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Originally Posted by susiequilt
I especially find the pictures helpful and I thank Gerbie for the directions and mme3924
for the chicken block with great directions.
It would be nice for newbies to have more pictures of those simple blocks.
Ditto. Thanks. That is really a cute block.
Rail Fence, and D9P
Originally Posted by katier825
I agree! I'm going to start one in the next few days.
Originally Posted by tate_elliott
Has anyone discovered the correct name for the "Chicken block" on the previous page?
I'm almost tempted to try to make a baby quilt using just one of these blocks. Just keep adding to it till it gets big enough.
I'd think you'd have a winner for a baby quilt.
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Originally Posted by auntpiggylpn
I guess I would have to say the snowball block. Even though there are a few extra steps, I find it quite easy to do!
quite easy with great impact!
no act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted. Aesop
Originally Posted by quiltsRfun
What's the difference between the 5-minute block and the 10-minute block?
Originally Posted by Lori S
Rail fence was the easiest I ever made.
Yep, I agree. What could be easier than the Rail Fence?
Dorothy in PA
Originally Posted by Boston1954
I have to say the easiest for me is the Square Within a Square. I have made it several times and it goes very quickly.
Yeah, I love the Square in a Square block too. It's super easy and attractive too.
have to say I love the log cabin - it's easy and always looks so nice