100 Blocks Blog Tour Day 3

QMMS 100blksVol2 cover 2001 100 Blocks Blog Tour Day 3

Let’s start Day 3 right off with Today’s Featured Designers:

1. Deanne Eisenman: snugglesquilts.com

2. Rachel Griffith: psiquilt.com

3. Barbara Groves/Mary Jacobson: meandmysisterdesigns.com/blog

4. Susan Guzman: suzguzdesigns.blogspot.com

5. Lynne Hagmeier: kansastroublesquilters-lynne.blogspot.com

6. Nancy Halvorsen: arttoheart.com

7. Reeze Hanson: katlovesquilts.blogspot.com

8. Dawn Heese: dawnheesequilts.blogspot.com

9. Julie Herman: jaybirdquilts.com

10. Amanda Herring: thequiltedfish.typepad.com

11. Maria Hrabovsky: mariamichaelsdesigns.wordpress.com

12. Sandi Irish: irishchain.blogspot.com

Each one will be giving away a copy of Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks. Some will have additional giveaways, too!

Today’s Featured Sponsors:
(we’ve got prizes from both and look for giveaways on both their sites as well)

1. Clothworks

2. Everything Quilts

Here are sneak peeks of a few more blocks:

QMMS 100054 GRIFFITH 150x150 100 Blocks Blog Tour Day 3

Pinwheel O'Strings by Rachel Griffith, P.S. I Quilt

QMMS 100054 HALVORS 150x150 100 Blocks Blog Tour Day 3

Hope Blooms by Nancy Halvorsen, Art to Heart

QMMS 100054 HODAPP 150x150 100 Blocks Blog Tour Day 3

Nova by Angie Hodapp, Quilters Newsletter Editor-in-Chief

Whenever I go back through the blocks, I find several more that I want to make, or try in a certain setting. This issue could keep me busy for months, even years! As you can see above, there are blocks using many different techniques for all skill levels.

Reminders: Each day’s initial post will stay at the top of the blog–so keep scrolling to see what else is going on here at Quilty Pleasures. Watch for the * in post titles to find active giveaways.

How about you? What’s your favorite technique, and what’s your skill level? Leave a comment and on Thursday we’ll pick winners for some of the delightful prizes shown below. Each winner gets a copy of Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks, too. We have lots of copies to give away! Three winners have been chosen: comments#15 Laurie, #63 Jane and #173 Delia. Congratulations!

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A variety of quilting books could be yours!

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This luscious pile of batiks could be coming your way!

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A pattern, a kit and a SideWinder may be in your future!

Be sure to come back and leave a comment on Friday, when we’ll have our Big Bundle Giveaway! Loads of prizes to several winners, both U.S. and international. Don’t miss it!

About Diane Harris

I'm Interactive Editor for Quiltmaker magazine in Golden, Colorado, USA. For six years, I've been writing pattern instructions and product reviews, and doing a host of other tasks necessary to help produce a national pattern magazine. Now I work remotely from rural Nebraska to generate some of our online content. I manage the QM Scrap Squad, our blog tours and our Quilt-Alongs. I have one of the best jobs in the world.
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212 Responses to 100 Blocks Blog Tour Day 3

  1. Melanie says:

    I am an advanced beginner quilter that has so much to learn. I’m anxious to see your latest magazine because I will learn a lot from it. The next quilt I’m attempting to make is a pattern with stars. It looks difficult to me, but I’ve been told it’s easy. Thanks for doing this giveaway.

  2. Christine says:

    I finially figured out how to leave a post on the blog.. yeah !!! LOL.. this is my first blog post ever… I love quilting and I love this site .. thank you for all your great ideas and insperation

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  4. Lori Platt says:

    I consider myself intermediate…I enjoy paper piecing, applique, machine piecing, *adapting* patterns and liberated styles… I love ALL of it! :-)

  5. Nancy says:

    I’m a beginner and love something simple that I can quickly finish.

  6. Nancy B from Many LA says:

    I guess I’d be an advanced beginner, and I love paper piecing.

  7. Kris S says:

    I love to hand applique and paper piecing and scrap quilting and Civil War fabrics and batiks. I guess I love it all. I am an intermediate quilter.

  8. JoAnne Murphy says:

    I think I am an intermediate quilter. I love trying new patterns. The easiest quilt I made was using the foldy stuff technique. Paper piecing is fun and I have some paper piece stamps that I have used to make a batik cat quilt. This month I started a kit using wool felt. I am seriously addicted to Fat Quarters. I am planning my next quilt to be made from yellow and blue fabric and have collected a stack of different color shades so far. I love reading and reviewing all the Quiltmaker magazines and look forward to the newest 100 Blocks Magazine. Thanks for providing so many choices of patterns in them.

  9. QuitSue says:

    I’ve just got to grips with curved piecing and I love the effect it gives.

  10. Sandra says:

    I am a intermediate to advanced quilter, depends on the technique (-; I like paper foundation piecing and machine quilting. Thank you for the chance to win.

  11. Lillian says:

    I love both applique (only a beginner) and piecing (intermediate). Thanks for your giveaway.

  12. Sharon says:

    I love machine piecing, and consider myself intermediate.

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