Here is the next block in Curve it Up quilt along, the Log Cabin Block and you can find the instructions for it here. Now I have to confess I didn’t make the block exactly like in Jenny’s instructions, I made an offset log cabin so I didn’t have to trim off the fabric on the light side. The traditional quilter in me also prefers the dark fabric in the center as it is more balanced as you put all 4 block together, Jenny had the white block in the center. I’m very happy with how it looks and it is almost the same as the Jenny’s original block. I’m sure Jenny won’t be too upset that I modified her instructions to accommodate my Type A personality ;)
I have been quilting for over 20 years and have turned my passion for quilting into a home business. Tamarack Shack Longarm Quilting opened it's doors January 2009 on the shores of Schist Lake in Northern Manitoba. I have recently moved to Emo, ON and looking forward to discovering all the beauty of the area and meeting new quilters.
This blog is where I share photos of my quilts as well as my clients quilts. I also enjoy dyeing fabric especially snow dyeing as we have snow 6 months of the year. I have thrown in few personal stories about living on the shores of Schist Lake and now I'm ready to explore and share photos of the area around Emo, Ontario as life isn't all about quilting.
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