Another Surprise Mug Giveaway!

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Everyone gets so excited when we have a mug giveaway—let’s do it again! Each 100 Blocks mug displays images of all 100 blocks.

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This photo shows a portion of the 100 Blocks that are pictured on the mug.

They’re diminutive and darling! Enjoy your coffee every morning in this quilty cup, all while browsing your copy of Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks Volume 5. The winner of this giveaway gets a mug and a copy of the issue.

Please leave a comment here by noon Thursday, May 3 naming a past QM pattern that you really liked. We’ll choose winners and announce them tomorrow.

Congratulations to Lori S, comment #41, who likes Single Scoop, a Project Linus pattern. She is the lucky winner of an issue of Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks Volume 5 and a mug! Thank you to everyone who left a comment.

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Available while supplies last: Quilts from Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks features 18 smashing projects. This popular issue will WOW you!

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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139 Responses to Another Surprise Mug Giveaway!

  1. Ginger says:

    Love, love, love the blocks!

  2. Maria do Carmo Pezzuto says:

    Eu não tenho nenhuma dessas revistas,mas uma amiga que mora na Austrália,me deu uma colcha que segundo ela iria me acalmar,me contou da revista e falou alguma coisa sobre equilíbrio.A colcha tem uma gama de azuis.eu gostaria de ganhar para me desafiar a fazer os 100 blocos,se der certo fazer pelo menos 10 colchas com alguns projetos.Obrigada.tiacarminhapezzuto@gmail.com

    Translation by Google: I do not have any of these magazines, but a friend who lives in Australia, gave me a quilt that she said would calm me down, told me the magazine and said something about balance. The quilt has a range of azuis.eu would like to win to challenge myself to do the 100 blocks, it works out to at least 10 quilts with some projects. Thank you. tiacarminhapezzuto@gmail.com

  3. wanda says:

    I loved bonnie hunters block, but honestly Idont know if a lot of the others dont try hers.
    i used hers and others in my kitchen valances and table runner.

  4. Jamie says:

    I really like the “Just Chillin’” (number 397) penguin in Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks volume 4 (the purple one).

    I have made placemats using #26 “Twirling Star” volume 1 and I am staring a quilt for my son featuring #276 “Chained Star” volume 3.

  5. Cathy B says:

    Tulip Twist! thanks for the chance! blaukat@hickorytech.net

  6. Dana says:

    I liked the Hip to be Squared quilt. Made up in bright colors, it’s perfect for kids. Thanks.

  7. PhyLLis says:

    I would love one of these mugs to use on my Citrus Cooler table topper That you featured in the November/December, 2010 issue of your fabulous magazine!

  8. Rhonda H. says:

    I don’t know the name of the block but Camille Roskelley’s block from 2009; thanks for chance to win!

  9. Jennifer says:

    Besides every block in the Addicted to Scraps articles, I loved the Christmas Lights mystery – I’ve made 3 of those since the mystery came out and each recipient absolutely loves their quilt. I’ve also enjoyed making the Anita’s Arrowhead quilt – that one is my own cuddle quilt. :-)

  10. Debbie says:

    I love the bonnie hunter blocks.. scrappy is best..

  11. Becky Weimer says:

    My favorite block is Sunday Rose by Chris Hoover, Block #325 from Volume 4. You can use so many shades of reds, pinks and other colors! I can’t wait for Volume 5!!

  12. I love the “Balancing act”, in issue 4.
    It is such cute and simple block to add to charity quilts.

    Debbie

  13. Helen Sadler says:

    I love star crossed. I would choose brown, pink, white and brown/pink combo..

    I love to additional blogs to view the patterns, print and add to my notebook of new projects..

    I live in Lancaster, Texas and have a unique town square. Think it would be nice to have quilters meet on the square and show their projects.

  14. Carol Sc says:

    I enjoy all of Bonnie Hunter’s blocks, but the Ladder of Success pattern, in the last issue, appealed to me so much that I pulled fabrics and have it started. Who can guess, when it will be finished?!!

  15. Lisa says:

    Bull Run Nine Patch is a favorite for me.

  16. Gill says:

    I like Lovebird and Chain Reaction!

  17. MarciaW says:

    May/June 2012 issue no. 145 Page 26-30 I like the quilt Batter Up in an alternate fabric set similar to the color option Monsters in My Room. While not a sports fan, the geometrical design of this quilt is one that draws me to it. It’s one of my dog-eared quilt patterns in QM.

  18. Edwina Brown says:

    That’s a hard question! I love reproduction fabrics and one of my favourite patterns is Around Town by Dawna Baker, but then I have five of the patterns in the March/April 2012 magazine marked for making – lol – I haven’t got enough to do! Bonnie Hunter was showing her mug on her blog and I admired it there!

  19. Nancy Sue says:

    One of my first foundation piecing projects was Goldfish. It was in July/Aug 2005 issue then again in the Quitmaker’s Favorites Spring 2009 issue #19. Soooo much fun!!! Just like the Pepperridge Farm Goldfish crackers….try it…you’ll love it!!!

  20. Carol says:

    My to-do list has Boxes and Bows Christmas Quilt from Nov issue 2011. Just love the colors and the way the boxes look lke they could jump right off the quilt. I would love a fill up my cup with a nice seasonal coffee blend and get to work on my Xmas quilt.

  21. maria says:

    As stitching curves and matching 8 points are not one of my great abilities I’ll have to say that coin collecting is my favourite, as I can adapt this to use my huge stash of leftovers from all my UFO’s especially with the bright colour option, and it will come together quickly.

  22. Leanne says:

    If I went through my back issues I could probably name dozens. I’m still quilting my Secret Window mystery quilt, and absolutely love how it turned out. I made 5 small wallhangings with the Isabelle block from 100 Blocks Volume 1 for Christmas gifts that year, and they were wonderful too. Plus I taught my 9 and 7 year old boys to sew with the Jungle Boogie block from one of the 100 Blocks issues too (at least I think that’s what the block was called). Thanks for great patterns and a chance to win.

  23. Barbara says:

    village sunburst

  24. KT says:

    I love Let Sleeping Dogs Lie.

  25. Jodi G. says:

    What a super hop! I’m enjoying seeing all the great blocks. It’s so hard to pick a past favorite. Boxes & Bows, any block with animals, any block with applique or stars. hehe. It’s impossible to pick just one.

    Thank you for a great giveaway and a chance to win.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

  26. ELIZABETH CROSS says:

    My favorite quilt was one with 4 Kittens under the covers with their paws on top. Don’t know the name but plan to make it again soon,

  27. Judy says:

    I really like Toby Lischko’s Stained Glass Star

  28. Pat V. says:

    I really enjoyed Swirlabout in May/June of 2010.

  29. E. Engman says:

    “Boxes and Bows” from the November/December, 2011, issue really caught my eye.

  30. Amanda E says:

    I made “Flying Fishes” for my dad for Christmas with my own chosen fabrics. It was beautiful! 235 hours later… it was done

  31. Patti Nash says:

    My favorites are always the spring flower blocks. Of course puppies have a special place in my heart to

  32. arlette says:

    Oh geez, I’d die and gone to quilting heaven if I could win this cutie mag and mug, I’d be thrilled :D , but I know, I’m not alone… For one of the blocks, I’d say the one I just made (last weekend): Radiant Heart (226), I have made a bunch of your blocks, but I’m recalling this one…, it’s just gorgeous!!!!, I love all your blocks but certainly I could make that heart again and again <3 <3 <3

  33. LizA. says:

    Bonnie Hunter’s Christmas Lights mystery.

  34. Jannette says:

    My newest favourite is Ladder of Success from the May/June 2012 issue – there are SO many possibilities!!! Love that!

  35. Mary says:

    Anita’s Arrowhead is awesome as well as anything from Bonnie Hunter. I also made the quilt from several years ago that was designed to be made in school colors with the school initials in the middle. Great in University of Missouri colors!

  36. Pat Wade says:

    Tulip Twist Block #165 – It was used in the Tulip Twist
    Quilt pattern in the “Quilts from the Quiltmaker’s
    100 Blocks – Spring 12 Issue. I love that quilt.

  37. Sandi S says:

    I like all the Project Linus quilts. Haven’t made any yet but have been saving all the issues.

  38. wordygirl says:

    I can’t remember the name of it–and my husband is asleep in the room where I keep my copy!–but it’s from the last 100 blocks issue, and it is the little girls’ dresses and shoes, seen from above. I have it “shortlisted” to make for my best friends, harkening back to our Sunday School days together.

  39. Doris Rice says:

    I think my favorite is Judy Laquidara’s block in issue 4 called Ozark Cactus – I think?! – since I’m from the Ozarks of Missouri.
    Of course, to know for sure, I would have to get up out of my recliner and go search for the name and at 10:15 p.m. I’m just too tired and lazy… lol.

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