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Thread: Twisted Log Cabin

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    Senior Member sandybeach's Avatar
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    I finally finished this twisted log cabin wall hanging just in time to enter it into our local guild quilt show. I have more pictures of the show's quilts but would like to wait until I know who won "viewers choice" awards before I post them here.

    The quilting was done by the LQS. They did a stitch-in-the-ditch, which is all you really can do with a quilt like this.

    Twisted Log Cabin
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    WOW!! That's pretty!! Love the colors!! They just POP on that black!

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    Absolutely stunning!!!

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    SPECTACULAR !!

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    Absolutely beautiful!! :-)

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    Stunning.

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    Thanks everyone. It took a long time to do (about 1.5 years), but it really wasn't that hard. I just had to keep putting it up to do something else. This was my first try at paper piecing, and I actually love it. No precise cutting, no precise 1/4 inch piecing. Even the black is paper pieced.

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    Think I'll change my avatar. Never really liked the other quilt. Actually gave it away for a fund-raiser.

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    WOW that is beautiful! The black really makes the colors POP! I haven't seen this paper piecing pattern before do you mind telling where the pattern came from. Great job :thumbup:

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    Love it.

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