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Log Cabin Heart

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Log Cabin Heart

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kvonnordheim    October 28, 2014
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I enlarged this on my printer and put it as the focal point on my daughters quilt. Turned out great!!!!

Sandraqz on
Sandraqz    March 12, 2014
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I love this pattern. I made it into a place mat for my kitchen table. It's just gorgeous and it cheers me up when I enter the room and see it on my table. Easy to put together. Thank you so much.

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Joank318    October 15, 2012
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I have made 6 of these to put on tee shirts for a breat cancer walk in 2 weeks. I did have a hard time connecting A to B as i have never really paper pieced before. However, i sewed onto a flannel panel for a "rag" edge and they look great. It is a surprise for my Survivor friend and I know she will love it. Thank you for sharing your pattern.

katili on
katili  February 11, 2013
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I had to rip out the seam and reconnect A to B a couple times before I finally got it quite right, you're not alone!

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laverne    Last response: March 7, 2012
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This is adorable. Thank you so much for sharing it! I've just gotten into paper piecing and love the fact that I can be ACCURATE with my seams. I'm going to pull out all my pinks and reds and see what I can do.

Jennifer O. on
Jennifer O.  March 7, 2012
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You are very welcome! I love designing and I love sharing. I hope you'll share a photo when you're done!


Flora Dempsey on
Flora Dempsey  April 25, 2012
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Considering this for my daughters wedding. Just love the design. So much character.

Stevie52 on
Stevie52    March 8, 2012
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I. Am not sure about the A>B. Is it the heart two pieces?

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momtomatt  April 9, 2012
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It looks like one but sub-divided. You would sew the 4 pieces of "A" and then do part "B". When both pieces are done, you would sew "A" to B" to make one heart.

FranP on
FranP    April 15, 2012
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What a great little heart! totally says "home is where the heart is" to me. Thanks so much for sharing. I have a very special person in mind for a little table center.

Nannette on
Nannette    April 25, 2012
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I cannot do this without written instructions.
A novice does not know where to begin on this pattern.

Flora Dempsey on
Flora Dempsey  April 25, 2012
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I still consider myself a novice. I have completed three large throws and I am concidering this pattern for my next one. However, if I had not already made a log cabin quilt, I would save this one for the future. Good luck on your next project.

Killian on
Killian    April 25, 2012
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I just love this pattern. Think I'll try some batiks. I never seem to have enough time to do everything I dream of. Thanks for this one!

Margrit T. on
Margrit T.    April 27, 2012
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how do you print this pattern

Babsr67 on
Babsr67    May 25, 2012
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This looks fun! I'm going to try it in the Posh Pinks Quilting Quartet!

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Babsr67  May 25, 2012
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veronika308    August 21, 2012
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This was my first attempt at paper piecing. Absolutely fantastic! I followed your instructions on "sewhooked" and found it so easy. Now, I'm hooked :) Thank you very much.

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Hi, I'm Jennifer!

I learned to sew with needle and thread at the age of four by stitching nine patches that my grandmother gave me as busy work. I've been crafting ever since!

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