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Thread: I'm looking for patterns or blocks of log cabin variations

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    Senior Member koko's Avatar
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    I'm looking for patterns or blocks of log cabin variations

    I'm looking for patterns or blocks that would be considered log cabin variations - are there any out there?

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    Fons and Porter just put out a new Log Cabin book - you can download it FREE here:
    http://www.fonsandporter.com/landing/free-log-cabin-quilt-patterns


    Here are images of many different LC variations.
    https://www.google.com/search?q=log+...quilt+patterns

    Last edited by MTS; 01-10-2013 at 03:35 PM.

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    Judy Martins book "Log Cabin Quilt Book" has dozens of variations and lots of beautiful patterns!!

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    You can see non-traditional log cabin quilts that members of the board have posted here - http://www.quiltingboard.com/members...bums16947.html

    There are several books on log cabins that include non-traditional patterns as well. Judy Martin has published at least 2 log cabin books, and another is on its way (if it's not already out).

    My avatar is a log cabin variation.

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    I second Judy Martin's book. You can see pictures of quilts made from that book on her "Viewer Photos" page. It's the third book listed:

    http://www.judymartin.com/Viewer-Photos.cfm

    Also, pineapple quilts are log cabin variations. I love pineapple quilts.

    Here's a google image search for "log cabin variations". https://www.google.com/search?q=log+...FeveigLepoDoAg

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    Mary Ellen Hopkins has a good book on Log Cabins although I don't know if you can still buy it. It gives you lots of ideas. No doubt can find it used.

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    I have a package of Log Cabin Twist paper patterns that are on my to do list. They make the twisted block that looks like star. Someone posted an awesome one done with bright colours and black on QB.

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    Here's a link to some log cabin variations:

    http://www.equilters.com/library/log..._logcabin.html

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    If you like to paper piece the book 101 Log Cabin Blocks by Linda Causee is a great book.
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    Www.quilterscache.com (think that's right) has all kinds of blocks

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