SAHRR Round Six Log Cabin Block

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  1. thedarlingdogwood says:

    Oh, I love how you colored these blocks! Fun! Can’t wait to see how they fit in. And bonus–your dump truck quit is AMAZING!!!!!!! Seriously! I’d show it to my son but then I’d have to find the pattern…

  2. I love your mini log cabins Roseanne. I’m still putting together my wonky stars border since I’m busy unquilting 18” on my eagle quilt. It’s been slow going. I’ll play catch up next week. Thank you for those sweet pictures of the littles. I’ve been missing them. 😉

  3. Connie says:

    So great to see the little ones again! Thank you for that smile to the heart! And I haven’t done a log cabin block yet…sigh…on the “to do”, on the “to do”…I seem to be consistently drawn to triangular combinations…don’t know why…I think it’ll look great though, loving the SAHRR so far!

  4. Oh those smiling little faces warm my heart. Missing the grands, but know that soon we will all be able to visit safely again. Loving what I am seeing with your SAHRR!!

  5. Sandra says:

    Again I love your fabrics. What a treat to see that truck quilt again, and on a bed, with the owner, it’s wonderful!

  6. Susan says:

    Roseanne! What a great idea to place the coloring that way. I can’t wait to see how this work into the rest of the quilt. Just one more week to go!


    Those are so nice. I do an internal groan when someone suggests we do a log cabin quilt…tedious sewing. But in the long run so worth it. I guess I need to embrace the moment! Those littles are getting bigger. All three are so cute. Soon a fourth will be making it’s debut!

  8. chrisknits says:

    What a neat interpretation of this round! It’s going to be so exciting to see the finishes!

  9. I love your simple quarter log cabins, and they gave me an idea for my project, too! Thanks, Roseanne! Fun to see those littles again, too. They make me smile!

  10. Barbara Esposito says:

    Good Morning Roseanne! I didn’t know about the yellow center for log cabin quilts! Thanks for that info because now I can lay my head down on my pillow tonight, confident that I have learned something new – my Grandmother told me long ago not to go to sleep until I had learned something new that day ;o) Love your log cabin variation and can’t wait to see this completed! and as always thanks for the Littles update!

  11. Dawn says:

    Oops! Wanted to mention how cute your littles are! Love seeing their smiling faces!

  12. Dawn says:

    Hi Roseanne, I like your colorful 1/4 log cabins for round 6. They will looks great with your SAHRR quilt! It seems that many of the hosts are combining rounds 6 & 7. While you know what the next round is, I don’t and I’m uncertain what to do! Should I wait for the next round or just figure something out? This is the first round that has confused me. I do like making log cabins but I need to make sure I have enough fabric for the final round. So much to think about!

  13. Great variation on the block! I love the kiddos…all so happy. Makes a dreary Monday just perfect seeing those smiling faces.

  14. I like your idea for the log cabin block border! The kids are getting so big…love love the truck quilt♥♥

  15. Good to see your littles! Can’t wait to see how your sahrr turns out – a quilt parade sounds like fun!

  16. Brenda @ Songbird Designs says:

    I love this variation of the log cabin blocks! What a fun way to make them and much less intensive than the original log cabin block!! I like that, even though I do love original log cabin blocks also! Great to see the pics of the littles! I started out with Eleanor Burns’ Log Cabin in a Day book, however, it took much longer than a day to make…especially when you weren’t really sure what you were doing! LOL

  17. Colt in the winter hat – too cute! Great idea for your log cabin blocks – looking forward to seeing your combination border next week!

  18. I have that Eleanor Burns book and still haven’t made a log cabin quilt. It’s on my quilting bucket list! Thanks for the photos of the kiddos. I especially liked the one with D and his truck quilt. That quilt amazes me: lots of love in it!

  19. quiltinggail says:

    Interesting …. I’m combining the 2 last rounds as well. I like your log cabin blocks! It’ll be pretty cool on your SAHRR!! 🙂

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