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Thread: Log cabin heart Block

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    Log cabin heart Block

    I found this picture on Hancock fabrics website as a no-sew quilt magic kit and I fell in love with it. Does anyone know how to actually sew this pattern?
    http://www.hancockfabrics.com/Log-Ca...VVviewprod.htm
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    It is very pretty.
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    What a nice block. I'm going to keep watching this thread.
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    here is a link to a pattern called Log Cabin Heart http://www.quakertownquilts.com/log-...na-pelton.html

    if you want one with smooth edges like on your link, i would say that you make a log cabin and cut it out with seam allowances and applique it to a background
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    If you google for heart patterns then you could put it together with a log cabin. I know there's some good patterns that give you a nice heart with the curves ... and some that are not totally rounded where you snowball the corners that can be quite effective (I've made them!)
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    I think this is a kit that has a foam board with the design cut in it. The kit also has the fabric with it but the tool that you need is extra. You can also get a frame that cost about the same as the kit. Sandy

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    Quote Originally Posted by js3830 View Post
    I think this is a kit that has a foam board with the design cut in it. The kit also has the fabric with it but the tool that you need is extra. You can also get a frame that cost about the same as the kit. Sandy
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    QuiltGram wants to SEW it ... whereas this kit is for a no-sew project.
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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltgram2125 View Post
    I found this picture on Hancock fabrics website as a no-sew quilt magic kit and I fell in love with it. Does anyone know how to actually sew this pattern?
    http://www.hancockfabrics.com/Log-Ca...VVviewprod.htm

    Make 4 partial log cabins for the corners. Make another with the red close in and cut out a heart to applique onto the white. Looks pretty simple.
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    I would do reverse applique. Turning under some white fabric to reveal the log cabin heart would be easier for me than doing needle turn applique on that heart with so many seams. JMHO

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