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Thread: Donna's Ancestor's Antique Log Cabin Variation

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    Super Member Pinkiris's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by pojo View Post
    I can't open doc. up on my computer
    I don't have Microsoft Office on my computer, either. We use Open Office. In order to look at Jan's file, I needed to right click on her Word document link (above) then chose "Save Target As" with a left click. Then I chose where I wanted to save the file on my computer and added the extension ".sxw" after the title, which is what Open Office uses for text documents. You will need to use whatever extension YOUR text program uses. Then just click "Save". Then I can open the document in Open Office and read it.

    Hope that this helps you!
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    I love log cabins and all the variations. My bucket list contains a slip that I'll make all the variations I can find.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sandygoshorn View Post
    I love log cabins and all the variations. My bucket list contains a slip that I'll make all the variations I can find.
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    Do you have microsoft works? That'll do it. It's free, you can download it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jan in VA View Post
    Absolutely right, LOL!! That's what comes of drawing patterns at midnight, sigh.
    Thank you for catching that, Pepita.

    Jan in VA
    I made your file into a PDF so those who can't open your file have a chance to see it.
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    Jan, I think you're a genius! And seesaw2mch is great too! Thanks!
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    Here's a pdf version.

    Lol. I see someone beat me to it. Left my computer before hitting reply.
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    Last edited by virtualbernie; 04-07-2012 at 07:39 PM.
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    Thank you all for the PDF version, I too don't get the other.
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    Easy peazy!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by seasaw2mch View Post
    I made your file into a PDF so those who can't open your file have a chance to see it.
    Awwww, thank you, dear heart!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jan in VA View Post
    Here is a tutorial for the very interesting log cabin quilt seen in Donna's post My Ancestors

    Read the topic to see the vintage photo of her ancestors and their quilt.

    Jan in VA
    OK.....I'm confused as to why you would sew pieces together, then cut them apart???
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