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Thread: 10 minute block quilt

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    Senior Member Helen6869's Avatar
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    Jul 2010
    SW Georgia

    Question Where did the glue go?

    Quote Originally Posted by Stitchnripper View Post
    Here is my attempt at the 10 minute block. I used two sets of fat quarters from Tuesday Morning, not wanting to invest too much into this. I also glue basted with Elmer's School Glue, using it straight from the bottle, putting a bead in a grid pattern. This is definitely something I will do again. It didn't interfere with the quilting (where I tried using a decorative stitch) and it did wash right out. I didn't iron it dry, but just left it alone til I was ready to quilt. I don't know why there seem to be so many bubbles in it in the picture. In person it is much smoother looking.
    Just wondering where you put the glue and what it did for the block. I am not familiar with the 10 minute block but I love the design. And fat quarters worked well! good job!

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    Super Member fleurdelisquilts.com's Avatar
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    Jun 2010
    Evergreen LA
    Thanks for sharing. I love the colors. They seem very calming and I could see these colors on my bed. I'm wondering how you used the glue to make this block. I like the circle quilting, too.

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    Looks wonderful! Love the colors!

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