Blog powered by Typepad

« It's a Meteor Shower | Main | Cabin Skein »

June 18, 2020


Susan S

They are darling! I'll have to look into getting this ruler. I'm glad you are having fun!

Jane Eilderts

So cute!! I couldn’t resist-I just ordered one!! I am tired of big projects and need smaller ones for awhile,

Stephani in N. TX

So graphic in your colors, looks like sunshine!

T Holzer

Oh my! These are wonderful!! Do you know who the designer of the fabric is? Is there enough selvedge to show the name? I've had a Kansas Troubles Christmas log cabin on my list to do for so many years and I'll have to order a ruler to make it because your blocks are just so perfect! Now to decide on the size of the blocks...


Lol. Is that you speaking from experience Nicole? They are absolutely gorgeous though and I always admire your work, it always looks perfect.


Oh, you are funny! Those blocks are adorable and the colours will be perfect for the autumn season. I just might have to get that ruler and book...

Mary Kastner

Very nice job! They look great-perfect!

Debbie R.

Your blocks are tiny perfection and delight. Enjoy your time with both!


The golds & blacks look terrific as little log cabin blocks! You were 'saving' them for this project, after all! Just be careful to call those log cabin & star blocks by the right name!! 😉

Sue Mettler

I know the feeling. I have already made 100. I cut a bunch of strips in various lengths and went to town, They are soooo very addicting.

Susan Quinn

You are hilarious! Your comparison of dating two guys with two quilt projects cracked me up! 🤣🤣 I love your blocks! Halloween fabrics are my favorite but I think it would great in Christmas fabrics too!


lol it's okay to have two loves at once. yes, those little log cabins are adorable! ;p


I am going to have to stop reading your blog...I went over and ordered the tiny log cabin ruler. you are a bad influence on me. ;p

Carol D Duffy

I think we have the same taste in fabric-- I have that collection, too! I used it for a Halloween project.

Carol D Duffy

It is Harvest Moon by Rene Nannemann-- Andover Fabrics for the person who was interested. xox

The comments to this entry are closed.