I am working through my WISP pile, and finally this beautiful quilt is done.
The log cabin strips finish 1/2” and the quilt / tablecloth is approximately 40” square.
Sometimes I am shaking my head over my own procrastination………..
I do not really enjoy having a lot of WISPs, but I do so enjoy finishes, so my goal is to reduce the WISP pile quite a lot :-)
One more thimble in Craft Olympic for me – this time for machine quilting
Some crochet has been going on too – this is a A3 size, for a preemie baby through Amandaprosjektet.
One more WISP done and out of the closet :-)
Your log cabin quilt is beautiful!ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing.
I love the ideas like making a big star block from tiny log cabin blocks, it looks great! :o)ReplyDelete
I'm so glad you finished your log cabin, it's really lovely.ReplyDelete
Nydelig quilt, tar du den med neste onsdag?ReplyDelete
Flott log-cabin quilt;gleder meg til å se den. Flott lite hekle-teppe, vil holde en liten en god og varm :-)ReplyDelete
Your finishes are so beautiful.ReplyDelete
Liebe Grüße Grit
congratulations on a stunning finish!ReplyDelete
Kjempelekkert Log Cabin-teppe!ReplyDelete
Congratulations on your finishes Hanne. I have added this post to the list of 3 Thimble Challenges completed. Please award yourself the picture of 3 Thimbles.ReplyDelete
Hugs and congratulations on reducing your WISPs.
I absolutely love the log cabin quilt. I haven't seen that particular design before. Well done.ReplyDelete
Your log cabin quilt is beautiful.ReplyDelete
Agree that finishes feels good.
your log cabin quilt is awesome! you are a very patient quilter indeed with all those 1/2''-strips :)ReplyDelete
I know WIP but what is WISP? Love your work!ReplyDelete
Beautiful work on your log cabin quilt. It's so perfect! Love your quote too... it's good to be a little crazy eh!ReplyDelete
It's beautiful, Hanne. I need to get my top quilted and bound, too. Nothing better than a good finish. :-)ReplyDelete