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Thread: Star Log Cabin

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    I am looking for a Star Log Cabin pattern. Eleanor Burns has one close to what I am looking for, but would like to find an online source if possible (free, actually, I'm a pretty frugal quilter). The one I have seen that I like is in a Rodale book on machine quilting, but they don't offer the pattern.. all blocks are in the same direction with blues in one corner and neutrals or whites in the other.. all blocks are connected with a 6 pointed star... Thanks for your help. Quilter 1234

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    This is a four pointed one ,but maybe you can find it on this web site somewhere.
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    Quote Originally Posted by quilter 1234
    I am looking for a Star Log Cabin pattern. Eleanor Burns has one close to what I am looking for, but would like to find an online source if possible (free, actually, I'm a pretty frugal quilter). The one I have seen that I like is in a Rodale book on machine quilting, but they don't offer the pattern.. all blocks are in the same direction with blues in one corner and neutrals or whites in the other.. all blocks are connected with a 6 pointed star... Thanks for your help. Quilter 1234
    Are you looking for something like this (see pic).

    This is a log cabin star pattern, and you can change the layout in different ways and can change the colors. It uses 2 inch strips, with 3 1/2" blocks for the stars.
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    yes, yes.... where can I find the pattern... or can you explain how the stars are added... quilter 1234

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    belmer, all I get is the hancock site, where do I go to find the star log cabin... sorry,.... quilter1234

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    Quilter 1234, looks like you have found a person with the solution. Excellent.
    pstoner: that is nice. You made it? Nice.

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    Oops - quilterscache not guilters...

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    thanks, saw the one you sent... but the one I'm looking for has stars on top of the log cabin block... look at the post the photo of the blue and white is close to what I am looking for.... just can't find the pattern. Quilter 1234

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    Quote Originally Posted by belmer
    Oh, bother..........you beat me to it.

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    [quote=Boston1954]
    Quote Originally Posted by belmer
    did you notice the mistake? g should be q. goes to a crazy website....

    :-D :-D

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    Quote Originally Posted by dsb38327
    Quilter 1234, looks like you have found a person with the solution. Excellent.
    pstoner: that is nice. You made it? Nice.
    Still in the process, but this is the second star log cabin I've made, just love the pattern, but am looking forward to trying a bargello after I finish my orders for the log cabins

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    Quote Originally Posted by quilter 1234
    I am looking for a Star Log Cabin pattern. Eleanor Burns has one close to what I am looking for, but would like to find an online source if possible (free, actually, I'm a pretty frugal quilter). The one I have seen that I like is in a Rodale book on machine quilting, but they don't offer the pattern.. all blocks are in the same direction with blues in one corner and neutrals or whites in the other.. all blocks are connected with a 6 pointed star... Thanks for your help. Quilter 1234
    the seond quilt i ever made was a queen size star log cabin.it was from a quilt in a day book by eleanor burns.i loved it,wasn't hard to do,just looks it you may be able to order in on her site.sorry i don't know how to send pics,but i'mpretty sure this is the pattern you're looking for.maybe someone else on the boardhas the book who can send pics

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    I made that quilt by El Burns. It is easy and beautiful.
    The star is made in the sashing. You make the star points on the ends of the sashing strips.
    The book is worth the price and use a Joanns coupon.

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