This "rebuilt" scrappy log cabin is one of my favorites. I have instructions on my blog, and have made at least 6 so far. The standard, traditional border was finished and on the quilt but was toooo ordinary. I laid it out, measured the angle of the tilted blocks and WHACKED OFF the border, using the same angle, then exchanged sides of each of the 4 pieces and sewed them back on, all tilted. I LOVE it -- that is after my heart started beating again. Machine quilting is done in a variety of methods, which we are finding very popular these days, although I made this in 2012. I call it "Step Lively".
This is another Pineapple, made with 2 different blocks, made in 2016, called "Pineapple Parade". I really loved making it, and it's similar to one of mine in a different coloration. This design was inspired from a DVD lesson, by Gyleen Fitzgerald, purchased from Annies Craft Catalog.
Again, I MQ'ed in a variety of designs, for the simple reason is that I have to keep practicing ALL the ones I've learned.