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Thread: Scrappy Log Cabin with a Storm at Sea Flavor

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    I wanted a different layout for my latest scrappy log cabin, so I decided to imitate storm at sea. The blocks are 9x9", and the quilt is 117x117. Made entirely from scraps, just finished sewing on the binding this morning.

    this one almost makes me seasick
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    It's beautiful. A lot of work.

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    Very, very clever. :thumbup:

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    That is fabulous! I love it!

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    Wow, it's a beauty! how wide are the strips?

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    Beautiful :thumbup:

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    Thank you. The strips are 1" finished.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IngeMK
    Wow, it's a beauty! how wide are the strips?
    My thoughts exactly! Sure must have taken a long time.

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    Jaw dropping gorgeous! What a talent you are. Congratulatioin on a wonderful quilt!

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    Incredible and quite beautiful!!!

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    great quilt!

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    That's a lot of strips and a lot of sewing! You must have a lot of patience. I love your design.

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    It's a work of art. Beautiful

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    I really love it!!!! Did I say I love it!!!!

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    WOW what a beautiful quilt. I love the movement in this one. Great job.

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    what a good idea! Looks great

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    What a beautiful quilt!! I love it!!!

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    Gorgeous.

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    Beautiful job Dunster. I love it!

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    I love it, Log Cabin and Irish Chain are my two favorite patterns, but I really like this treatment.

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    That's a lot of scraps! Love your design. I never would have thought of that.

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    Fantastic quilt, you did a wonderful job! You should be very proud.

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    That is fabulous!!!!

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    Very Pretty

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    That's so cool! You make the prettiest log cabin quilts.

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