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Thread: 10 Minute Block done as a QAYG

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    Senior Member kraftykimberly's Avatar
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    This is for Janet My, she was curious to know if you could do a 10 minute block as a QAYG, here are some that I did. You will notice they are basically done with no set pattern as I was just trying to learn and experiement with new techniques (well new to me anyway since Im a total newbie). Anyway, here you go:

    Made with fabric I snagged at Goodwill for .97
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    Made with layer cakes
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    Made from my scrap bag
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    Each one is beautiful! Great job.

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    Beautiful AND quick!

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    these are beautiful! did you do the quilting as well? i've made a baby quilt using this technique and i'm very pleased. it was easy and fun! did you find it fun also?

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    these are beautiful! did you do the quilting as well? i've made a baby quilt using this technique and i'm very pleased. it was easy and fun! did you find it fun also?

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    all are great, but i like the .97 one the best :D

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    Great job. Awesome work on all your projects!

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    Thanks for showing your quilts. They are terrific and I like the variety of your fabrics.

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    Nicely Done Thank you for sharing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nancia
    these are beautiful! did you do the quilting as well? i've made a baby quilt using this technique and i'm very pleased. it was easy and fun! did you find it fun also?
    Oh I find the whole process fun from beginning to end. I pieced all the blocks, then cut a backing piece and a batting piece for each block (I dont make exact cut-to-fit backing and batting because I always square up after I quilt each piece). Sandwich those 3 pieces (I use either 505 or fusible batting by Hobbs), and quilt however you like. Its very easy to free motion or STD a block that is approx 19". After quilting I square each block, attach the joints and bind. It actually goes together pretty quick.

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