Sunday, 28 October 2007

Sew Day


Our guild had a sew day yesterday, it was a very enjoyable day. There was fewer people than expected, but those of us that could make it were glad that we did. I decided to work on my Australian Log cabin, as this project has been mostly done at sew days. I cut all the strips at a retreat in the Spring, I cut a lot, it surprising how many I have left over. I sewed most of the blocks at our guide spring sew day, and had finished the last few at home. So all I needed to do was put the blocks together and add the borders. How long could that take. Well as it turns out most of the day. I guess I was chatting too much, but that's the fun part of a sew day.

8 comments:

Andrea said...

Wow - this is great. I love log cabin ! Surprising how much nattering us quilters get done at meetings - lol !

dot said...

How adorable. I like the pictures inside the cabins.

Pam said...

Your log cabin is so great! Where did you get all the fabric? I see all kinds of different Australian prints in the blocks.

Love all the Australian animals in the centre of each block!!

swooze said...

I love it! The fussy cut centers are great.

Jeanne said...

That's a lovely log cabin quilt. I especially like the fussy cutting you did to get all of the animals inside the centers. The fabrics are very pretty, too.

meggie said...

It looks wonderful! It is such fun to chatter though!

Catherine said...

Gorgeous quilt. I love that you have the animals in the centre of each block!

Nancy said...

this is a beautiful quilt!