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Thread: A different log cabin quilt

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    A different log cabin quilt

    This is a customer's quilt that was quilted by my wife. The customer and my wife decided to have it quilted with log cabins since it was a wilderness type of quilt. I designed the pattern and my wife did all of the quilting on it.
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    What a great quilt. Great job on the quilting too. Thanks for sharing.

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    Love the quilt! Great job on the original quilting design.
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    What a unique idea, it turned out so well. Great job.

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    That is so neat- very creative. I like the combinations.

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    A husband and wife team -- how neat. The quilt is quite unique and very pretty. I love the backside of the quilt, too.

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    Nice quilt. I love the quilting.

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    Unique and very cool.
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    Neat and creative! Great job to all!
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    Very creative. Love the quilting!
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    awesome job! What a great idea

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    Beautiful and unique design. Looks great on this quilt.

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    Very different, and I love the quilting.
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    Nice work on the design. I like the way the back looks too! I've used that same fabric in quilts I've made. First one I made was a wall hanging that I gave away to someone I've never met and my DH was upset with me --- he wanted it. Now I'm making him a queen size quilt with this fabric and my own design for the entire quilt.

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    Wonderful teamwork. Love the quilting - different.

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    Totally awesome!!
    will quilt 4EVER

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    Beautiful quilt and quilting.

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    I say you out did yourself. Great job.

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    What a truley unique quilting design!

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    Great idea. Very creative! Thanks for sharing.
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    Great idea! The log cabin design is perfect for the fabric. You 3 make a good design team!

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    That is really a different log cabin quilt.... Great Job....

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    Very nicely done!

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    What a unique and fun quilt pattern. The quilting is excellent and really makes it all stand out. Nice job by everyone (smile). Thank you for sharing this unique quilting.
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    Very cool!
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