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How to Create the Traditional Holiday Crossing Quilt Block

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How to Create the Traditional Holiday Crossing Quilt Block
Let's look at this interesting Holiday Crossing quilt block today. It is fairly easy to sew together and creates a lovely secondary design when multiple blocks are sewn together.

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Free Tutorial for the Easy Chicago Geese Quilt Block

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Free Tutorial for the Easy Chicago Geese Quilt Block
The Chicago Geese block is easy and quick to sew together. It's sort of Log Cabin, sort of Flying Geese, and looks very similar to the Wild Goose Chase block. Traditionally, it's made with a background and two colors but...you know me, I had to add more fabrics to the mix!

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Free Uneven Log Cabin Quilt Block Pattern

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Free Uneven Log Cabin Quilt Block Pattern
Today let's sew up an Uneven Log Cabin quilt block! This variation (also known as an Off-Center Log Cabin) of the ever-popular log cabin adds a curve by using different width strips. 

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Easy Log Cabin Quilt Pattern

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Easy Log Cabin Quilt Pattern
Today we're going to put together an easy Log Cabin quilt. The Log Cabin block is a traditional block that has lots of different layout options. 

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Free Pattern – Four Patch Log Cabin Quilt Block

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Free Pattern – Four Patch Log Cabin Quilt Block
Here’s another quilt block to use up those skinny strips you’ve been saving! The Four Patch Log Cabin quilt block is easy to do and finishes at 10″ square. I’m not sure why it’s called a “four patch”, looks like a sixteen patch to me!

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