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Thread: Curved Log Cabin in Neutrals

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    Curved Log Cabin in Neutrals

    I think I may call this quilt Switzerland since it's neutral I do need to figure out a name for it.
    I found the curved log cabin tut on line, free, at qnntv.com Each block is 9" finished, so each bead is 18".
    I collected fabrics for this for probably a couple of years, and used a lot of white scraps in it too as I use white in a lot of my quilts. There's a ton of variance in tan/beige fabrics!
    I learned a LOT about making log cabins too!
    The quilting really sets off the quilt pattern. The quilting design is specific to the curved log cabin block and was made by TK Quilting and Design.
    The back is a beige paisley - more love! This is one of my favorite quilts that I've made.
    Thanks so much for looking!

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    wow, really stunning. Beautiful quilt.
    put off till tomorrow what you can do today, and if you procrastinate long enough, you may never have to do it.

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    very pretty quilt....

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    ​Beautiful quilt and quilting!

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    That is just beautiful!!

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    Beautiful! I think you should name it Quilled Cabin. The quilting reminds me of a quilled card I got a few years back. Your quilt is so beautiful and warm looking.

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    How about Swiss Cabin?
    Anyway, this is the type of quilt I'd always wanted to make before I learned the "rules." Now, I am determined to make one, as soon as I can build up my Swiss stash.

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    Gorgeous quilt!

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    Beautiful quilting really sets off the blocks. Love the neutrality of the colors. Something that would be very different for me....

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    OMG...your quilt and quilting is simply beautiful. Have always wanted to do a neutral LC...like your curved one. Thanks so much, also, for all of the info.

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    That is beautiful! The colours and quilting made me double check, when you said ?log cabin?
    Susy

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    Your quilt is stunning.
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    Very elegant quilt. Incredible quilting.

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    Yes, I'd agree with the "elegant" description! Really nice work!
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    The quilting is just stunning, and the quilt is as well
    God Bless you all.
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    nicely done
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    That's a beautiful quilt

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    Your quilt is wonderful! I love the neutrals!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lynnie View Post
    wow, really stunning. Beautiful quilt.
    I agree, this is a gorgeous quilt and the quilting is stunning!
    A quilt is a blanket of love. Sharon

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    Beautiful work - and the quilting is fabulous.

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    Love it. The quilting really sets off the blocks.
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    Wow, what a stunner! The quilting is awesome too. Gorgeous quilt, and thanks for the information on the pattern.

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    Your quilt is beautiful. I love neutrals. I have been looking for the "curved log cabin" pattern for about 6 months so thank you for the link. You did a great job and the quilting is wonderful.

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    This is just beautiful. I've been toying with the idea of making curved log cabin for my bucket list this year plus something in neutrals,so I may just "copy" your beautiful quilt. As for names, it reminds me of walking on a beach. I've walked on beaches in many places in this world collecting seashells. The neutral curved LC, reminds me of the shells,carditas,mollusks,limpets. Anyway, It is just beautiful. Thank you for sharing.

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    What a wonderful quilt. Nicely done! Congrats. Luann
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