Log Cabin Quilting

I started working on this quilt in January.   See that post here https://timquilts.com/2015/01/21/log-cabin-inspiration/

The fabrics are P&B Textiles Color Weave Medley

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here is the finished top

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and here is the post about marking it for quilting https://timquilts.com/2015/03/19/marking-with-a-helper/

I started the quilting in one corner.

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Teddy wanted a hand quilting lesson.

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I finished one corner

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Teddy is checking our work.

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here is the back

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3/4 of the quilting to go….

here are more pictures (click pictures to enlarge)

Happy Quilting

Tim

13 thoughts on “Log Cabin Quilting

  1. Mary says:

    I hope Teddy has a good thimble!

  2. Lorij says:

    You quilt so fast. Seems like you just started this yesterday☺. Does your
    back or hands and arms bother you from working at the frame for a long period of time? Sometimes, if I start early morning. And quilt for a couple of hours I have back and arm issues. I have to stop and do something else then start again. If I work for 3 or 4 hours then sometimes I’m not able to quilt for a day or two because of pain.
    You’re very blessed. And, you do such beautiful work. Happy quilting.

  3. Deb says:

    I really like the circular motion on the square! I believe Teddy’s wants a little scratch behind his ear for all his hard work of posing.:)

  4. audrey says:

    Great stitching pattern for this particular quilt! The fabrics are wonderful. Love them!

  5. Teresa says:

    I so love your work. Thank you again for sharing. — Teddy knows what a talented teacher he lives with. No wonder he wants a lesson.

  6. Lorij says:

    TEDDY looks very serious about his inspecting😊. Beautiful quilting.

  7. […] is a post about the quilting https://timquilts.com/2015/03/24/log-cabin-quilting/.  I started the hand quilting on the 24th. It is a very simple design so it went quickly.  (still […]

  8. sandra styve says:

    do you do a lot of turning your quilt to be in the rite position to sew? i see you use a lot of easy one direction quilting that you don;t have to maneuver the quilt in a certain position ..i have to maneuver mine quite a lot be cause of the quilting design..

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