Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Some old starts, that need to be finished! and LOG CABIN LOONIES!!

 If you have been hanging out with me for a while, you recognize these quilts.  I made the tiny flowers first, but then enlarged the patterns to make the larger quilt.
 Lots more work to go!!  I do love this one, and it deserves a finish!!
This one just needs to be quilted.



Log Cabin Loonies!!

I have really enjoyed seeing all the log cabin quilts you have made...I am thinking that with the holidays coming, and flu season coming (read lots of hours of work at the hospital), that this will be the last of the Loonie posts for a while.  I have made a TON of progress on my log cabin quilts...nothing done to actually show, but lots of cutting and sewing, etc!!  Your quilts have all inspired me!!






So...link up below, and I have a fabric tower to give away, as the last gift...for now, LOL!  By the way?  I have given away a lot of fabric from my stash...which was one of the primary intentions, anyway...to share with all of you.









Julie




15 comments:

Karrin Hurd said...

Beautiful quilts. Good luck on the flu season! I need to g get my shot...

Julierose said...

Just lovely quilt...hugs, and thanks for hosting this fun SAL Julierose

Janet O. said...

I do remember these beautiful quilts. They deserve to come out and brighten your day again. So pretty!
I hope you will get some relaxing time, too, during the holiday/fly season.

Caryl @ cinnamon holiday workshop said...

Thank you so much Julie for doing the Log Cabin Loonies again! I have enjoyed making more log cabin blocks and I never get tired of making them. Such fun to see what everyone else is making too! AND I always enjoy following you and reading your blog!

Carole~Quilter on the hill said...

I love your two versions of Calico Garden, I would love to make one myself one day...sigh.

KaHolly said...

Gosh, I love applique! Such beautiful quilts! Wish I had the patience, ~sigh~

Rose Marie said...

Gorgeous, gorgeous applique!

Mary R. said...

Thanks so much for hosting log cabin loonies! I was inspired to dive into a huge bag of scraps and now I have a nearly-finished top and several ideas for more log cabin quilts to use up all those little scraps. It's been a lot of fun!

Anonymous said...

You inspired me with cutting strips to sew log cabin blocks and I love that you coined the phrase log cabin loonies so we will always be here working away on them when we can. Yes indeed busy times ahead which is why I never mind January and February months to sew at my leisure, Hope it’s a mild flu and illness season, I just got my shot yesterday so I was a little later than usual for me.
Happy Friday, Kathy

The Calico Cat said...

Love how you are adding leaves to the sashing.

Lori said...

WOW! What ambition!! Beautiful quilts!!

Anonymous said...

I loved being a part of Log Cabin Loonies! I have been working on a UFO, but I will continue to make more log cabin blocks, as time permits. Thank you Julie, your blog is an inspiration
and your quilts are beautiful. The applique quilt in the post is amazing.
Helen

Alycia Quiltygirl.com said...

Oh I was so slow to join in!! but maybe over the holidays I'll finish my start... and if you start up again!! I can link it ;-) I loved the inspiration!!

Karen said...

Love the setting for the flower quilt. Hurry and finish!

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