A Lob Cabin Quilt

This is the quilt I am working on right now. Not from any magazine but
possibly(?) got the pattern from
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Each block is app
rox. 10 inches finished. Want to do another of these but larger, using 2 1/
2 inch strips instead of 2 inch strips. The light side of this block is pa
le blue batik prints on white background and the darker side is green's bat
iks from light to dark, almost black. Sorry I don't have any picture to sh
ow you so use your imagination. Quilt top will be 7 blocks wide and 8 bloc
ks long or a total of 56 blocks. No border, just a binding. This is my firs
t log cabin but not my last.
Sandy$
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sandydollar2015
This is the quilt I am working on right now. Not from any magazine but possibly(?) got the pattern from
formatting link
Each block is approx. 10 inches finished. Want to do another of these but larger, using 2 1/2 inch strips instead of 2 inch strips. The light side of this block is pale blue batik prints on white background and the darker side is green's batiks from light to dark, almost black. Sorry I don't have any picture to show you so use your imagination. Quilt top will be 7 blocks wide and 8 blocks long or a total of 56 blocks. No border, just a binding. This is my first log cabin but not my last. Sandy$
I love the Log Cabin Quilts! They are beautiful! Barbara, now in Florida but soon to be in SC
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Bobbie Sews More
Hello Barbara, I have been quilting for several years now but have never made a log ca bin. They are not hard but time consuming because of all the sewing. I pla n on making more of these because they are fun and so pretty when done. My next one I want to put a border on if you turn the blocks you can make ano ther pattern. Fun, fun. Sandy$
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