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Thread: log cabin with a lens optical illusion

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    log cabin with a lens optical illusion

    this pattern Is by lerusisik and thanks to her she has posted a free pattern. This was a challenging quilt but fun there is a picture tutorial in Russian is show a better way of putting it together then I did. I found it after I had finished it
    the temples are here http://www.lerusisik.narod.ru/images...tedpattern.pdf
    the picture tutorial is here http://www.lerusisik.narod.ru/challenge_twisted01.html
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    the 1st pic is the front the 2nd is the back I also enlarged the pattern
    The back is Ricky Tims' convergence
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    Last edited by mary quilting; 04-28-2014 at 10:03 AM.

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    ​That is super cool!! Nice of you to provide the link to the designer as her foreword talks about people coping her design without giving the source.
    Last edited by Tartan; 04-28-2014 at 10:08 AM.

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    Amazing! Thanks for the links.

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    fantastic!
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    nicely done
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    Your quilt is fantastic, very well done. I found the instructions and printed off the templates a while back, but haven't had the courage to start making the quilt. Enlarging the pattern sounds like a good idea. The back is just perfect for that quilt.

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    very neat!!!!
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    A pregnant quilt! How cool!

    I remember making some like this in a couple of Marilyn Doheny's workshops in Houston years ago. After class, a good friend who had been down the hall in some other workshop came by to see what we'd made. We had her hold up one of the lap sized quilts and didn't tell her that it made her look pregnant. She actually was pregnant, but hadn't told us until, laughing, we showed the (polaroid) picture! The joke was on us!

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    I can't either of the link to open.
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    Wow for the front and back.

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    That is super cool! Great job!
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    sorry I cant make the pattern link work the 2nd pic link works scroll down to the bottom of the page and click on the red схемы It is in Russian and the pattern comes up. see if this link to the pattern works
    the link is all so on the thread http://www.quiltingboard.com/main-f1...t-t239879.html that was started 01-29-2014
    http://www.lerusisik.narod.ru/images...tedpattern.pdf
    the 2nd worked for me
    Quote Originally Posted by mary quilting View Post
    this pattern Is by lerusisik and thanks to her she has posted a free pattern. This was a challenging quilt but fun there is a picture tutorial in Russian is show a better way of putting it together then I did. I found it after I had finished it
    the temples are here http://www.lerusisik.narod.ru/images...tedpattern.pdf
    the picture tutorial is here http://www.lerusisik.narod.ru/challenge_twisted01.html
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    the 1st pic is the front the 2nd is the back I also enlarged the pattern
    The back is Ricky Tims' convergence
    Last edited by mary quilting; 04-28-2014 at 11:42 AM.

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    Very pretty, love the optical illusion.
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    Oh my goodness! That's amazing. It looks like a huge beach ball is in there! So cool! Great fabric choices and the back is beautiful also.

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    Mary, girl, that is one awesome quilt!!!!!

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    Totally awesome - both front and back!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jan in VA View Post
    A pregnant quilt! How cool!

    This quilt here is wonderful!
    HA HA! Ditto to both of Jan's comments!!
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    Wow! Your quilt is awesome! Love both the front and back.

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    That is stunning!! Thanks for sharing the links!

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    Very nice front and back!
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    the first link does not work. It says page not found. I would like to have this pattern. Any suggestion?

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    Stunning! Love it! What an accomplishment!
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    This is fabulous!

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    OMG that is awesome. Wow sure can not imagine how your did that. Great job

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    I love this quilt! My Scot and I enjoy optical illusions and this makes us smile!

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