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Thread: Floral Log Cabin Update

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    That quilt will be gorgeous with those gorgeous blocks. Love that pattern.
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    It is beautiful!

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    Love the Floral colors and I also love log cabins quilts.Beautiful work.

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    beautiful blocks and the layout is fabulous, really shows your fabrics

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    So stunning - makes me want to get one started!
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    It's a winner!
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    Now I must try one of those; I'll start watching for floral fabrics the next time I shop. I love everything about your's!
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    Very pretty! I love the floral fabrics and like the layout. Hope you're soon feeling 100%.

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    That is going to be stunning! Can't wait to see more! Log cabin is the block I love the most!

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    OMG. . . It is too beautiful. I love it. Can't wait to see it finished!
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    You results are beautiful. Do share this beauty again when its quilted. I too have an addiction for making floral log cabins.... my motto is when in doubt make a log cabin.

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    Your florals are pretty-----------BUT-------------I'm absolutely wild about white on white tonals. And you have a fantastic collection for your log cabins. Congrats on a beautiful job so far!
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    Very striking.
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    That is going to be one gorgeous quilt when finished. Well done. Such pretty fabrics.

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    Love the contrasting colours and the florals are a tonic in this cold winter.
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    Yes Yes always for log cabins
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    that is beautiful

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    LOVE your blocks -- never thought of using florals, but I'm definitely going to now. What size strips did you use? I'm guessing 1.5 inch, but can't tell.....

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    Love it very pretty

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    Going to be absolutely lovely!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DebbE View Post
    LOVE your blocks -- never thought of using florals, but I'm definitely going to now. What size strips did you use? I'm guessing 1.5 inch, but can't tell.....
    The initial center square is cut at 2 1/2 inches and the remaining strips at 1 1/2 inches. I just kept adding strips until I got to a size that works for a queen size quilt without having to add much in the way of borders. My sister asked that I only add a narrow solid color border, so I may add another round to each block before I'm done.
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    Thanks Annie. Believe it or not, I shop the remnant bins and garage sales, etc in search of fabric, so ALL of the fabrics for this quilt came from those sources! I too love the white on white's, and they were fun to use in this quilt. They sure help the bright florals stand up and take notice! lol

    I can also see why people become addicted to log cabins, and believe it has something to do with all the remaining strip ends. Now really, we MUST do SOMETHING with them, but what? Ahhh...another log cabin quilt! lol Predictable, but no matter what other fabrics you might add to all those strip ends, the log cabin turns out beautiful over and over again! =)
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    Pretty with such a crisp look too ............ thanks for sharing

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    What an awesome quilt this is going to be. Can't wait to see it finished. Thanks for sharing it with us.
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    Awesome!!!!

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