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Aug 13, 2010

Sawing Logs

Did I say sawing, I meant sewing logs!

Some of you might remember the center of this quilt. It's a spin-off of the one I entered in our state's Ag department block contest. I added the frog and a second dragonfly.  Anyway, these types of blocks usually wind up in my UFO box but I decided to use this one along with the log cabin blocks I've been working on. 
In this next photo, I've sewn on another top and bottom rows.  If I add another 16 blocks, the quilt will be square again. It measures roughly 36 1/2" by 48 1/2".  My question is.....should I stop with this size or add the 16 side blocks???
Here's a sneak peek of what it could look like....but do not allow this to influence your opinion.


Teaquilts said...

Hi Rhonda - I live with the 16 blocks added to the sides.

JustCindy said...

I like it with the 16 blocks. It is very stunning.

quiltingnana said...

the logs make a great frame for the center

Barb said...

I say stop...too much log cabin will distract from the actual block, which is awesome!

The Quilting Pirate said...

I think it would look fine framed with another 16 blocks.

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