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Thread: Log Cabin Snake River

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    Senior Member hokieappmom's Avatar
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    That is a beautiful log cabin pattern. I love your design. I'm amazed at how many ways a log cabin can be made to look completely different. Please post after it is quilted!

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    very nice!!!
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    Beautiful quilt, looks very challenging.
    Another Phyllis
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    Funny thing--I just bought that book last week for that pattern. Once I looked at all of the detailed cutting--decided to put it on the back shelf. How challenging is "challenging" if you were to estimate the hours put into piecing the top?

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    Wow, that is some project. You did a great job. My son would love that quilt

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    Your quilt is beautiful!!! I bought the book but I don't know, it looks way to hard for me....I struggle with everything I do pertaintaing to quilting as it is, I would b afraid I'd end up in the nuthouse

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    I love black and white, I also love black and red. This is a great means of combining the 3 colors, and using one of my favorite patterns. I'm working on a log cabin now. Guess I'll have to get the pattern and make one for myself. Keep up the good work.
    As a side note, my nickname is ladybug (black and red). Once again, love your quilt.
    Last edited by zazulka; 10-25-2012 at 03:54 AM.
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    wow! what a challenge!!

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    Great accomplishment! Beautiful quilt.
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    Amazing job!
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    Wow! It is absolutely stunning!

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    You did a terrific job! That quilt looks pretty complicated!

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    Very impressive!

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    It is beautiful! I love Black and Red in quilts. If there is a mistake, I didn't see it.
    Thanks for sharing!
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    Had to look close to see log cabins, impressive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nantie View Post
    Your quilt looks beautiful, this pattern is also on my list, i bought the book "a while" ago when i saw the quilt hanging...I need to make an organized new year "project" list...how does that sound..lol
    An organized project list.......what is that? Every time I get organized someone has a baby or a wedding or something that wasn't in the plan.
    Jojos Nana, Carol

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    Wow,your quilt is amazing,be sure to show us the finished quilt,please !!!
    lp

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    Awesome quilt. Great job.

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    all I can say is --WOW-amazing work.
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    Wow that is beautiful. I love black, white and red.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kbonafede View Post
    Oh! Oh! Oh! -- Your piecing is incredible and the quilt is absolutely beautiful. You can take a bow! Are you going to quilt it yourself? What machine are you going to use to quilt it, or are you going to hand quilt it? However it is quilted, it is very very pretty. We can feel the intensity of work put into making this quilt top. Well done!!
    yes I am planning on quilting it myself. I have a Juki TLQ I can't do any of the fancy stitching but I can
    do simple designs, at least enough to hold it together. I really enjoy doing the tops the quilting is sorta secondary.
    thank you for your kind words.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rusty quilter View Post
    Funny thing--I just bought that book last week for that pattern. Once I looked at all of the detailed cutting--decided to put it on the back shelf. How challenging is "challenging" if you were to estimate the hours put into piecing the top?
    It took me two months but I must admit I did not work on it daily. those small pieces can get to you. I ripped more than I sewed some days. I kept saying " there must be an easier way" but never did find onel
    Rita

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    Breathtaking! You did an amazing job.

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    What an impressive quilt. Stunning!

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    I bought the book for my daughter. I wonder what color she will use. Your quilt is lovely.

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