wow! that is going to be beautiful! I sure love the new DS line!
yes, lovely- I'm glad Nicke pointed out the details I was marveling at the whole block.
I love log cabin block. Court house steps is one I have not made yet. Yours is nice I like your fabrics.
I bought the Eleanor Burns Courthouse Steps book years ago wanting to make one. Still not made! I retire soon, so there is hope. You do beautiful work.
I'm starting one of these very, very soon! But I need to clear a whole bunch of things off my plate before I can... so impatient!
Looking good so far!
Good start! The batting will come!
Yeah! This is awesome sauce. I have never seen courthouse steps linking up like this before. Aren't you clever?
Great start on your new quilt! Love your blocks!
I love your court house steps blocks, I have been playing with log cabin blocks a lot lately.
Love your use of the DS fabric, this is going to be a beautiful quilt!
I love your blocks...I will have to check into that book!Micki
Good Luck! I started this same quilt last year and abandoned it because it took too long, haha. Looks great, though!
Those blocks are looking good!
Looks great! What a perfect pattern for those DS fabrics. Thanks for linking up to WIP Wednesday. : )
Don't you just love log cabins and it's variations! This will be fabulous!
What a great way to use Denyse's fabric. Love this. So vintage looking. Making courthouse steps is a favorite of mine.
This makes me want to start one of my own. it looks so lovely! But I have plenty of batting sitting around, so no excuse to start something new.
well, what could I say...as aalways cool. I just saw so many great stuff here that already have no words ))
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