Sunday, October 13, 2013

A Finish!

My Scrap Attack #1--Log Cabin quilt is done! Got the binding on and yes, rushed to get pictures and link up with Kathy's Slow Stitching Sunday. Now all I need to do is get it washed and put a label on.
Scrap Attack Log Cabin
This quilt wasn't made for my son per se, but it turned out to the perfect quilt to send off to college with him. Looking at it in its finished state makes me very happy. Knowing that all the blocks were made straight out of my scrap bin makes me almost ecstatic!
Scrap Attack Log Cabin
I need to make sure that I play more with those messy pieces over in the corner of my quilting room. There seems to be a treasure trove of great quilts buried somewhere in the spillage, I just know it.*wink

24 comments:

  1. Wow - i love this Log cabin. It looks terrific. It really really looks terrific.
    Visiting from Slow Stitching Sunday.
    xo jan@sewandsowfarm

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  2. Love the colours you have used....and it is amazing that you used only your fabric from the scrap bin!

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  3. Looks like a very MANLY quilt (even though he IS your 'little boy'!!

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  4. Fantastic finish. Lucky guy to take this quilt off to college!

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  5. A wonderful quilt for your son! I'll bet he loves it too!

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  6. I have thought to make one something like this but of course haven't gotten around to it lately - still trying to get caught up on all of the quilts that I started! the stack is getting smaller!

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  7. Congratulations on a wonderful finish!! I love all those rich colours. It'll keep your son warm and cosy on many a night.

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  8. Great finish, interesting log cabin & great for a guy!

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  9. Great to have used all those scraps and congratulations on a great finish!

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  10. What a lovely quilt . I love log cabins to use a lot of scraps and they are so easy to make.Your son will be so happy with it.

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  11. congrats on a wonderful finish. great colors in your scrappy log cabin.

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  12. Wonderful finish and it will be a wonderful reminder of home for your son while he is away.

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  13. What a wonderful scrappy quilt!! Your son will love this for years and years to come!

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  14. Wonderful quilt finish! Yes it does have a nice manly feel to it too! Sure your son will enjoy it for a long time!

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  15. Congratulations, Audrey! It came out very well -- what did your son have to say?

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  16. And a wonderful, wonderful finish at that!! A perfect son quilt!!!

    I'm sure you are a treasure trove of fun quilts!!

    Blessings

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  17. Congratulations! I love the way you've turned your half-log cabins this way and that.

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  18. A fantastic quilt for college life. And even more fantastic that it was part of your scrap attack! It's like a free quilt!

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  19. Gorgeous - what a wonderful gift for your son. Nice to have something from home while away at school. Take care, Byrd

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  20. I love everything about this quilt....the colours, the scrappiness, the quilting design (which I hope I remember to copy!), the scrappy binding...all wonderful touches!
    Thanks for linking up and sharing this beauty!

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  21. What a great quilt, the colors are wonderful.

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