Put a Little Love in Your Quilt Hop! It’s here!

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It’s here, it’s here and I’m, well, running a little late (well, kind of early since my post is going live early but, well, it’s complicated.)  Without boring you with details, my weekend had work, a trip with my husband to the ER (don’t worry, he’s fine), more work and a bit of quilting marathon!  But, before I show you my project…check out the schedule…

February 5
I’m always honored to be in the lineup with these terrific quilters!  Thank you to Carol at Just Let Me Quilt for putting all this together!  So,  this year, when I thought about hearts I remembered a log cabin sampler class I designed and taught 22 years ago.  The center was still languishing in a drawer so I decided to finish it!  First off, I didn’t want another wall hanging and the center was 47×47 so I added borders, and a twisted ribbon border, and more borders and quilted it with an allover random assortment of loops and hearts. (I quilt on my regular Bernina…yes, even the big ones but that’s another story.)  So, here it is (not bound but so much closer to finished!)…
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A special thank you to two very tall staff members at school who held this up for me!
I’m in the process of cleaning (gasp!) and sorting (double gasp!) my sewing room and I’m pretty sure I still have the instructions for the center medallion which includes a whole bunch of log cabin variations.  If there is an interest, I’d be happy to post them on the blog when I find them and/or maybe a log cabin heart quilt along?  Let me know in the comments and be sure to hop over to Just Let Me Quilt and enter for a sew cute fabric prize that’s up for grabs!
Happy quilting!
Beth

37 responses to “Put a Little Love in Your Quilt Hop! It’s here!

  1. That looks great. I love the heart, but the inside ribbon border is fabulous too. Yes, I’d be game for a QAL. That would be fun.

  2. Very pretty, and I really like your ribbon border.

  3. What a beautiful quilt! I would love to see the instructions for the center medallion.

  4. 1st glad that your hubbie is OK, Then WOW, that is a beautiful quilt. Thank you for sharing.

  5. Fantastic. I would love to have a go at this pattern.

  6. Glad your husband is okay. Sending good thoughts.

    What a beautiful quilt – the ribbon border does a great job of supporting the pretty heart in the middle.

    I’ll come back to see if you find the pattern!

    Thanks for sharing.

  7. I love that ribbon border and happy your husband is ok!

  8. That’s an interesting heart! Love the ribbon border. Glad your dh is ok.

  9. Hi, Beth – wow, what a great quilt, love the design! A Log cabin sew along sounds interesting. Your borders added just the right touch., and isn’t it satisfying to have it finished? Beautiful.

  10. I love that center, gorgeous…glad you took the time for a finish and hope your hubby is well now!

  11. I love that you were able to finish up a UFO to participate in this hop! Very, very nice!

  12. So glad he is ok….your beautiful quilt is just stunning!!! Great work

  13. Rosalind Gutierrez

    Yes a Heart-Patriotic log cabin quilt along would be SUPER! Love your twisted ribbon border addition.

  14. Wow, I LOVE the log cabin heart! Please post on your blog when you find them. Thanks for sharing this fantastic quilt!

  15. Oh, Beth, this is beautiful. So super creative!

  16. Connie Kresin Campbell

    Beautiful! Adding the borders was the perfect frame for your log cabin heart!

  17. I love, love, love this! It looks beautiful with the ribbon border and the quilting looks amazing…sweet! I’m so glad you played along in this hop and shared your finished quilt. Thank you! :O)

  18. LOVE IT…but first off…your cleaning your sewing room??? You’re gonna make us all look bad now! LOL!!! I for one would love to do a quilt along.
    PS: my best to your hubby.

  19. Very pretty quilt! Thank you for sharing. Have a fun day! angielovesgary2 atgmail dotcom

  20. Cleaning and sorting the sewing room is always a challenge. Thanks for sharing your quilt.

  21. Glad to hear your hubby is ok. I love your quilt and would be interested in it.

  22. Really pretty! I made a king size log cabin years ago with very similar colors.

  23. Wow….that is a lot of work…looks great!

  24. Wow! Your quilt is amazing. I really love it Thank you for sharing today.

  25. I love your log cabin heart and would love to learn how to make it myself!!! And your twisted ribbon border..awesome!!!

  26. Wonderful. I did notice a hand at the top of the quilt and I wondered, at first, if your helpers were on ladders!! I love the looks of log cabin blocks but have yet to make one; maybe now’s the time. Happy Heart Day.

  27. Wow! Not being a quilter myself I am in awe of your Heart that is the centerpiece of your quilt. Thank you sew very much for Hopping…xo

  28. Colors are wonderful. Love the heart, ribbon and the edges

  29. Awesome quilt! I would definitely be interested in your pattern / sew along.

  30. Wow – your quilt is so pretty! Love the scrappy heart, the inner border, and the fabric of the outer border! Glad your hubby is OK!!!!

  31. thatfabricfeelingcom

    This quilt is stunning. I actually let out a “wow” when I pulled up your page. Great job and who cares if it has no binding, I couldn’t even notice. Well done and this is way beyond what I expected for a heart project. Great idea and execution.

  32. Maryellen McAuliffe

    So sweet. I love the ribbon border, too. I need to add that to one of mine. Thanks for the inspiration.

  33. This is a great quilt with national color. I like that you turned the wall hanging size to something usable! I bet it feels good to have the top finished.

  34. Your quilt is beautiful, what is not to like of a quilt with a heart made with the log cabin block !

  35. Very pretty! Love the log cabins.

  36. Your quilt is beautiful!

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