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Thread: UPDATE ~ wild black and white log cabin

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    Looking great!

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    This is super. The white looks to me like lace. I love Log Cabin. BrendaK
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    BEAUTIFUL!!!! WOW! I absolutely LOVE it
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    Absolutely Beautiful.

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    Love it, black and white are always favourites of mine.
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    Oh my that looks so lacy. Good job.
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    thanks guys! i am very glad i have good responses to this! NOW i will sew the blocks together and do the other half of the quilt top. my lqs owner Nona Davis ( i am SUCH a lucky gal to have her as a mentor! ) sparked me by telling me about the uneven blocks and the way they curve visually when put together. so of course i had to do a google search and in the process i found Barnbum's floral. oh Lord i can just imagine what that must look like on a bed in the bedroom in a dreary winter when all you see is snow! so now i have to make one of THOSE as well! i REALLY am enjoying this quilt; despite my 22 months of vast knowledge as i had NEVER sewn before i pretty much stick to the rules and follow the dotted lines. i am just now learning that you can be creative as well and let that inner beast out lol. its still on a chain, mind you, but i like the freedom of this pattern. and i have a tote full of scraps that need to be cut into strips. imagine that! teehee! thanks again everyone for the positive feedback. God's blessings to you and ill keep you posted on what the top looks like when it gets done have a beautiful Sunday!
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    Such a classy looking quilt. I have a real hard time working on black and white prints...just turns my stomach. Don't know why. But yours is awesome! Yes the placement of the black is great.
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    Very nice. The red really pops. Can't wait to see the finished quilt.

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    That quilt is going to be absolutely beautiful - just love it.

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    I really like it. I love the fabrics in the light side.

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    It's coming along beautifully!!
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    Very pretty! It's an interesting layout.
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    It looks great so far. I would put all my blocks out first before sewing them together, then you can change a few around if need be.

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    Love it!! You did a wonderful job.

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    More than wow. WOW! looks great. Love the texture creatd by these fabrics.
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    I remember you asking opinions on the blocks. It is looking absolutely lovely! I really really like it! If at any point you don't want it anymore - I am willing to adopt it! Stunning as it is. Looking forward to seeing it completed. Thank you for sharing.
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    It is comming alone Great, I am glad you put the black strips all in the same place on the block. It always gives it a second pattern. The log cabin is one of my favorite patterns, I have made at least 10 of them.

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    I love it.

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    I love it - it is really pretty.

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    Looks like it is going to be fantastic when you finish it. Can't wait to see it when you are done.
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    I love it, especially the center red square!!! Nice work!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    A quilt is a blanket of love. Sharon

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    I love the setting you chose, it really shows off your beautiful work.
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    Gorgeous...love your blocks and layout. You should be very pleased with how this is coming along...it's going to be a stunner.

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    Love the colours and the layout. I'm hoping to do a log cabin next. Looking forward to seeing yours when it is finished. It's looking so good.
    Annie

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