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Thread: part 2 of it took me 45 minutes to make the 10 minute block!

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    I got a total of 9 blocks made for a total of 3 hours. LOL!!!

    I think I will make it a baby quilt, sew it together and add borders.
    I still have to square the blocks up so please don't pay any mind to the uneven edges.

    I think I will save the rest of the squares for a future 9 patch quilt.

    Be honest and tell me what you all think. :D :D

    The blue is actually purple.
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    I think it turned out lovely. :)

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    I think it is absolutely adorable....love the springy and bright colors!!

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    I think it will be adorable for a baby quilt.

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    Nice work, colors are great

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    It's purple on my monitor and it's also adorable. I like your layout. You do such a good job of choosing colors.

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    Cj, Love the colors. Looks great. :thumbup: :D

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    great job I am working on a memory quilt using this method....I found if I pin a bunch of them together it was easier to do an assembly line formation which seemed to be faster also

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    Thank you very much. I am really like how it came out, I am just not sure I care for the 10 minute block.

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    Very cute fabric for a baby quilt. I made a couple of quilts like this for my daughter when she was a baby. She loves them. However, she has ripped several of the 3D bowties. They got caught on furniture and stuff when she was dragging them around.
    I had to wash them a lot. "Biological baby messes" tended to get caught in the pockets under the bowties.

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