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Thread: ISF: Clam shell

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    Made a quilt where block is composed of 4 log cabin blocks. Two blocks have regular size "logs" and two blocks are narrow. When you sew them together they make a clam shell with a tail. Gave the mag away to my quilt guild which I am not longer a member of. Sorry...no idea which mag but was probably published 3 years ago. Willing to buy the mag!...BTW...border on the quilt was an ugly paisley but the quilt really cool.

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    Sorry, wish I could help :cry:

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    Do you still have the Quilt? Post a pic for everyone that way we can see what you are look'in for OR maybe someone can reverse engineer it! 8-)

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    http://www.gulfstatesquilting.org/ju...ss_sample.html possible picture of what you are looking for

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    Sure post for help and keep forgeting I have EQ5 to remake the quilt. Dah!

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