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Thread: Log Cabin Rag Quilt

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    I know that some of you have a love of rag quilts and log cabin quilts, there is a log cabin rag quilt that I just seen. It is in the book Log Cabin Quilts by Rita Weiss and Linda Causee. Just thought that I would pass this on :D

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    Oh I bet that's pretty. I think the combo could be really interesting!

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    What kind of fabric did they use? It sounds like an interesting combo. I love rag quilts, but have only done flannel and homespun.

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    Here is a picture of the ad in the magazine
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    Ok, so now I HAVE to make one of those.
    Sigh......
    I'll never be caught up.


    :lol: :lol:

    Thanks for posting the picture amma. That really is a cool way to do a raggie, and I WILL plan to make one as soon as I can. :)

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    That's a lot of seams to clip--this would be a good candidate for John Flynn's weed cutter technique--he fluffls his rag quilts with a weed eater.
    Saw his demo on Simply Quilts once upon a time.

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    I also seen where the quilter sewed the rag quilt pieces is pairs and she clipped as she went so that it did not have to be done all at once.

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    That is eye catching! Thanks for sharing with us!

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