I bought another log cabin quilt top. This one is from the 1930’s
It is hand and machine pieced.
it is 77″ x 82″ with a great variety of fabrics (click pictures to enlarge)
Different fabrics and settings can really change the look of a log cabin quilt. Here are a few examples from my collection of vintage tops and quilts that I have finished. (click pictures to enlarge)
Yesterday between rain showers I took a few butterfly pictures in my garden.
Since I was taking butterfly pictures I also took more flower pictures (click pictures to enlarge)
Next time some quilting updates
I have been able to get a bit of garden work done the last few days…..here are a few pictures I took this morning (click pictures to enlarge)
It sure is good to start seeing color!
I took some pictures of the garden today. I seem to begin to overlook it at this time of year, but it is still full of blooms….and bees!
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and here are some pictures of demos from floral design class…the first 3 designs are by Cindy Ching
And when I was at AQS in Grand Rapids I was interviewed by Bonnie Browning…here is the interview
Happy Quilting and happy Gardening
I am teaching a floral design class this evening and I cut some flowers from the garden to use.
While I was out there I decided to take some garden pictures. Click pictures to enlarge.