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Thread: Rainbow Logcabin

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    Super Member Leota's Avatar
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    This is the first quarter of the Rainbow Logcabin quilt that I have gotten pieced. The finished product will be in the Barn Raising pattern
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    Very pretty. I am doing a log cabin right now myself for my daughter and son in law for x-mas.

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    beautiful..nice colors....love to see it finished
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    That's really pretty, Leota! It will be stunning when it's finished. Be sure to post that picture!

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    I think that it is going to look beautiful. You're using such pretty fabrics/colors. Looking forward to seeing your progress.

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    I love the colors on that! I can't wait to see more blocks of it :)

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    Very pretty!

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    Wow!!! Very Pretty.

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    OOOh! Very pretty!

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    It took me awhile to figure out which part was the log cabin (as in -- how did she do that???)
    It is wonderful! Full of color, planned, and those touches of floral ... someone is really going to enjoy cuddling with that quilt.
    How big will it be when it is done?

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    pretty colors! Will be watching for the rest!

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    This will be 68 x 76 inches when finished
    I think that's twin but I'm not sure.

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    That's a twin in my book
    our quilts for Quilts for Valor are 56-60 inches by 72 inches ...
    I have found that size is welcomed in hospitals because they cover the patient, and yet, folded in half, fit in a wheelchair.
    Others tell me to make them twin sized for hospitals/nursing homes, but the beds are not twin-sized to begin with ...
    Your quilt is really pretty.

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    I really like that version of a log cabin. I just might have to do that on my retreat instead of what I had in mind. Nice job!

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    Very pretty! Love the bright colors!

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    This is so pretty!! I can't wait to see it all together!!

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    OH!! :D How gorgeous that is!! :D
    I can't wait to see more progress,
    as you get further along. The log
    cabin is a favorite block of mine.
    Great job so far!!
    :D :D :D :D

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    such a pretty quilt... :D

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    Very Pretty!!! :D :D :D

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    Wow, that is so pretty. I can't wait to see the whole quilt.

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    Very nice

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    Very pretty colors. Our guild (only 8 of us) is going to make a log cabin sampler next year, will be fun, i have never made one., Yours will be gorgeous, can't wait to see it done.

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    Love the florals in this quilt...most just use plain colours..it will be stunning when finished.

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    That is very nice, can't wait to see it finished. Thanks for sharing your work.

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    I really like this, Leota. It has all my favs, log cabin, colorful, some florals, pretty...quilty, comfy... :wink:

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