Thursday, July 2, 2020

Bear Paw Log Cabin Quilt + some changes

Let's start with my latest quilt finish! This inspiration for this quilt was Fabric Mutt, Heidi's Big Bear Cabin quilt . I drafted a smaller block and set them on point with some background sashing and cornerstones. It was a great quilt to use up some scraps and fit my planned scrappiness style. I quilted it simply with vertical straight lines.

In other news, I've joined the Alison Glass Stitch Club. It's a 6 month program where a new hand stitching technique and project is featured each month. It came at just the right time for me. I'm enjoying the slow hand work and learning new to me techniques.

The first month (June) was Kantha stitching. I turned my piece into a pillow.

And finally, some changes. I've decided to continue using Instagram to share my quilting process and projects and stop blogging. It's something I've thought about for a long time and although I love all of you who have followed me here, Instagram seems to provide an easier and more engaging platform.

Did you know I've been on Blogger for ten and a half years? I also blogged using Apple's platform for almost 2 years prior. It's been such fun sharing my work with all of you here. Thank you, thank you, thank you for following along. I have enjoyed this space tremendously.

I hope you'll follow me on Instagram - @clammon. There's such a great and supportive quilting community there!

All the content will stay up and who knows? I may pop in if the need arises. I will leave comments open for about a week - then I will turn them off (I've had lots of spam not filtered out recently). Feel free to email me any time -

Keep quilting!


  1. I'll miss your blogging, Cindy. I personally like that with my blog content, I will always own it and have a record; I feel like an app can change or go away at any time. I also dislike that I cannot control what i see in my IG feed. That said, I hope that the change keeps you motivated and engaged. Be well.

  2. I'll miss your blog but I look forward to seeing more from you on Instagram.

  3. I will be sorry to not see your blog. I do not presently use Instagram but I might see if I like it. I love your quilts.

  4. Link to Instagram page says content does not exist--Cannot find your page to follow you.


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