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Thread: My first log cabin attempt

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    Looks Great! No longer need to fer them. :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Nice with the pinwheel center

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    Wonderful, I love the colors you used.

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    very nice colors

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    I love the pinwheel centers. See, log cabins aren't so hard--you did a beautiful job!

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    Great so far.

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    You did a great job and very nice choice of colors too!!

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    Wonderful job.

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    Looks great. I love log cabins, don't think I ever saw one with the pinwheel in the center. Wow.

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    Loving the fabric you are using. Going to look super when finished.

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    Great job!

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    very creative

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    those are wonderful....I love pinwheels and I too was intimidated by log cabins until I started doing scrappy ones after a friend showed me. Written directions might have well been in Greek.....lol Great job.

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    very pretty design. This middle would have given me the most trouble, but you matched those points so well. Interesting how each quilter has their own quirk.

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    I really like those - I like the blue flower material...

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    You did a fabulous job!

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    what a great idea having the pinwheels in the center. Got to try this one, yours are great! Anxious to see the final product!

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    That's a great idea! I, also, avoid log cabins as I have trouble keeping them square. This would be a great way to practice!

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    wow like that idea a lot ! looks like a good job to me !

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    Great job!!!Log Cabin is one of my favs,now I found another way to punch it up a bit. :thumbup: :D

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    I like this idea. The pinwheels will give the quilt some unique quality. Very nice.

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    Looks like you're off to a good start! Great job!

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    I love log cabins, I think they are so very unique, and lots of possibilities. I have done a reversible log cabin many years ago, it was fun and challenging.

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    great job

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    Thank You for shareing the blocks.It seems to me this takes a lot of fear at trying this pattern and gives hope and inspiration. You have done a great job. Marvel

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