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Thread: Finally finished this log cabin quilt top...

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    Senior Member Rose S.'s Avatar
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    Finally finished this log cabin quilt top...

    I have had the blocks for this log cabin quilt top finished for a while and finally got busy and got them sewn together a few days ago. I will be machine quilting it, hopefully in the not too distant future. I am going to have a hard time deciding how to quilt it though.
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    It is all Civil War Reproduction fabrics...the following photo was taken as the wind blew it. It is a strange angle but love the lighting in it.

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    I wish I had a good place to photograph quilts and quilt tops but I don't...and seems like every time I really want to photograph one it is in bright sunlight and the wind is always blowing.

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    Beautiful. Hurry and get it quilted, would love to see the finished quilt. BrendaK
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    Love your quilt. One day I will try this. Nice colors. Post when completed.

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    Not only is it a scrappy but looks like my old time favorite thimbleberry fabric. Good job.
    Denise finally in Manchester NH

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    Great job! I love those fabrics. I can hardly wait to see it quilted. I have the same problem trying to figure out how to do it. So I am more of a top maker than a quilter.
    Lisa

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    That is beautiful, just beautiful! I love Civil War reproduction fabrics the very best & this pattern is PERFECT for them. I can't wait to see this quilted. Maybe Baptist fan? Or an overall clam shell pattern? Whatever you decide I know it'll be fabulous! Please post it again when you're done!
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    wonderful great job!!!!!

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    Beautiful, love your colors
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    I love it! Log cabins are always great ! The scrappier the better.

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    Your quilt is really beautiful, thank you for sharing.

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