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Thread: FMQ and 10 minute block pictures

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    Super Member JNCT14's Avatar
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    FMQ and 10 minute block pictures

    I started a thread a bit back about challenging yourself to do some FMQ - get some inspiration from this forum and Leah Day's site. The idea was to create a 10 minute block piece and FMQ in the centers - easy for newbies and quick. Jeanne from Oregon wanted to try this as well so we have been emailing back and forth.

    I completed a small project and thought I would share the pictures.
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    Very nice!!

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    the tention on your machine is really good....good job
    Retired and living in NE Michigan

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    Very lovely. great job and thank you for sharing
    Have a Blessed day
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    Very inspirational! I love the bowtie effect of your blocks! Looks great and your floral designs add just the right touch!

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    I love the Leah Day classes. I have learned so much. I am working on the wholecloth class now. I made a large quilt a few months ago and was going to send it out to have quilted. I think I am ready to take the plunge and do it myself. Everyone should check out her website she is a very talented young lady. You did a beautiful job.

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    very nice-you will be quilting like a pro in no time if this is your 1st.
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    I like the 10 minute block idea for trying the FMQ patterns. The whole project is a nice practice piece, with a good ending!
    KEEP CALM and CARRY ON!!

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    Very good. If I could do that, I would be doing larger size quilts. I love the pattern you chose for the solid blocks . You did a nice job.

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    Very nice!

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