This quilt was a kit I bought from George Siciliano in his class Size Really Does Matter. Here's the info on the class with a picture of what mine will look like in a thousand years, or there about. George's miniature quilt. And here is George and Virginia's home page.
George has won various awards at many of the major shows. His work is meticulous and from looking at his web site he is still doing wonderful things with his log cabins.
I'm not sure I would recommend these classes unless you really are into details. (hey, accountants out there -- this is for you!) But George and Virginia are a lot of fun and they do a great job teaching. The hand outs are wonderful also. The only reason I can even try to do this is because of the guides included in the handouts.
Tomorrow I have another sewing day and into the evening. We've been invited to spend the night but I am just not a sleep-on-the-floor gal if I have a choice. (Plus, they might throw me out in the middle of the night because of a little log sawing I might do! Nah, they are too nice to do that but... ) I'll report tomorrow on whether I actually make it through one of the blocks. (Come on it's only 2" how hard can it be??) I have purposely stopped at round 34 because I haven't decided what color I want to do that diagonal line. In the past I've been able to work for 3 or 4 rounds and then it drives me crazy. Let's see if I can work on it a whole day. I will be bringing a quilt that I am hand quilting on too. Happy quilting all. Bonnie