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Thread: Floral Log Cabin

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    Floral Log Cabin

    I too saw a floral log cabin quilt on this board and loved it, probably Karla's, (I didn't write down the quilter's name) when I saw KyKaren's quilt this morning, I decided to post mine even though it isn't quilted yet. Using floral fabrics was easier than trying to match a large number of dark fabrics (I think).
    This is a Judy Martin pattern from her book "Log Cabin Quilt Book". It is going to hang behind my bed when my niece takes the "Garden Friends" quilt that is hanging there now.
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    Awesome....love the lay out pattern.....

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    I love Karla's (barnbum) floral log cabin quilts...she works so hard to get just the right contrast between lights and darks. And now I see yours and it is a all new version...very nice. Isn't it funny how each of us changes a design??? You have very good color sense.
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    Beautiful. I too, love your lay out. Very creative.
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    Wow, it is really beautiful!

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    Very pretty!!! Gives the log cabin a whole other look! You did a great job!
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    very nice, likt log cabins

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    WOW, that is lovely. This is wonderful with everyone posting LC quilts, my next quilt to make is a LC and I love that I can see all these lovelies!
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    wow...that is lovely! Nice layout choice for the florals!

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    Your quilt is beautiful. I have to confess, I also love the floral log cabins and have started saving florals in hopes of making one someday.

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    So pretty!!!

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    It is funny , I used to pass by alot of florals. Now every time a see a nice one I stop and think , that would be fabulous in barnbums floral log cabin.
    I think your log cabin is just beautiful. No matter where the inspiration comes from .. in the end its all your work. Beautiful !

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    Beautiful, great color choices. Great lay out. I would like to make a matchy matchy floral log cabin. Just don't know when. I am still making scrappy quilts with leftovers.
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    You did such a good job, it is beautiful. I love both of the quilts. You girls are so talented.

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    Beautiful quilt!

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    Looks great! Nice job!

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    Fantastic quilt, I love the various layouts for the log cabin.
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    Beautiful!!!

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    VERY nice! Love those borders you added! Kudos!
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    love love your borders !!!!!!! Also the whole quilt is beautiful !

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    What a beautiful pattern...it's so pretty..
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    Very pretty Looks like a geometric flower garden Great job!!!!

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    BEAUTIFUL quilt! I love how you used the pastels for the light sides of the blocks. It looks very sweet and spring-y.

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    So pretty!
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    Very pretty!
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