Wednesday, June 1, 2016

Log Cabin blocks + a FQ bundle giveaway!

So I have three fun things to share today and they all have something to do with one of my favorite quilt blocks: the Log Cabin.  You just can't ever go wrong with a classic quilt block, right?  (Make sure you read all the way to the end of the post - there's an awesome fq bundle being given away!)

First up, have you seen this new book recently released from Martingale called I Love Log Cabins?

  Fun new book from Martingale called I Love Log Cabins

This fun book has 16 different quilts - all variations on Log Cabin blocks.  I'll show you just a few of my favorites.

Hourglass Courthouse Steps quilt from the book I Love Log Cabins from Martingale

This one is called Hourglass Courthouse Steps, designed by Audrie Bidwell (Blue is Bleu).  Love those colors!

Blaze quilt from the book I Love Log Cabins from Martingale

This gorgeous quilt is called Blaze and was designed by Amy Smart (Diary of a Quilter).  I love the secondary design created in this one!



Herringbone quilt from the book I Love Log Cabins from Martingale

I also love this Herringbone quilt designed by Heather Andrus (Quilt Story).  The blocks in this quilt are similar to ones I've been working on for 8 months or so now.  

Fun and scrappy log cabin blocks by A Bright Corner.  She had a free downloadable paper piecing pattern!

These are my blocks!  Each block is 7" (finished size) and made using my fun, bright scraps and low volume scraps.  I was sewing with a friend of mine one day and the project she brought to work on were these scrappy log cabin blocks.  I fell in love and she generously shared her foundation pattern with me.  I started making my blocks that day!  You can see more of Amber's quilt here on her blog.  Amber also has a tutorial for paper piecing in case you're new to it.  

Fun and scrappy log cabin blocks by A Bright Corner.  She had a free downloadable paper piecing pattern!

I love foundation piecing (a.k.a. paper piecing) these log cabin blocks because it helps them be so nice and accurate!  And I didn't need to go through my messy scrap bin and press / cut each piece to an exact size before hand.  


Fun and scrappy log cabin blocks by A Bright Corner.  She had a free downloadable paper piecing pattern!

Click here to download / print the block pattern.  On the block pattern you'll notice the letters "A" and "B" and some numbers.  If you're doing blocks like mine, use bright fabrics on the A sections, and low volume prints on the B sections.   That will give you a block that looks like the photos above.

I think what makes these scrappy log cabin blocks really shine is a fun variety of low volume prints.

Fun and scrappy log cabin blocks by A Bright Corner.  She had a free downloadable paper piecing pattern!  

And speaking of low volume prints.... Anyone needing some fun new low volume fabrics to add to their stash?  The Fat Quarter Shop is generously giving away this fat quarter bundle of Modern Paper Backgrounds to one of my lucky readers!

  Modern Background Paper fat quarter bundle from the Fat Quarter Shop


Modern Background Paper fat quarter bundle from The Fat Quarter Shop - so many great low volume prints!

  

I love this bundle of 20 fq - FULL of awesome low volume prints that are perfect for using in backgrounds.  These would be perfect to use on some scrappy log cabin blocks!  To enter the giveaway, leave a comment below telling me whether or not you've ever tried paper piecing before.  I'm curious!  

Giveaway is open until Midnight on June 9th.  Winner will be announced June 10th.  

As always, thanks for reading, and happy sewing!






155 comments:

  1. I have never tried it, but I am a beginner so there are lots of techniques I haven't tried and would like to learn.

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  2. I've made one little pine tree block in a paper piecing workshop and a string quilt using paper foundation. I love those low volume far quarters!

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  3. I've made a few tree blocks using the paper piecing method. I find the more I do the better I like it!

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  4. I have not done paper piecing - The log cabin block is my favorite though! Love your blocks! thank you!

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  5. My first quilt was a paperpieced mistery quilt and i still do love this quilt And also paperpiecing, lol! Beautiful blocks. Would be awesome to win this bundle and to make such a quilt!

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  6. I haven't tried paper piecing yet but it's on my list! I just haven't been brave enough yet!

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  7. I have only paper pieced 2 small projects but I would like to do more. Love this book and especially love modern paper backgrounds fabric.

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  8. I haven't tried paper piecing yet but it is definitely on my list!

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  9. I have tried it. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  10. Thank you for the block pattern! I love paper pieceing and love a good old log cabin block! There are so many possibilities! I would seriously die to have that gorgeous stack of Modern Paper!

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  11. Yes, I have tried paper piecing before. It was actually a six inch log cabin block. I used it to make a pot holder. I heard that log cabin blocks are difficult to make in with traditional piecing. I was curious about fpp and decided to give it a go. It was the most accurate quilt block I have ever sewn. I fell in love with it. Thank you for the chance to win these AMAZING fqs. They have me drooling.

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  12. i log cabin is one of my favorite blocks. I have not made one yet, I am still learning to quilt. Also, want to try paper piecing.
    patsystitch@gvtc.com

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  13. I have a few paper piecing quilts on my "to do someday" list, but unfortunately that "someday" has not arrived yet. I love your blocks, and yes...the low volume makes them so fun. Thanks for sharing!!!

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  14. I love log cabins but do not usually paper piece them... will have to give it a try I guess.

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  15. I have tried it on just a couple of blocks and made a pillow. I do want to try more! I do love those low volume! Thanks for the chance to win some!

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  16. I haven't tried paper piecing, but it's something I will try some day.

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  17. I haven't tried paper piecing, but it's something I will try some day.

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  18. I've done one block paper pieced.The fabrics in the giveaway are great.

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  19. I've done one block paper pieced.The fabrics in the giveaway are great.

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  20. I love paper piecing and can't believe I've never thought to do a log cabin quilt that way. Thanks for the inspiration! P.S. I'm going to need those low volume fabrics for my next project - a paper pieced log cabin quilt!

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  21. Yes, I have tried paper piecing and I love it! I agree that you get very accurate blocks when paper piecing. Thanks for the giveaway! I love these low volume prints.

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  22. never have but always willing to learn

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  23. I have tried it and am using it right now to make triangle square blocks. Thank you for a chance to win!

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  24. Paper piecing a log cabin block had not been on my To Do list but I can see that sewing these small blocks/pieces using that method would be best for accuracy. I've only paper pieced a design that was then appliqued. Thanks for a chance in the giveaway.

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  25. Yes, I did some paper-piecing for the FW 1930's quilt-along and although I like the look it's not my favorite sewing and piecing method. Curiosly enough I'm just now paper-piecing some mine log-cabins, too, but with 17 logs and a finished 4.5" block.

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  26. I tried paper piecing and I was not a fan; however this assortment of fabrics would be perfect for an applique quilt I was planning in my head yesterday when I was supposed to be working!

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  27. I just started paper piecing last week! And I liked it WAY more than I thought I would!

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  28. I have never make a log cabin quilt but, it is on my list
    I did try to paper piece once but, it was a disaster

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  29. I've done a fair amount of paper piecing but never fell in love with it. I think it's the paper removal I dislike. I keep thinking of doing a log cabin with paper because it would be such pleasant, mindless sewing.

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  30. I've done a lot of paper piecing. I especially like it for new york beauty blocks (which I love), log cabin, and pineapple blocks. I only use it for log cabin blocks if the strips are really narrow.

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  31. I have never tried paper piecing before but it the finished pieces look so nice. Thanks for such a wonderful giveaway!!

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  32. I have done some paper piecing but not a lot. I like to use it on small blocks for accuracy but the complicated patterns scare me! I love log cabins. Thanks for a great giveaway.

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  33. I've tried paper piecing a couple of times but I'm too slow at it. It's been a while so maybe it's time to try it again. Thank you!!

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  34. I LOVE scrappy log cabin blocks! Yours are wonderful...great combo of brights and low volume...thanks for the giveaway!

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  35. I've done a little bit of paper piecing. You can make such detailed blocks with it. Love the fabric in you log cabin blocks. Log cabins quilts are the best!

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  36. I have done some paper piecing, and find it very accurate! Your log cabins turned out so cute! I'm thinking it may even work well for a strip pieced quilt I am working on.

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  37. I love foundation paper piecing. A friend taught me how, just a few months after I started quilting. It's that English paper piecing that I can't do. Thanks.

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  38. Yes, I finally learned to paper piece just last month thanks to Amy Gibson's Sugar Block of the Month. So happy I finally took the plunge cuz I love it!

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  39. I have only tried paper piecing a couple of times but plan to give it another try. I love the low volume fabrics and scrappy brights in your log cabin blocks!

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  40. I haven't tried paper piecing yet. But, I'm only on my 2nd quilt.

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  41. I have tried paper piecing and i LOVE how the blocks turned out. My issue is I can only do a couple blocks at a time and at the slow rate I make them the quilt I want to make might take 20 years to complete. LOL Guess that means I just need to make more so I get faster at it.

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    1. I've done paper piecing once. I made a pin cushion top. I need more practice. I think your fabrics would be wonderful to use :)

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  43. I love your blocks and I have wanted that FQ bundle since the second I saw it! Thank you so much for the opportunity to win!

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  44. Love you projects! Yes I have paper pieced intricate Star patterns. Neat for some blocks! Thanks for a great giveaway! msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  45. I love paper piecing! It just makes quilt blocks perfect! Love this FQ bundle too!

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  46. I have and am in the process of writing a paper pieced pattern.

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  47. If paper pieced before, but never a log cabin. Thanks for the pattern! Would love to add the fat quarter bundle to my stash.

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  48. I have not ever paper pieced but it's on my "goal" sheet for this year. And Log Cabins are my favorite blocks so I guess I'm ready to jump in.

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  49. I don't care for paper piecing as it makes me feel dyslexic sewing to the back side. I have made a log cabing quilt using the traditional method, however. Would love this bundle of lovely background fabrics. Thanks.
    joyecox@yaho.com

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  50. I have done some paper piecing in the past. Mostly small items and pillows. I have not seen this log cabin book. I have made log cabin quilts and these patterns look something I would love to try.

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  51. I love that FQ stack of fabrics. Paper piecing isn't my favorite way to piece but it sure is accurate! The log cabins are wonderful.

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  52. I have a little bit of experience with paper piecing, it was really fun!! I have been wanting to make a quilt using low volume fabrics and have had my eye on this bundle too!!!

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  53. I've never done paper piecing, but I've been dying to try it! I think this is the perfect project for it!

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  54. I've done a log cabin quilt paper piecing and a few other smaller projects and I love it. The precision really makes me happy ! Haha

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  55. I've only tried it once in a class a few years ago. I love the precision you get with paper piecing. I'm excited to try it again! Thanks for sharing the block pattern!

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  56. Will have to try pp again. Would love those low volume to work with. 😀

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  57. Absolutely ! The first quilt class I took was a paper piecing class! I love the accuracy of paper piecing!

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  58. I paper pieced a heart. Fun! The fq bundle would be so great bc that's my trouble......knowing what low volume print to use. Thanks.

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  59. I LOVE paper piecing! There is so much freedom with what you can create.

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  60. I haven't, but I would love to learn how.

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  61. I haven't tried foundation paper piecing yet, it's on my list for this year.

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  62. I have paper pieced about 20 pineapple log cabin blocks. It took a few tries to
    understand the technique, but then I found it enjoyable. The technique makes the blocks very accurate, which I like. I don't have much in the way of low volume prints, so these fat quarters would be a welcome addition.

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  63. Yes, I love the crisp, finished effect of a paper-pieced block!

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  64. I love it! It's my favorite! It kind of ruined me for regular piecing. Why mess with all the finicky pieces of regular quilting when you can paper piece it and it's perfect. I've never made a log cabin paper pieced block but it seems great. All those perfect lines.

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  65. Wow, love the fabric you used. Foundation piecing sounds like a great way to use scraps.

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  66. I love your choice of fabrics as usual. I will have to try this with all my scraps:)

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  67. I have paper pieced and do like the accuracy of the process. Don't like the ripping paper off process. I've seen Crazy mom quilts is also on a log cabin kick and say yours and thought it was her post. I would love the chance to win this bundle as I don't have enough low volume prints to make a quilt like this though I'd love to make one.

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  68. My first quilt was a log cabin pattern. It might have been a little rough looking and wasn't paper pieced, but I was very happy with it. The main colors were shades of red, black and ivory. I tried paper piecing once from Craftsy. I don't understand the concept of paper piecing but I would like to give it a try again.

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  69. I've made several quilts with paper piecing. I've done floral quilts designed by Eileen Sullivan. I've also got a pineapple log cabin that I need to finish. Paper piecing is a great way to do more detailed patterns in a more accurate manor.

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  70. I have a couple times and failed miserably!

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  71. I have never paper-pieced, but I keep thinking I'll try--those perfect points are awfully tempting!

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  72. I get very confused with paper piecing!! I'd really like to learn an easy way so as not to get all mixed up!
    Carol S.
    sandyzoo45@comcast.net

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  73. I love paper piecing. It makes your blocks very accurate.

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  74. I like paper piecing for miniature blocks and blocks with a lot of weird shaped pieces.

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  75. I have tried it and I love the precision it gives. Anna taught a great class at UCMQG she was awesome.thanks for the chance to win!

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  76. I would love to improve my paper-piecing skills. Really love the low volume family. Thank you for the chance to win.

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  77. I love the precision and perfect results of paper piecing. Am addicted to it! Thanks for the chance at this great giveaway.

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  78. Paper piecing is never easy for me. My brain doesn't like thinking backwards. I finished Carol Doak's 50 stars twice and it was hard. Lots of seam ripper action and 4 letter words. I do love log cabins. Just finished a great one. I will need to get this book for sure.

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  79. I have done a little paper piecing and really want to try it with this log cabin pattern. Thanks for the chance to win. I could really use these. Low volume prints are something I'm not comfortable using but love how your blocks are turning out and would really like to try it.

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  80. I have done a little paper piecing and really want to try it with this log cabin pattern. Thanks for the chance to win. I could really use these. Low volume prints are something I'm not comfortable using but love how your blocks are turning out and would really like to try it.

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  81. I have done some foundation paper piecing but need to do some more. Your log cabin blocks are cute. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  82. I have only tried paper piecing a couple of times. I do need to try it again. This book looks fantastic and I love the low volume fabric.

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  83. Your blocks are very happy looking! I love log cabin blocks but haven't ever paper pieced them. I'd love to try it! I also love the low volume bundle!

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  84. I've only ever tried English paper piecing but your blocks are so neat I'm tempted to try your way! Every time I've made log cabin blocks they've turned out a different size than planned and I'm never sure why! X

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  85. What an awesome bundle of fabric! I LOVE paper piecing- it is accurate and very satisfying. I don't even mind pulling off the paper! Thanks for a great giveaway Andy!

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  86. I am always frustrated by paper piecing, better known as Foundation Seam Ripping, but love the accurate results

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  87. I am always frustrated by paper piecing, better known as Foundation Seam Ripping, but love the accurate results

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  88. I have never tried paper piecing, the idea is rather terrifying. I would love to attend a class and have someone guide me around it all. Thank you for a great giveaway. x

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  89. I just tried once...I was supposed to start the dear Jane quilt. Quite fascinating technique 😃

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  90. I have done several foundation pieced patterns and love them because they are so precise. There are some excellent FP patterns to be found on the Internet. Thank you for the giveaway.
    fabricstasher24@gmail.com

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  91. I'm a beginner quilter so haven't tried paper piecing yet. I keep saving pots about it though, so I guess it's inevitable that I'll give it a go at some point, maybe as a panel on a pouch or cushion. Love the low volume prints, thanks for the chance to win.
    annamariehlustik@googlemail.com

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  92. Hello Andy! Thank you for your great post with gorgeous pictures and the FB bundle give away! Love it!!!
    I paper piece all the time and create my own patterns with special software. I adore the freedom of shapes and the precision it gives. I have been working on a bug quilt from swap blocks, but it needs to get bigger. I am using many low volume fabrics in the new blocks which are all paper pieced.
    Hugs and good luck to everyone! May the luckiest quilter win!
    Esther
    esthersipatchandquilt at yahoo dot com

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  93. I've done lots of paper piecing and find the accuracy relaxing.
    Love the fabric !
    shivertown123@gmail.com

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  94. Your quilt is lovely! I have done a little bit of paper piecing, as a part of a quilt pattern I was working on. We also own a very old log cabin quilt that was foundation-pieced on old feed sack material -- I had never seen that technique before!

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  95. I've learned how to paper piece but haven't convinced myself to actually make anything paper pieced yet

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  96. I have never tried paper piecing. Who knows, I may fall in love....it's been added to the list!

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  97. I have done a little bit of paper piecing ... great for accurate points ... love yo do more ... lovely fabric ... thanks fof the chance to win ... lindabatz@gmail.com

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  98. Yes, I love paper piecing for the accuracy you get. I don't really like the added waste that sometimes happens, but by using templates to cut the fabric to size helps with that. Thanks for the giveaway opportunity!

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  99. I have tried paper piecing...and have done a few blocks/patterns that otherwise would have been a disaster..I save all my little bits, organized by color and then make log cabin blocks or other small projects...thanks...

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  100. I have tried PP without much luck but I love your block so might as well give it another shot. Don't have a lot of low volumes so hope to win to get me going. Besides June 10th is my birthday, how about that!!

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  101. I looove paper piecing ! I started with a simple square-in-square block and slowly tried more complicated blocks. I would love to add these low volume fq's to my stash ! Thanks for the opportunity !
    Colleen farmersfeedfamilies@gmail.com

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  102. What fun to win these great FQs! Your log cabin blocks are certainly inspiring and look like so much fun to do! I have done paper piecing in the past, but never log cabin. Thanks for the great post and idea; also for the great give-away!

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  103. I have done some paper piecing, early in my quilting journey and just lately. I don't care for it any better now than when I first tried. Thank you.

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  104. I have paper pieced and love the accuracy. However, I did find it challenging because I was too stingy at times with my fabric. I think it is perfect for log cabin blocks. Thanks for sharing your foundation pattern

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  105. I haven't gotten up the courage to try paper piecing yet but would like too. Your log cabin blocks are beautiful!

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  106. I just tried paper piecing last month and love it! I just did a small flower project but love that you can make log cabins wit it. Love your blocks.

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  107. I have tried paper piecing only a couple of times. Still not comfortable with. I do piecing a top together on a sewing machine though.

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  108. I have tried paper piecing only a couple of times. Still not comfortable with. I do piecing a top together on a sewing machine though.

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  109. I love paper piecing for complex blocks - couldn't imagine using it for a block that is quick and easy to piece.

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  110. I have never tried paper piecing, but I've seen lots of demos. :)

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  111. I have tried paper piecing ... once. It made me want to stab my seam ripper in my eyes! LOL Still, I love the results so I'm sure I'll end up giving it another go just because ... well, there are so many beautiful paper-pieced things to make! Thanks for a fantastic giveaway!

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  112. I've done paper piecing and really like it. Really enjoying The Splendid Sampler paper pieced blocks. I'd like to do the log cabin blocks...pattern printed!

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  113. Wow! Great blocks...i love the low volume method and how you make it look cool and modern!
    I have paper-pieced and really love to use Carol Doaks foundation paper. It prints like a dream, is easy to work with, and peels off super easy. Not as crunchy and stiff as printer paper! :)

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  114. I have indeed tried paper piecing, yet must relearn it every time It comes up.

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  115. I tried it many years ago... Now I'm keen to have another go. I love those blocks.

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  116. I tried it many years ago... Now I'm keen to have another go. I love those blocks.

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  117. I've been searching for a project to "attack" my scrap bins and this is just perfect! I have made a few paper pieced blocks and like the accuracy but not the waste of fabric that sometimes comes with it. Thank you for the tutorial and the give away.

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  118. I have not tried it .......... I always thought that the paper would be to hard to remove.

    Judy

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  119. I tried it once, but I think I picked something to fiddly, a circle of flying Geese! I will try something simpler soon. Lynn

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  120. I am so excited to make my first log cabin quilt. Thank you stephquilts65@gmail.com

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  121. I am so excited to make my first log cabin quilt. Thank you stephquilts65@gmail.com

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  122. Yes, I have paper pieced, but it is not my favorite technique. It does give you perfect points, however!

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  123. I have never tried paper piecing but I have considered it. Those fabrics are just gorgeous! chocolatewiskers@aol.com

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  124. I have done some paper piecing but love the low volume with brights in your log cabin blocks...modern yet traditional! Great giveaway!!

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  125. Yes, I've tried paper piecing, but it's been a long time! I really need to do more of it!

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  126. I have done a lot of paper piecing, it sure makes your blocks more even.

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  127. Haha! My first foray into patchwork was a paper pieced quilt that took 40 years to finish. I've got a bit quicker since then, though 😀

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  128. I haven't tried paper piecing yet, but keep looking at others that do and keep thinking I should give it a try. I think I just need a push to get me there. Thanks for the opportunity, what a great prize!

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  129. I am dying to try paper piecing! I have a book and am just trying to get up the courage, as I am still new to quilting!

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  130. Paper piecing make the quilt perfect! It is very easy!

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  131. My first attempt at paper piecing was for the Splendid Sampler. Shaky, but I might keep at it! Pretty fun!

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  132. I hope to learn how to do it! I have so much to learn in this world of quilting. :)

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  133. I've paper pieced a few small detailed items. The hardest part for me is cutting the fabrics without wasting too much while still having enough...As with everything, the more you do, the better you get!

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  134. Never tried paper piecing!
    Thanks for the lovely giveaway!

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  135. I need a good tutorial for that! I'm a beginner and I have so much to learn!

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  136. I have tried paper piecing and I love it. PP is great for achieving sharp points and piecing intricate block patterns easily. And thanks for the great giveaway!

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  137. I love paper piecing though I have not done it for awhile. Younare inspiring me to start a new pp project! cotten.gloria@gmail.com

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  138. I have done paper piecing but have such a hard time with all the mess, fabric and paper, that I chose patterns that don't require it. I love log cabins however and if I have to paper piece I will. Thanks.

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  139. I have done paper piecing and find myself gravitating to it more and more as time goes by. Thank you and the FQS for the generous giveaway!

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  140. I love paper piecing! Thanks for sharing!
    cork@pa.rr.com

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  141. I love paper piecing patterns and done many projects with it.Log cabin and stars are one of my favorite blocks.

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  142. Paper Piecing . ..like it,don't love it !

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  143. Paper Piecing . ..like it,don't love it !

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  144. I've tried paper piecing twice, and I think I'm getting the hang of it; however, it's a lot of work and very fussy. I prefer English paper piecing.

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  145. The 1st quilt i was given was a log cabin from my from my Grandmother. I could not in shine how she sewed such straight lines. I would like to make one with straight lines and i know paper piecing would help me do that. I can not wait to try it. Thanks for the wonderful giveaway.

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  146. The 1st quilt i was given was a log cabin from my from my Grandmother. I could not in shine how she sewed such straight lines. I would like to make one with straight lines and i know paper piecing would help me do that. I can not wait to try it. Thanks for the wonderful giveaway.

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  147. I love paper piecing blocks!! I love the accuracy. Love this giveaway!
    Susie

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  148. I've never tried paper piecing. but it's on my list to learn.

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  149. Yes, I have tried paper piecing. I don't love it, but it does make for exact points!

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  150. I did a few paper pieced economy blocks once. They were fun!
    distantsub at gmail dot com

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