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Monday, June 23, 2008

Building the Log Cabin

I made huge progress on the Log Cabin project over the weekend! I even did a little more that's not pictured here this morning. Only 6 more squares to go.
My summer exchange partner on the Fair and Square exchange posted that she received my package, so here's what they looked like:

I've been happy with the amount of stitching I've been doing, but I'm missing cycling. I might need to scale back on the stitching for a month so I can fit some saddle time in. I just hope I can get the Letter "I" and Log Cabin done this week since it's supposed to be rainy for the next few days.


tintocktap said...

I'm really intrigued by your Log Cabin project. Did you come up with it yourself or is there a specific designer? Would love to know more!

tintocktap said...

Oh and I see you've got St Petersburg as a wip too - mine had to take a back seat last year, don't know when I'll get back to it :-(

Jenn Entropy said...

Thanks :-). I got the Log Cabin pattern out of an old magazine I had. It's by Catherine Coleman. I think she has other designes out there. One of the fibers (Shadowdyed Velor) is no longer available so it took a while to track it down - but I did whew!

I'm hoping to restart St Petersburg when I finish this one. I've been sitting on it way too long :-). How far did you make it on yours? Maybe we could work on them as a stitch along?