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Thread: 10 minute quilt block

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    Senior Member Tennessee Suzi's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sewlmatesister View Post
    I agree, too big for my taste. This one is on my design board, not sewn together yet. I cut my squares 5 inch and the middle one 8 inch. I love it!
    Been wondering if the 5 inch blocks would work. Very pretty. I have made the ten inch block and sashed it in 1 inch strips and I like it a lot.
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    This 10 minute block was demonstrated at the Lake Huron Thumb Area Quilter's Retreat last fall. I too think that its a very easy pattern to accomplish in a very short time. I've made 2 of them so far. I'm waiting impatiently for this year's retreat!!!!!!!

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    The first book is called 10-Minute Blocks, by Suzanne McNeill. I have the book, but have yet to try to make one.

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    Chairjogger, I love your take on the 10 minute block. So cute and interesting. I'm always inspired by the creativity shown on this site.

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    Wow! All three 10 minute block quilts are beautiful and so different, even though they are all the same method. Thank you for sharing your photos. Wow!

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    That is really pretty. I am working on oe that has 5" squares and 7" for the center. I am also putting an accent square in the center before I turn down the bias edge.

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    There are several of those 10 minute and 5 minute block videos on utube that require only one or two seams. You can also buy the books new on Ebay very cheap if you wait for a good deal.(less than $10.00)

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