Quilt Block Giveaway: Don’t Call Me Betsy

Today we have another adorable quilt block to give away as Quiltmaker’s Parade of Homes continues. We’re celebrating our Sept/Oct issue which has a house theme.

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Freebie on our Parade of Homes page!

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Freebie on our Parade of Homes page!

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Freebie on our Parade of Homes page!

You’ll find all of the freebies shown here on our Parade of Homes page. Please check it out and scroll down on that page so you don’t miss anything.

 

 

 

Today I’m happy to feature Elizabeth Dackson from Don’t Call Me Betsy. Elizabeth has a great new class on Craftsy that I know will resonate with QM readers called Start Free Motion Quilting.

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Get Elizabeth’s class for half price and learn to free motion quilt.

Elizabeth has kindly provided a link whereby you may purchase the class at half its regular price of $29.99.

 Quilt Block Giveaway: Dont Call Me BetsyYou’ll get nine detailed lessons for $14.99 and you can’t beat that. I’m going to take the class myself!

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Today’s giveaway features the quilt block Elizabeth made from Lori Holt’s Home Sweet Home pattern, which is found in Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks Volume 8.

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Win this quilt block in today’s giveaway!

Elizabeth’s block is just terrific—one of my favorites. See how the fabric in the windows has little scenes of what might happen inside a house? Does it get any cuter?!?

This block would make a great medallion at the center of a little quilt. The design is also featured in the cover quilt of the issue below, on newsstands now. The quilt is called Parkview Lane.

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Lots of great quilt patterns inside!

For your chance to win Elizabeth’s block and a copy of our Sept/Oct issue, leave a comment below before midnight Friday, August 22. We’ll choose a random winner and announce it here next week. The winner is #7, Michelle.

Be sure to visit Elizabeth’s blog for another giveaway!

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Visit our Parade of Homes page for freebies!

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Lori Holt’s original Home Sweet Home block from Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks Volume 8.

The Home Sweet Home block pattern is in these places:

Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks Volume 8 in print or digital, $6.99
• The book 200 Blocks from Quiltmaker Magazine, $26.99 (contains all of the blocks from Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks Volume 1 and Volume 2)

 

 

 

 

 

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Quilty Giveaways

There’s still time to get in on these giveaways!

Helen Stubbings of Hugs ‘n Kisses is giving away a fabric kit along with her very useful applique paper to make this house block. Don’t miss it, visit Hugs from Helen.

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Win the block below and a copy of our Sept/Oct issue by visiting yesterday’s post.

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This block made by Carrie Nelson of Miss Rosie’s Quilt Co. is up for giveaway today.

And in case you missed it, we’ve just posted our Back to School materials list with a gray-scale diagram and a line drawing.

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Check it out so you can sew with us starting Sept. 8.

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Back to School: Hip-Hopscotch Quilt

Quiltmaker is having a Back to School Party and you’re invited! Come sew with us!

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Each day from Sept. 8 to 12, please join us here on Quilty Pleasures for a free quilt pattern in bite-size morsels plus tips to make it successfully and more fun and surprises.

The idea of the Back to School Party is to celebrate fall with a fun, easy new project. You’ll find camaraderie, guidance and inspiration each as we work on the quilt together. (Of course you can tuck it away to make later if you can’t sew while the party is happening.) The quilt is called Hip-Hopscotch; it was designed by Janice Averill.

We knew you’d need some time to gather sewing supplies so today we’re sharing a diagram and photos of Hip-Hopscotch along with the yardage requirements. The grayscale quilt diagram below is keyed to the fabrics in the yardage further down.

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Hip-Hopscotch is a 48″ x 60″ throw.
Each block finishes at 6″.

You can have some fun with fabric placement in this design. As soon as we have photographed the eight quilts our Back to School team has made, we’ll post photos for further inspiration. You’ll love all the possibilities.

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In the meantime, here’s a line drawing of the design. A line drawing has only the patch outlines. You can often see new shapes you didn’t see when the values were in place. Playing with line drawings is so much fun! Get a printer-friendly line drawing to play with.

We’ve put together a materials list that is keyed to the gray-scale quilt diagram above and below. Remember that your values do not have to match those in the diagram. For example, you can make the fabric that is shown as black be lighter in value if you wish.

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I would encourage you to shop your stash to make this quilt. What’s better than a quilt for which you don’t need to buy any more fabric? The line drawing will come in handy as you look at the fabrics you have on hand and decide on a color/fabric recipe for your own version.

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To help you plan your own quilt, if you wish, download and print the fabric chart below. Customize it by plugging in your own fabric choices.

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We’ll give you the first step of Hip-Hopscotch construction on Monday, Sept. 8. During the party you’ll also get to meet our team of reader-sewers, and we’ll have daily doses of learning. Plan to take photos of your quilt along the way so that we can share them with everyone and multiply the fun. I’ll see you at the party!

 

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Quilt Block Giveaway: Miss Rosie’s Quilt Company

Hasn’t it been fun to see what different designers did with Home Sweet Home? If you’ve been following Quiltmaker’s Parade of Homes, you’ve seen several so far.

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Today another block is up for giveaway. This one was made by Carrie Nelson of Miss Rosie’s Quilt Co. Read more over at Carrie’s blog, La Vie en Rosie.

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 Quilt Block Giveaway: Miss Rosies Quilt Company This block made by Carrie Nelson of Miss Rosie’s Quilt Co. is up for giveaway today.

I really like this block. Carrie took the liberty of adding curtains to the windows—with polka dots to boot.

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And see the tiny little house numbers she added? Just adorable! I like the circular window she put in the front door, too.

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One of the best things I saw at quilt market in May was Carrie’s Little Bites patterns. They’re designed for using 2.5″ squares, which means you can use 2.5″ precut squares, or you can cut 2.5″ precut strips into squares. Very efficient!

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The small quilts these patterns make are unspeakably cute, as are their names: Slice, Scintilla, Trace, Titch, Ort, Whit, Grain and Sample.

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See all of the Little Bites patterns on Carrie’s retail site.

 

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We recently posted a new free quilting motif on the Parade of Homes page called Cozy Cottage. Pop on over there to get it, okay? It will look great on any quilted house project.

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This block made by Carrie Nelson of Miss Rosie’s Quilt Co. is up for giveaway today.

Now for the giveaway: For your chance to win Carrie’s house block and a copy of our Sept/Oct issue, leave a comment before midnight on Wednesday, August 20. We’ll choose a random winner and announce it here. The winner is #7, Diane H.

Remember to stop by Carrie’s blog, too! Always something fun going on there.

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 You might like these house quilts, too!

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Won’t You Be My Neighbor?

 

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Free Scrappy House Quilt Block

 

 

 

 

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Fresh Fall Quilt Patterns

Quiltmaker’s Sept/Oct issue is hot off the press and it’s full of great quilt patterns. If you love pieced quilts or applique quilts, traditional quilts or something from the modern quilt world, you’ll find projects here. This issue is available on newsstands now, or may be purchased from us in print or instant digital format.

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Who doesn’t think of pumpkins in the fall? Pumpkins & Patches features funky stars and traditional piecing.

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Pumpkins and Patches is patterned in the Sept/Oct Quiltmaker.

Our version is bright yellow, orange, purple and green, but it would also look good in darker, more serious colors.

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Try Pumpkins and Patches in a more serious color scheme.

Looking for a little boy quilt? Just Plane Fun fits the bill. I’ve always loved airplane quilts, and the red propellers are a nice finishing touch.

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Just Plane Fun appears in Quiltmaker’s Sept/Oct issue.

Get a time-saving kit and you’ll be finished in a flash.

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Home Sweet Home pattern appears in Quiltmaker’s Sept/Oct issue, on newsstands now.

This issue has a house theme, and Home Sweet Home kicks off that idea nicely. The chain-with-stars that makes its way through the houses is a clever twist on a traditional quilt design. These houses could also be made in a variety of fabrics for a wonderful scrap quilt.

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Kitty Corner is available as a time-saving quilt kit.

Cat lovers, take note of Kitty Corner. This fabric won’t stick around forever, so our time-saving kits are the way to go. This quilt is mostly borders so you’ll be finished in a flash. This quilt makes a great gift for the cat lover in your life.

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You’ll find all of these and more in Quiltmaker’s Sept/Oct issue. On newsstands now, or in print and digital formats on our shop site.

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Quilting LIVE! Please Join Us

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Quilting LIVE! Event in Atlanta Sept. 11–13

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Quiltmaker Content Director Carolyn Beam will be at Quilting LIVE in Atlanta come September. I asked Carolyn to tell us more about this terrific event.

Q: What excites you most about Quilting LIVE! coming up in September?

A: It’s a great opportunity to meet and interact with our readers and other quilters and to share our magazines with them. There will be time for getting acquainted with all the great things happening at Quiltmaker.

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You can learn Fold and Sew firsthand at Quilting LIVE!

Q: Tell me more about what you’ll be doing there.

A: I will be demonstrating pieced hexagons in our booth, leading a Make and Take session on our popular Fold and Sew technique, leading a Quilt Walk featuring quilts from our latest Quilts From Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks, giving a stage presentation called “Patch Pals on Parade” and visiting with quilters.

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Sly Patch is one in our collection of Quiltmaker’s Patch Pals. Many of the Patch Pals will be on hand at Quilting LIVE!

Q: Who should attend Quilting LIVE?

A: Anyone who loves quilts and quilting. There will be so much to see and do in addition to the extensive array of specialty quilting retailers from across the country for your  shopping pleasure!

Won’t you make plans to join us in Atlanta Sept. 11–13? We’d just love to see you there!

Quilting LIVE!

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Parade of Homes Quilt Block Giveaway

Quiltmaker’s Parade of Homes continues today with another quilt block giveaway.

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Win this house block made by Helen Stubbings in today’s giveaway. Fabrics: Red Rooster Fabrics.

This Home Sweet Home block was made by Helen Stubbings of Hugs ‘n Kisses. Helen hails from Hobart, at the very bottom of Tasmania, which is an island state at the very bottom of Australia. The fabrics are her own Basically Hugs and others from Red Rooster Fabrics. Helen has a giveaway on her blog, too.

She used applique and embroidery to add her unique signature to the design. I love it!

helenspaper Parade of Homes Quilt Block GiveawayHelen has a unique product you’ll want to check out called Applique Paper, which she used for the applique on her block. Applique Paper by Hugs ‘n Kisses is a water soluble, single-sided, semi-transparent paper for glue stick applique, needleturn applique, English paper piecing, foundation paper piecing and temporary stabilizer. The paper is printable on an inkjet printer. A package has 20 sheets sized at 8.5″ x 11″.

Read more about Helen’s Applique Paper.

We’ve enjoyed publishing Helen’s block designs for Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks. Here’s an example from Volume 8 called Fairy Floss.

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Fairy Floss by Helen Stubbings for Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks Volume 8. Fabrics: Red Rooster Fabrics.

Just as a reminder, the Parade of Homes and block giveaways are to celebrate our Sept/Oct issue, which has a house theme. We asked 12 quilt designers to make their own unique versions of Lori Holt’s Home Sweet Home block. You can see them all in the issue, or by following the Parade of Homes posts.

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Now let’s give Helen’s adorable block away. Please leave a comment by midnight, Sunday, August 17 for your chance to win. Tell us briefly about your own experience with embroidery and applique. We’ll choose a winner for Helen’s block and a copy of the Sept/Oct issue of Quiltmaker. Visit Helen’s blog for another giveaway. The winner is #30, Wanda.

Be sure to visit the Parade of Homes page for freebies and fun!

 

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Great Scrap Quilt Ideas: Louisa Robertson

The Quiltmaker Scrap Squad is a select group of six QM readers who take one pattern from each issue and make scrappy versions of it to inspire others. You can see slideshows of past Scrap Squad projects—great scrap quilt ideas!

QM scrap squadB3 Great Scrap Quilt Ideas: Louisa RobertsonToday we’re sharing Louisa Robertson’s version of Magic Stars from the Sept/Oct issue of Quiltmaker.

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Below is the original quilt, designed by Janice Averill and made in fabrics by Sweetwater for Moda Fabrics. If you don’t have this issue, you can get a digital pattern for Magic Stars instantly.

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We named it Magic Stars because the stars appear with a little hocus pocus—you don’t make stars at all.

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This is the block. When several are set side by side, you get stars, just like magic.

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Louisa Robertson is from Merritt, British Columbia in Canada.

Louisa, who hails from Canada and therefore spells a few words differently, shares her quilt story below.

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Stars in circles – what fun!

What fabrics might work with this? My shelf of green fabrics was overflowing, so I decided it would be green plus something. I tried all sorts of combinations but kept coming back to a traditional Christmas palette of reds, greens, and golds.

I used fabrics in these categories:

• Greens: A narrow medium range for the centre blocks, and a wider range for the             border

• More greens: Darker, for the chains between the wreaths and in the border.

• Reds, golds and mixed whites for backgrounds.

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These are some of the fabrics that “made the cut” from the stash.

The “two triangles make a rectangle” unit in this quilt is what gives the effect of the lovely curves. This unit is deceptive because the diagonal seam line seems to be in the wrong place. They aren’t right in the corners the way they’ be on a half-square triangle. As soon as you sew them to another patch, you can tell they were right on target!

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The seam line does not go straight to the corner until AFTER the seam allowance is taken up.

I cut these long triangles using the Tri-Recs tools.

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I was careful to get triangles slanting both directions.

When we are careful to trim the pieces using the shaped tip on the triangle tool, the pieces line up correctly, as if by magic.

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That tiny shaped point helps us match the pieces precisely.

Assembing the units was challenging. The  block we construct is not what we see. I kept mixing up the pieces, so finally I composed the quilt on the design wall.

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Laying out the rectangle units

I made all the units – pieced rectangles, half-square triangle units and squares, and put them in place.

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Adding the triangle units

 

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Fitting in the border pieces

When I had the pieces on the wall I could decide on fabrics for the centre of the flower.  Since I had only two small pieces of the “glow-y” orange batik fabrics, I did not cut into them until I was sure of the pieces I needed. There was just enough to cut the 20 squares, although I did have to piece one of them.

As I assembled the blocks, I found, as usual, that my stitch ripper got plenty of use!

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Something wrong here, too.

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Lots of potential for getting pieces the wrong way!

 

 

 

 

 

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The centre of the quilt contains blocks made according to the pattern.

 

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A chain of 4-patches and scrappy greens make a built-in border.

 

 

The rest of the quilt is made of edge blocks.

 

 

Sashing strips are pieced of five squares each. A border made up of another row of squares extends the design.

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Quilted with a holly and poinsettia panto and bright thread. There are some very old fabrics here (and some new ones)!

Binding: Should it be red? Dark green? Medium green? Gold? I decided on medium green with a red accent – influenced only slightly, I am sure, by the fact that I already had a stack of red strips the correct width, cut for the little Four Patches, then set aside because I made design decisions as I went and decided to make those dark green instead.

 

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Christmas Wreath

Christmas Wreath is 63″ square. I finally have the Christmas quilt I’ve always intended to make but never did, because I usually get an inspiration in December, and that is too late!

I love my quilt. I realize, however, that some of the stars got lost along the way. I might have to make another version of this. Let’s see, I think I have a bit of fabric somewhere…

 

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Nancy Mahoney’s Quilt Block Giveaway

I’m pleased to feature Nancy Mahoney today on Quilty Pleasures. It’s likely you’ve heard of Nancy. She’s a prolific designer and quiltmaker, a best-selling author for Martingale, a fabric designer for P&B Textiles (love those Urban Classics), and one of the truly nicest people in the quilt industry.

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We always look forward to getting Nancy’s latest design for Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks. It’s always something wonderful!

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Emerald Isles for Volume 7

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Spring Tulips for Volume 9

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Dancing Dahlias for Volume 8

 

 

 

 

 

See what I mean? Today’s giveaway is for Nancy’s version of Home Sweet Home, below.

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Nancy Mahoney made this house block, which is up for giveaway today.

Isn’t this a happy house? The yellow in the windows feels a little like sunshine!

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Register now!

Nancy has an upcoming web seminar that I’m really looking forward to. “Mastering Color for Traditional Quilts” is something just about anyone will benefit from! The online event will be Tuesday, Sept. 16 at 11 am, but you can also watch it at your convenience. At less than twenty dollars, you’ll get a lot of bang for your buck during this hour with Nancy! Read more.

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Nancy Mahoney made this house block, which is up for giveaway today.

You’ll want to visit Nancy’s blog today, too. Let’s have a giveaway. For your chance to win the quilt block made by Nancy Mahoney, leave a comment by midnight Friday, August 15. We’ll choose a random winner and announce it here. The winner is #17, Barbara Woods.

Be sure to visit our Parade of Homes page for freebies and fun!

 

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Parade of Homes: Kimberly Jolly Giveaway

Another adorable house block is up for giveaway today as Quiltmaker’s Parade of Homes continues. Today’s block was made by Kimberly Jolly, proprietress at Fat Quarter Shop. (Visit the Jolly Jabber for another giveaway!) The giveaway has ended.

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Home Sweet Home block by Kimberly Jolly is up for giveaway today!

Our special event celebrates the Sept/Oct issue of Quiltmaker, which has a house theme. See the house quilts!

cover350opt Parade of Homes: Kimberly Jolly GiveawayWe asked 12 quilt designers, including Kimberly, to make their own unique versions of Home Sweet Home, a block designed by Lori Holt for Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks Volume 8.

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Block made by Bonnie Hunter

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Block made by Gudrun Erla

 

 

Aren’t they wonderful? We’ll be giving away all 12 blocks so please come back often during August.

Kimberly and the gang at Fat Quarter Shop have a great new book out. Fat Quarter Style features 12 quilts in four sizes. Some are traditional, some are modern, all are beautiful!

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I especially enjoyed the how-to section. I saw some binding tricks I’m going to try on my  next project! You can find out much more during their current book tour.

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Home Sweet Home block by Kimberly Jolly is up for giveaway today!

Let’s have a giveaway! For your chance to win Kimberly’s block and a copy of Quiltmaker’s Sept/Oct issue, please leave a comment below by midnight on Thursday, August 14. Tell us if you shop for quilting supplies online (if you don’t, you’re invited to quiltandsewshop.com and to fatquartershop.com). We’ll choose a winner and announce it here. The winner of these items is Freda, comment #11.

Please visit Kimberly’s blog, the Jolly Jabber, for another giveaway and lots of great quilty posts! The giveaway has ended.

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Get Quiltmaker’s Sept/Oct issue with its house theme and other amazing quilt patterns.

 

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