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Thread: 10 minute quilt blocks .. fun and easy!

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    I just made one and like the center bow about 1/2" smaller than rest of bow.... I tried it both ways. All 5 squares same and then center smaller. Will be posting in next few days. it is a easy one onece all is cut. fast to sew together as well.

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    Here is the link to one I followed.. Same but a little different.

    http://www.reginagrewe.de/00main/05gratismuster_e.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deb watkins
    I looked at this video, and was stunned. How fun is this! As if I don't have enough projects started now!
    Go for it Deb, :) use some of the floating materials (((hugs)))

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    Quote Originally Posted by ckp11271
    I used this same method to make this bowtie quilt. I used 3" squares, so my blocks are a little smaller - but love the effect!
    I love the colors that you used! :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Fantastic block,Gonna try this one for sure!

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    The block is sew pretty. I love the colors/prints used. Did you do a whole quilt in these colors?

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    What size squares would I start with to end up with a 12.5 inch block?

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    love it ,looks easy and fun

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    This is one of the easiest and most fun blocks I have done. I couldn't get the book, 10-Minute Blocks, at my LQS, but found it this summer at my favorite Montana quilt shop when I visited this summer...am currently making a lap quilt using 2 charm packs plus a little yardage of the 2011 Minnesota fabric...I'll try to post pics when it's done...I'm a newbie at that sort of thing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kimscruzer
    What size squares would I start with to end up with a 12.5 inch block?
    I'm not positive but I think that 7" squares will make 12.5.

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