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Thread: Log cabin heart Block

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    I think the block is made using a foam block and the fabric pieces arepushed into the slots or groves. Clotilde.com has them for Christmas season a lot cheaper at $24.98 Hope this helps. I remember seeing it done on HGTV when they carried all the craft shows.
    Kathy Osterby

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    Hi I just love this wall hanging it is made on foam board per set up it is a kit. However if you would llike a log cabin style heart you can find one in a book "still stripping after 25 years by eleanor burns. I just found a block she calls by many names on of them is in this book "my heart bleeds for you" also "broken heart" it is a little diffrent then this one I do think you can use the idea of the one to make the other. good luck happy quilting yippie

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    Found a log cabin heart block by Eleanor Burns: http://www.quiltinaday.com/shoponlin...lay.asp?i=1527

    In this next link, scroll down to near the end of the screen: http://texasmomquilts.wordpress.com/.../small-quilts/

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    This fabric is precut and gets tucked into a foam base. Very pretty
    laura quilters rule

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    Hi I am a newbie---but I think in my meandering I have seen a way that this was done.
    It was a foam block that has slits in it and you cut your fabric and tuck it into the slits.
    This girl was a quilter from another country and she did an amazing and beautiful clock
    this way. Absolutely beautiful. I had thought of trying it. I think you will love it!!

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    how to sew block

    Quote Originally Posted by quiltgram2125 View Post
    I found this picture on Hancock fabrics website as a no-sew quilt magic kit and I fell in love with it. Does anyone know how to actually sew this pattern?
    http://www.hancockfabrics.com/Log-Ca...VVviewprod.htm

    actually, you con't sew it. you press the pieces into the foam board.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kathy Osterby View Post
    I think the block is made using a foam block and the fabric pieces arepushed into the slots or groves. Clotilde.com has them for Christmas season a lot cheaper at $24.98 Hope this helps. I remember seeing it done on HGTV when they carried all the craft shows.
    Yes, that is where I saw it at.

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    Love the look of that log cabin heart block
    Thanks MTS for the EQ tutorial.
    Eleanor Burns' "Still Stripping" has a nice heart log cabin heart also-

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    Eleanor Burns had a show on this past week with her easy to make log cabin heart.

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    "Reason 1:
    $42 for a 15" inch wall hanging!?!?!??!?"

    Ahhh now I understand.

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