Not so subtle that title, but it's what I was working on this afternoon as a wee start to a gift. A log cabin cushion in Denyse Schmidt's Greenfield Hills fabrics. Not sure somehow that log cabin and the Plantation homes that inspired these fabrics are compatible, but for this wee cushion front I think they've come together nicely.
It's not a very contemporary look, but I do love these fabrics in this blueberry colourway and they are a dream to work with.
I am hoping to make this into a gift for Agnes. I've never met Agnes but the week before Christmas, when we had 8 inches of snow, my hubby was out for a snow run around the lanes where we live and he met Agnes for the first time. Agnes is 84 and we learned she has no family, and she was there in 8 inches of snow underlaid with ice on a crutch trying to drag her recently emptied wheelie bin back up the lane to her house - hardy or what? Anyway, hubby clearly offered to help and given the weather conditions offered to look in on her again. So he and our son have been visiting Agnes from time to time just to check that all is well and she has all she needs. I just thought it might be nice for them to take her a little handmade gift on one of their visits. Probably more info than you are really interested in but there you have it - a start on Agnes' log cabin cushion.