Happy Saturday- I'm late for a Fun For Friday and I'm early for a Tuesday post. I've lost a week due to an unwelcome, unwanted and unappreciated virus. Perhaps you've heard my cough it has been a "cough heard 'round the world" kind of thing.
Here is my 18 year old UFO Log Cabin quilt top so far:
Look at these striking combinations. The blocks are 10" square-ish. There appears to be a heavy trimming hand at work here.
As you can see, it is a everything and the kitchen sink mash up.
I have 35 blocks that still need to be set. All this just sitting around, moving to 2 different homes, across state lines and through many US Presidents. And why? I think it's the general weirdness of the overall combination of dated fabrics.
Can it be saved? Should it be saved?
Here is a project I finished before the plague set it. I think I'll name it "Inauguration Day". It is made up of patriotic prints.
The backing is an Americana toile fabric.
It has found a home on our family room dining table.
Stay warm and well and have a great Weekend!