Your choice of 36 just completed cabins. They are nestled in the pines - far away - from noise and fast paced way of life. They are very simple in design - yet they are complete in every way. These, one of a kind, cabins were made from the left over pieces of previous ventures - which just adds to their appeal. Please note that all materials have been designed in the horizontal placement to give the affect of logs.
Offers will be accepted by any means: e-mail, postal, or telephone.
Or if you wish, you can just come over, sit down and drink a soft drink or coffee, and then we can discuss the finer details. So much for sales pitch. I have just completed the piecing of my "Cabins in the Pines" quilt. It has been made from scraps and certainly has that scrappy look. No pattern on the cabins - just cut some strips, sew them together, then cut off what was excess. So if you are looking for perfection in these blocks, don't waste your time. This was a fun - let it rip - type making of a quilt. I believe every quilter needs one like this from time to time. Enjoy the process, don't make a job out of it. At least that is my way of thinking at this point in my life. Being retired and at my age I want to enjoy everything. During my working years I experienced enough pressure - so now I want to relax and enjoy what God has allowed me to have.
I put this quilt out on the grass in the back yard late yesterday afternoon - was in the shade- so colors do not show up as well as they really are. However, the colors on both the cabins and the trees are in an "old fabric" look. The background colors are in the beige/tan family.
The hand quilting on this is way down the road. I have two others ahead of it - plus I am working on one now.
Now that warmer weather is almost here I will not be posting much of anything about quilting. I will be doing my hand quilting at night - but during the day I will be spending much of it working in the flowers and vegetables.