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Sunday, February 21, 2010

Friday Night Sewing and an OPAM

Once again I've made some progress on those Log Cabin blocks.

If it wasn't for Heidi and the Friday Night Sew-In, I would have just sat in front of the TV but because it was Friday night, I sat in front of the sewing machine instead. I still had a view of the TV which is just as well with the Olympics on at the moment.

So I now have some of the blocks finished and awaiting trimming. I did say some!
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Yesterday while having a quick browse in blogland, I found a tutorial for a cute bucket so I struck while the iron was hot, so to speak.



Jenny has made several of these guys from the tutorial she found here.


Now I have an OPAM for the month of February although I won't be stopping at just one of these. DD is taking this one off with her to Uni this week so it's back to the fat 1/4's.
Have a lovely weekend Y


14 comments:

Jessica said...

Hi Narelle,
I love the colours of your log cabin blocks, can't wait to see them put together! Aren't those baskets really cute? I love the puff/decoration you've put on yours.

Francien said...

Good morning from Holland...
What an awesome colors your log cabinblock has...it looks very elegant and beautiful...cant wait to see the quilt finished...and the bucket is great...thanks for the hint to the tutorial...on the to do list...again...
greetings Francien.

Lurline said...

Great log cabins and great little basket - it looks so good with the succulents!
Hugs - Lurline♥

Peg - Happy In Quilting said...

Very nice indeed, they are fun...love your fabric....Peg OPAM 2010

Bec said...

Will we see the finished log cabin quilt at the local show?

Jandi said...

I love the materials you are using for you log cabin blocks. I can't wait to see the finished top!

The Patch Craft said...

Great Log cabins. I plan on making a few of these little baskets too, after i finish my mum's quilt.

Nancy said...

Love the colors of the log cabin. My son would love those colors and they aren't any I would normally buy...

I too want to make some of those buckets. Maybe this week,,,

Maggey and Jim said...

Oh, I love those browns and I have been wanting to make those baskets.I saw them at Elefantz and thought they were so cute.I am new blogger but will be a follower and put you on my blog list.. I will be coming back to visit..
Maggey

Wendy B said...

those baskets sure are catchy in blogland!!! Love them....and the log cabins....my favourite colours!
XX sugary hugs Wendy :O)

marina said...

I think your log cabins are great. Are you quilting as you go?
Your basket looks lovely too, I love the colour and of course the yo yo decoration!
A Friday night well spent.
cheers
Marina

Joy said...

I love those little baskets too!!! I've got them on my "to do" list .... eeek, it's growing longer by the minute lol.
Hugs,
Joy :o)

Julie said...

I like the colours in your log cabins, very rustic. Those baskets are great too, I have the tutorial printed out here next to me for a week, must have a go at making them too.

Mona said...

Thank you Narelle for getting me an award. I like your blog too. I have you in my bloglist. I Can`t miss anything. Beatiful colors in your log cabin bloks. Have a nice dag. Hugs from Norway.

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