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Thread: Strip pieced log cabin blocks

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    Junior Member Marilyn1's Avatar
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    I just love your quilt. So cheery.Great tut too.

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    Love your tut would love to try it, what is the name of the pattern in the picture, beautiful.

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    Thank you I love that way of doing it.

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    Love the quilt! Thanks so much for sharing. :P

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    Beautiful. I love it!

    Linda

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    So pretty! I love florals.

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    So pretty.....thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcdaniel023
    Some of you asked how I did this. Pictures aren't the best. But you will get the idea.
    I cut my strips 2 inches wide. You can use whatever size you want, just be consistant.

    Pick the two strips you want for the foundation square.
    Great instructions and like the outcome ;)

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    So much easier than the way I tried doing a log cabin the first time! I had said NEVER AGAIN, but now I'm ready to give it a second chance.

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    I've seen so many log cabins done with PP, that I thought maybe this method was not as good. Thank you for reinforcing the ease of this block. I will now do another log cabin.

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    I love the floral fabrics you use! Really a fast way to make this blocks

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    thank you

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    great tutorial. Will try this down the line sometime. Thanks

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    I think I am kind of slow today. It took me to read this tut 3 times before I understood the technique.

    now that I got it right, lol, I think I will try it... this seems much easier than the regular method.

    thanx

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    thanks for the tut. now I can try it with your help it should work out well.

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    wow, gorgeous quilt, i hope i can follow the directions and make the blocks...they are great!! thanks for sharing....gina

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    Thanks for the great tute. Incidentally, your quilt is gorgeous.

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    That is a beautiful quilt!

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    Thanks so much! I had bookmarked your original posting showing your quilt - and now this great tutorial. This is on my to do list this summer - making it a must! Thanks!

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    I never realized you could strip piece these blocks, that is great!!!

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    Looks great and easy thank you for the tute, love your colors

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    I think I get it...going to try it tomorrow to make sure

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    What length are your strips? Are they not all different lenghts?

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    I like the technique, I have had to be very careful to square up each block when I have use narrow strips.

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    Question, if one is going on a more scrappy look, would you just switch fabrics at the end of each strip and continue on with the other blocks? Or would you limit how many blocks you used each strip for?

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