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Thread: #7 for 2012 Log Cabin ----------- By Jingle

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    Wow this is a gem!!!
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    Love your quilt. Log Cabins are my favorites.
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    Very nice scrappy log cabin. Love your color combos. That black really makes the yellow pop. Thanks for sharing.
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    It's fabulous! Love the yellows with the black. Very pretty!

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    wow....very, very nice...great color choices

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    so pretty, always love how log cabins can all look so differently

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    Really beautiful Log Cabin! They certainly are timeless!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jingle View Post
    I resized the pics that I tried to post last night. I know better than try to do something that requires thnking after about 8 PM.
    This took me 6 weeks to 2 months, way longer than I like to spend on a quilt. It is a QAYG, It is pretty big full to queen. Made mostly from scraps from previous quilts and small remnants. I hope you all like it.
    I do, I do!!

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    Looks great Jingle! 7 so far? Good for you!

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    I love it!
    Retired teacher, loving it.
    Love quilting also.

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    Yes, only 7 this year. I am working full time again. I found I was too young to stay at home. I am finishing up #8 and will start another when this one is finished.
    Thanks all for your nice compliments.
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    your quilt is beautiful...I love the yellow in it , makes the quilt smile...and anyone that looks at it...

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    I love it. Love your color selections.
    Thanks for sharing.

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    How did you QAYG this log cabin quilt? Is this a Georgia Bonesteel QAYG method she used?

    Oh, love your Log Cabin Quilt. Seven quilts sound good to me.
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    Beautiful quilt

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    Delightful with yellow as the middle! Very pretty quilt!
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    That is really a pretty log cabin. I like the way you did the yellow. Don't think I have seen one with yellow as the main color though.
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    So lovely. Thanks for showing.

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    Love your log cabin....wonderful colors.

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    Just beautiful - so alive and colorful!

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    Your color choices are outstanding. The use of black makes the quilt look Amish inspired. Great job!!!

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    Very pretty! Love the yellows!
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    Looks so warm and like you just want to warm yourself in it the rest of the day! It's beautiful.

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    I think it is wonderful.

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    Gorgeous!! I have seen some gorgeous log cabins on here, some with colors i would never put together, but now i am thinking how wrong i was, because what i thought wouldn't look good together, will look awesome, i need to get started on mine now and not limit my imagination, just go with the flow, so to speak. thank you for sharing, it truly is a beautiful work of art.
    Mary

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