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Thread: Jelly Roll Log Cabin Quilt Pattern?

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    Junior Member Kkimberlee's Avatar
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    I am working on making a queen size quilt using a super-sized Log Cabin; with a charm square center and jelly roll sides and wide sashing between the blocks.

    Have you seen a pattern like this? {If I didn't confuse you with my discription?} Thanks for the help!

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    Super Member GrannieAnnie's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kkimberlee
    I am working on making a queen size quilt using a super-sized Log Cabin; with a charm square center and jelly roll sides and wide sashing between the blocks.

    Have you seen a pattern like this? {If I didn't confuse you with my discription?} Thanks for the help!
    not a bit confusing. But I'd never put sashing between the blocks. The fun of log cabins is the patterns blocks side by side make.

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    I was thinking that by adding sashing, and just having a scrappy log cabin (not dark vs. light) it would help add size to the quilt.

    Making a queen size quilt is a little daunting after all the baby/twin size quilts I have done.

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    Super Member GrannieAnnie's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kkimberlee
    I was thinking that by adding sashing, and just having a scrappy log cabin (not dark vs. light) it would help add size to the quilt.

    Making a queen size quilt is a little daunting after all the baby/twin size quilts I have done.
    Sorry, I didn't catch that it was just scrappy and not light and dark scrappy. Sashing always adds size without a lot of extra work.

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    Well I have two more jelly rolls on order, so... I guess when the arrive I will just start winging it, LOL:)

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