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Thread: Thick & Thin Log Cabin Pattern?

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    Thick & Thin Log Cabin Pattern?

    Can someone direct me to an online pattern for a "thick & thin log cabin" quilt? I've seen a picture of one and find it fascinating. I think it was named the "river of fire". The log cabin is made with the strips on one side that are half as wide as those on the other side so the square is never in the middle. It forms a flowing, river like, pattern.

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    I think it's often called an 'uneven log cabin' there are tutorials on google, and here's one on this board: http://www.quiltingboard.com/tutoria...e-t106556.html
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    It's also called an offset log cabin. You can make many patterns with these blocks, just as you can with regular log cabin blocks.

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    Snake river log cabin is one that flows like a river! Judy Martin's Log Cabin book.
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