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Thread: 20 minute block, 34" Big

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    20 minute block, 34" Big

    This is a fun block to make, I made this one in less than 20 minutes and all you need is 9 to make a 105" sq.
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    so share!!!!!

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    Great block!!!!

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    Waiting patiently for instructions.
    My stash keeps me in stitches!

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    Thanks everyone, have made three more of these blocks this morning, inbetween wash & taking care of two Grandkids. This is not my pattern but came from Better homes & garden americn patchwork & quilting for August 2012.
    I'm making one scrappy 30's and one scrappy Christmas.
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    I found it. Thank you. We would probably get into trouble if we reproduced this pattern. Just a hint, the center square is 12 inches.

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    Have been playing around with this a bit, wished I could post pics, you aught to see the smaller version of one crossed with the 10 minute block. Cathedral block. Looks neat. I have my outside corners matching the center square.
    Sure appreciate you posting it, Buddy's Mom.
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    Yes, this is why I didn't post the pattern, it's not mine,it's a shoo-fly block.

    Quote Originally Posted by fivepaws View Post
    I found it. Thank you. We would probably get into trouble if we reproduced this pattern. Just a hint, the center square is 12 inches.
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    Great pattern to use for a quick "need one now" quilt

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    The center is 11 5/8" sq??

    Quote Originally Posted by fivepaws View Post
    I found it. Thank you. We would probably get into trouble if we reproduced this pattern. Just a hint, the center square is 12 inches.
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    Yes it really is and a very pretty one to. This is a great one for those fabric's you hate to cut.



    Quote Originally Posted by Sandy64 View Post
    Great pattern to use for a quick "need one now" quilt
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    great block wonderful job with it.
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    Have a great day and happy sewing !

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    That is a nice looking block. And making larger blocks is a good way to use large scale fabrics. I will definitely keep this idea in my to-do file. Thank you for sharing.

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    Quite a unique square. I'd love to see the finished quilt.

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    Very nice block. Thanks for sharing.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    please share! what size are the blocks and HST's? How much fabric to make 105" square?

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    I just saw this in the Aug magazine issue also. It's perfect for a quick quilt I want to make for a young mom who wants things modern and bright! She'll love it.

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    I thought if it is in a magazine you could reproduce it. what is the name of the quilt? Is it in the August or June issue?

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    Wow, that's a big block. I love the block with the wintery woods scene that material is so cute. I can see this block being wonderful for large flowery prints or a wonderful paisley. I cannot wait to see your next blocks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buddy'smom View Post
    Thanks everyone, have made three more of these blocks this morning, inbetween wash & taking care of two Grandkids. This is not my pattern but came from Better homes & garden americn patchwork & quilting for August 2012.
    I'm making one scrappy 30's and one scrappy Christmas.
    Well, you're in luck beacause I love scrappies, 30s AND Christmas fabrics/quilts, so I'll take any of them... LOL! This is so cool! You could use some of those beautiful big prints in them... perfect!
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    Quote Originally Posted by cmilton View Post
    please share! what size are the blocks and HST's? How much fabric to make 105" square?
    I don't sharing those details would get you in trouble. I hope not cuz I'd love to know, too!
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    I have that magazine.. thought it was pretty neat.. Super quick quilt.. Another one for the To DO list..

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    Thank you, that''s one of my most favorite Christmas fabric's and all I had left so this Christmas quilt will be for me.



    Quote Originally Posted by EvelynJ View Post
    Wow, that's a big block. I love the block with the wintery woods scene that material is so cute. I can see this block being wonderful for large flowery prints or a wonderful paisley. I cannot wait to see your next blocks.
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    what a neat block!!!!
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    Have this one on my to-do list. In my new magazine.

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