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Thread: Log Cabin (Judy Martin design)

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    Log Cabin (Judy Martin design)

    I posted this picture to another group, so apologies if you've seen it already. But it is my 3rd completed quilt, and I'd love feedback. It is not finished in this picture: still need to quilt the borders (Stitch in the Ditch through the stars: you can see some already done on the L and R sides, near the bottom). It was a blast to make, but keeping track of the different sized logs almost drove me crazy!

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    I like it, good job, the stars and blocks mixed are great. Barb
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    Very impressive. It's a beautiful quilt.

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    Lovely.....lovely....it is beautiful. I love the colors!!! Great work for a third!!!! Thank you for sharing.
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    That quilt is amazing!!!

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    Very pretty log cabin and the quilting looks great also!

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    beauuuutiful, have fabric for one ready to go but keep putting it off.

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    Very pretty.

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    nicely done. i like the way the stars are aligned in the border
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    It's gorgeous!! I use zip-top sandwich baggies and sometimes quart-size baggies to keep track of my logs. Use a separate bag for each size and just write on the bag with a sharpie to indicate the size of the logs in that bag. If you don't want to use a sharpie (it will be permanent), just put a piece of masking tape on each bag and write on that.

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