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NOT YOUR DADDY'S LOG CABIN


Quilt top only. Measures 66" x 42" without borders


The newest class sample called "Not Your Daddy's Log Cabin" is ready to be sandwiched and quilted. Who'd like to be part of the flagship class for the roll-out? January 15th is the tentative date for the class.


For this class I suggest printing the patterns (there are 4) on 17lb vellum. Vellum is much easier than copy paper to work with on patterns with lots of little segments. Each of the four different blocks has 22 pieces.


So, here's a link for 100 sheets, which should last you years:



Feel free to find your own, but IT MUST BE 17# (LB) translucent vellum. Sometimes you can find it pads, but they usually need to be cut down to 8 1/2 x 11.


Once I get the chance to make the sandwich I'll share my "Basting 2.0" method with you. For a sneak peak, follow this link to see Kim Jamieson Hirst's awesome DIY quilt basting Spray. You can find the video here.


Feel free to comment "me" if you'd like to be in the class on the 15th.


Cutting specs will be on the website by the end of the weekend (take that with a grain of salt:))


I welcome your comments and thoughts.



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Me also. How fun!

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Gail Schultz
Gail Schultz
Jan 10, 2021

Me too.

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Denise Nash
Denise Nash
Jan 02, 2021

Me too, please. I am stocked with vellum from C & T Publishing specifically for paper-piecing, but it does not show the weight. Do you happen to know if it is the 17#?

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Kathy McCrea
Kathy McCrea
Jan 01, 2021

Me please. I'd love to take this class.


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Debbie
Debbie
Jan 01, 2021

Yes, please. Debbie Grant


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