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Thread: My version of a log cabin quilt

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    Quote Originally Posted by liking quilting View Post
    My inspiration for this came from Jenny at MSQ Co. (the 4th of July jellyroll was one of her daily specials) and I watched one of her on-line demo's for doing a log cabin quilt. The rickrack added to the binding was an idea from a quilting friend who demonstrated this at a mini class given at the local quilt show last summer. I think I'll snuggle under it up north this summer as we watch the fireworks!
    gorgeous...I like it.

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    Oh I love the colors and fabric patterns you used. Very nice design.

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    That is so pretty!

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    That looks great! My next quilt is going to be a log cabin, so I appreciate you sharing this. I love the fabrics you used!
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    Very different layout... Love it

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    Nice log cabin layout.
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    OOOOOH....What a dynamite quilt. Great use of the log cabin pattern.

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    Quote Originally Posted by liking quilting View Post
    My inspiration for this came from Jenny at MSQ Co. (the 4th of July jellyroll was one of her daily specials) and I watched one of her on-line demo's for doing a log cabin quilt. The rickrack added to the binding was an idea from a quilting friend who demonstrated this at a mini class given at the local quilt show last summer. I think I'll snuggle under it up north this summer as we watch the fireworks!
    Now that is a very unique wonderful quilt !!!!! I love it and would have never have thought of doin it this way, TILL NOW!!!! Thanks a bunch
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    Love your version. Very nice

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    Very pretty !!!
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    Wonderful quilt. Love the way you have put it together.

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    Great idea, different and pretty.

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    Beautiful I love log cabins and in the process of making a variation of one now. Following directions out of a Log Cabin Fever book. Directions aren't all that easy to follow.
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    Great quilt and I like the rick rack .

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    Very clever placement of the blocks...and the rick rack edge is such a great addition - not just to this one, but to any quilt.
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    I really like you fabric choices and the red rick rack really sets it off. I was known in the last quilt guild as the rick rack lady.
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    Very fun! The ric-rack is a great addition too.
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    Just LOVE the movement in the fabrics you chose, they really work!

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    Love your colors...

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