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Thread: Red and White Log Cabin

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    Super Member GramaLaura's Avatar
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    Love the log cabin!!! Amazing how they all turn out so different. Yours is gorgeous!!!
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    Lovely. I'd be hesitant to add another color...maybe a solid brick red for the small border you mentioned and then finish as you said...just to keep it all red work, but then that's just an opinion.

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    How did you make it come out this way and not straight. I love it and would love to do a jelly roll if I could do it this way. Could you please do a tut or just the basic start. Thanks
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    I had a red and white jelly roll and red and white yardage that I have been collecting. This is what have been trying to work on for a few weeks and finally had time yesterday to finish the blocks. I hope to get the blocks together this afternoon. I think I will do a small black on black border, add a red/white border and bind with the white/red matching fabric. What do you think?
    Texas raised, Texas Proud

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    Ok I think I understand now. You made the log cabin pattern out of a red and white jelly roll. Very Pretty.
    Texas raised, Texas Proud

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    So pretty. This is a dream project when I retire is to make a red and white. Thank you for the inspiration.
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    So pretty, this is my dream project when I retire is to do the red and white. Thank you for the inspiration.
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    So beautiful. I never would have thought to use those colors!
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    Oh, so pretty. Love it.

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    Be still my heart. I love red and white. The white fabrics with the red designs is perfect.

    I really like two color quilts but red and white is my favorite.

    Thanks for sharing.
    Quilter 68 who is now 69/and now 70

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    If it were my quilt, I would make a small solid white border/frame and then a red print for the outer border/binding.

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    Beautiful red's my color, your plan for the boarders sounds great idea. post a picture when finished.
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    I love the design and colors. Looks fantastic to me!

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    It's lovely!!

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    Very pretty!

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    Thanks for sharing this pretty quilt. It's so sweet.

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    This quilt is so very pretty and so very appealing. You have done a wonderful job.

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    Very pretty! I love red and white quilts.

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    Love it! I think the borders you mentioned will work, but as someone else suggested, before you cut anything, lay it out and see what you think. And of course you can always take a pic and ask for our "valuable" opionions! You know how we all love to give opinions!

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    Very, Very Nice!!!!!!!
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    I may skip the black. Hubby says, and I quote, "Why would you put black in a pretty quilt." I think I just might keep the red and white theme.
    Happy Quilting.

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    I think...it's gorgeous! Just like ontheriver, I'm saving blues and whites.

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    Absolutely gorgeous, red is my favorite color, and log cabins are my favorite quilts, now i need to make one, still collecting the reds and trying to figure out the backing. Great job you did, thank you for sharing
    Mary

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    Love your fabrics, very different. I think your idea of a border is great.

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    What a fabulous color idea for a log cabin!! I have some blues.... and you sent me in the right direction. Thanks!

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    I think your quilt is wonderful.

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