Yesterday was spent very quietly with my family. I made a yummy Lasagna, sauce, meatballs and sausage. We just love it! Some leftover too. YUM! I hope you all had a wonderful Easter too!
My friend, Victoria, has begun a signature quilt and has been asking for contributions. You can read all about it here.
So I decided to make her a very traditional log cabin block, but with non-traditional fabrics. A couple of batiks, Australian Aboriginals, and Kaffe Fassett. No repros in this one.
Since Victoria doesn't like a whole lot of white, I kept the center square relatively small.
I used the Baskerville font, as I thought that would be the easiest one to trace. I think it turned out pretty well. And it was fun to do!
I hope you like it Victoria, it is on its way to you!
I also was able to quilt one of my quilts that I can't show you right now, but will be able to soon. The binding is waiting to be applied, which I need to do quickly.
Love how it turned out too! I guess I just had a pretty good day. Sometimes you need one of those every now and again.
Now onto the winner of the Jennifer Paganelli Fat Quarters:
Mr. Random Number Generator and I drew lucky number 120...
Jean From Jean's Page
If you didn't win the fabric, but would love to own some of Honey Child for yourself, just click here to get some.
Don't forget to enter my drawing for the Quilter's Bible Book. A great reference for any quilter. Just click here to enter.
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Until Next Time...