Well. I've fixed the aforesaid problem, so if you'd like to see the other half of the pictures we've been missing this summer, scroll down to take a look at past posts. I need to go out and turn off the water on the baby Fuji apple tree, but I'm hoping someone else is feeling a little like branching out and will look at my equilt cabin project. At least be willing to be amused! This isn't the Cabin Fever that hits in Alaska or Montana in February. This is my summer cabin fever.
So, here's why I'm making log cabins in the late evening: When I was a small child, my family lived in Grand Teton National Park in the summer. I grew up expecting that when the school year was over in late May or June, we would pack up and go to the mountains.
Even when my parents were finished with graduate school and we settled in one place, there were still aunts and cousins to visit who lived in the hills and plenty of trips to the mountains and lakes. A few years after we moved back to Idaho to stay, my family bought a small place with a tiny cabin and built The Big House next door. The ground floor of the house is 1200 square feet of log construction; beginning with an old house a friend wanted moved. My brothers numbered and lettered all the logs and took it apart. Reassembled on a new foundation and basement, and with a full upper story added of recycled lumber and windows, my mother's house is a Big log cabin. When I stay there, the nights are always cool, and it seems we can hear the river. (The Henry's Fork of the Snake, which is about a quarter mile away.) It really isn't the river, but only irrigation water falling over the check in the canal, but between the sound of rushing water and the wind in the trees, it seems a lot like Heaven.
So, here are today's Log Cabin Quilt designs. The complex one is queen size. The critter under the tree in the upper left corner is a deer. The single block is a 16" pillow. Guess which one will be made tomorrow.
|Can't decide if this is Escher slept here or Big Bear Big Bed Sampler Quilt.|