3/27/12

Last Log

Today I finished all but the last log of my 64 log cabin blocks.  These will be sewn together into a second border for the Home is Where the Heart Is quilt.


The rest of the logs are cut and just need to be added to the bottoms of these blocks.  Happily, George was by my side making sure everything was ship shape.


He checked behind the machine for any birds or mousies that might be lurking, and he made sure things were moving smoothly.


Where would I be without my cat?

7 comments from clever and witty friends:

Lynda Halliger-Otvos said...

This would be a lonesome world if we had to live without "familiars" in our constant company.

Dana Gaffney said...

Pretty fabric you used for those log cabins, I especially like the blue, very rich colored. Without George you wouldn't be able to sew, too many birds, mousies and creepies, you and Gracie would be hiding somewhere.

Terry said...

Love it, cats are too funny. Your blocks look nice.

Diane Wild said...

I'm exhausted thinking about you building 64 log cabins. George looks exhausted, too. That's hard work watching. Maybe he's ready for a snack and a nap.

desertskyquilts said...

Well, obviously, you'd be over-run with birds and mousies around the sewing machine! LOL Great blocks. I love log cabin.

Linda said...

Mica likes to snooze in the small scrap basket I keep on my desk behind the sewing machine. There's a lamp with two incandescent bulbs in it, so he stays nice and warm while supervising what I'm doing.

When I saw your log cabin blocks my first thought was that they were for the tiny houses quiltalong. I believe you sent me the link; I think the quilter is from Holland. I signed up, but decided at the last minute not to do it because I have so many other projects going.

Linda

Mrs.Pickles said...

wow that is a lot of little log cabins! Glad to see George was looking out for you! My cats are outside cats and I don't think I would want those little stinkers in my sewing room...lol