What’s On The Design Wall: Flannel “Log Jam” Blocks

Continuing my series of posts on what is on the design wall…

THE QUILTING HUSBAND IS BUSY AGAIN

I had some of my blocks up on the design wall and Terry “The Quilting Husband” was getting impatient. He kept giving me subtle hints (and not too subtle hints) about moving my stuff off the design wall so he can put his blocks up on the design wall (we have a small house and can only make 1 shared design wall work).

The Quilting Husband is working on a new “Log Jam” quilt (see my other posts on “Log Jamming” and “Log Jams” which are free form pieced log cabin style blocks) made with flannel scraps. I have a large box of flannel scraps from making flannel quilts and flannel quilt backs, and Terry came up with the idea of trying to use of the scraps making flannel log jam quilts.

As his confidence grows as a quilter, he gets comfortable with making his own design decisions. He found a stash of dog and cat themed flannel scraps and used them as the center so each block would feature a dog and/or cat face. Very creative!

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4 thoughts on “What’s On The Design Wall: Flannel “Log Jam” Blocks

  1. Magpie Sue says:

    Thanks for visiting my blog. Now I have to set aside some time to thoroughly explore yours! (Of all the dogs I’ve had as an adult, my Min. Schnauzer remains the dearest – but don’t let the Min. Poodle or my current Papillion/Chihuahua mix know!)

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