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February 07, 2017


Barbara Anne

Now that 8.5" ruler is one I do need. I have nothing that size.

Am gald you're enjoying this process so much!


pam hansen

I too enjoy log cabin style projects. The process is so satisfying . Yours are rich in color and will make a fabulous finish.


The blocks are looking great and don't you just love it when things line up so nicely. Thanks for showing your process, I learned a few tricks from you.


I LOVE this quilt. Thanks for sharing your process. Hugs

Debbie R.

Your blocks are beautiful! And I've learned a thing or two from you about making perfect Log Cabin blocks.


Your colors are gorgeous! I made one block using your method for a 'mini quilt' in a project our fiber arts group is doing. Worked like a charm! Thanks for the tips!


Your blocks look so beautiful together!


somebody drank the kool-aid....i'm trying so hard not to jump in on any the fun sew-alongs on IG. I have UFOs from last year i need to finish. ;p


If that ruler eliminates the step having to pre cut the length of each strips for a log cabin block, I'm in! It's fun to see part of your collection of fabrics in these blocks

Nancy Watkins

Hyperventilating here!!!! Love ....LOVE your colors! This is great Nicole!


Great technique! It's got to be super-accurate and your blocks look wonderful.


Clever girl! Love how you figured out how to get the look you wanted and it's fabulous 😉

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