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Thread: Searching for pattern

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    Searching for pattern

    Hi everyone. I'm so glad Ive found a place to get answers to my quilting problems.I'm looking for a pattern called log cabin cats .Its large blocks and it looks very simple to maybe complete in a week.Any help would be appreciated. Thank You Joge

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    i've seen snails trails blocks done with cats around that, but not log cabin.

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    Janet Kime has a book called "The Cat's Meow" which I believe has some log cabin/cat blocks in it.

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    Is this the quilt (second one down)? http://www.quiltersanonymous.org/win...newquilter.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by dunster View Post
    Is this the quilt (second one down)? http://www.quiltersanonymous.org/win...newquilter.htm
    Oh, that is so darn cute!

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    The 'Four Brown Cats'(pattern incl. in book) or 'Hunter's Cats' (picture only) in Janet Kime's book "The Cat's Meow" could easily be done in a week. The cats are designed using the log cabin blocks-- 5 dark and 5 light fabrics making up the log cabin. Piecing 6 blocks together creates the cat. If you have done log cabin before, you can figure out what is needed by looking at the 'cats' blocks that are shown in Dunster's link.

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    Here's a link that might help.

    http://quiltbug.com/patterns/prairie-grove-peddler.htm see 2nd. pattern

    This link may give you some ideas.

    http://sewfun2quilt.blogspot.ca/2010...ilt-ideas.html
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    Here is a link to a pattern on Quilting Board.

    Another Cat Quilt!
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