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    Super Member 1screech's Avatar
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    It is prettier than the original quilt.

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    Beautiful! Thanks so much for posting. I didn't remember your post from before, so thanks for letting us see it.

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    Stunning interpretation! Kudos!
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    Hey, you did great. Love your colors.
    Live and let live!

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    what a wonderful job you have done. Congratulations

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    Originally Posted by raspberryparade09
    (Thank you for all the wonderful comments. I really had fun making the quilt. I sketched it out in EQ7, if anyone would like it, you can PM me, and I when I figure out how to email a quilt in EQ7, I will send it to you. I will post approx. directions here by Monday, Oct. 28.)


    Thanks for sharing your lovely quilt. I don't have EQ7 but will be watching in Monday for the directions. Log cabin in one of my favorite designs and I love leaves.
    GeeGee

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    You did a wonderful job, and made a beautiful quilt.
    "Sometimes it's OK if the only thing you did today was breathe."
    Good friends are right there with you.

    Susan

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    Wow.....that is beautiful....you did an amazing job...

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    They are both gorgeous, great job and thank you for sharing
    Have a Blessed day
    Ellen

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    gorgeous Quilts Both of them

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    So Beautiful!

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    your quilts came out really nice
    Pegg


    Have a great day and happy sewing !

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    You did an excellent job of recreating the pattern. Great job and what a lovely quilt.

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    Absolutely beautiful. Great job! Take care.

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    Below are some general directions for the quilt. I've also include pictures from the EQ7 program:

    Bittersweet Autumn Leaf quilt

    All fabric is from the Benartex collection - Bittersweet
    You can google "Amish log cabin leaf quilts" and see pictures of similar ones.

    24 leaf blocks - made from Eleanor Burns pattern - Autumn Leaves. I made each leaf from a different fabric. I also had to make the background fabrics about " larger than the pattern called for, so that the leaf block would match the size of my log cabin. I found another leaf pattern "Lazy Leaves, by Far-Flung Quilts", and I like this leaf better, but I couldn't easily figure out how to increase the background fabric to make it the same size as my log cabin - 10 ".

    96 log cabin blocks all strips cut 2" wide, then sub cut ( you will need 96 of each piece) Assemble in typical log cabin, starting with the centers green and cream 2". Block finishes at 10 "
    Green center: 2"
    Gold: 3 " , 5"
    Orange 6 ", 8"
    Purple 9 ", 11"

    Cream, 2", 3 ", 5", 6 ", 8", 9 "
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    Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breath away.

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    You did a wonderful job recreating the quilt. Love your colors!

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