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Thread: A different kind of log cabin

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    A different kind of log cabin

    This is a log cabin quilt (in progress) based on a design for a Navaho rug. While I don't think I'll ever make another log cabin quilt by hand, it seemed appropriate at the time, given the inspiration.

    Thanks for taking a look.

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    Oh, that's so pretty. The colors are perfect for that quilt.

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    Very pretty and nice color palette. This type of LC design is found in antique as well as contemporary quilts. It is commonly referred to as a Greek Key Log Cabin.

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    Greek key. that it's. Lovely.

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    very interesting
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    very pretty. reminds me of a box full of chocolates
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    A lot of quilts are fashioned out of rugs and floors of churches , cathedrals, and gov't buildings. Yours is gorgeous.

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    Beautiful quilt, can't imagine doing it by hand, Wow!
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    Wonderful quilt and I love the colors.

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    Amazing that you did that all by hand!~
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    Cool, it reminds me of the old 'Twilight Zone' time spiroll.

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    Thanks for the name. This is beautiful. BrendaK
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    Lovely....very graphic..
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    ​Great design!

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    Very well done.

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    What a pretty quilt.

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    Very pretty and interesting.

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    Neat design and great colors.

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    Log cabin quilts are so versatile and yours really proves that point! Quite lovely!

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    Wow, that is very nice!!!
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    Very interesting design.

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    Very nice job

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    Beautiful quilt! I really like the block & your fabrics.

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    Appropriate colors and lovely design. Love it.

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    That is truly amazing. You must be a math major to figure out your color placement. Great work.
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