I made this quilt when I was 15. As you can see it is getting very worn and faded. The longest sides on this log cabin used to be black with little flowers. My mom helped me to make it for what my dad called my hopeless chest. I really like this quilt even though it is my worst. I saw a picture of it in a magazine and wanted to make it. It is the first quilt I drew up and made without a pattern. My points don’t all match up and it doesn’t lay quite right. But I was able to make it myself. I love the illusion of the wavy lines. When I help with the geometry unit at my children’s school I always bring this quilt. The children have to bring their rulers to check the lines. They never believe there are no curvy lines in it. I believe this is my best. I was trying to use up scraps. I made a color wash and then reversed appliqued over it to make the center medalion. And although it used a ton of scraps it didn’t seem to make a dent in my scrap bag. I think my scraps have wild parties when I’m not around. They seem to multipy like bunnies. There you have it my first, worst, and best quilts. Thanks for stopping by. Happy Quilting!!