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Thread: Antique Log Cabin Variation in PDF. format

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    Antique Log Cabin Variation in PDF. format

    This tutorial is now is PDF. format. It's from Donna's original post with a picture of her ancestors with a log cabin quilt hanging in the background. http://www.quiltingboard.com/picture...s-t184422.html

    Thanks to several members for putting this into pdf. format for us.

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    How unique. Even though I could only download the Word version, it saved easily. Thank you so much for this!
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    Many thanks--saved it to my computer for future use.
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    Oh, for Pete's sake.....I apparently loaded, yet again, the document format. Let's try again!!
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    your posting

    Quote Originally Posted by Jan in VA View Post
    This tutorial is now is PDF. format. It's from Donna's original post with a picture of her ancestors with a log cabin quilt hanging in the background. http://www.quiltingboard.com/picture...s-t184422.html

    Thanks to several members for putting this into pdf. format for us.

    Jan in VA
    The posting is not in pdf but in a doc format. I do not have microsoft word so cannot download this. I'm curious as to why you advised it was pdf but not posted as such. thanks!!!

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    Thank you. Got it with the second one.

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    Thanks for sharing!
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    Thank you for sharing, its beautiful
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    Awesome tute Jan. Thank you.
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    Thank you! Great either way, doc or pdf! Beautiful quilt.
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    I got it and saved it. Thank you SEW much for sharing with us, Jan.
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    Thanks so much, Jan and others! I have a wonderful article somewhere about using quilts as backdrops "back in the day".

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    i love this log cabin variation!
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    Thanks Jan in Va....i liked this formated instructions/measurement very much! Was easy to understand.
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    Thank you for this post and especially in the pdf format. My small quilt group members are all making log cabin quilts for our next show. We hope to illustrate the various interpretations of the pattern. I will show this to the other members who are looking for new ideas.

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    Thanks Jan, I love the quilt and the picture of the family.

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    Jan, thank you very much for taking the time to post this awesome pattern from days gone by. What a keeper.

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    Wow! I'm SO glad this tute of Donna's family quilt has been such a hit for everyone!

    It was a challenge to figure out at first, but then I realized it was "just another log cabin variation" and I was off and running. Can't wait to make it myself!

    I do hope all of you will share your quilts at some point.

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    Love the history

    That pic and pattern are such a peice of history. Lucky to have as a keepsake.

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