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Thread: 10 min block using strip blocks final daisy accent block

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    A few have asked for arrangement of strip blocks and 10 min. quilt. I have examples of assembly.
    Wow.. I am amazed that anyone could figure this out as a new pattern!! The results are fun !
    hope all is explained well!

    just a chance, but look at the center of the accent ! looks like I planned the center! now we know where the center is from start to finish too ! whoo hoo !

    watch this utube for three seam sewing.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sgAZ3_xdkGw

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    Lovely blocks!! I keep thinking about all the ways those 10 minute blocks could be altered and I really like this one.

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    That looks so sweet. I do have the 10 minute block book.
    I like the strips and the fussy cut flower.
    Thanks for sharing.

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    yes thank you so much, I too, have the book, but this is a lovely addition!!

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    I love this! Thanks a bunch :D:D

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    WOW! This is very cool! Thanks so much!

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    Thanks for the link. I watched it and loved it. I will get the bookfor all the other ideas.

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    I love the "window" in it! Nice job! Thanks for showing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lisa_wanna_b_quilter
    Lovely blocks!! I keep thinking about all the ways those 10 minute blocks could be altered and I really like this one.
    :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    looks super!

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    So inventive! It's gonna look great when you finish!!

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    I never thought about using striped blocks, I really like what you did, it looks so sweet. Thanks for sharing this idea.

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    Oh I like what you did with it. I just finished making one and I am impressed with how you planned it out. You definitely HAVE to plan when you do this one. I finally bought the instruction booklet. It has a lot of ideas and the instructions. I think yours are even more specific for the strips. Good job. I can't wait to see it finished. I like those colors too.

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    Thanks

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    That is a great idea... never thought of that. I'm making a king size quilt now using the 10 minute block system with 10" blocks. I didn't buy the book... just watched the video and it's really easy to figure out.... Just take your time and the results are fabulous. It goes together really fast. I got 26 blocks made in about 15 hours...(That included all the ironing, sewing, pressing seams open, and also ironing 5 yards of backing fabric.)

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    Thanks so much for the link. Love it.

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    How do you save a Utube site? Every time I try it hangs up my PC.

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    I just tried saving "YouTube" What I did was do google search for "youtube quilting tutorials" and went onto Missouri Star Quilt video and when I go directed to that site I did a "Favorite" and saved it as a favorite under my Quilting favorites. I don't know if that helps you or not??

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    I found if you save during the video, the favorite is accepted. not before or after the video type.

    try this. hope it all works out .

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    YouTube - 10 Minute Blocks & Quick Tricks


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sgAZ3_xdkGw

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    Quote Originally Posted by chairjogger
    A few have asked for arrangement of strip blocks and 10 min. quilt. I have examples of assembly.
    Wow.. I am amazed that anyone could figure this out as a new pattern!! The results are fun !
    hope all is explained well!

    just a chance, but look at the center of the accent ! looks like I planned the center! now we know where the center is from start to finish too ! whoo hoo !

    watch this utube for three seam sewing.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sgAZ3_xdkGw
    I made some baby security blankets using this pattern and they are fabulous and so easy. A quilting genius thought this one up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Janet My
    That is a great idea... never thought of that. I'm making a king size quilt now using the 10 minute block system with 10" blocks. I didn't buy the book... just watched the video and it's really easy to figure out.... Just take your time and the results are fabulous. It goes together really fast. I got 26 blocks made in about 15 hours...(That included all the ironing, sewing, pressing seams open, and also ironing 5 yards of backing fabric.)
    Fantastic!! Thanks for posting !

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    So pretty....thank you! :-D

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    I can't believe I never heard of this. It is amazing what you can do with those, perfect when you need a quick quilt.
    I love yours, especially the cathedral window one with the little smiling flower. It hurts my head trying to picture the steps necessary to make it happen:)

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    Love it Carmen

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    Thank you for this tute :D:D:D

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