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Thread: Scrappy Log Cabin-Oklahoma Twister

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    Since I have a little time thought I would post my scrappy log cabin and Oklahoma Twister made with that 36 inch wide fabric except for the the background color which was new.

    Log Cabin
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    Oklahoma Twister
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    Those are eye popping awesome!!!! :shock:

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    What great quilts! Love the log cabin and I usually don't care for scrappy! Great job.

    Sheila

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    LOVE them both!!! Great job, so pretty!

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    Lovely and I want them!!

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    They are both wonderful!! :D :thumbup:

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    Very pretty quilts

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    Guess I'm not awake yet. I was thinking, by the title, that I was going to see a quilt made with log cabin blocks that were tossed around every which way like they'd been through a tornado.

    Back to the coffee.

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    Great quilts---where did you get the 36" wide fabrics? Have you been collecting for that long????

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    Both are beautiful :thumbup:

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    Beautiful!

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    What beautiful quilts! I'm envious of the Oklahoma Twister!!

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    Great quilts.

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    both are amazing . . simply amazing!

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    Just wonderful! Love those scrappy quilts and the colors.
    Great job.

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    Wow, beautiful quilts. I love that log cabin!

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    Gorgeous.

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    Wonderful quilts, both are beautiful.

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    Those quilts turned out absolutely stunning and beautiful. Such great work! I love them both...if your beds feel overwhelmed I have a couple of places that would house them very well here in mine ;-)
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    They are both beautiful! I so want to make a bed size log cabin - it's high up on the list! :-D

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    Beautiful work! Think I'm goin' to bump that OK Twister up on my list of "to do"s...it is really calling my name after seeing yours!

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    VERY nice!

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    Now that is a great idea! Now to find the time.

    Quote Originally Posted by renee765
    Guess I'm not awake yet. I was thinking, by the title, that I was going to see a quilt made with log cabin blocks that were tossed around every which way like they'd been through a tornado.

    Back to the coffee.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobbinwinder
    Beautiful work! Think I'm goin' to bump that OK Twister up on my list of "to do"s...it is really calling my name after seeing yours!
    A friend of mine, Barb, did this in two colors out in New Mexico and it is stunning...blue and white.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marcia
    Great quilts---where did you get the 36" wide fabrics? Have you been collecting for that long????
    I'm 76 so had some, collected some (purchased) and had a lot given to me by families when their loved ones passed away and they knew I sewed a lot...that was before I started quilting and still get a few from here and there to add like I need a "hole in my head". DH thinks there is one there anyway.

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