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Thread: Log Cabin miniature

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    My friend gave me the trimmings off her T-berries BOM. I took the 3/4" strips, added a few of my own and made this for her.
    LC blocks are 2 1/4 inches finished--overall quilt is 10 inches square. Used my serpentine stitch to MQ on the diagonal and in the black border.

    1/4 inch logs
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    How sweet is that! WOW!

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    Beautiful - I have always admired miniatures, just been hesitant to try.

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    Very nice!! I am learning to love small quilts, having done 3 doll quilt swaps, and seeing everyone's work "in miniature". I really like your little quilt.

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    Very nice. Too tiny for me to try!!!

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    Wow, 3/4 "? That is tiny.

    Cute mini.

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    very nice

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    Boy, is that tiny! You did it again, G! It's just the cutest thing -- your friend will love it! :D :D

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    Great mini!! That is tiny!!!

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    Very nice!
    What a treat for your friend.

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    That is so cute. You did a wonderful job. Bet she loves it.

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    Awesome! You did a great job.

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    Your miniature is one of the best I've seen! Wow!

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    WOW!! That's gorgeous!! :thumbup: I just can imagine making something that small....you did a fantastic job! :D

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    sew cute

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    Hey thanks for all the kind words.
    Now can you help me with picturing? I think it's my camera and the fact that I don't have an instruction book and I'm not sure how to adjust the focus.
    The more I do these small pieces the more I'm addicted. Will take photos of my log cabins that are finished 1/8"--just to see if I could!

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