cabin roses quilt ~

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i’m still reminiscing about some beautiful, older quilts i made, and so enjoyed seeing them again, just recently, at my friend lori’s new home.  the pattern is a simplistic log cabin style. and who doesn’t love a log cabin?  {not me!}

i actually made two of these, {over ten years ago} and gave the second one to my friend, lori.  she has kept it in amazing and pristine condition. it was a delight to my eyes to see it ‘new-to-me’ after all this time. i still adore the color combos, and of course, the batik fabrics are something i have always gravitated towards.  in fact, if it wasn’t for batiks, i doubt i would have become a quilter!   and those brighter colors have always spoke “come hither” to me!

love those sweet ol’ traditional log cabin roses in this quilt. 

i was so new to quilting… and it is truly simply quilted, in a soft, meandering line that circles the roses/centers.  i did use a metallic thread in the roses, and i don’t remember what i quilted the rest of the area with…although it was very simply done in wavy, “straightish” lines radiating out in equal-like angles from the center flowers. {two pics above} 

it was just another great way to learn free motion, on a lap-size quilt or picnic-size quilt top without a whole lot of stress, i might add!

this is the super-cute pattern, designed by caroline kearney for studio 55:

i don’t know if you can buy the pattern anymore, but i think i need to make it again!  {gotta put it on that “list!”} it was fun to make, and oh-so-charming.  what a great pattern i sure loved as a new quilter.  go for what you love!  {always a good recommendation!} 


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  2. Leslie the quilt is just stunning… So simple and so beautiful and your quilting is precious. Soooo nice to see it as the table cover! You rocked even 10 years ago… Lovin it. Thanks for sharing.

  3. What fun to see your 'history' and bring back good memories. It would be fun for you to remake this quilt and put your signature spin on it!

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