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Thread: Looking for Nontraditional log cabin

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    Super Member rusty quilter's Avatar
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    Looking for Nontraditional log cabin

    Does anyone know where I can get this pattern? It is posted in our pictures section and I would love to make it.
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    It's "Snake river Log cabin" from the Judy Martin's log cabin quilt book. The original post for this quilt is here Joy's Snake River Log Cabin....quilted by Charisma
    Nancy in western NY

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    Thank you so much--I will get looking for the pattern!

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    This one is on my to do list for someday. Probably in Blues and Purples though!


    My newest Grandson, Caleb Austin, was born May 29th. I am now Grandma to 4 precious babies. I am so blessed!!!!

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    Next on my list too!! Have been collecting fabrics for it. can't wait to start!

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    Yea, me too, till I found out it is 1200 pieces!

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    I found the book for my daughter at the best price on Amazon - and it qualified for free shipping, so ,of course, I had to order the Twist and Turn Bargello book for me to get over $25.

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    I took a class and made this quilt in the spring. It looks so difficult, but is really quite easy. The pieces are small, so that makes it a little labor intensive. It's not quite done, but I was able to make the entire center part with fabrics from my stash that were leftover from other projects. That translates into "free", isn't that great?
    Sue

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    Some one on this board made this and posted photos of the whole process. Very interesting. Didn't look to be to difficult.

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    There are other really great patterns in that book . I bought it for the Snake River Log Cabin pattern , but love some of the others just as much... so its a very good value.

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