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

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    Super Member Jan in VA's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by DonnaFreak View Post
    OK.....I'm confused as to why you would sew pieces together, then cut them apart???
    Donna,
    Can you be more specific...which part do you mean 'Sewed together then cut apart'?

    Back on the first page of this topic I responded to Pepita's post about cuting the red into squares then sewing them individually to a green strip when it would be more efficient to sew a red strip and a green strip together, then cut into a green/red segment before adding the next 'log' strip. Is this what you mean?

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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
    Thanks for mentioning that as i was also wondering. Wonderful tutorial and super design pattern.

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    any chance you could do the tutorial in pdf. i do not have the program you used. thanks just in case you can do that

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    Thanks much Jan. So far, I have only done a log cabin in floral and white on whites to make a good sized table runner. Someday, comes the quilt.
    Yooper32 aka: Donna B

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    Thanks so much! I'm adding this to my bucket list for sure.
    In my quilt lab!

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    Thanks Jan for sharing this tutorial, Log Cabins are one of my favorite patterns and I just printed this one off so I can make it.

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    Thanks, Jan, This one is for sure on my 2do list! Great job! Mawluv

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