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Thread: Baby Log Cabin & Patchwork Puzzle Ball

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    Beautiful! Did you do the quilting yourself?

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    Very cute! I really like how the quilting gave the log cabin an entirely different look! Cute ball, too!
    Being skinny isn't easy, so I gave up and opted for being sexy instead. (aunty acid)

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    The trick is ti fill it as full of cotton stuufing as possible and then put more in. Pack it tight. Afterewards put it in the dryer with damp towel for five minutes. Jinny Beyer explains it well in her book Patchwork Puzzle Balls and has designs for a number of different size balls.
    Wayne & Gabriele, the married quilters.

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    No we used a LAQ who subsequently got ill and can no longer do quilting.
    Wayne & Gabriele, the married quilters.

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    What a pretty log cabin & the centers look great. I also love the quilting. Wish I could make feathers like that! I like the ball, too.

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    Beautiful quilt and quilting!

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    Great work on the quilt, the ball looks like a lot of work, but good for you to have the patience because that it a great idea.

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    Both project are wonderful, I love them

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    Beautiful quilt. Nice touch with the ball

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    I love log cabins...yours is wonderful. The quilting really makes it stand out...
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