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Thread: Floral Log Cabin Update

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    wow, very nice

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    REMARKABLE!! I love the way it's going together.
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    looks fantastic
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    Have a great day and happy sewing !

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    Oh my!!! That is simply gorgeous!! Well done!
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    wow! I usually don't like florals but I love this quilt and especially love how you've chosen to lay out the log cabin blocks. Gorgeous!

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    Gorgeous! Can't wait to see it finished!
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    that is looking beautiful
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    Wow, wow, wow

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    Your quilt is beautiful! Do you cut your strips to size, or do you cut width of fabric strips and sew and trim as you go? I still have not made a log cabin quilt, but it is on my to do list. I can't decide which method to use.

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    How beautiful!
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    I'm curious what method you use, too. Cutting your strips to exact size or sewing and trimming. Love your quilt!
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    Just gorgeous, great job and thank you for sharing, hope your doing better.
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    I love it!!
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    Log cabin is on my bucket list. Hope mine turns out half as pretty as yours

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    Your quilt is just awsome!!!!

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    Stunning quilt. I'm collecting fabrics for a floral log cabin right now. I fell in love with this block when I saw the first one here on the QB. Good job. Keep up the good work. Are you using the new log cabin ruler?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnnieH View Post
    Love the contrasting colours and the florals are a tonic in this cold winter.
    Annie
    I was thinking the same thing. The flowers make me feel like Spring.

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    Lovely! I always like a floral log cabin....
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    That is stunning! I love the contrast in it. It gives it such an impressive look. Well done! You have inspired me to try making one someday . Did you follow a particular pattern maker?
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    Love your blocks! I especially like how you arranged them!

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    I just Love Log Cabin Quilts . . . your's is absolutely beautiful!
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    Absolutely a winner! It is beautiful and on my "to do" lists. (Note the plural!)

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    Your piecing is perfect, the blocks are beautiful.

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    great use of floral scrapssssssss
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    what is the name of the pattern or can someone tell me how to make one like this mary

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