Here are my February little log cabin offerings. I made theses two mug rugs for my buddies out of left over blocks from my "Cabin Fever" quilt. After 18 years, I had to use them in some way.
I'm calling these "Slave Quarters" because they are 1 room log cabins.
I selected the backings based on my friends interests. I also attached the scrappy binding log cabin style.
Here is a Pretty In Pink courthouse step dolly quilt I made for Diane's Birthday. We both love double pinks. She currently has a great liberated log cabin on her blog from the same era as mine.
I chose this backing because we also both love lettering and script on fabrics.
And finally a blast from the past. Here is a funky little liberated log cabin doll quilt that I made at the same 1995 Gwen Marston retreat as my recently finished quilt.
This one is made of all plaids with a yellow center, which is called light in the window.
The backing is scrappy leftovers.
I unearthed several little doll quilt tops while cleaning out the sewing room. They are nice small projects that I can work on while the sorting and cleaning continues.
I'll be on hiatus for Friday as I'm going to the QuiltFest of NJ. I'll share some photos soon.