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Thread: Turning 2.5 Scraps into a Log Cabin Block

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    I am not into scrappy quilts but-----------I Love yours. It is beautiful and just what I need to get me started with scrappy quilts. Your tutorial is very easy to follow. Thank You so much.
    Now to start saving my scraps.
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    Beautiful quilt, Jenn!
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    Love the quilt and the quilting. Did you do the quilting yourself?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anoka Quilter View Post
    Love the quilt and the quilting. Did you do the quilting yourself?
    Thank you! Yes, I quilted it on my sit down HQ16.

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    Thanks for sharing...a great scrap reducer that looks great....
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    I started sewing up a bunch of small blocks, but will change over to this design. Am at that stage I can do that. Really like this design. Thanks!
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    Great tute - thanks for taking the time to put it together and sharing
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    I really like this. I may make it using red instead of white and make it for a Veteran. I could use all my left overs from other patriotic quilts.

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    How kind of you to take the time to make the tutorial.

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    Thank you for this tutorial. I have so many 2 1/2 squares and now I know what I'm going to do with them. Love your instructions and love your quilt. Thank you!

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    Thanks for this tutorial. This would make a great leaders and enders project.

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    thanks for sharing, will definitely try this

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    What are the dimensions of the finished quilt in your tute?

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    Quote Originally Posted by zozee View Post
    What are the dimensions of the finished quilt in your tute?
    This link tells more about the finished quilt: http://www.quiltingboard.com/picture...y-t275731.html

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    Wow what a beautiful scrappy quilt..thanks for sharing!!
    Last edited by QuiltnNan; 07-17-2018 at 10:40 AM. Reason: shouting

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    Thank you so much for this great tutorial. I have lots of squares and was trying to think of a way to use them. This is it. I love the pattern you posted, also.
    Lizzy in La.

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    Thanks! A great tutorial.
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    I just love the tutorials on this site! Thank you

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    I took pictures of your quilts that I want to try. I also made a graph like your block. Knowing me I will not be able to find it when I want it.

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    Thank you so much for sharing your talented idea!!! I can't wait to give this a go.
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    Thank you so much for the tutorial. Your quilt is beautiful -- I am going to have to make one. Thanks for taking the time to share your technique with us.
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    Beautiful quilt! I think I will do mine with 2 inch squares since that's what I have the most of.

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    I fell in love with your quilt and had to make one. It is my first ever scrappy, I'm a everything must match person,so this was hard for me but I stuck with it and enjoyed doing it. I have one more row to sew on then the top is done.
    Thank You. I now know everything does not have to match to be beautiful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zennia View Post
    I fell in love with your quilt and had to make one. It is my first ever scrappy, I'm a everything must match person,so this was hard for me but I stuck with it and enjoyed doing it. I have one more row to sew on then the top is done.
    Thank You. I now know everything does not have to match to be beautiful.
    That is so exciting! Please post a picture when you are finished.

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    Thabk you for posting this tutorial ! I am addidcted have made 20 blocks so far
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