Louise

Louise…

Since I´m not sewing or do anything crafty at all…
I can show you what my talented friend Louise is up to…

This is her January finish…
isn´t it lovely… 🙂
The log cabin blocks will always look nice together whatever fabrics you use…
and this version with blue/purple and cream/white fabrics is so nice…

….. Mmmmm …it would look great in pink feedsack don´t you think… 😉
I need to make myself a log cabin quilt!!!
Someday… 🙂

This is a quilt she made this summer…correct me if Im wrong here Louise…
It is made from a Jelly Roll and a Charm Pack…

Love the “springish” colours in this one…
handquilted with fans all over…
a little beauty!!

Hope Louise will provide me with some more finishes during the months from now on…so I have something to show you… 🙂

Today I have been a really good girl…
taking it really slow and have been really careful.. I watched the video on How to Machine Applique… got some Aha …moments… and I will definetly try this technique out some day!!!
Take care out there in the big big world…

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27 thoughts on “Louise…”

  1. Thanks for sharing Louise’s quilts … they are beautiful. I really like the colours in her log cabin quilt. Glad to hear you are being good and taking it easy. Sounds like I’d better watch the video too … glad it was okay.Christine

  2. Those quilts are so pretty…Louise has been busy!! Glad you are taking it easy…..hard to take it easy when there are so many things you want to be doing!! take care!

  3. isn’t it amazing what you can make with jelly rolls and charm packs and now with turnovers and layer cakes also just imagine the possibilities!Karenhttp://karensquilting.com/blog/

  4. Louise has very lovely quilts. I am partial to log cabin myself. Catching up on reading and watching videos isn’t all bad since you have to behave. There is so much out on the internet. Before long you’ll be back at it.

  5. Hi Stina,please tell your friend that she’s doing fabulous work! The basket quilt is gorgeous!I’m glad that you’re taking care of yourself…at least one day ;o).Hugs, Julia

  6. Hi Stina. Love your blog! Makes me want to start quilting. I have actually been over to ängegatan a couple of times to borrow moms sewing machine. So you never know…:-) Have you seen the quilt she´s is going to make for Olivia? It´s a cupcake quilt for my little cupcake 🙂 Hope to see you soon. Love Emma

  7. Hi Stina,What beautiful quilts! They certainly are an inspiration. I love the soft colors and the hand quilting. It makes them look like vintage quilts…my favorite!

  8. Hi Stina, sorry I haven’t been around much lately. I have been avoiding the computer because of the heat. So sorry to read you are not well. I hope you recover in time and that you can get back into sewing again soon. Your friend Louise’s quilts are beautiful. Take care, Kathryn.

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