i finished jenny's block today. i loved working with these fabrics. i think i've decided that (at least for me) the secret to sucessful "wonky blocks" is to cut the pieces freehand with scissors instead of trying to use a rotary cutter and straightedge ruler. are there really two ways to do log cabin blocks, or is this something different? aren't log cabins more like a spiral? instead of this which is more like concentric squares? i was actually inspired to go back and really look at some older DS quilt designs (especially her "drunk love in a log cabin" design) and study how she built blocks--what made them uniquely her style--and i'm pretty happy with how this one turned out. especially the mix of skinny and fat lines. thanks for these simple fabrics that allow the piecing to stand out!