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Thread: another log cabin

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    Super Member nanabirdmo's Avatar
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    seems like the log cabin is one of my favs. i made this for a new baby at church.
    the new baby has a big sister so i made a doll quilt for her.
    i try to make a quilt for each new baby at church. we are a pretty fertile group so i should get lots of experience.

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    don't believe i forgot how to post pics overnight.
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    doll quilt
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    So precious, that is a beautiful quilt :D :D how kind of you to think of big sister, too!!! I am sure that mom and dad will love this new addition for their new addition (and big sister, too)

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    Aren't you the kind person! So wonderful to remember siblings, I always try to do that too. My niece had a preemie last month and has a big brother, so I'm trying to work up the baby quilt and a Shapes Book for Trey. It's so hard to see new gifts and not get one for little ones.

    Thanks for all you do Nana!

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    too sweet

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    Precious! JUst so sweet. :)

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    What is the finished size of your baby quilt ? It beautiful.

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    the demensions are about 38x38. i didn't measure this one after i put on the last border.

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    Thanks, Most of mine are about38 x 46. I like your quilt size also.

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    Beautiful quilts! I love making matching "baby doll" quilts for the baby quilts too! They usually wind up to be the perfect "lap size" for an infant car seat (and at that point baby is too small to be carrying around a baby doll anyway).

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    Those are so sweet. I have a crib size quilt in those colors and I love it. It is ready to be quilted now. Is your fabric Moda? I love yours.....

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    Where did you get the pattern for these Log Cabin quilts? What book or pattern did you use? I do like it a lot. Thanks.....

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    i learned log cabin quilts from an eleanor burns QUILT IN A DAY book. this particular block was on line, sorry i can't find the web site again but it was paper piece that i changed to assemble as i learned to do in the QIAD book.

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    thanks, no not MODA. i probably got the fabric from an outlet. i have quite a stash and can't usually look at a piece and remember where i got it :)

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    Great Job. purple is one of my favorite colors and I just love it with the pale yellow. Thanks for sharing.

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    I love the Log Cabin pattern also. This is beautiful. Love the colors.

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