100 Blocks Blog Tour Day 3, Giveaways

Welcome to Day 3 of Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks Blog Tour—and Happy May Day! Isn’t this fun?!

(Note: This post is anchored to the top of our blog. Be sure to scroll down for more offers and giveaways in other posts.)

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We’ve already given away fabric bundles, notions and patterns—and of course, copies of Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks Volume 7. If you haven’t won yet, there’s still plenty of time. Lots of giveaways on the blogs listed below, several at the end of this post, and the Great Big Bundle giveaways on Friday, right here.

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Sneak peek: Red is a Neutral by Emily Carr of Creative Chicks

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We’re pleased to have two industry sponsors join us today.

 

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Please support them at your local quilt shop.

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They’ve sent great prizes for our giveaway bundles. We’ve added more prizes sent by designers appearing in Volume 7. Follow the instructions at the end of this post for your chance to win.

 

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The Day 3 prize bundles look very inviting!

Let’s get you going. Enjoy!

Today’s Featured Designers

  1. Amy Ellis  amyscreativeside.com
  2. Arlene Neely  quiltingwithrabbits.com
  3. Cherry Guidry  cherryblossomsquiltingstudio.com
  4. Melissa Peda  100billionstars.com
  5. Lindsey Rhodes  lrstitched.com
  6. Margie Ullery  ribboncandyquilts.blogspot.com
  7. Dodi Lee Poulsen  sashgals.com
  8. Corey Yoder  littlemissshabby.com
  9. Marcia Harmening  happystashquilts.com
  10. Martha Walker  wagonswestdesigns.blogspot.com
  11. Susan Geddes  quiltersnewsletter.com/blogs/insideqn
  12. Heidi Foltz  handmadebyheidi.blogspot.com

 

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Sneak peek: Buzz Inn by Melissa Harris and Arlene Stamper of The Quilt Co.

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Let’s move to the giveaways. We have bundles and of course we have issues!

 

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Sneak peek: Hearts Around by Marjorie Rhine of Quilt Design NW

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Leave a comment below by midnight Thursday, May 2 and tell us about a quilt project you’re working on right now. We’ll choose winners and announce them here. Good luck!

The 100 Blocks Blog Tour Day 3 winners are: Angelia L. (#227), Stephanie A (#238) and Lynn (#403).

In case you missed them:

Day 1 on the Blog Tour

Day 2 on the Blog Tour

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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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453 Responses to 100 Blocks Blog Tour Day 3, Giveaways

  1. Sue Bone says:

    I am working on an Orbit quilt designed by one of today’s bloggers – LR Stitched.

  2. Pat O says:

    I’m working on my fabric stash right now, in preparation for quilting!!

  3. ELIZABETH CROSS says:

    I am working on a bed quilt for my 9 yr old grand daughter It is a work in progress as I am designing it as I go, I am also working on a small Beach themed wall hanging to which I would like to add Cheryl Lynch’s beach cabana.

  4. TerryH says:

    I’m working on my blue heaven by Bonnie Hunter.

  5. Martina says:

    I am working on a snowmenquilt. Hope to finish till winter starts again,lol!

  6. Cathryn H says:

    I;m currently working on trying to finish off my UFO list. There are several small quilts I’m working on. They are quilted, but not bound. I hope to finish them this weekend.

  7. Rhonda Desgranges says:

    I am currently working on a mini quilt using the embroidered pattern Betsey’s Closet
    in Stitches. Thanks for the chance to win!

  8. Rachell R says:

    I’m trying to finish the machine-quilting for my Starburst QA by Melissa Corry.
    I’m also finishing the binding on my two little “To the Rescue” quilts….finally almost done!

  9. I’m working on a quilt for my daughter who’s a writer using Tonya Ricucci’s “Word Play Quilts” book and a “Comma” by Zen Chic Fat Quarter Tower. Took 20 words including “parenthesis”, “asterisk”, “period” and “poem” and am turning it into a quilt she will ADORE!

  10. Georgie says:

    I’m working on a quilt called Vintage Stitches, a pattern I found in one of Lynette Jensen’s books. I’ve been hoarding it for a couple years & I just found some fabric that matches my “dream fabric” for the project. I’m using a collection of muted shades of beiges, golds, browns, & grays in floral patterns with a cream solid. It is a 12 block sampler with complicated blocks. I’m piecing by machine & hand quilting. Thank you for the giveaways.

  11. Jamie says:

    I am currently hand quilting a lap quilt for my father. Just 25 more blocks to go!

  12. Judy says:

    I am in the middle of machine quilting a quilt I have made for my husband.

  13. Anne H says:

    I just finished three lap robes for my sisters. Each has a central block I found in my mothers things. She made the blocks as pillow tops in the 90′s and never finished them. Too bad I did not find a fourth to keep for myself. Now I am working on some quilts for a cancer treatment center. I am using a Karla Alexander tool and making them scrappy.

  14. Karrie Smith says:

    I’m working on my first baby quilt that uses ties. Thanks for the chance to win! These are the only magazines that I absolutely must have in my collection!

  15. WyoDi says:

    Wow, Day 3 and so many teaser blocks!! Thanks Quilters!!

  16. I know it is unconventional and many of you may laugh or scoff. But my Aunt passed away recently. She was a seamstress from long ago. She made things from baby Jammie’s to suits and wedding dresses. She was my inspiration and helped me pursue my love of sewing. I’ve been away from home a long time but she told my cousin upon her passing to give me her sewing treasures. A serger, thread, hand cut patterns and tons of fabric. Lots of polyester. Lots of quilt tops almost finished. She cut out and sewed while undergoing cancer treatments. I plan on finishing all those pieces and give to my family for Christmas this year. I literally have my job cut out for me. Next year I will start planning beautiful fabric like you show here. But now it’s time to give back.

  17. I’m working on making a small wall hanging with civil war fabrics. I’m trying to master making really small 3 and 4″ blocks.

  18. Ellen says:

    I am working on a machine embroidery quilt that has a train track embroidered on it. and then also working on another embroidery quilt with chevron strips between the blocks for a new baby in the family.

  19. Janice Huddleston says:

    I’m looking forward to making some of the blocks from the new 100 blocks book. I’m going to use some batiks. This looks like so much fun!!

  20. Carol W says:

    I’m finally quilting a lovely scrap quilt that’s been a finished top for several years. It’s bright multicolor prints, with solid black and white on white prints as neutrals.

  21. Mara Cockman says:

    I’m working on a scrappy circles quilt. Gotta love using those scraps. Verdict’s still out on how I feel about circle. Lots of fun to cut with the Olfa circle cutter (what a fun toy). I’m just a little nervous about how the sewing will go. This is my first attempt with circles and those curves are a little intimidating. Wish me luck! And thanks for the giveaway!

  22. Kaye says:

    I’m working on a quilt made with squares from left over fabric from sewing clothes. The different fabrics bring back lots of memories.

  23. Patti says:

    I am in the final stages of finishing up a tee-shirt quilt for my husband. When my Step-Father died, it really impacted my husband a lot. They became very close in a very short period of time. We moved him and my Mother closer to care for her during her terminal illness, and it was during these short 10 months that they grew close. My Dad was most comfortable in tee-shirts and shorts. He said it was his Florida outfit. When He passed, I wanted to give my husband something that would honor my father and to help him heal from the loss, thus the tee-shirt quilt, so I took his favorite ones and put together a labor of love. Putting this together has also helped me heal.

  24. I just finished a quilt top for my soon to be, grandson. It is a simple irish chain style with some fun blocks.

    Debbie

  25. Angele says:

    I just finished a mystery quilt and have to quilt two and make a baby quilt for my future great niece . So lots of work but fun work that I enjoy and helps me relax.

  26. Pamela R in Leaburg says:

    I’m finally quilting (on my long arm Millie) a friendship quilt with blocks from 2007! Yep, I’m right on top of things…

  27. Sallie says:

    I’m doing applique on a round robin quilt. Thanks for the giveaways!

  28. Joy says:

    I’m currently making placemats. I paper pieced a different flower for each one…I’ve got them about 2/3 quilted.

  29. Bonnie says:

    Tonight I sewed the binding on three baby quilts for a abuse shelter and Ronald McDonald house.. I have three lap quilts quilted waiting on binding, one on the frame and 5 more waiting to be quilted these will go to a nursing home and two will go to the Cancer institute for the patients there…

  30. Becky Hall says:

    I’m selecting fabrics for a Bonnie Hunter workshop at my guild in a few weeks.

  31. SewCalGal says:

    I’m working on a hexie project.

    SewCalGal
    http://www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

  32. Pam from CA says:

    I am working on a couple of Block of the Month projects!

  33. Carla G says:

    I’m working on a coin quilt right now. Then onto either a hst quilt or a squares quilt. :)

  34. Sally H. says:

    I am working on an appliqued and pieced quilt. I love the combination of the two. I also finished a flannel quilt top with appliqued hearts today!

  35. WyoDi says:

    I just completed the deer from Quiltmaker’s PatchPals series. I altered the reindeer to a Muley/Whitetail. But, now it seems that it needs to be enlarged to a twin size! It will be WIP for a while longer.

  36. Bonnie says:

    I am working on a spring table runner in shades of green and purple.

  37. kathy says:

    I am ready to roll over the fleece backing and stitch to the front of my “Healthy and Happy” fruit and vegetable patterned “H” block quilt for a lap quilt for my mom in a care center. I even used different themed backgrounds in some of the blocks, i.e. kids in the watermelon “H”, birds in the strawberry “H”, etc for interest.

  38. Annie says:

    I’m working on a paper piecing project, Technicolor Snowflake, designed by Linda McGibbon.

  39. Jenny says:

    I just finished my very first quilt – a king size bedspread for my aunt! I delivered it today and she loved it. I can’t wait to start my next project!

  40. Karen McManus says:

    At this time I am working on two wall hanging projects using Batiks. One has three different size star blocks and another that is a star within a star. The other is the Contrary Husband block. Each project is using a huge variety of Batiks.

  41. Tania says:

    I’ve just started on the Farmers Wife Quilt Blocks, 11 blocks down, 100 to go! I’m paper piecing them…wish me luck.

  42. Denise says:

    I am working on a fabric paperdoll with lots of dresses to fuse to flannel or batting so they adhere to doll. Have never done this. Hope it works.

  43. Bridget says:

    Right now, I am quilting a baby quilt with stars and another block. I can’t remember where I got this pattern from. It is a top that I finished long ago and I am now just getting around to quilting. I am happy with how it is coming along. Just the two borders left to do now.

  44. usairdoll says:

    WoW! Looks like I’m not alone in having lots of projects going on, hehe. I have several projects and classes. Each month, three embroidery BOM projects, one of which is Leanne’s House, two quilting BOM, one of which is Women of Courage, two hand piecing quilts and our quilting group, 7 Stitches, is making a baby quilt for one of the member’s daughter who is expecting this summer.

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

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

  45. Lori-Lyn Dunn says:

    I have made over 240 quilts- but only own 2. Most are comfort quilts for cancer patients. My husband just recently had thyroid cancer and now wants a quilt. So I am working on the Lucky Star by Atkinson Designs out of Oriental fabrics, that I will keep.
    He doesn’t believe he will get to keep this one.

  46. JillB says:

    I have two in progress. I am actually making my first bug jar quilt for my 4 yr old great nephew… not too interesting, but lots of fun. This comes after 5 great nieces’ quilts.
    Months ago, I quit smoking and to break the habit, I took boxes of scraps and just kept ironing them and cutting them into strips. Now I have begun paper piecing them into string blocks. I actually miss my alone time out on the deck more than the nicotine, but I am going to be proud of this quilt when completed!

  47. Nancy says:

    I am in the process of finishing quilting my youngest son’s high school graduation quilt. It is bitter sweet! I am happy to see him going off to college, but boy am I going to miss him.

  48. Beth T. says:

    I’m working on wall-hangings–my first-ever reverse applique, and a long-neglected Civil War repro mini.

  49. Christine Bowens says:

    I’m working on a wallet that I’m quilting for my mom for mothers day. Would love to win.

  50. Maureen says:

    Thanks so much for a chance at the give-away! Right now I’m working on a sampler quilt for my sister, a Dear Jane quilt, & trying to finish up a bunch of WIPs!

  51. Jeanann M. says:

    I am working on making 75 mm flowers for my quilt guild’s “Fall Invitational.” Each participant will receive one as a gift from the guild.

  52. Nancy Myers says:

    I am sewing my scraps together to make large pieces of fabric. I am making a quilt for my daughter’s dog with the scraps.

  53. Linda B says:

    I am working on decreasing my stash–LOL and I am doing my first paper pieced project–I am really enjoying the challlenge–feels like I am working backwards!

  54. Haydee Davidson says:

    I’m currently working on an “American” red white and blue quilt as well as the block of the months for the “American Homefront” book of letters and blocks. Really looking forward to Vol 7!! :)

  55. Shirley V says:

    I am working on my first quilt. The pattern is called “turning leaves” and was published a few years ago in Quiltmaker magazine. I am using batiks, and so far, I have done all the applique and piecing by hand. I have several, well, more than several, quilts patterns in my “want to make” file.

  56. Ruth Alf says:

    I am currently working on a butterfly quilt and finishing up a double Irish chain quilt. Other projects in the works include some table toppers. It would be so wonderful to win Vol 7!

  57. LeeAnn says:

    I am just starting Jodi Barrows Pony Express quilt. Since it went close to where I live, I thought it would be fun to do!

  58. Diantha Howard says:

    I am currently hand quilting my first bed sized (twin) quilt – a friend had started to piece the blocks, but then lost interest. I finished the top (adaptation of Courthouse steps), and am about half way through hand quilting.

  59. Wendy says:

    I’m finishing up a quilt for my son and his future wife. They are getting married in July. Just have to get the back together and send it to the quilter. Then….I will be starting a baby quilt for new grandson due in June. I have to get busy!!!

  60. Lavonna ZWB says:

    I am currently finishing 2 quilts. The first is a quilt with crazy quilted heart blocks with sashings of variegated pink to purple and has crazy quilted borders. I just need to get the binding on it and then it is done! The next one is a quilt for the It’s for the Birds Blog Hop. I have finished the center and am working on the birdhouse borders now. Needs to be done by next Thursday. Aack! No pressure.

  61. Karen W. says:

    I’m ready to quilt and bind a lap quilt for charity. Then I will begin a coneflower wall hanging.

  62. Beth Vilsavk says:

    I am working on my granddaughters graduation quilt! She picked the colors, purple, black floral, and turquoise I paper pieced the block from a Fons and Porter Christmas quilt! I am loving it, just hope she does!!!

  63. Laura N says:

    I am working on two different BOM from Stitchin’ Heaven – Dancing with the Stars and Tyler Rose Parade.

  64. Jackie C says:

    I am currently taking a borders class at my local quilt shop so I’m designing that one myself and working on a Twister Tool quilt for a wall hanging.

  65. Joan says:

    I’m making a friendship quilt for a coworker in lots of bright batiks.

  66. Hi…. estoy aprendiendo con una máquina de coser nueva que tiene incorporadas trabajos en quilt…estoy muy entusiasmada con esta técnica…. estoy trabajando para una bandeja de desayuno…gracias a uds. por esta oportunidad que nos otorga para ganar…. thanks a lot….. greetings from Chile

  67. Cheryl B. says:

    I am making a baby quilt from Bee in My Bonnet Barn Along. I’m only making 4 blocks. it’s turning out really cute!

  68. Brenda J. says:

    I am part of a small group that met at a quilt camp and planned a swap before we left. We are swapping flying geese every month until we go back to camp next winter and sew them all together into tops. The new friends, the scrappy block variety, and the monthly surprises are so much fun! Thank you, Quiltmaker, for the opportunity to win!

  69. jmniffer says:

    I’m making a lap quilt out of fall colored batiks for my Mom. I’m looking forward to the weekend for some quality sewing time.

  70. Barbara Anderson says:

    I am working on wild purple quilt for my 6 year old granddaughter! It has embroidery blocks of her favorits embroidery designs, patterns, stripes, prints, etc. that she responded to. It is amazing because she picked it. It is very eclectic and fun. Best of all its cramed with love.

  71. Roberta Miller-Haraway says:

    Designing a quilt with stars and bear paws is keeping me busy.

  72. Lou Brewer says:

    I am working on a quilt for a 7 year old boy whose family home burned one morning as he was getting on the school bus and he saw it happening. They lost everything. A group of women I quilt with and I decided to make quilts for the parents and the 3 young boys. Mine is for the 7 year old who loves sports. I’ve used a number of fabrics in my stash and it is ready to be quilted now.

  73. Marian says:

    Last year two different ladies gave me a huge stash of materials. One lady was cleaning out her stash because she can no longer see well enough to quilt, so I helped her clean out and came away with 10 bags to sort out, keeping 2 x 6litre rubbish bags of materials for myself. The other lady was gave me a 30litre rubbish bag of assorted scraps. Heavenly!! Some of the fabrics in this bag is the same as fabric I have had in my stash of over 15 years. So I have used some of these scraps, some blocks from an online scrap group challenge I am in and some scraps from my own stash to make my first scrappy quilt. Although I had to buy material for sashing. It is coming along quite well, if a little slowly.

  74. Laura G. says:

    Right now I’m gathering fabric for a thirties pattern. Finding the right color green is becoming a problem. I am also in the process of quilting a modern throw/baby quilt.

  75. Nancy Angerer says:

    I am in the process of collecting signatures for a friendship quilt. We will be moving from Illinois to Alabama the end of the month. I decided to make a quilt which I will call “Remember Champaign/Urbana.” After living in a college town for 52 years, many people who have touched our lives have moved away and some have died. I have decided to write their names myself. This is going to be a real work of love for me and a good way to bring closure to our time here.

  76. Lynda says:

    I’m working on a cathedral windows, long process but I love the look.

  77. Theresa Litz says:

    I’m trying to finish up Bonnie Hunter’s mystery quilt, Easy Street.

  78. Heather says:

    It’s not so “quilty” but I’m hurrying to get some flags made for the “To Boston With Love” initiative planned and organized by the Vancouver Modern Quilt Guild.

  79. Kathy O in GA says:

    I’m working on several hand projects while I attempt to re-do my sewing areas. Then I plan to get back to my quilts from Bonnie Hunter’s classes at the Williamsburg Event last year! Most recently I finished piecing a My Blue Heaven of Bonnie’s, but I haven’t quilted it yet.

  80. Dortha says:

    I am working on a split four patch baby quilt. It is turning out very pretty.

  81. Alex says:

    I have just taken a break from cutting blocks for an HOUR GLASS patterned quilt. A friend is working on one now, too. Our “sew day” is this Saturday. We get together to sew and lunch! What fun!

  82. Lauren aka Giddy99 says:

    I’m paper-piecing a queen-size quilt for my dad, out of Parson Gray fabrics using a Fresh Lemons pattern. :)

  83. I have 3 table runners that need to be pinned, quilted and bound and also a queen sized quilt that needs pinned, quilted and bound. I have also started a miniature paper pieced project and a pieced butterfly quilt top using 2 charm packs.

  84. Laura says:

    I’m working on Bonnie Hunter’s latest mystery quilt, Easy Street. All of the blocks are assembled – I just need to get my rows together. Bonnie’s mysteries are always so much fun!

  85. Debbie H says:

    I’m making a quilted case for my Kindle. Thanks!

  86. Gale Yawn says:

    I’m working on Lazy Sunday mystery quilt by Bonnie Hunter, which is appearing now in Quiltmaker Magazine. I’m also working on binding the last 5 quilts I finished and several small charity quilts.

  87. Julie in WA says:

    Working on church graduation quilts right now…one has a car theme and the other a sports theme.

  88. Steph says:

    I fell in love with Triangle Toss from McCall’s Quilting – May/June 2012. My version is big bright prints on a black background. But I also have a couple of graduation quilts to finish in the near future…

  89. Fran M says:

    I am currenting working on a 3d log cabin in black, white and lime green center square.

  90. Susan Henyon says:

    Right now, I’m trying to finish a piece for the Quilt Alliance. I’m also working on the TQS’s BOM. So much to do, the back only cooperates some of the day :-) Chunking…

  91. Jennifer says:

    I am working on Diary of a Quilter’s Virtual Quilting Bee. I am just learning to quilt and this has taught me so much–and it’s fun! Thanks for the chance.

  92. LJ says:

    I love these 100 hops!! So many blocks, so much enjoyment!

  93. Nancy says:

    almost finished with a batik quilt, and I doing the Craftsy block of the month also making with batiks, they are my favorite.

  94. Janine Huisjen says:

    Right now I’m working on a landscape quilt from a photo I took last year. I’m using techniques I learned from Ruth Mc Dowell, using freezer paper templates and piecing the quilt like a puzzle. It’s taking me a long time but I’m learning a lot as I go.

  95. Kim says:

    Right now I am working on a hand project….A coffin paper pieced scrappy quilt. Whew….it’s a lot of stitching!

  96. Mary Frakes says:

    I’m finishing up a mystery quilt. Still trying to decide which layout to choose.

  97. Pam says:

    Right now I’m selecting fabrics for two baby quilts that I will need this summer, and I am sewing a scrappy nine patch bed quilt. It’s the first scrappy nine patch I’ve done and I am liking the blocks that are appearing. :)

  98. Teresa Naylin says:

    Just picked up Salmon Run by Steve Marquez in a quilt shop in Astoria, Oregon. It is a beautiful reproduction of canning labels that went on the cans of salmon shipped around the world in the 1890′s.
    Probably a wall hanging… Or, maybe a throw. Oh I love the design process :-)

  99. Jinnine Pearce says:

    I have just finished the top of a quilt I made using two Moda scrap bags of jelly roll strips.
    It has a geometric lay out so was a bit of a challenge to rearrange so I only used the fabric in the scrap bags. Now the borders and quilting decisions to be made.

  100. Brenda Cornell says:

    I am working on Stars for a New Day by Sue Garman. It is a huge project and I am out to the 2nd from last set of borders.

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