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« Reply #10 on: November 01, 2005 03:58:46 PM »

Actually a rail fence or nine-patch would be far easier than a log cabin-the chance for wonkyness is proportional to the number of seams. Wink

Great suggestion!
My first five quilts were rail fence quilts.  They are so quick and easy for beginners.  Once I mastered that, it was easy to pick up other patterns like the nine patch, snowball, etc. 
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