As I reached the end of my 100 Day Project (July - October 2020) I realized that my series of mini quilts was one color short of a rainbow. Therefore, I had no choice but to make my final improv log cabin purple. There weren't many days left, so I opted for quick and easy. I hadn't made a quarter log cabin yet, so that's what I created, alternating black and white prints with purple prints.
I chose two filler motifs for the free motion quilting.
In 100 days, I completed these five mini quilts, start to finish. Each is 16 1/2" x 16 1/2".
And the full 2020 series:
I chose the log cabin due to the ubiquitous nature of the traditional log cabin. I love the variety of styles achievable with the log cabin. I feel like this series could continue indefinitely.
You can read all about the other quilts in the series here:
This is day 18 of the 31-Day Blog Writing Challenge with Cheryl.
My favorites of all I’ve seen here. You have such an eye not only for color but design. It is a pleasure to view your creations, Sarah.
Aww, thank you. I really enjoy making them. Thanks for visiting, Nancy.
Pretty collection of small quilts.
Thank you. :-)
I love your log cabin series
Thank you, Ellyn. I imagine it will return in 2021... but only time will tell.
Your site inspires me beyond anything I have seen lately. From how to use your scraps to adding those unexpected shapes in your blocks. Thank you. I look forward to your to your posts.
Thank you so much, Sharon.