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Thread: Baby Big Block Log Cabin and Wedding Quilt

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    Baby Big Block Log Cabin and Wedding Quilt

    I made this big block baby log cabin quilt in duplicate for two special newborns. It is quick, easy and fun to make. It uses up a lot of small "leftover" pieces of fabric from your stash.
    I finished the next quilt for a wedding gift. I used a top that my 86 year old mother made.
    I am trying to label all my quilts before gifting them. Sometimes I am good at it and then sometimes I am NOT!! HaHa!!
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    OMG - I love the idea of one huge log cabin block for a babies quilt. How big did you cut your strips?

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    nicely done
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    Beautiful!! I LOVE your label!!

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    They are both very sweet quilts!
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    Both quilts are awesome. The baby quilt give me more ideas for my left over scraps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brod71 View Post
    OMG - I love the idea of one huge log cabin block for a babies quilt. How big did you cut your strips?
    Very pretty quilts.

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    Very nice.

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    Looking good on both!
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    Great lookin quilts

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    Quote Originally Posted by brod71 View Post
    OMG - I love the idea of one huge log cabin block for a babies quilt. How big did you cut your strips?
    I'd also love to know! That is so cute!
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    Very nice.

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    Nice job on both. Love the log cabin. ...

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    Very nice!

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    Both are lovely!!
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    Just adorable!!! Great idea.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    Pretty quilts. I like the log cabin. How wide were your strips?

    If I can ever get going again, I would like to make some big block quilts.

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