I am “webbing the top” ala Bonnie Hunter. Directions can be found on Bonnie’s website here. I’ve sewn the first three blocks of each row together and what you see here is the 4th block turned rightside down on top of the 3rd block. It gets a bit unwieldy but I’m having no trouble at all keeping the blocks in order and orientated the correct way. You have to fan fold the rows to get them stacked together to move to them to the sewing machine.
You might see where the thread (look at the green mat) is holding the rows together in this picture.
As you can see I’ve decided to go with the blue & red blocks as they are 🙂 I have a bunch of the 1 1/2 strips left and am thinking about sewing some court house step log cabin blocks as a leader/ender project next.
I have 10 more light/dark blue log cabin blocks to finish but wanted to see how the red/blue blocks looked as a border. I’m not sure I’m happy with them…… I only had a few red shirts so I used the large orange/red plaid and don’t like the look. We’ll see what I decide to do shortly 🙂
I do like the light/dark blue blocks….a lot!!!
I finished my second charity quilt and it’s ready to be trimmed. I’ll need lots more practice before I get anywhere close to even stitches since I don’t have a stitch regulator but the quilting is functional. It’s amazing how fast it is to quilt these small quilts.
And a few close up shots to see my first attempt at free hand quilting other than meandering.
And my third quilt, another charity quilt is loaded and ready to go!!!
I made good progress sewing on my Recylced Cabins blocks during the Thanksgiving holiday but no pictures yet. I did make an apple pie and it looked so good, I thought I’d share a picture of it. Yum!!
Here’s my second attempt at machine quilting with my longarm machine. I’m almost finished with it as the part at the bottom is the border. I did some experimenting and had some trouble with thread breakage. I didn’t have any trouble with catching the fabric on the rollers this time 🙂