Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Playing with blocks!

Just playing, here...another layout!  Something is wrong on the left side...I will figure it out and play more later.    It is much easier to see in the picture.  I hope each of you has a wonderful day today!!

Julie

20 comments:

Karen said...

Log Cabin style quilt blocks can be fun to play with. Turn them and a whole new design appears.

Karen - Quilts...etc. said...

always love log cabins

Kathleen Schwitzner said...

That left side thing adds a cool element! Love this layout for inspiration!

Lori said...

Fun layout! I always find my layout errors in photos!!

Just Ducky said...

there's more than something wrong on the left side! On the right side your blocks are out of kilter too.

Julierose said...

Lovely quilt--some blocks just don't want to play by the rules lol hugs, Julierose

Dolores said...

Funny how you got the top and bottom row correct. You need a map - or a diagram. It helps. It's a very pretty quilt.

Sharon said...

Photos are the best way to see layout errors. I did the exact thing yesterday. LOVE this scrappy Log cabin, best kind!

Loris said...

Try the right row added to the left...

Lesley said...

There is always so much potential with log cabin blocks. Have fun arranging...going to be a very pretty quilt!

Janet O. said...

Too many fun options! How will you ever decide?

Nancy said...

I have also been playing with log cabin blocks today.
I think I am going with a zig zag setting.

Rosa said...

Have fun playing-Love the layout!!

Rebecca in AK said...

Nice to have these pretty blocks to play with. You could leave it just like this and call it the Hashimoto setting!

Chantal said...

Not always easy to lay out the blocks! Even more so when we think it is a simple block and it will go without a stink. Sorry to say but I think both sides need a little tuning. Other than that, it looks great and I love it. At least you don't have to rip the seams. ;^)

Flickenstichlerin said...

Dear Julei,
you are so creative, I think just 3 blocks need to be turned so the white starts on top to continue the Zig-Zag.
Looking forward for which layout you will go for.
Greetings,
Sylvia

Sharon said...

Fabulous looking quilt...are you aiming for a zig-zag? It is going to be a fun quilt...you are so darn creative!

em's scrapbag said...

Love the colors in your log cabin blocks! Have fun playing with the design.

Vic in NH said...

The blocks are so pretty! hope you get them the way you like them.

Carla A Few Of My Favorite Things said...

I just finished 81 log cabin blocks that I need to play with. May be the hardest part of making this quilt. Love your blocks!