25 Giveaways: QM Rocks the Blocks

 Today’s the day this special issue from Quiltmaker appears on newsstands.

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We’re giving away 25 copies today.

Quilts from Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks, Fall ’14

We’ve taken designs from Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks and created new quilts. The patterns are in this great new issue—19 of them! The issue is $6.99, so that’s a lot of bang for your buck.

We call this giant giveaway celebration “QM Rocks the Blocks,” because that’s what we do in this issue. We rock those blocks! We always knew that the block designs would serve as springboards to great quilts. We love putting together these issues twice a year!

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Lavender Lattice by Patti Carey for Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks Volume 9

Patti Carey took Lavender Lattice from Volume 9 and created a beautiful Christmas quilt.

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Christmas Lattice by Patti Carey. Fabrics: Northcott.

Christmas Lattice is shown in fabrics from Northcott. This twin-size beauty is just in time for the holidays.

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Hawaiian Morning by Jo Moury for Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks Volume 9

Hawaiian Morning by Jo Moury for Volume 9 became…

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Dancing Pomegranates by Jo Moury. Fabrics: RJR Fabrics and Weeks Dye Works wool.

Dancing Pomegranates. It’s an opportunity to try your hand at easy, attractive wool applique. Creative Editor Paula Stoddard wrote a great tutorial for how to applique with wool. Have a look! The fabrics are from RJR Fabrics and the wool is gorgeous Weeks Dye Works yumminess.

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Snow Days by Paula Stoddard

If you want to start a little smaller, how about Snow Days? It also features wool applique from Paula. Cute cute cute holiday quilt!

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Spring Tulips by Nancy Mahoney for Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks Volume 9

What happens when you take a beautiful applique block like Spring Tulips

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Tulip Tango by Nancy Mahoney. Fabric: Northcott.

…and set it on point with sparkling stars? You get Tulip Tango! Nancy Mahoney is a prolific designer and her traditional quilts are always marvelous. Tulip Tango would be a joy to work on this winter. I might hand quilt this one. The fabrics are from Northcott.

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Martha’s Basket by Martha Walker for Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks Volume 8

Martha Walked used Martha’s Basket from Volume 8 to make Tuscany, below.

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Tuscany by Martha Walker. Fabric: Studio E Fabrics.

I love those baskets. The fabric was designed by Martha for Studio E Fabrics. Martha’s business name is Wagons West Designs.

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Sewful Things by Diane Harris

I’m partial to this quilt because I designed and made it. It was the quilt where everything went wrong (blog post to come) but I love the result. Sewful Things is perfect for any quilter and her sewing space. I started with I’m Sew Happy, below.

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I’m Sew Happy by Diane Harris for Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks Volume 9

Here’s a dramatic transformation based on recoloring a block. Lerlene Nevaril revamped Starry Pinwheels, below.

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Starry Pinwheels by Lerlene Nevaril for Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks Volume 9

Her twin-size Shabby Chic is soft and feminine. It could easily become a guy quilt with different fabrics! Shown in Moda fabrics.

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Shabby Chic by Lerlene Nevaril. Fabrics: Moda Fabrics.

That’s not all! Take a look at the others.

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These quilts will be featured in a blog post later this week. Kind of makes you want to run out and get the issue, doesn’t it?!

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We’re giving away 25 copies today.

Let’s get on with the QM Rocks the Blocks Giveaway! For your chance to win one of 25 copies we’re giving away, please leave a comment before midnight Wednesday, Sept. 3 and tell us which of these quilts you’d start on first. We value your feedback! We’ll randomly choose 25 winners and announce their names here. Twenty-five winners have been chosen and notified by email. They are Becky H, Kathy L, Debbie Y, Sue S, Hardenburg, Paulene, Jean P, Michele, a different Michele, Alicia, Barb J, Susan H, Jill T, Dee L, Rosa, Elisa P, Elaine, Charlotte M, Judy L, Pamela R, Gill, Alice C, Gertruda H, Debi and Jane H. Congratulations!

If you don’t win, please pick up this issue on the newsstand or from quiltandsewshop.com in print or digital editions.

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How about some purples to jump-start your projects?

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10″ Squares Pleasantly Purple from Keepsake Quilting

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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746 Responses to 25 Giveaways: QM Rocks the Blocks

  1. Gretchen Riggs says:

    I love “Spring Tulips”. I am not ready to think of snow or the holidays. This is a great magazine and so many blocks to try.

  2. I guess lavender Lattice…but I’d like them all…I am a quilter…what can I say….the stash is large but the day is short !

  3. Charlotte Henley says:

    My favorite is lavender lattice.

  4. Linda Love says:

    Love these issues. This looks like a great one!

  5. Jodie says:

    Great blocks this time around. Quite the variety

  6. Dot Casey says:

    I would love to and will make every block in the book, they are all awesome.

  7. Lenore says:

    I just love this book and would love to win a copy. Not sure if this book is sold in Australia but I will check stores today. Just love the patterns especially the Christmas one. Love all your work.

  8. rosa says:

    Congrsts to all the winners .I’m one of them!
    A big dance has been done .Thanks you for hhosting.

  9. Gorgeous blocks and so many to choose from. It would be wonderful to be one of the 25 winners. Thanks for the special giveaway.

  10. The Spring Tulips or the Pinwheels blocks are what I would start with, as they are just beautiful. Thanks for doing this special giveaway of a magazine filled with stunning quilt blocks = a special treat for the 25 winners.

  11. Cheri Sedgwick says:

    Love them all but would have to pick one to start with.

  12. Melanie V says:

    Dancing Pomegranates would be first on my list!

  13. Debbie D. says:

    If I don’t win it, I’m buying it because I love the block from the xmas themed piece! Stunning!!!

  14. Dorothy Carter says:

    Beautiful quilts! Always interesting to see the quilts. Sometimes a block that you don’t think too much about just blows your mind when you see it in a quilt!! Inspires me to be more adventurous.

  15. Margaret Terry says:

    Love that lavender lattice block with those colors. So creative.

  16. Sonia says:

    They are all great. I liked the christmas theme.

  17. Shari Kersey says:

    I would start on Shabby Chic, or I’m Sew Happy.

  18. Mari Midlin says:

    I’d be so happy to sew “sew happy”!

  19. Jeanette Gilbes says:

    Hmmm I wonder if I could make all of these?
    Personal challenge?

  20. Wendy says:

    We might be heading into autumn then winter, but I really like the Spring Tulips block. If I start it now (after winning the pattern [holding thumbs]), then it could be finished in time for next spring.

  21. Lisa B says:

    My first quilt would be Shabby Chic – I love it!

  22. Julie D says:

    Love the quilt made from the Delta Star Rising Block. Would be fun to choose some dramatic colors. If the cut off is Pacific and I make it, I’d like a paper copy of the mag if I win.

  23. Pat D says:

    These blocks would keep me busy the entire winter!

  24. Loriann Fish says:

    I would start with “Sewful Things.” I need a cute wall quilt for my sewing room.

  25. Emi Ishino says:

    Thanks for the giveaway!

  26. LJ says:

    Gorgeous quilts. I do love the sewing thread, button, thimble one.

  27. Julie Smith says:

    I would start with “Hawaiin Morning” first.

  28. Fran Daoust says:

    I hope the cutoff was midnight Pacific time. I love, love, the circles in solid fabric quilt. Thank you,

  29. Caryn says:

    Love the new ideas! I love Snow Days and the Sew idea quilts!

  30. Kathy Garringer says:

    Sew ful things!!

  31. Elaine says:

    Sewful Things-absolutely!

  32. Elaine says:

    Shabby chic would be the start but not the end. Beautiful blocks!

  33. Julie B. says:

    I think I’d start on snow days!

  34. Susan Hanna says:

    I’d like to start on Dancing Pomegranites. Looks like fun!

  35. Anna Hutchins says:

    Would have to be Spring Tulips love, love those colors

  36. Abigail Dolinger says:

    I’d start on “Snow Days,” since I adore snowmen and the Christmas season.

  37. Lupeta Mahoney says:

    Christmas Lattice, I’m sucker for Christmas fabric.

  38. C Self says:

    I think it is time to get started on some Snow Days.

  39. Becky R. Humble says:

    That is a difficult decision, but I think it would be Lavender Lattice! I really enjoy this magazine!

  40. Donna W says:

    Hard choice, but I think my first would be Dancing Pomegranates.

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