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    Senior Member ddrobins1956's Avatar
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    Here are some things that I've been working on .

    log cabin quilt in progress
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    candle mat
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    candle mat
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    Senior Member ddrobins1956's Avatar
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    Hmmm.....something to add to my wish list a new digital camera. This old dinosaur is just not cutting it anymore.

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    Regardless the quality of the pictures, I can sure see how pretty they are!

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    really nice! great colors!

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    Great work. My pictures don't come out as colorful either.

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    I love these! I hadn't thought of candle mats, and you did such a good job on these :D

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    Thank you all for the compliments.

    Loretta, I believe that star mat is Annie's Choice. I got the pattern off of Quilter's cache. I love making blocks and sometimes don't really know what to do with them. I made up a bunch of those candle mats and I'm taking them to a craft consignment shop that we have in town. See if I can sell them. I got to practice some machine quilting too, as they are small and not hard to manuever in my machine. I usually make 12 inch blocks.

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    You have been busy!!

    Those are all lovely :D

    Have you read the topic about new digital cameras by the way??

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    Beautifully Done! I love them all! :D :D :D

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    great projects!! I love your log cabin!! I have always liked that block.. you can do so much with that block and depending on which way you position the blocks, each quilt is different. I taught a basic log cabin quilt one time with 12 women. No two women had the same design!!! it was incredible!

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