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Thread: Still working on my Log Cabin Quilt. I'm liking it so far

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    Super Member rusty quilter's Avatar
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    I really like your color choices. Simple and beautiful.

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    That is beautiful. Make sure you show us when you finish. Can't wait to see it.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    Lovely, I have never seen a log cabin with sashing between the blocks. great colors

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    Beautiful!!!!

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    I like that very much, I may have to try that layout. Our scrap quilt group is working on a log cabin, and I'm discovering I love them!

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    very nice job

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    I am like the others - have not seen this particular variation of Log Cabin but love it and I am also thinking of scraps and fat quarters! Can't wait to see it finished! Thanks so much for sharing it and the inspiration!

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    You've built in the sashing, so all you need is a border, if you want to make it bigger. You have several colors to choose from in the colors in the quilt. If you don't want to make it bigger, I think you should add a border of the same brown as the sashing that equals the width of the sashing to balance the outside borders with the inside sashings.

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    Beautiful work

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    Unusual way of doing the block but it really looks great!

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    Just lovely, great job and thank you for sharing, can't wait to see it finished.
    Have a Blessed night
    Ellen

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    Love the layout and your color choices

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    Oh, Yeah! Love the setting.

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    WOW! That looks awesome! Nice job!

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    The colors and the quilt are beautiful.

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