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Thread: Modified Snake River log cabin, scrappy

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    This is a quilt I finished earlier this year, just got around to finishing with the pictures. I started with Judy Martin's Snake River Log Cabin pattern, but it looks nothing like her design, because I changed the block a little and changed the layout a lot. It's a big quilt, 108 inches square, and I quilted it in 4 sections, leaves and spirals. I used up the extra fabric and also extra blocks on the back. Since I did this quilt I've learned to make a better join between the sections that isn't as visible. (Quilt and learn...)
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    *Wipes the drool off her chin and keyboard and desk and .... * LOL
    Can you tell I like it? hehe

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    WOW.. THAT IS STUNNING!!!!! You do awesome work!

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    Stunning! Looks like soooo much work was put into it.

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    Dunster it's really hard to type with my jaw on the floor - WOW!!!!! :D

    EDITED to say I just went and ordered that book! :shock: :lol:

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    Your quilt is amazing! I love it

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    Beautiful!!!! You have made some really gorgeous quilts!!!!

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    Amazing pattern. I like it! Two thumbs up! :D :D

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    Oh my I'm in love.

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    Ok now ... That quilt is unbelieveable!! Just how long did you work on it?

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    Dunster, I think you are the Queen of Log Cabin s. Another beautiful quilt.

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    Awesome! Makes me really wish I was more advanced. You have it going on!

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    well done!

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    Absolutely gorgeous! I am in awe of your talents. . .beautiful quilt. . .LOVE IT!!! There are not enough words to express how wonderful your quilt is. You should be so proud. :D

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    WOW!!!!

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    wow, drool city, here too, dunster! :D
    edit: What is the name of the Judy Martin book, and if some of us, ever get around tuit,...would you be willing to share, how you modified yours to get it to look like THAT? :mrgreen:

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    That is incredible!

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    A M A Z I N G..... love it

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltncrazy
    wow, drool city, here too, dunster! :D
    edit: What is the name of the Judy Martin book, and if some of us, ever get around tuit,...would you be willing to share, how you modified yours to get it to look like THAT? :mrgreen:
    I think it is just Judy Marting Log Cabin Quilts. Somethin like that. I bought the book, ordererd it from Amazon, it has some really pretty log Cabin quilts in it. I hope to make one sometime. I do really like what she has done to hers, though, that summer lake one she made I really really like.

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    Truly amazing. Great job. Wow.

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    That's awesome! I have not seen one laid out like that before, but really like it!

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    Which book did you get the pattern from??? I am in awe, just now got my mouth closed. Just fabulicious. :D :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nursesews
    Which book did you get the pattern from??? I am in awe, just now got my mouth closed. Just fabulicious. :D :D
    Thank you everyone, I really appreciate your comments.

    The book is - Judy Martin's Log Cabin Quilt Book. I highly recommend this book. Good designs, construction information, lots of layouts, etc.

    http://www.amazon.com/Judy-Martins-C...2535631&sr=8-1

    Believe it or not, my quilt is the same as the one on the cover, but as I said I changed the block just a little and changed the layout a lot. I experimented with EQ6 and also laid the blocks out on the floor. Here is a layout that's more like the one in the book. I wanted to do a light color piano key border, but the quilt was big enough without it, and I was tired of it, so I stopped. It's amazing to me how much a log cabin can change by just flipping the blocks around.



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    Awesome!

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    Oh My Goodness....that is absolutely beautiful :). You must be so proud of it. I love the design and the colors. It's great. I actually think I'm drooling :) :)

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