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Thread: Red and White Log Cabin

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    looks really cheerful!

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    What a beauty! Very nice work.
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    I love it! The quilt is really lovely to look at.

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    Very beautiful. Love the designs in the fabric. Great job.

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    Those borders should set it of stunningly!!

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    Cool, love your fabric choices, can't wait to see the finished quilt.
    Quilting makes me happy!..

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    DH decided to move furniture today. Ahhh.....no sewing for me.
    Happy Quilting.

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    That is gorgeous!!!! I love it.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    It is just great, the fabrics are very nice, it will make a wonderful quilt, sounds like your border ideas will make a nice frame for it.

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    Very pretty! I'm inspired, this will go on my bucket list. Good work!
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    It is wonderful
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    Now that looks beautiful, keep going!
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    I think it's lovely

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    I really like it! The guild near here is doing a red and white theme in their next quilt show
    http://babyfire04.blogspot.com/
    If it makes you happy, it's worth the time!

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    Love the colors!
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    Very pretty.
    No matter how tough life is, it sure beats the alternative.

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    This is just beautiful, I love it. you did such a nice job!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Homespun View Post
    Great job! I love red and white.
    It's just beautiful! Red & white is such a classic combination -- you can never go wrong with a classic! I love this & can't wait to see it all done. P. S: I agree with your border choices.
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    Love log cabin quilts and yours is especially nice. Can't wait to see it with the borders. Great job!
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    you have done a fine job

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    Just Beautiful!!!
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    I have yet to make a log cabin quilt , yours makes me want to do one right now . Love how the red an white looks. joyce j

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    The two colors look and blend so well. A great idea! Be sure to show us the quilt when you get the borders on.
    DaleenKay

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    Great job - this is so pretty!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sewfine View Post
    That is beautiful, the colors you picked for the border would be nice. What I do when I my top done I lay it out next to the borders I want to use to see how it would look before I cut it. But whatever you decide it would still look beautiful. Those colors seems to go together well. Thanks for sharing.
    Oh, I really like that quilt. I would audition different colors for the narrow border before I chose the one I thought looked best. Have you thought of using the vibrant red for the narrow border along with the larger border you have planned? That's what I would choose but we all see things differently. Please post picture when completed. Whatever you choose I think it will be stunning. Added to my favorites. I would like to make this quilt in the red colors.

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