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Thread: Scrappy Floral Log Cabin - questions answered on first post

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    Senior Member Shelley's Avatar
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    This is a donation quilt to my children's school alumni association, in honor and memory of my teacher and her husband (the principle) who also graduated from this school. I went to school about 80 miles from here. Small world.

    All but three of the fabrics were from my stash (it's about time!!!).


    Yea!!! They finally loaded!!!

    Edited to add: Strips were cut 2-1/4 to finish 1-3/4: I was shooting for approx. 12" blocks. This is also double batted, cotton on the bottom, wool on top. Once this is bound, I will get wet and block the quilt. Hopefully the cotton will shrink a little, and the wool will give a faux traupunto look. Yes, I quilted this myself, on a longarm. I do have a quilting business. This is considered full custom.

    I don't know yet how they are going to handle this. They may want to raffle this at their annual dinner, so that it stays with an alumni, or they may do a long term raffle to make more $. Doesn't matter to me.
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    Oops, I think you forgot the pic.

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    That is really nice. I like the quilting.

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    Whoa!! That is one of my all-time favorite quilt pictures!! That is absolutely breathtaking! How wide are each of the individual log cabin strips? Awesome fabric choices, block placement AND quilting! :D

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    Beautiful!!

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    It is absolutely beautiful!

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    The strips were cut 2-1/4" (finish to 1-3/4). I was trying to get about a 12" block. The quilt measures nearly 100x100.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shelley
    The strips were cut 2-1/4" (finish to 1-3/4). I was trying to get about a 12" block. The quilt measures nearly 100x100.
    Shelly, that is one beautiful quilt,colors and everything. Is it quilted on a long arm or sewing machine? The quilting is wonderful. Love it. Oops, just looked at your pictures again, long arm quilting. :oops: Tis beautiful.

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    That's beautiful Shelley. I love the srappy floral look...and I love log cabins! Yours is really spectacular.

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    Your quilt is beautiful!! The quilting is awesome too!! Great job!!

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