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Thread: Log Cabin Quilt top finished!!!! YAY!

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    Super Member janiesews's Avatar
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    Wonderful quilt-very pretty.

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    WOWZER..great job.

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    I really like your color choices, it is so calming and not at all what I expected from a log cabin. Beautiful work!

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    Well planned, beautifully executed and the quilting really sets if off. Great job!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoriAmD
    I have the top all quilted - I quilted butterflies because the backing has butterflies.
    Will wait on binding because I want to sew the label into the binding. Need to wait until it gets closer to my niece's wedding so I have the information correct. I don't want to put a date in yet and find out they have changed it at the last minute. Right now the wedding is set for June 23, 2012 so lots of time to get this done.
    I have this on my full bed but it will fit a queen. Not sure what size bed she has.
    Thanks for looking.
    Why don't you do all the binding except where you want the label to go plus 12 inches each side of the spot. That way it will be finished quicker in case of an emergency that may arise.

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    It is very nice and I'm sure she will love it.

    Vicky

    Hint: you could sew the binding on except for a the corner that way you have it all toegther with the quilt and when the time comes it's just as easy as sewing that little last piece .

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    the butterflies add a nice touch :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Lucky is the bride and groom receiving such a beauty.
    Love it all. Backing is great.

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    very sharp looking quilt. nice colors and qulting

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