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Thread: Black and white ( with a touch of red ) king log cabin

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    What a great log cabin, really like the fabrics you chose.

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    that is just beautiful. been wanting to do a B & W log cabin.

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    I just love black and white with a touch of red. Great quilt - I am happy to take it and use for the cold weather that we are having now. l

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    Beautiful!!! It is on my list too...... someday......

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    WOW, both quilts are really beautiful. Like the layout of the first one best.
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    What a lovely quilt. You have the perfect head board for this quilt.
    thanks for sharing.

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    Gorgeous quilt!
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    What a great quilt love the red it really makes it pop. Awesome job

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dorian View Post
    Wow, what size are your finished blocks? love this

    The blocks are about 9 inch finished. I used 1 1/2 inch strips.

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    A beautiful quilt. Love the bit of red in it.
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    Definitely fit for the king (AND queen!) of the cabin!! Beautiful!

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    beautiful quilt I love log cabin quilts thank you for sharing )
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    Absolutely gorgeous

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    Great job!

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    Gorgeous quilt. Love it!

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    Sooooo beautiful!!! I love it. Gives me ideas. Thanks for sharing.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    Very nice log cabin. A favorite block of mine in any color but love yours in those colors.

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    Great job! I did one a couple years ago ... if I didn't know better, I'd swear you found my quilt, took it apart, rearranged the blocks and put it back together! I see some of the same fabrics! And I used wool for my batting also. I love black, white and red, and I love your quilt!
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    This is so pretty! I especially like the way the touches of red are so tiny--makes them really "pop".

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    very beautiful

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    oh my that is really beautiful... love it

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    Stunning quilt!

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    Awesome quilt and awesome job, you can be proud of that one.
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    Beautiful log cabin. Love the colors used.

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    Both quilts are beautiful. BrendaK
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