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Thread: Twisted Log Cabin

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    Wow! Thanks. I understand. Maybe that is because I am fairly new to quilting and I am self taught. I will do this to sit on my table when I move (next month). This I know I can do. I am glad I keep reading so that I will cut the right size to allow for the seam allowance. I am curious if you can make it bigger for a wall hanging? (I would put it on the wall near the table.
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    Husband isn't dumb, just out of his element. I also fish and people are amased that I can tell how long something is(like when tying knots, and I leave exactly 1/4 tail. They can't understand how I do it.)

    Sounds followable,but, I have the perfect example to follow. I love the block you made for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fryguymoore
    One last reminder. Leave the seam allowance - - Can you tell I cut it off once? It was devistating to take out two layers :hunf:

    I really hope this is clear. My DH is trying it, I'll let you know how he does.

    I would love to see what you make if you are able to follow this. If not, please ask questions.

    thanks so much for posting the tutorial.. can hardly wait to give it a try.

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    Thank you very much. This is going to be exciting to try. I see 3 different blocks you have already made, so i will be expecting to see a quilt filled with them - correct? :lol:

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    what a nice block,thank you for sharing

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    I've bookmarked it so I can give it a try after the Holidays. Great tute. :thumbup:

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    Thanks I will put this on my list!!

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    Love this block. Seems like there is a lot of waste though. :(

    I saw it and instantly thought of the two fabrics in my stash I've been saving for the perfect pattern, and I think I may have just found it!

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    The process seems a lot like Jodie Barrows Square in a square technique. If you can do that one this one should be easy.

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    this is just beautiful. I am going to try it :P

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    Thanks!

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    Very neat. Thanks for sharing. :D

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    That is beautiful and very interesting......I don't think I would be able to do it, it looks hard and right now I need easy. I guess if I had more time to study it I could do it.

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    Looks interesting. Will have to try it. Thanks for the excellent tutorial.

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    This is terrific and so beautiful! Thanks for sharing your great tute with us... :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    wow that is really neat tysm for sharing the technique.

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    I hope to try this

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    An exceptional block. Well done.

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    great work!!! I hope to try it in the future.

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    That is awesome! I love that, I will be trying that soon...thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by crankygran
    The process seems a lot like Jodie Barrows Square in a square technique. If you can do that one this one should be easy.
    Thanks, I looked that up and this is very much like the square in a square technique. I don't have one of those rulers, but I am thinking that ruler would be helpful for this block too. I have one ruler so that is what I have to work with :shock:

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    Love the block! Thank you for the tute. I will bookmark it for after the Holidays!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rachel
    Love this block. Seems like there is a lot of waste though. :(

    I saw it and instantly thought of the two fabrics in my stash I've been saving for the perfect pattern, and I think I may have just found it!
    It can be done with much less waste. I would rather waste than have to measure perfectly which is why I did it this way :) This block does use a lot of fabric.

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    Thanks for all the kind words. I glad I could help.

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    This is a cool block, I am going to try it. Thank you

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