Imogene’s Log Cabin

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Imogene's Log Cabin is a beautiful example of a classic log cabin in black and red. She cleverly chose fabrics that allowed for the gradient darkening of the two halves while not adding additional colors outside the three main colors of red, black, and white.

The Log Cabin quilt has been around for awhile, but it still manages to take my breath away. There are so many different ways to play with color placement to create really imaginative and fun designs!  Imogene created this Log Cabin as a gift for a relative. For those natives in Louisville, it comes as…

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More wonderful renter projects

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Today's renter update includes quilts made for family members, whether human or furry, as well as contemporary quilts quilted on our APQS longarms!

We have some wonderful renter quilting to share with you! Jean brought this colorful top in to quilt for a friend.  Each of those triangles is a bandana worn by a dog that her friend has owned.  Jean embroidered the dogs’ names on the solid black fabric around the edges.  Because she wanted to make…

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October Renter Roundup

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Here are a few more renters with their works of art! Come to Quilted Joy to rent a longarm machine like these quilters have and finish those UFOs!

Pat was in earlier this summer to quilt this stunning log cabin quilt.  Her family makes quilts to commemorate each wedding and birth in the family.  About 20 family members worked on this quilt.  Her nephew and his bride selected the center fabric for each block, and the family contributed the rest of the fabrics.  Pat…

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