100 Blocks Blog Tour: Day 2, Giveaway!

This is Day 2 of Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks Blog Tour.
Welcome back!

We’ll give away six more copies of Volume 8 today so
please read to the end for instructions to enter.

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Wasn’t it fun to visit the designer blogs yesterday? They’ve got so many great ideas. I hope that creativity is percolating in your head. I hope it leads to an itch—to stitch!

Two more sponsors are with us today and they’ve sent prizes.

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Handi Quilter provided sets of quilting DVDs: Sitdown Longarm Quilting Volumes 1 to 4 and Free-Motion Machine Quilting for Beginners. Sounds like a whole machine quilting education! Click Handi Quilter’s logo to go to their blog post for a 100 Blocks magazine giveaway.

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Moda sent fabric bundles for blog tour prizes. Wouldn’t it be fun to add these to your stash?

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Moda bundles for giveaway!

 

Let’s preview a few more blocks from Volume 8 of Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks.

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Ruffled Feathers by Jennifer Oden

pin it button 100 Blocks Blog Tour: Day 2, Giveaway!Jennifer Oden sent us Ruffled Feathers, above. Nothing unhappy about that block!

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Posies by Lynda Howell

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Snow Star by Sandy Harris

pin it button 100 Blocks Blog Tour: Day 2, Giveaway!Snow Star is by Sandy Harris. I can imagine this in so many different fabric combinations.

Have I aroused your appetite? Well then let’s go visit some designer blogs!

Today’s Featured Designers

  1. Margie Ullery
  2. Cyrille Zellweger
  3. Monique Dillard
  4. Jo and Kelly Kramer
  5. Mary Andra Holmes
  6. Melissa Corry
  7. Marcia Harmening
  8. Barbara Cline
  9. Sue Marsh
  10. Anne Marie
  11. Denise Russart
  12. Jessie Kurtz

For more chances to win, visit today’s Participating Sponsor:

What a day! Now let’s have a giveaway of Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks Volume 8 right here. Please leave a comment below by midnight Wednesday, Nov. 13 and tell us whether you’re a beginning, intermediate or advanced quiltmaker, or somewhere in between.

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The winners of the Day 2 prizes are: Jodi Guerrero, Chris Poehlman, Marianne Jefferey, Maureen Mate, Margaret Andrews and Pamela Thompson.

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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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734 Responses to 100 Blocks Blog Tour: Day 2, Giveaway!

  1. Julia Priest says:

    I consider myself a beginner quilter even though I have made several quilts. Quilting has consumed me to the point that think about it all the time and can’t wait to get home from work to work on a project. I also enjoy exploring quilting websites and magazines.

  2. sandra pipitone says:

    I’m a beginer with experience!

  3. Sandy A in St. Louis says:

    I would say that I am an intermediate quilter, except when it comes to applique. There I am a beginner, but am working on it! :)

  4. Sandra Ham says:

    I am a beginner, retired and love to read, try to quilt, and crochet a little.

  5. Lois Ruley says:

    I am an intermediate quilter and enjoy learning new things with each quilt I make~

  6. Susan Lee says:

    I am a confident intermediate quilter. I love these 100 Block magazines!

  7. Pat Spiegel says:

    My quilting is somewhere in between. Some days I feel like an advanced quilter, but usually intermediate. Thanks for the chance to win. I love your publication.

  8. Diane Gidley says:

    I would say that i am intermediate, whilst i am still learning new techniques in the quilting world and i am at times astounded by the quilt blocks that are shown in the magazines supplied by other quilters. They always look professionally completed.

  9. Jennifer Reed says:

    I am definitely a beginner, but I enjoy every minute my family allows me the time to create beautiful creations !!!

  10. kathy says:

    I, too, consider myself an intermediate quilter, others may not!! Either way I really appreciate the skill rankings given with each quilt design in your magazine. Kathy

  11. Alice M says:

    I would say intermediate, still have a lot of techniques to learn.

  12. Linda Erickson says:

    I’m one of those Intermediate/Advanced people….
    thanks!

  13. Maxine says:

    I have just discovered this blog, lucky me. I would consider myself a beginner, willing to challenge myself. Starting to collect my “stash” of fabric. Looking forward to all the quilts to come!

  14. I’m a beginner, learn a lot from blogs and you tube would love to win.

  15. I guess I’d call myself an advanced intermediate quilter. But there are so many techniques I haven’t tried! Maybe I’m more of a beginner after all.

  16. Rose says:

    Always look forward to the tour. I see myself as an advanced beginner. Thanks for a wonderful magazine and the chance to win.

  17. Debra says:

    I consider myself an intermediate quilter. There is still much room for improvement! I just hope to live long enough to complete all my UFO’s as well as all those projects yet to be started!!!

  18. JudiC says:

    Definitely a Beginner

  19. Chris P says:

    I think I’m an intermediate quilter in both piecing and quilting on my Handiquilter. Having the Pro-Stitcher makes me seem as though I am an advanced quilter with all of the digital patterns that are out there. Love that machine.

  20. Robin Mundell says:

    I just purchased a new sit down machine and this would be a great way for me to get my quilting skills started.

  21. Kelly Cline says:

    I would day intermediate.

  22. Joyce Carter says:

    I have been doing hand quilting for a long time, but I don’t think of myself as advanced. I guess I will say I am between intermediate and advanced. Thanks for the giveaway.

  23. Thea Hardcastle says:

    I am a beginner at quilting. I have been sewing forever. I would love to win.

  24. Julia Mavity-Hudson says:

    I guess I am an intermediate quilter.

  25. Maryellen says:

    I think intermediate, as I still need to do paper piecing, but I’ve conquered some difficult blocks, and do my own FMQ. Good blocks today!

  26. Betsy Rodgers says:

    I guess I would say I’m somewhere between a beginner and intermediate quilter. I have sewn all my life but only been piecing quilts for a short time. I’m still trying to get up the never to try to quilt one myself.

  27. Penny R says:

    I think I am an intermediate quilter but maybe if we asked my long arm quilter, she would tell you something different. After all, she sees everything I do, both good and bad.

  28. Michele Fetter says:

    I’m an intermediate that is just a newbie to paper piecing. I love that new challenge. Been quilting six or seven years and treasure the friends I’ve made along the journey.

  29. Elizabeth Heggem says:

    I’m an intermediate to advanced quilter and love to learn new techniques:)

  30. VickiT says:

    I have read and studies a huge amount of info about quilting so it’s hard to judge where I think I might fall. I think in practice as I’ve not made a lot of quilts, I’d guess probably an advanced beginner, but in knowledge probably more in the intermediate category.

  31. Mary Ann says:

    I think I’m an intermediate quilter.

  32. Janet Frank says:

    I would say an advanced quilter. If you’ve been doing it for 25+ yrs, I guess that would be advanced.

  33. Vickie Miller says:

    Probably think myself an intermediate quilter but willing to try anything

  34. Karlene says:

    I would say I’m somewhere in between. Always looking forward to learning something new.

  35. Julie LaDuke says:

    I am advanced intermediate. My quilting skills have grown the quickest when I am able to teach others. That is just how it goes!!!

  36. Susan H says:

    I would say I’m in the intermediate range. Give me a pattern and I will change something. Give me a sewing machine and I’ll try anything. So much quilting so little time.

  37. Debbie Yarbrough says:

    I am all, I have my days when I want easy, then days I want to be challenged. I never have one quilt in the making.

  38. Denise says:

    I would say I’m an intermediate quilter. Enough experience to know what not to do, not quite enough to know exactly what to do.

  39. Mel Meister says:

    I’m between intermediate and advanced.

  40. Cecilia says:

    I would have to say that I’m an intermediate quilter, although there are times I still feel like a beginner.

  41. Audrey says:

    I would say I am an intermediate quilter though I challenge myself with advanced piecing and layouts. Believing learning is a life long experience, I am always up to learning a new technique or skill. I love the Snow Star block featured today. Lots of secondary design potential. The blog tour is great.

  42. I think I’m pretty proficient, so somewhere between intermediate and advanced. I try to learn something new with each new project

  43. Megan Griffith says:

    I like to call myself an over-confident beginner – I am a beginner but I seem to have a habit of biting off a little more than I can chew!

  44. Sharon says:

    I’m a beginner quilter. I really love Denise Russart’s Splash block!!!

  45. Donna Joy says:

    Probably still a beginner, I am learning so much from all the blogs. Thanks so much for the giveaway.

  46. Ronda Morrow says:

    I’ve been quilting for 40 years, I’d say I am an intermediate…always learning and improving. thanks for the opportunity to win!

  47. Tami Chaulk says:

    I’ve been quilting just a little over a year, so I guess I am still pretty much a beginner. However, I’ve been sewing for about 50 years. My mother taught me when I was young as she was a seamstress and wanted me to learn. I guess I’m sort of bordering on being an intermediate.

  48. Rebecca Schmitt says:

    Well, I’ve been sewing for quite awhile, but I still feel like a beginner quilter. I still have challenges getting my blocks to come out straight!

  49. Maureen says:

    Hmmm, I guess I’m an intermediate quilter. Nothing scares me away…I’ll try anything! Thanks for a chance at the give-away.

  50. Laura Rist says:

    My daughter taught me how to quilt about two years ago and I haven’t stopped quilting since. I’ve even taken her quilting further by free motion quilting. Love, love, love it!!

  51. Linda Christianson says:

    I think of my self as advanced until I see some real detailed quilts. Love the Moda fabric and I love my HQ16. Still learning on my longarm.

  52. Deborah DeBerry says:

    I feel like a beginner, because I have so much to learn. My friends at my quilt shop say I am more than that! In some ways I hope I will always feel like a beginner, so that I retain the eagerness to soak up so much shared knowledge and use it in my meager projects.

  53. Susan Blumenshein says:

    I’m a beginning quilter but I’ve sewn all my life. My first quilt was a picture I designed for my dad’s hot tub room. It has since faded but not my love for fabric! Would love to win.

  54. Frank says:

    I’m a beginner . Thanks for the giveaway!

  55. Sandy says:

    I’d say I am an intermediate quilter. Love the Snow Star block!

  56. Debbie H says:

    I’m a beginner. Thanks for the giveaway.

  57. Judy says:

    I have been sewing most of my life but when it comes to the actual quilting part of a quilt I am just a beginner.

  58. Ann Flower says:

    I’m intermediate to advanced piece quilter, a little above beginner where applique is used. A good hand quilter. Not so good at machine quilting so I send the tops out to others with better skills than my own.

  59. Patty M says:

    I think that I will always call myself a beginner!

  60. Pamela Reim says:

    I’d say advanced in applique; intermediate in long arm and piecing (dislike piecing intensely :) )

  61. Patty M says:

    I think that I will always consider myself a beginner!

  62. Kathy Gruwell says:

    I am an advanced quilter. My Gramma started me off at a young age and I’ve found comfort and solace in piecing, applique, etc. ever since. Now I’m in my 50′s I love the chance to share with others.

  63. Melisa says:

    I am an intermediate working on renewing old skills in piecing with new ones on a longarm. Love the ruffled feathers block with the beautiful batiks!

  64. Mary DeBrunner says:

    I am an advanced quilt top maker but a beginning machine quilter. Prefer quilts that are longarm quilted. They add such beauty!

  65. Jackie C says:

    I have only been quilting for a year now, so I’m really still a beginner, but I’m quickly becoming intermediate…love learning and trying new things.

  66. Robin says:

    I would call myself a beginner quilter!

  67. Susan Brooks says:

    I think I’m intermediate, non sewers think I’m advanced. Non-sewers also think you should make them a quilt.

  68. teri says:

    An intermediate quilter

  69. Edna Kidd says:

    I am a beginner to intermediate quilter. But I love all the beautiful quilts..

  70. I would say I’m an intermediate quilter. Thanks for the chance to win.

  71. Loretta T says:

    I am advanced but still learning new stuff all the time!

  72. mary walker says:

    It comes and goes- have a lot of ufo’s but do enjoy piecing!

  73. Julie says:

    I am in between intermediate and advanced. Hoping to make the advanced list at some future date. Great blocks in this magazine again. Thanks for the opportunity.

  74. pat says:

    I have been a subscriber of quilt maker for a number of years now; and I love the patterns. I’ve taken lots of classes and have made many quilts. my most difficult was the double wedding ring. I made it for my in-laws for their 50th wedding anniversary. they loved it.

  75. Debbie says:

    I’m a self taught quilter, and I’ve only made small quilts. So, I consider myself a beginner quilter.

  76. Randi Roten says:

    I am an intermediate quilter but plan on increasing my skills this year to the next level.

  77. an mostly beginner , but i have made 20 something quilts

  78. I think I am an advanced beginner, I have been quilting for 18 mths but still have sooooo much to learn!

  79. Fayzer says:

    I am somewhere in-between. I am enjoying the blogshop.

  80. Fayzer says:

    I’ am enjoying the blogshop.

    I am somewhere in-between.

  81. Mary Jo says:

    I am an intermediate piecer and just got a Sweet Sixteen machine so as a quilter, I am a beginner! I need all the quilting help I can get!!

  82. Debra Alexander says:

    love this. it is awesome to have places like this that you can connect with others who have the same passion for quilting i do.

  83. Donna says:

    I’m an in between quilter. Some days I feel a beginner and other days I feel like I can do anything. (lol)
    Blog tour has been so much fun.

  84. Rae Ann Partridge says:

    I’m a beginner quilter. I can’t get enough of these blocks. I’m going to make the Ruffled Feathers quilt. Please pick me to win!!

  85. frances boston says:

    Beginner who is enjoying this site.

  86. Becky Smith says:

    I’m probably an advanced beginner.

  87. Deb G. in VA says:

    I think I’m an intermediate quilter. Thanks for the giveaway!

  88. Karyn Ashley-Smith says:

    I’d have to say I’m somewhere between an advanced beginner and an early intermediate. LOVE this publication! Thank you so much for the chance!

  89. Rachell R says:

    I would say I’m an Intermediate. I’m self-taught with a lot of techniques, but I still have lots to learn and try, too.
    reillyr2(at)hotmail(dot)com

  90. Mary Arline Smith says:

    I am at an Intermediate level of basic quilting. Mary Arline

  91. Ann Dunn says:

    I think I am an intermediate quilter…I know the basics and am now interested in attempting more complicated designs.

  92. Pam Atkins says:

    I am an advanced quilter and would love to add this great book to my collection! I am loving all the blocks I have seen so far, especially the little RV.

  93. Beverly says:

    I’d have to say am intermediate to advanced quilter. I just spent the day cleaning up my scrap pile into usable sizes. now I just need to find a quilt pattern to match.

  94. Jennifer says:

    Eager beginner here! I’m waiting for my new sewing machine as we speak. The new Singer 5 in 1. Can’t wait to get started!

  95. Sandy says:

    Beginner with regards to actually quilting – especially machine quilting. Advanced in sewing technique itself — been sewing since I was 9. Maybe Intermediate in Design. : ) But I’m learning a lot here!

  96. Delwyn Rickard says:

    Enjoying this bloghop, thank you. I’ve been quilting for 20+ years and still learning, so guess I’m ‘Intermediate’.

  97. Betty Woodlee says:

    I’m a intermediate quilter and a beginner longarm quilter.

  98. Mary says:

    Depends on technique. Appliqué I’m a beginner….piecing and longarm quilting pro!

  99. Judy trott says:

    I am an intermediate quilter…love the magazine

  100. Cathy Anderson says:

    I’d have to say am intermediate to advanced quilter. I do like the featured blocks today…so nice

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