This beautiful quilt was made with 10-Minute Blocks. The basic blocks start with 10″ squares and require just three seams. The blocks finish at 20″.
For her version, Anja created 10″ squares by sewing together 2 1/2″ jelly roll strips. While that meant the blocks took longer than 10 minutes, it’s still a quick and easy process. The trickiest part is getting the strips all pointed the right way.
Suzanne McNeill demonstrates how to make 10-Minute Blocks in the following video. Notice how the centers can be left square or folded Cathedral Window style for a curved center. You’ll love how versatile these blocks are and how quickly a quilt can be made from them.
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Experienced quilters are likely to be able to make a quilt similar to Anja’s without further instruction (learn more about her quilt here – translated using Google Translate).
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