Tool and the small scraps from trimming|
|Pac Man quilt made with twelve 6" Curvy Log Cabin blocks|
|12" Butterfly Block using 3 Curvy blocks and a plain square|
|Butterfly Quilt: 57" x 57"|
And a lovely quilt made by a quilt shop in Minnesota using multiple colors.
|Butterfly Quilt made by Quilting Divas Sewing Boutique in Minnesota|