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Thread: Miniature log cabin block

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    Senior Member Kara's Avatar
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    This is my first venture into miniatures. It'll be a gift for Christmas.
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    Wow Kara--I am very impressed. What a great first job!!! Did you paper piece?

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    WOW! Good work!!

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    WOW What a BIG pencil that is!!! LOl :lol:

    Really great job.

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    What size is the block and what are you going to do with it? I love all things Log Cabin!

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    way too cute. :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: Pam W.

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    Great Job!!! I love miniatures but I havent done any yet!! So what are you making? Is it all log cabin or a sampler? :D

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    This is wonderful....I am proud of you.... :lol: :lol: :lol:

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    I had BIG ideas about doing miniature blocks, think I got 4 done 4" finished size.....you just reminded me thats another UFO I forgot about tee hee!! Love your block what size is it??

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    Wow! Show us more!

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    Very nice!! I don't know if I would have the patience. Great work.

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    Great job Allways wanted to do miniatures but have not got around to it yet.

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    Oh how cute!!! I'm betting those are half in finished strips, 4" block? Very nice :)

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    I so admire you! :thumbup: I'd be bald it I tried that. :roll:

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    Such precision! I think you are destined for miniatures! It's a beauty!

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    Wicked Cool!! I love miniatures and can't wait to try one, but you can bet I'd never post my first attempt! Yours is awesome. Great job!! I'm guessing it's a 2" block with inch strips?

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    It is a 2" block (finished size). 1/4" strips.

    I completed the first one - too make sure I was indeed crazy enough to complete this project - and the other 35 are almost done (they need the outside "logs" added).

    It is to be a wall hanging for my sister for Christmas. Need to get it done.

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    Kara,
    Your work is beautiful. I love miniatures, and I can't wait to see your completed project. The person you are making this for is going to love it. My first miniature was a Christmas gift last year. Here is the link to it, if you want to see. http://www.quiltingboard.com/posts/list/3963.page
    Please show us more pictures as it progresses. Thanks for sharing.

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    WOW! What a great job....... Keep up the good work... :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chele
    Such precision! I think you are destined for miniatures! It's a beauty!
    Wow! so neatly done.

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