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Thread: Framed Log Cabin #1, another scrappy finally bites the dust!

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    Framed Log Cabin #1, another scrappy finally bites the dust!

    I'm just now getting around to finishing this WIP from July, 2010. It's a crumb quilt done log cabin style and then matted and framed. Last week I posted Framed Log Cabin #2. I just added 4 blocks to the bottom row of this one, pieced the back, added the label and it will go with some others to MO. for the homeless children there. Lots of fun scraps are in this one that children would love. I posted this WIP before and here's the link: http://www.quiltingboard.com/picture...ip-t56035.html

    There is a LA on site doing the quilting for free and then it'll be distributed. Thanks for looking!
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    That is really a pretty quilt!
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    Very pretty. Good work.

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    Love those scrappy quilts............................

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    One to be treasured!
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    Very nice..

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    Very pretty, well done
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    Great way to use up your scrap...looks good!

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    I love that. It is bright and happy. I love pieced backs too. Sometimes they are so sharp looking you would be temped to have them up on the bed.
    DEB CAVAN

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    Quote Originally Posted by debcavan View Post
    I love that. It is bright and happy. I love pieced backs too. Sometimes they are so sharp looking you would be temped to have them up on the bed.
    Yes, when the quilt is just crumpled somewhere, you want to see something interesting on the back that draws your eye to the quilt too! The backs can look as good as the fronts! Thank you, debcavan!!

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    Love scrappy. very pretty

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    Very pretty. I'm quilting a log cabin king size now
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    Loving these scrappy quilts!

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    some child will absolutely love this quilt

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    A very pretty quilt, I'm sure someone will love it.

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