What does that mean?
We’ve taken beautiful blocks from the first five volumes of Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks and used them in 19 quilt projects for Quilts from Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks, appearing at quilt shops and newsstands today!
Some issue highlights we think you’ll enjoy:
Nancy Mahoney took Cornflowers, block #347 from Volume 4…
…and created the stunning Mexican Sunflowers, a 93″ queen with a border to die for!
Ann Weber treats us to a project made with Buckle Up, block #319 from Volume 4.
She made All Buckled Up, below. I love how the buckles embellish the border!
And how about Martha Walker’s use of Garden, block #363 from Volume 4?
She created the exciting 36″ wall quilt Posy Path, below.
QM readers can’t get enough of Sonja Callaghan. She used Lil’ Matryoshka, block #415 from Volume 5…
…to make 13 Lil’ Matryoshki, below. The soft blue and yellow colors are very attractive.
And one more. Melissa Corry used Gear Works, block #456 from Volume 5…
…to make Shifting Gears, below.
Wouldn’t this be a great guy quilt?! The 68″ x 80″ throw size is perfect for football watching this winter.
And that’s just the tip of the iceberg. This issue has all of these plus 14 more quilts!
See all the projects in this issue in the online Table of Contents.
At just $6.99, a magazine is by far the best value for quilting patterns. That comes out to about 37 cents per pattern. You can’t beat it.
We promised a giveaway to celebrate QM’s Rock the Blocks, so here goes. Please leave a comment here by midnight Wednesday, Sept. 5 for a chance to win this issue. Answer this question: From what you’ve seen, what project in this issue has piqued your interest? We’ll choose 20 (that’s right, twenty!) winners and announce them here.
Please note: There are corrections to the pull-out pattern section in this issue. Please see this post for details. We regret the errors.
Quick Recap: Lots of chances to win! Please leave a comment. Please tell your friends. Please buy Quilts from Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks because you’ll love it!
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