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Sarah Pasma Kaufman and husband, Rich, returned to Oregon in 2005, following home construction, cultural and sailing adventures in Shaw Island, Washington, and Haleiwa, Hawaii. They may or may not build another house in their future, but two things are for certain: Bend, Oregon, is where they shall remain, and Folded Log Cabin quilts will continue to be Sarah's passion. Her love of teaching this process has made her a fixture at the Stitchin' Post in nearby Sisters. Just in case you think Folded Log Cabin is Sarah's only thing-six adorable grandchildren all need bed quilts periodically. She continues to take quilt classes of all kinds. Sarah is a member of the Hawaii Quilt Guild in Honolulu, Hawaii, and Mountain Meadow Quilters in Sunriver, Oregon. Her message to quilters everywhere is, "Have a quilt guild in your life." Guilds provide all the inspiration, skill enhancement, friendship, challenge, and opportunity for giving back to your community you could want, and then some!
This is an opportunity to turn classic blocks into modern designs and turn old favorite designs into fresh new ideas with amazing results. There are 5 projects where you can mix and match 3 Log Cabin styles to create traditional or contemporary looks. The book contains ideas to help you create dramatic wall quilts, pillow tops and table runners and using the precision piecing methods will enable you to make accurate, crisp strips. There is also an inspirational quilt gallery featuring Sarah Kaufman's work and some of her student's work which is sure to shake up your ideas on the traditional Log Cabin style. Fabrications (12/10)" This is a very different way to construct log cabin quilts. These are designed to be decorative pieces, not bed quilts. With Sarah's method you can achieve 14 inch logs.--. "Australian Quilters Companion, 10/1/2010 "