Sunday, March 29, 2009

Log Cabin in the Mountains with Stars - Done

This is Betty's Log Cabin in the mountain setting. I got lots of design help on this one from Deb Levy and Gayle McKay over on Machine Quilter's Resource. The details are in the WIP Wednesday. After hanging up the quilt so I could photograph it, I was pleasantly surprised to see the secondary diamond pattern made by the diagonal lines. It is so cool.

So I took the quilt down to the quilt shop (of course, there was a class going on) so that I could open it up and show everybody. I love those "Wow" moments, good for the ego and good for business. Betty came to the shop to pick it up and she loved it and gave me a big hug. Here's all the photos.













3 comments:

magikquilter said...

that is fabulous and worthy of lots of wows!!!

For some reason your posts have not been coming up in my reader...sorry...and here i was wondering why you had not published any posts and you had!!!

So great reading/catching up for me over Easter...you will think i am spamming you as you are in for a lot of comments!'

Happy Easter Linda!

Ramona-quilter said...

Kathleen - thank you for visiting. I hope that my blog is not giving you problems. Thank you for your nice comments.

panchobrinks said...

WOW!! This is gorgeous Linda. Maybe I'll forget about getting a long arm and have you do my parents quilt. I don't think I could beat this!!

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