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Thread: wonky log cabin blocks

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    Senior Member quiltergirl80's Avatar
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    I seem to have a "wonky block fetish" lately because I can't stop making them. Here are some of the latest wonky log cabin blocks I've made. I posted some wonky stars I made over here:http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-99890-1.htm

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    Senior Member quiltergirl80's Avatar
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    Here's the link to the tutorial I learned the technique on: http://www.quiltdad.com/2009/09/quil...bin-block.html

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    Love your fabrics! What great blocks!

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    So glad that it's a technique! I worked at a craft store at one time and the owner, who had just started quilting, made a wall hanging she found in a magazine. It was way over her head. My job was to simply put sashing on and finish. Egads! So I squared up the blocks the same way you made the log cabin block, trying to make it look like it was done on purpose.

    I love the fabrics you used for the blocks, perfect!

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    Gee, mine turn out like this naturaly. That's why I have to paper piece mine if I want a "normal" LC block. LOL!

    Cute blocks. Love the fabrics.

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    Senior Member Linda B's Avatar
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    Those are great blocks and great fabric. Are you doing a whole quilt with those blocks? Can't wait to see it if you are.

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    They look fantastic.

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    that is a great block

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