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Thread: Sewing Quilt and Log Cabin Top

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    These are two to the projects I have been working on lately. The Quilt has stuff about sewing and is a sampler.
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    Both are very pretty!

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    Very pretty. Like your color combinations.

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    Lovely projects.

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    OOOOOOO! That sampler sure is pretty.

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    The log cabins always grab my attention.Thanks for sharing, both quilts are very pretty.

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    Beautiful!

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    Those are both beautiful. I am really drawn to the red log cabin. Wonderful quilts. Great job and thanks for sharing.

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    very very pretty!

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    They are both beautiful :D:D:D

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    Is the first one red work? How about a close up. And I just love the red one. They are both wonderful.

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    Both are very beautiful.

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    I love the sampler!!!

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    judy, you do excellent work. both are beautiful. however, the colors in the log cabin just own me.

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    beautiful quilts and the organization in the background isn't too shabby either!

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    Beautiful quilts! And please can you let me know about that frame you've got your machine on? I'm thinking of getting something like it for my Janome 6600. :-D

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    Pretty Pretty Pretty!

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    Both are very nice!

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    The soft yellow and green bring together all those sampler blocks.

    The second quilt is great. Wonderful colors for a Log Cabin.

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    Samplers and log cabins, my favorite types of quilts. They are both lovely.

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    Both are beautiful

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    Beautiful work!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by k3n
    Beautiful quilts! And please can you let me know about that frame you've got your machine on? I'm thinking of getting something like it for my Janome 6600. :-D
    Am also interested about frame setup. Awesome quilts by the way :thumbup:

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    This is the first red log cabin that I have seen. It is so stunning. Of course, the quilting theme appeals to us all. Love the organized quilt room. I keep trying, almost there!

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    Quote Originally Posted by k3n
    Beautiful quilts! And please can you let me know about that frame you've got your machine on? I'm thinking of getting something like it for my Janome 6600. :-D
    Me too! What kind of frame is that? What do you like about it? What don't you like about it? Is it easy roll the quilt on it (I have severe arthritis in my hands.)

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