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Thread: Looking for Curved Log Cabin pattern with flying geese

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    3 or 4 years ago one of the shows on pbs had an episode that showed a curved log cabin block that had triangles that looked like flying geese in the corners. I can't remember the show but would love to find the pattern. My daughter gets married in August and I've been dreaming of using this pattern since April and I just can't find it.

    Anybody have any clues? I've googled just about everything I could think of and have literally spent hours looking up different websites.

    Desperate and hoping you can help. :?:

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    this one is really cool, maybe if we don't hit it one of these might be good

    http://quilting.suite101.com/article...og_cabin_quilt

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    that one is the closest I have found. There were flying geese in each of the four corners and the log cabin block itself was curved - the logs on one half of the block were thinner than the other.

    thanks.

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    all of these patterns are so nice now i want to make one.

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    the twisted ones are cool but I am down to just 2 months - I'm a fast quilter but I'm not that fast!

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    i am trying to figure out how long it would take. Looking at the patterns, they would all be interesting to try. I have to do a quilt for one of my nieces, I think she would like one if these.

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    Cute

    Have you taken a look at 101 Log Cabin Blocks by Linda Clause. I was bought a copy by my cousin, it has some wonderful blocks.
    I think mine was purchased in the USA maybe if you tried Amazon you may well find it.

    Tisha

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    Still deciding. It will be a log cabin of some sort.

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