ALYOF June 2015: Netural Log Cabin Flimsy

I've been inspired looking at all the lovely low value quilts all over the internet, and when my sister said she wanted a quilt in "tan and white" I knew this was the next project on my To Do list!

Neutral Log Cabin flimsy - pattern by Judy Martin

I started this quilt thinking it would be easy - the pieces are all the same width so it'll be simple cutting, there are only really 2 colours so organizing should be a cinch...but it hasn't been so straight forward.

I started this project way back as my May goal, and I had a progress post here about how I tried to determine the value of the fabric used.

Spiral blocks done, first round of the regular log cabin blocks started

I'm very happy to have completed this June goal. I have a king-sized good quality flat sheet that I'll use as a backing, so maybe I'll get this quilt totally finished for Christmas? Wish me luck:)

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