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Modified Logs and Patches

by Carolyn
(Tulsa, OK)

A long time ago, I had picked up a couple of large jelly rolls with the idea of using them to make a rag rug.

I never did start on that rug, so several years later, a friend of mine talked me into attending a beginning quilting course with her. The course taught how to do the Log Cabin Quilt block, and from then on, I was hooked!

This is my version of modifying the log cabin block with a little rail fence and variation of the normal patch blocks so that everything would fit together nicely.

This was definitely fun and I think it came out looking fairly decent. =o)

The sashing fabric is called Sprinkles.

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Dec 06, 2012
You are a Lucky Lady!
by: Julie Baird, Editor

We should all be so lucky to have friends like yours!

And then be so willing to be brought into this magnificent obsession. Good on you!

Love your quilt!

~ Julie

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