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Thread: 10 minute block

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    Wink 10 minute block

    Do any of you ladies know where I can find a pattern for this? Thanks

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    Do a search for 10 minute block with google or yahoo. You will find a tutorial video done by Suzanne McNeill on how to do this block. You will get all the information needed to be able to make the block from the viedo. She also has a couple of books with different layouts. That information will also show up.
    Have fun.

    Quote Originally Posted by squirtygirl View Post
    Do any of you ladies know where I can find a pattern for this? Thanks

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    Lightbulb Ten Minute Block or Faux Cathedral Window

    Do any of you ladies know where I can get a pattern for either of these blocks? Thanks

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    Here's a tute: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sgAZ3...eature=related I also think Missouri Quilt Company may have a tute, too.
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    I think someone on this site did a tute on it.

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    Misssouri Quilt Company has a ten minute block on You Tube, Jenny (think that is her name) does such a great job explaining techniques and it looks like fun.

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    That looks so interesting, quick, and easy. Has anyone on the board made one? Comments and pictures, please. Thanks!
    Sew much to do in sew little time!

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    http://www.quiltingboard.com/picture...ke-t81440.html
    Here is a tutorial for the one I did for my granddaughter!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deb watkins View Post
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/picture...ke-t81440.html
    Here is a tutorial for the one I did for my granddaughter!
    That is an adorable quilt. I'm sure your granddaughter loves it. Great tutorial.

    Thanks to everyone who shared links to the videos. This looks like a fun block. Can't wait to try it.

    Norma

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaye View Post
    That looks so interesting, quick, and easy. Has anyone on the board made one? Comments and pictures, please. Thanks!
    This brown & yellow is the first 10 minute block I did, made it with a layer cake.
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    Then I showed my mom how to make it, and she did a pink & green one with sashing. She didn't turn over her edges to make the curved "CW" look.

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    I don't have pictures of my second 10-minute quilt, it's not finished yet. I used batik charms, which made it a little more challenging because they're almost too small.
    Here's a tip - one thing I realized I had to do was to stitch down the outer edge of the curves so they wouldn't catch on my quilting foot as I was quilting.

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