Liberty Of London Log Cabin Quilt

I received a wonderful gift a few years ago, some Liberty of London fabric.  It was a special edition from V&A museum in London.  My friend Eileen went on vacation there and brought a pack of 6 fat quarters home for me as a thank you for helping her learn how to quilt.  I was looking for a new project this week and found the stash and got to work.  Here is Boris enjoying the soft fabric for his nap. 


I was limited to these 6 fat quarters because the fabric is no longer available.  I decided to do a simple log cabin and to use all the fabric did both dark to light and light to dark.  I am still not done but I got 9 squares made in a matter of 6 hours.  Not too bad.  I am loving the results. 



I think I have enough fabric for 3 more squares but not sure if I like having the colors uneven at the top and bottom.  What do you think? 




Comments

Gene Black said…
The uneven colors issue depends on what the quilt is for. If hanging on a wall, it may look odd. On a bed, it will be fine.

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