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Log on to Toys 5, 6, 7 and 8

Time to introduce more girly toys.

For many years my pocket-money came from the sale of rag dolls, designed for little girls, but many of them purchased by bigger girls for themselves. 101 more words

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The Versatility of Log Cabin Quilts

This is another log cabin quilt, pieced for my youngest sister Nicki. Are you beginning to see how versatile this pattern is?

Log cabin squares are very easy to construct, but there are an endless number of ways in which you can put the squares together to form interesting patterns. 272 more words

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Cabin Fever Christmas Edition 27, 28, 29 and 30

If I could make it small enough the first one would make a lovely tree ornament.

Interesting.

A red wreath.

Another ornament for the tree, though might be easier to make a bigger tree than make them small enough for our current trees!

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Log Court 61, 62, 63, 64 and 65

Like it …

… not so much.

Like it …

… not so much.

This one is my favourite Log Cabin this week … and it came about when I was playing with the two designs above which I didn’t like much. 24 more words

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Less Logs in the Cabin 11, 12, 13, 14 and 15

I am resisting the urge to mix up the designs in this series … I am keeping them in the order I save them, so there will often be several designs with just a few changes in a row. 79 more words

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