Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Finished! - Gelati Log Cabin Quilt

The binding is on and hand stitched down! The Gelati Log Cabin Quilt is finished! (Another late night!). The binding fabric is Amy Butler's Full Moon Polka Dot in Cherry.



This is what the back looks like:


The finished size of this quilt is 53 inches x 53 inches.


If you need inspiration to start your own log cabin quilt check out this Scrappy Cabin Challenge group on Flickr. But be aware, there is so much variety, color and inspiration there, that before you know it, you too will be making a log cabin quilt!


Binding ~


Thank you for stopping by,
Rita

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26 comments:

  1. wow, love the binding! Ive got the very same fabric at home I want to use for my own quilt one day.

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  2. Absolutely gorgeous, of course. The binding fabric is perfect. Love it all!

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  3. It's absolutely beautiful - and I love using that fabric as binding :-)

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  4. Looks stunning! THe binding really sets of the entire quilt.

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  5. Another beauty! Yes, love your choice in binding.

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  6. Perfect choice for the binding.
    The back of this one is almost as gorgeous as the front.
    A truly reversible quilt.
    Thanks for sharing it.
    Andi :-)

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  7. Ditto on the binding. This an INSPIRED use of that fabric. And I have some of that around here somewhere (rummaging through boxes and throwing things...).

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  8. A great job and a gorgeous quilt!

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  9. Another beautiful quilt. You continue to amaze me. How many of these suckers do you make every year?

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  10. Oh the polka dots on the binding are just perfect!!! simply perfect!!!

    Who gets this wonderful thing??

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  11. love the binding fabrics!
    and yes you inspired me to make a log cabin quilt with white as my lights! Its a quilt I have wanted to make for a long time but after seeing you begin yours I wanted to make NOW, just started so hopefully in a few weeks it will be a top!
    LOVE your quilt
    Kathie

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  12. I just found your blog - and wow - your quilts are absolutely stunning! I'm so glad I found you!

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  13. The back is just as beautiful as the front! I just love it!

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  14. Wow, the back looks just as good as the front! Love the colors and the polka dot binding is perfect.

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  15. it's an amazing quilt! it is stunning! congrats on a beautiful finish!!!

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  16. Beautiful! I can't wait to see what you come up with next.

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  17. Love the Binding...Beautiful Quilt...
    cheers

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  18. Ok, I had to put my head in a paper bag, 'cause I'm hyperventilating. I've been wanting to do one of these log cabins -- yours is gorgeous. And coming so soon after that fabulous red and turquoise triangle quilt -- well, it was just too much for my heart. Both quilts are Fantastic!!!!

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  19. You did an amazing job! I love looking at your work.

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  20. you are ah-maze-ing! truly! this is gorgeous!! you are such a great inspiration...

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  21. That binding is just what it needed!

    You know, I've never once made a log cabin quilt. I don't know how that happened!

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  22. What an adorable, happy quilt. I love it!

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  23. AB's Full Moon Polka Dot design is useful for SO many things :-) Gorgeous quilt, keep it up!

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