100 Blocks Blog Tour: Day 5 Giveaway

QMMS 110062 COVER 500 shadow3 100 Blocks Blog Tour: Day 5 GiveawayToday’s the final day of Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks Volume 4 blog tour, but certainly not the last of the fun we have planned for you. You’re invited to come back to Quilty Pleasures on a regular basis! We offer a variety of quilting tips, tutorials, stories, musings, product reviews, behind-the-scenes peeks and all-around quilty entertainment. Giveaways happen regularly!

Today’s featured sponsor is RJR Fabrics. They have generously contributed prizes for the giveaway bundles we’ll award today.

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The fabrics above are from Pattern Party Quilt Club 2012 by Thimbleberries. See the end of this post and leave a comment to enter today’s giveaway. Over at RJR’s website, check out the patterns page as well as the fabrics that are coming soon. We’re privileged to have two RJR fabric designers in Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks Volume 4: Sue Marsh and Debbie Beaves. You saw Sue’s block on Monday if you visited Whistlepig Creek.

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Cogwheel Daisy by Debbie Beaves

Debbie’s block is above. I love the softness of the colors. It’s called Cogwheel Daisy.

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Yvonne's Mystery by Cinzia White

For an impressive block that is easily pieced on paper foundations, try Cinzia White’s design called Yvonne’s Mystery. Yowza!

 

Listed below are today’s featured designers. Visit each one and follow the instructions for a chance to win a copy of 100 Blocks Volume 4 on each. Enjoy!

  1. Monique Dillard
  2. Kay Mackenzie
  3. Cinzia White
  4. Amanda Murphy
  5. Peg Spradlin
  6. Carolyn Beam, QM Creative Editor
  7. Sandra Workman
  8. Marilyn Foreman
  9. Toby Lischko
  10. Doug Leko
  11. Elisa Wilson

And just one more block, one of my absolute favorites of the entire issue.

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Little Laundry by Sandra Workman

Can anything be cuter than the little three-dimensional dress on a clothesline of rickrack?!

Giveaway time! Please leave a comment by midnight, Sunday Nov. 13 estimating how much time you spent on the blog tour this week. We’ll pick three winners for bundles of quilty goodness including a copy of 100 Blocks Volume 4 and a 100 Blocks coffee mug.

Thank you so much for being with us this week! It’s been fun, hasn’t it? And now just a few reminders:

• We’d love to have you as a subscriber. Here’s a special 2-for-1 offer. It’s a great deal.

“Like” us on Facebook for news of special sewing opportunities! That’s where we share the inside scoop.

• QM offers kits for many of the quilts in our pages. You can see them here.

• Send us feedback anytime: editor@quiltmaker.com.

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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225 Responses to 100 Blocks Blog Tour: Day 5 Giveaway

  1. Amanda says:

    Keep track of the time while blog hopping? More time than I should, but I have to admit not quite enough to read every single one. (Blush.) The ones that I have read though have been good reads, some with good ideas to add to my “maybe someday in the future” notebook. Thanks!

  2. Nancy Sue says:

    Oh, my, what a loaded question….does that count all the trips to the coffeepot and secret stash of chocolate to enjoy while I’m drooling over the featured blogs and blocks? I’d say prob. an hour and a half each day. (During my 4 yr old’s nap). I’m going to have blog tour withdrawl come Monday naptime!

  3. Niki says:

    This was my first blog tour and I am very happy to have found your site. I will be a constant visitor.

  4. Judy Howard says:

    I just love these fabrics. The colors of fall make me feel warm and loved. I hope I win this collection!

  5. Sheryl W. says:

    So much beauty in one post! I love everything. I’d love to own that fabric.

  6. oh my – I’ve spent at least one hour daily, if not more. Thanks for all the fun!

  7. Carol says:

    about 30 minutes total

  8. Linda says:

    I probably spent a 1/2 hour a day if my husband asks but it’s probably more than that! Love to win! Thanks for the chance!

  9. Cecilia says:

    I probably spent at least 3 hours so far this week. I had two quilting classes this week and wasn’t able to participate for 2 days but I will try to catch up tonight. Thanks for all of the great blocks and giveaways.

  10. Niki says:

    It took awhile to visit all the new-for-me blogs. Enjoyed the several hours of quilts pleasure.

  11. Lynne says:

    I have popped in to have a look in all my spare moments:-) All the blocks are just wonderful again. I have thoroghly enjoyed both the blogs and the inspirations behind the creating of all these wonderful blocks.
    Thanks so much for bringing this wonderful tour to us.

  12. Janet says:

    Thank you so much for another wonderful 100 block magzine blog tour. It’s so much fun to see the new blocks and here the hows and whys behind the designers inspiration for their block. It means so much more than just buying the magazine and paging through it at home. I spent probably 5-6 hours this week checking out the blogs and commenting. It always energizes me to get into my sewing space and get busy.

  13. Connie says:

    I probably spent about 4 hours and got to visit some blogs that were new to me, thanks so much for the giveaway and fun!

  14. Shannon says:

    Well about 3 to 4 hours. I go to each blocg. If I like what I see then I spend more time there. I have loved every minute of it!

  15. Debbie says:

    I know I spent about 45 minutes to an hour everyday one blog leads to another.. I probably bookmarked 95% of the blogs listed this was a blast. Thank you I was a winner already without winning the magazine. Of course I am still hoping I am a winner……

  16. KrisD says:

    I absolutely love the Little Laundry block! Just adorable! Can’t wait to get my hands on a copy of the magazine. What inspiration!!! Maybe I’ll win a copy before I get one picked up. Thanks for the blog hop. It was so much fun seeing what the block designers came up with and how they came up with them.

  17. It has been an absolutely wild week. I’ve spent about two hours each day on the blog hop, but would love to have had more time to spend. Loved visiting each designer’s page and getting to know them. Again, thanks for a fabulous event! The 100 Blocks blog tour is one of my favorites! Have a great weekend!

  18. Charlotte Dudley says:

    A couple hours. Would like to spend more, but…

  19. Donna Russ says:

    Love the fall colors of the RJR fabrics, the rickrack closeline is adorable, I spent approx 10 hours or better on this hop thanks for it, have really enjoyed it….

  20. Kathy M. Boice says:

    About three and one half hours. Enjoyed every minute!!

  21. Gina says:

    I missed a day, but spent close to 2 hours checking these blocks out. What a great chance to see new blogs and find new favorites to follow!

  22. Carla G says:

    I probably spent a couple hours this week – but I also missed the start of the blog hop. I enjoyed visiting each blog and seeing all the wonderful blocks that were published in volume 4. Thanks for a chance to win this giveaway! :)

  23. Donna Joy says:

    Easily spent over an hour a day looking at the blogs. Couldn’t tear myself away from all the creative people. Gorgeous patterns, fabric and stories and tutorials. Can’t wait to see if I won a magazine, if not I’m out the door to buy one. Sure want to sew several of those blocks. Thanks for the giveaway.

  24. Jennyroo says:

    It was a great blog tour. I probably spent at least 3 hours this week (ack! Don’t tell my boss!)

  25. Judy says:

    I probably spent at least three to four hours on it during the week. I wish that I could have spent more time on it but I was very busy this week. I enjoyed reading the blogs that I did get to.

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