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Thread: Quilt as You Go: Log Cabin

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    Lightbulb Quilt as You Go: Log Cabin

    Attachment 313085Here is the Log Cabin Attachment 313086 done the quick and easy way. Love it!

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    you should find four instruction files attached for download.
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    Last edited by PatriceJ; 02-23-2012 at 01:29 AM. Reason: to correct technical problems with attachments
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    Thanks so much for sharing. I love any tricks and tips.
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    will you be posting the rest of the instructions on how to put the block together?
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    All I saw was the cutting directions, no directions for how to assemble it in the "Quilt as you go " method

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    I couldn't get anything past cutting instructions either, 1 pg. I would love to see how they do it.
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    I'd love to see how it's assembled also. Only got cutting directions! Thanks

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    I'll be watching this also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stichinluvr View Post
    I'll be watching this also.
    I'll be watching too!
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    I would love to have the "assembly" instructions too!
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    Add me to the list of those waiting to find out sewing instructions for this pattern.

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    Me too! I would love that pattern. If you would

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    Add me too please.
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    Me too, but i would have thought all of the instructions would have been posted at once. hmmmm will wait and see,
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    I would also love to have the rest of the instructions.

    Quote Originally Posted by egranger3809 View Post
    Attachment 313085Here is the Log Cabin Attachment 313086 done the quick and easy way. Love it!

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    I too would love to be added to this class and learn how to do this method.
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    I also would like instructions. Thank you.

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    Me too. Is a tutorial coming!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KathieS View Post
    I would also love to have the rest of the instructions.
    The first attachmetn showed the pattern and cutting directions, the second attachment only showed a drawing of one block. ???? Would love to see all the directions. This looks like fun!

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    Me to I would love to see the rest of the instructions.

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    thanks to Anna from Oz we found a way to fix the technical problems. the image and downloadable files are working now.
    Last edited by PatriceJ; 02-23-2012 at 01:55 AM.
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    Thanks to everyone. I am excited to try this method/pattern.

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    Attachments 313085 and 313086 are invalid checked them 3 times. Others were great I got page 1, cutting
    2 general sewing, 3 supply list with instructors name, rulers, needles, threads to match backing , thread to match sashing.



    Quote Originally Posted by KathieS View Post
    I would also love to have the rest of the instructions.
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    in the pic. #256663 is sewing instructions

    Quote Originally Posted by egranger3809 View Post
    Attachment 313085Here is the Log Cabin Attachment 313086 done the quick and easy way. Love it!

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    you should find four instruction files attached for download.
    Jigs1354
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    Thanks for fixing the technical difficulties! Printed out the instructions and it worked great!
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    #251663 has the step by step pictured. To explain further: Finish 2 blocks and align them the way you want them to show on top of your quilt. Add the 1 1/2" strip to the back of the left one (right sides together) and sew with a 3/8" seam. Add the right block with the same 1 1/2" strip to the back with right sides together (making sure that they are even on top) sew with a 3/8" seam. When you open them up they should align perfectly. You add the 2 3/8" strip, folded down the middle to the left one with back strip, block and the folded strip in line, sew with 3/8" seam. Lay flat again, roll over the top sashing to cover the seam on the right block, stitch with zig-zag or light decorative stitch. Add as many blocks as you want in the row.

    All blocks and rows and borders are attached with the same method as the first two blocks. (sashing)

    See the picture. When adding rows align the sashing strips and pin in place. Open rows just as you did blocks, add top sashing (2 3/8"), roll over to cover seam and sew just as you did for the blocks.

    I try to remember everything to help, but if you need furthur assistance, ask again.
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