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Old 08-31-2012, 10:41 AM
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Hi, I would like to have someone post a photo of their Halloween 10 minute block quilt. I tried looking on pinterest and all over the web, but cannot find a halloween 10 minute block quilt. I was getting so frustrated looking and going round and round ant thought of this board and thought you might be able to help. There are awesome quilters on this board.

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Old 08-31-2012, 11:58 AM
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I never heard of it but I;s like to try one myself now.
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Old 08-31-2012, 01:10 PM
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Is this the 10 minute block you're thinking of? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZbTHlGGKMPM
It could be done in any fabrics...
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Hi I finally made one and here it is, but I really would like to see what other folks have done, maybe I am jumping the gun a little because Halloween is still a few weeks from now.
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I think a fussy cut center square of a pumpkin or Halloween figure would look nice with a solid background. You can make the center square bigger if you wanted.
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How cute. I too, like the idea of the fussy cut center
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I like the idea of the fussy cut center too. In fact, it's my turn to lead/demo a quilt in your guild in Oct. so I think I'll steal this idea. As usual the inspriation I receive from the board is endless. Thanks for posting the question and the example.
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WOW!!! where do these genius's come from? how do they think of these things? absolutely wonderful! thank you for sharing the video!
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Just be aware that if your motif is directional that you'll probably want to do the fussy cut "on point" because of how it will turn in the center location.
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I think a fussy cut center square of a pumpkin or Halloween figure would look nice with a solid background. You can make the center square bigger if you wanted.
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in the albums section of this site, there are several 10 minute quilts posted by members...all different fabrics...nice inspiration...monica in tx
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