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Thread: My first log cabin attempt

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    Junior Member rubia's Avatar
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    For the quilting bee I'm in, the recipient wanted pinwheels inside log cabins. For some odd reason, log cabins have intimidated me so this was an excellent opportunity for me to get past that and just do it!

    They aren't perfect, but I'm proud that I did it and got past my fear.
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    looking good!

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    You did good!! I think they are very nice.

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    Those are pretty. I have done log cabins but the pinwheel in the middle is so cool. Great job.

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    That looks great. I like the log cabin with a twist.

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    Looks great!

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    I like it

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    good job

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    Love it. Now that's a log cabin I can work with. Fun!

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    one of the good reasons for doing exchanges is that it takes you out of your comfort zone and you try new things...you did a great job!!!!

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