I hope you all had a lovely and safe Holiday. Whether it was the traditional turkey or any other choice of meal - hope you indulged to the fullest as that is all part of it. I enjoyed all the comments and name suggestions for Elvis' chicks for the Kondo Koop. I am still sorting thru them to pick ones to fit the girls and then to finish this. I'll announce the winner at the end of this post as I looked up some information for some requests for patterns.
I made my pattern and pdf for a Yahoo group, so it is their property, but I did find these cuties. Steel Scraps has a tutorial for these tiny chicks in a basket - how cute!!
And Deonn's pattern for chicken pincushions should be explore HERE at QuiltScapes
And you can find a log cabin layout to change the look at Quilting Works.
And I saw these on a few Etsy sites as pins and also made 2-sided cabins and stuffed as pincushions.
And then with more searching - I found something very close to mine and may be to your liking. There is a tutorial found HERE. Of course you can make these up into individual potholders, a few for a runner or wallhanging or go with the whole flock for a conversation quilt.
OK - what you have been waiting for - the winner of the 1/2 yrd bundle:
Random chose #3:
What a cute idea for a log cabin block! The ladies all have such different personalities. I think Maxine, Cynthia, Edith, Evelyn, Trina and Jolene would be perfect names for the ladies.
Thank you all for visiting and for all the great names. I will be taking a lot of ME time thru the month of December, but I am participating in the Kona Solids Hop in January with a give away.