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Thread: 10 minute top put together

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    Junior Member marthahelen's Avatar
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    Wow! It looks great!

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    That is absolutely beautiful!

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    Did each block actually take 10 min, or more?

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    beautiful!

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    beautiful

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    The added block would have been over whelming. What size block did you use?

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    Quote Originally Posted by supergma
    Did each block actually take 10 min, or more?


    Once the blocks were cut, it did take less than 10 minutes to sew them together. The longest part, was laying the colored insert over the white center window, and rolling the edges over and sewing them down, but I got it done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by baubo1234
    Beautiful!! but what is a 10 minute top??
    It is a 10 minute block, and it really does take 10 minutes or less to sew the basic block. What took time for me, was laying the colored block over the white block, rolling those edges and sewing them down.

    You can go to youtube and search 10 minute block and there are lots of them. That was where I got the basic idea.

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    Love it, I just happen to know of a good home for it, just in case you happen to be looking !!! lol Auntie B

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    That's gorgeous it looks like a catheral window :)

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