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    Super Member jojosnana's Avatar
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    A great bunch of strips! Use the ones you love and send me the rest....okay....sell them...
    Jojos Nana, Carol

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    This is a wonderful idea! I think it would be great to have all the log cabin strips ready when you are, whether that's today or not.
    Being skinny isn't easy, so I gave up and opted for being sexy instead. (aunty acid)

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    Wow! I'm bored... can I come play in your stash? LOL! Awesome strips! Log Cabin to follow?
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    Wow, girl. Git to sewin'!!

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    Wonderful accomplishment! I always cut mine into various sized squares and store them in plastic containers; it really helps to manage scraps. I think I will give your method of storing strips a try.
    Brenda

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    WOW....good for you! Please post your log cabins so we can see them!

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    Beautiful bin! I've bees cutting my strips into tiny squares for a trade and a future postage stamp quilt. I'm getting excited about it!
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    wonderful idea. thank you. do them ahead. good for donation quilts
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    Quote Originally Posted by jojosnana View Post
    A great bunch of strips! Use the ones you love and send me the rest....okay....sell them...
    lol that could happen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cheaha39 View Post
    Thanks, I think I get it, I will stop flipping through quilt pattern magazines and cut..... Great way to accomplish something, besides dog earing magazines...
    I did that for a while too-before cutting the strips
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