Just Life

Can You Guess.

…which square is mine*?That square, and 11 more sets of strips (I finished all the cutting), is my big accomplishment from Sunday’s Log Cabin in a Day class.I was the only newbie in the room…which did make me feel a little better that my “progress” was so slow. And it didn’t help that I left the power cord for my sewing machine plugged into the wall in my craft room. The shop had a machine for me to use, but it didn’t have a 1/4″ foot and my attempts to eyeball one were not very good. So I stopped with the one finished square and spent the last hour oohing and ahhing over the samples on display and the fabrics… planning my next few quilts in my head!*I’d love to hear your guess – leave it in the comments and I’ll share the answer – hopefully via another finished square! – next week!Wishing you a wonderful weekend, full of “progress” and wherever that might take you. 


  • margene

    I'm going to guess your square is the one in neutral grays and browns.You underestimate your abilities to sew without the proper equipment because all the squares look great.

  • Bonny

    I'm going to make a random guess that your square is the one with the traditional red center. They all look beautifully sewn! Log Cabin in a Day? Is that the quilting equivalent of those 6 Hour Afghan patterns? 🙂

  • Lydia

    Hmmm-gonna go with the grays- but the bottom with the green is my second. Can't wait to see what else you create! Maybe you can teach me a couple things 😉

  • Honoré

    Tough call! All,are wonderful! I lean with the others – black/grey neutrals…I had a similar experience re: no cord for machine many, many., many moons ago. Thx for the trip down memory lane, too.

  • alexa

    Now that's a tough challenge! Totally at random, I am going with the grey/neutral one that has the little pop of red in the middle. They all look very professional so I think you are a little hard on yourself :). How frustrating not to have hat you need! But I guess it gave you the chance to enjoy the eye candy …