Turkey Tracks: Done and Hung: Radiating Log Cabin

Turkey Tracks:  January 1, 2020

Done and Hung:  Radiating Log Cabin

Happy New Year 2020 Everyone!

I finished this quilt last night and hung it this morning.  That’s always a production—to get the rod leveled properly—but all went smoothly today.

This block is the “Radiating Log Cabin” designed by Tara Faughnan for Season 1 of The Color Collective, hosted by Amy Newbold’s Sewtopia.  Tara curates a set of solid fabrics for each project; how one combines colors is up to each individual making the block.

I love this quilt!  The block is such a handsome block.

The camera is distorting the rod angle below.  I just checked.  Everything is level in the room.

I hand quilted with size 8 perle cotton—with colors matched to fabric.

The making of this quilt completes all the projects from The Color Collective Season 1.  I did a recent blog post on the six projects I made.

I have so, so enjoyed this journey and am enjoying season 2 and am already a month behind.  LOL.

Thanks you Tara and Amy!

Author: louisaenright

I am passionate about whole, nutrient-dense foods, developing local markets, and strengthening communities.

2 thoughts on “Turkey Tracks: Done and Hung: Radiating Log Cabin”

  1. Love this quilt!!!! Looks great on the wall too.

    On Wed, Jan 1, 2020, 12:45 PM Louisa Enright’s Blog wrote:

    > louisaenright posted: “Turkey Tracks: January 1, 2020 Done and Hung: > Radiating Log Cabin Happy New Year 2020 Everyone! I finished this quilt > last night and hung it this morning. That’s always a production—to get the > rod leveled properly—but all went smoothly today. T” >

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