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

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZbTHlGGKMPM

    tried this method this a.m. and it is fun and so easy...I had 4 1/2" sqs all cut so I used them and only basted to try the method and not waste my fabric...well it is sooooooo easy and took less than 5 minutes for the block..will be little more if i press of course
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    I tried one of the blocks last week and ended up making 2 quilts it was so fun and easy. I had 6 1/2" blocks already cut waiting for me to do something with them. Great fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nancy S.
    I tried one of the blocks last week and ended up making 2 quilts it was so fun and easy. I had 6 1/2" blocks already cut waiting for me to do something with them. Great fun.
    Wow that is super...hope to see pics...think I will show my quilt group and see about doing a 6" block exchange and then make this quilt from those blocks...

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    I made a quilt in a day useing 10 inch blocks it looks great, love your colours

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    I looked at this video, and was stunned. How fun is this! As if I don't have enough projects started now!

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    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!
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    It looks easy.

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    That looks like fun...I have a bunch of 5" squares that I can play with..have to try it today

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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!
    What a stunning quilt!

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    Wow, I am going now to try one. Thank you.

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