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Thread: Log Cabin Snake River

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    Log Cabin Snake River

    I just finished making the Snake River Quilt from Judy Martins Log Cabin Quilt Book.It was the moxt challenging project I have ever done. I always wanted a black and white quilt so I combined both and made the attached quilt top. I haven't quilted it as yet, that will be another challenge for me. Hope you like it. There is one obvious mistake that I will correct before the quilting is done.
    Thanks for looking.
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    Very impressive. Well done.

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    Oh I love it. This pattern is at the top of my to do list. Bought up all my red fat quarters this past July. Yours is beautiful!!

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    Gorgeous! It is a challenging pattern but it is worth it when it looks like your quilt top when completed.

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    Very Stricking! It looks really difficult to me, congrats on finishing it!

    Kat

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    Very nice job!

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    whow what a challenge. love it.

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    It looks great! That's an awful lot of seaming in there.

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    looks great!
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    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

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    Great job!!!!

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    I love Judy's patterns. I have all her books and have made quite a few of her quilts. Your quilt is gorgeous.

    Sybil

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    Wow that is awesome,great colours together.
    God Bless you all.
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    Gorgeous collection of B&W and W&B fabrics.

    Beautifully done!

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    That is gorgeous, I love it

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    Quote Originally Posted by rita222 View Post
    I just finished making the Snake River Quilt from Judy Martins Log Cabin Quilt Book.It was the moxt challenging project I have ever done. I always wanted a black and white quilt so I combined both and made the attached quilt top. I haven't quilted it as yet, that will be another challenge for me. Hope you like it. There is one obvious mistake that I will correct before the quilting is done.
    Thanks for looking.
    You did a great job on this quilt. It is lovely. I made one and you are right, it is quite a challenge. I think I figured about 4,620 pieces. Good job.
    Joy

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    Beautiful quilt, love the pattern and colors.
    Pat M.

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    Wow! This is a great quilt! I have never liked doing log cabins but I may give this one a try plus, I really love Judy Martin's style.

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    Wow, that is beautiful, admire you for the time spent on that quilt, I have the book but I bought for a simple quilt in it.

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    How beautiful..I have blacks, whites and bright green....maybe.........!!!!!!!!!!

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    wow really nice

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    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!!
    Kathy Bonafede in Colorado

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    Never would have occurred to me to do this in Black and white.. but its very dramatic! I have been accumulating fabrics for my own version. Thanks for the inspiration.

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    very impressive quilt
    Pegg


    Have a great day and happy sewing !

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    WOW!!! That is gorgeous.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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