Every which way

After spending most of my day trying to figure out where I’m going with these half Log Cabin blocks … I’ve made a decision and am making progress. I love the fabrics but I’m not sure this was the best quilt for them. Luckily I have more jelly rolls and more fat quarters! You’ll have to wait a bit to see what I decided on.

Keith took me out to dinner on the water tonight … it was warm but we sat outside anyway. We’ve been here in Tampa 4 years now and we’ve been talking about whether it’s where we want to stay … so many positives but I do have a bit of wanderlust left inside of me. For now, I think my monthly trips are enough to satisfy it but I am missing Big Canoe too.

7 thoughts on “Every which way

  1. Love them on point!

    On Thursday, June 20, 2019, Making Scrap Quilts from Stash wrote:

    > Mary posted: ” After spending most of my day trying to figure out where > I’m going with these half Log Cabin blocks … I’ve made a decision and am > making progress. I love the fabrics but I’m not sure this was the best > quilt for them. Luckily I have more jelly rolls and” >

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  2. I like the on point setting. Maybe alternate the columns – dark center fabric, light center fabric, dark center, etc. ( if you have enough light fabrics).

    Those pretty fabrics will make a pretty quilt whichever way you go.

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  3. Can’t wait to see what you decided on for the quilt. I’m sure it will be beautiful! Tough decision on moving. My husband and I moved to a very small Eastern WA town 10 yrs ago. Built our dream home but I hated living there. I missed my 3 children and my grandchildren so much. We were there for 3 yrs so I did give it a good try. And even though we traveled back and forth quite a bit it just wasn’t the same. I like being close to family so we moved back. I loved the house and that is my only regret. Even though the traffic here is a nightmare we are close to all family and nice stores and restaurants. We will stay here!! Good luck with your decision!!

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  4. Hi Mary! I cannot wait to see where your blocks end up. Where were you before Tampa? No one says you have to stay put, although it is a lot of work to move. The upside is that you go through your belongs so you end up moving fewer things . . . in theory, anyway. ~smile~ Roseanne

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