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Thread: Log Cabin tutorial for "Quilt for a Painting" by Sharoney

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltmom04
    What does "Quilt for a Painting" mean???
    It's a quilt pic that I posted earlier, and several members had asked me how to make the quilt.

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    Is having so much stark white a part of the overall pattern when several are sewn together?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Twinnie
    Is having so much stark white a part of the overall pattern when several are sewn together?
    It's actually not stark white- If you look at the original pics of the quilt, you'll see I used off whites, and pale golds and pale greens. In the tute, my camera flash made those fabrics look very white.

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    Can you post a picture of your origional quilt. I like the look. Gail

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elliotsgreatgrandma
    Can you post a picture of your origional quilt. I like the look. Gail
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    What a beauty! I love the border, too. All of it. And, thanks for the tute. Maybe one on the border??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beebonnet
    What a beauty! I love the border, too. All of it. And, thanks for the tute. Maybe one on the border??
    I have posted one on the border- it's called brick walk

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    Thank you. I will take a look. I would love to try this someday.

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    Thankyou. Your log cabin blocks are beautiful. I love that border too!

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    really pretty! what is finished size of quilt?
    also--did you do each block identical?

    bet i mess up the layout if i try to duplicate yours LOL

    thanks for showing this

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