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Thread: Log Cabin Snake River

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    Amazing!i'm still doing strip quilts and tumblers. lol gorgeous job! don't show it to my daughter! she'll either steal it or beg me to make her one!
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    Just beautiful, great job and thank you for sharing.
    Have a Blessed day
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    That looks like a real challenge but how stunning it turned out. Good job!!
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    It's beautiful......but sure looks like a lot of work!

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    Snake River

    Quote Originally Posted by rita222 View Post
    I just finished making the Snake River Quilt from Judy Martins Log Cabin Quilt Book.It was the moxt challenging project I have ever done. I always wanted a black and white quilt so I combined both and made the attached quilt top. I haven't quilted it as yet, that will be another challenge for me. Hope you like it. There is one obvious mistake that I will correct before the quilting is done.
    Thanks for looking.
    What a beautiful pattern! You are quite acomplished. I would be proud to own such a beaturiful quilt. Well done.

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    Wow, this was a challenge, but turned out great!

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    I dearly love log cabin quilts. Yours came out spectacular!
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    Lovely quilt. The black white and red are a great combination.
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    This is perfect! Our guild is starting this one this year and I think I will try black and white. Very nice!!
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