Mimi:It's name is Autumn at the Cabin.
Very pretty Mimi.
Jacy:Did you sew all day?
First I love your scrap quilt. How big is the biggest square? I would love to make one from my scraps. I can see the block but need some dimensions. I agree with Nana. It looks like a great "I Spy" quilt.
Second, no I didn't sew all day. Just when I wasn't eating a meal or using the facilities. LOL DH worked until 11:00 PM so the day was pretty free.
Nana: Love your fabrics.
Thanks Nana. They are Wilmington prints. They have a really nice feel to them.
Thanks Kris! I think I'm going to give it to my in-laws as they have a tiny cabin in the Poconos. They used to go up for Thanksgiving every year.
jacy, and another one finished, cute quilt.
gini in north idaho
Mimi:First I love your scrap quilt. How big is the biggest square? I would love to make one from my scraps. I can see the block but need some dimensions.
Mimi, I cut a stack of 6" squares. Then I cut some in half, and some in fourths so I had 6x6, 3x6 and 3x3" pieces. You could use any size squares.
I sewed them together like this, rotating them so I only had to match the corners of the blocks.
Thanks for the tutorial on your great quilt and congratulations on your placement in the challenge. Great job to Nana and Gini too. For that matter congrats to all who finished at least one UFO. That's a great accomplishment. I have started to complete two more UFO's just this week. What a wonderful idea to jump-start this procrastinator.