When you work on two quilts at a time the finish of the second one comes quickly on the heels of the first.
I actually cut the pieces for this quilt a couple of years ago when I had borrowed an Accuquilt cutter from a friend along with a few of her dies. I cut two full sets of Log Cabin strips then divided them up so I had one set of blocks with a 6 inch center wrapped with cabin strips. I made another quilt using 6 inch log cabins bordered with wide strips to make 12 inch blocks.
Then I had left this set of 12 inch log cabin blocks - enough for 12 blocks.
Although it made for a smaller quilt I decided to butt the blocks tight together rather than using sashing. Then I finished it off with a 3 inch border.
I didn't realize until I went to store it for later giving that all three of thelast quilts I've made have yellow borders!
Because this is a traditional pattern I gave it traditional quilting using a feathered pantograph.
The entire quilt is from scraps in the stash.