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Thread: Baby Quilt made with 10-minute block variation

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    Senior Member AnitaSt's Avatar
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    Several months ago I posted a pic of some 10-blocks that I made using leftover half-square triangles. I played with them some more, sewing down the center block with blanket stitch then outlining the other sections with blanket stitch then put them away.

    Then, along comes a new great-niece who needs a baby quilt. The blocks were not exactly the same size and a few did not have a 1/4 seam allowance all around (great accuracy, huh?) so I just raw-edge appliqued them to a solid background then added borders. I had a bunch of these coordinating prints. Came out small 36x36 but cute. I don't know if the colors will show accurately, but the yellow is a very soft shade. Thanks for looking.

    Baby Quilt with 10-Min Block Variation
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    Super Member Murphy's Avatar
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    Very nice use of fabrics and color. This will be a joyful gift for the little one. Great way to have a wonderful quilt and not waste; waste not want not. Thank you for sharing.

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    Awesome work, love the border fabric.

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    I really like how this came out! Wonderful job!

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    Turned out nice. Love the design and the colors also.

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    Looks great... all the colors look so soft together. Nice job!

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    What a creative way to use your blocks! It's adorable! :thumbup:

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    It looks wonderful! And love that border print.
    Kat

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    perfect size for a floor quilt...until they start to roll over and over and over lol
    luv it

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