Well, I've made lots of progress on my log cabin. I'd say it's about 30% done. However, one thing I didn't plan on when starting it is causing a problem.
When I began the afghan I was using scrap yarn. After the initial center rectangle (that's right, mine is rectangular instead of square), I'd been doing 6 rows of each color. I love the blocks of color and it's looking great.
Here's where the problem comes in. It's big enough now, about 24" x 20", that it takes a good chunk of yarn to finish those 6 rows. I don't have a lot of leftover yarn that has that much left on it. The log cabin might have to take a back seat until I can finish some more projects (leaving me some more extra yarn) or until I can get to the store to pick some out. And if I buy a bunch at the store, I run the risk of it being all matchy matchy.
Does anyone have any suggestions?