Monday, November 11, 2013

Quiltmaker Magazine Giveaway!



I'm so happy Babylock and Quiltmaker asked me to be a part of the latest issue of Quiltmaker's 100 Blocks magazine!!!  In addition to my own little giveaway here, Quiltmaker is having a fantastic blog hop and giveaway to celebrate so be sure to check out all the fabulous designers and great prizes from each of the 60 designers blogs plus some sponsor blogs all week long, with two giant prize package giveaway on Friday! 


This is my block, Squared!!!  Isn't it cute????  I love rainbows and squares so I put my two favorite things together to come up with this!  Oh, and if you really want to see something embarrassing  check out my video for Quiltmaker HERE

 For a chance to win a free copy of the latest 100 Blocks magazine just leave me a little comment here!  Maybe tell me your favorite pattern, favorite workout song, or something to make me laugh.  :)  It's up to you!  I'll leave comments open until 8am CST on Friday, November 15 then randomly select a winner.


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jezebel said...

oh snap I'm the first comment! Right now I have two jams... Wings by Macklemore (I blast it on the way to the gym in the morning) and Team by Lorde. Hope I win!

Linda E said...

First blog hop. First comment. First winner????

Sigrid said...

I am always amazed at the new blocks that show up on Blogs. Thanks for showing us yours.
My favorites are log cabin type blocks/courthouse blocks and pinwheel blocks.

Sherry Von Fumetti said...

Gosh, I can't really say I have a favorite block. That's why I love this book to help me decide on what suits my mood at the time. svonfumetti(at)yahoo(dot)com

Emily said...

I love your block. How about a mildly inappropriate joke? What did the doctor say to Vanna White?

When was your last vowel movement?

Anonymous said...

I loved the stars quilt on your blog!!!! It is beautiful!!!!

Connie said...

What a neat block!! I haven't met a block I didn't like!!

Jane said...

My favorite blocks are the many variations of Carolina Lily. Love your block! What a good way to use all those brights from a Amish sampler.

Quilt Hollow said...

SOLIDS?!! I've got quite a stash and am thinking perfect block ... Easy enough without getting bored!

Anonymous said...

Love the Starry Eyed quilt.

Karen said...

I like your block! I'm usually more of a traditionalist but I could see myself using this block.

Sheri Wonderling said...

Today I think about all the vets and those who have been in battle to protect us. My heart sings for anyone able to do quilts for their local Veterans Hospitals and to those that served us with honor.

cjj said...

I have a 100 fat quarters of Fairy Frost that I could use with the 100 blocks book. That would work, maybe.

teachpany said...

Congrats on the block in the magazine! Any country music can make me dance. Have a great day!

Julie said...

Great modern block. I will never get all the quilts on my bucket list completed.

therese Jayasuriya said...

I love all the blocks. Amazing I do want to make almost all. I think I am going crazy with this magazine. I love the star quilt specially very beautiful great work!!!

Deborah DeBerry said...

My favorite is nine patch with half square triangles and quarter square triangles. The laugh I give you is me as a winner! Have a great day.

Dawn Frisch said...

Kelly,
Love your block by the way... the colors are fabulous and so bright and cheery! Happy quilting!
Dawn
array-dawn@cox.net

Deb Peterson said...

Thanks for the give-away. Really like the block. I'd love to try it with batiks.

Madeline said...

I would have been the first commenter, but my computer fell offline, and I had to reboot! What frustration!

Terry@ a quilting blog said...

What a pretty block…love the colors you chose!! Thanks for sharing :)

Shelor Robin said...

Really like your block--I know that it's not collecting dust, like your degree!! :-)

Laurie Parrack said...

What a cute block. Love the colors. Congrats on being chosen to be in the magazine. I love collecting the 100 Blocks magazines.

dweezil said...

I love your little square....or big square.... or medium square...it could be made any size!

Diane E W said...

Favorite WORKOUT song???? Really there is such a thing? (Okay that was to make you laugh) I do like to listen to Alan Jackson, Reba, Brooks & Dunn when I'm working out on my longarm. Love this book, if I don't win one guess I'll have to buy one.

Debbie said...

CONGRATS ~ great block! I love hexies ~ so many wonderful ideas, so little time to sew.

Gill said...

Congratulations - I love your block!
I love anything with squares!

Barb said...

I look forward to seeing all the blocks.

sarah said...

Favorite blocks are granny squares and sawtooth stars!

Anonymous said...

Love your quilt, Kelly. So versatile in choice of colors and arrangement of blocks. Thanks for sharing.

Crystal Pomatto said...

I don't have a work out song, because I don't work out. I am too busy sewing. I don't have a favorite block yet I am new to quilt making but I do really like making jelly roll quilts.

Cindi said...

What a great way to use all the beautiful solids that are out there now!

Amy's Crafty Shenanigans said...

Fantastic block - wish I had it for my month as bee queen last month - it would have been perfect! I can totally see an entire quilt with it - yum! Fav workout song? That'd bee I got a feelin' by Black Eyed Peas.

Jayne said...

I love your block! I'm a color junkie! I don't have a favorite block. My style is more free-form, but I do throw in some more traditional blocks to keep me 'square'!

Catherine Remus said...

It is "hip" to be square!

Carrie P. said...

great block. I am always looking for ideas to use solid fabrics.
Congrats on your block being in the magazine.

Adrienne Dold said...

I don't have a favorite block--unfortunately, I like them all...too many projects, too little time!

KaHolly said...

I love your block. I'm more of a traditonal quilter, but I've been admiring these modern blocks a lot more, lately. Congratulations for having a block in this issue.

Becky (My Fabric Obsession) said...

My favorite pattern is always the one I'm working on right now! Currently i'm doing Julie Herman's Chopsticks and an exploding lonestar with no pattern. Cool block design, congrats!

Jenny said...

oh kelly, that was a cute clip! i love log cabin blocks.

Lisa said...

I love traditional blocks...or so I've thought but I'm beginning to love contemporary ones too!

MissM said...

I love any and all blocks. Always looking for something new.

Flying Blind... said...

Work out song? Oh F-off!!!!
Cute block, and fun video xxx

Karen Caves said...

Newer to quilting, so just trying to master some basics....working on a Pinwheel pattern using half square triangles today. Net hanks for offering!

Lori Hageman said...

Wow! Amazing colors! Definitely looks three dimensional. Good thing this isn't Sunday morning 'cause my Saturday wine consumption would make viewing this one really fun!

Darlene Jacolik said...

I love fabric and all things related. My sewing room is overflowing. I keep saying I need to sew what I have, but keep seeing more things I love.

The Village Queen said...

very fun block, looks easy too. I guess that's my favorite type of block, one I can make without fighting with it. I kinda suck at piecing! Thanks for the chance!

Joan H. said...

I love your colorful modern looking quilt block. I have always liked log cabin designs but am appreciating the bright and new designs more and more each day.

Connie Wood said...

New to Blog Hopping. Hope I win!

linda said...

Thanks for participating and sharing. Learning a lot and more if I can win a copy of the latest 100 Blocks magazine.

Love the colors you use for a cheerful quilt.

JANET said...

So many quilts, so little time! Your square is perfect for some scrap squares I have sitting around. Guess I better get started.

Anonymous said...

I love to see what new blocks have been created. So much fun - only wish I had more time & talent to do them. cwienstroer@amuniversal.com

Kelly Fowler said...

From one Kelly to another..... Love the block.. all the bright colors..... Have you ever looked up the meaning of your name? We are "WARRIORS", strong, fun to be around, very generous and fun to be around.... loyal & protective....
Kelly

Kaye M. tkmattson@hotmail.com said...

My favorite block is Log Cabin and its many variations. Its a fun block to play with because there are so many different layouts that work great!

Jodi - usairdoll said...

Your block is lovely! Great as a stash buster or two colors. It so amazing all the creative block designs. One of my favorite blocks are stars, any and all, hehe. Thanks for sharing!

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

usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

samtaylorcjsmimi said...

I love your block! When I start my fall big housecleaning chore I always have my Christmas carols playing (even if it's only September or October) - especially the ones that are by different artists and are very upbeat!
Thanks so much for the chance to win :)

Carol said...

I really do like that Squared!!! block. I'm thinking I have colors on hand to do it!

Anonymous said...

Thank you for showing the two possible layouts for this block... the construction and various fabric choices make it a doable block for a scrappy quilt.
the gears are spinning.
Kaylace

BlondeNana said...

Great block. I would certainly love to win a copy of this magazine. Thanks for your inspiring blog.

audrey said...

Oooh, I love this block! Awesomeness!

My favorite quilt patterns seem to always have stars. I love paper pieced ones!

Jill R. said...

What a great block! I need to work with solids more often. Thanks for the giveaway!

Mary Arline Smith said...

"Thank you for the opportunity to win a copy of the new 100 blocks!
I love your use of color in your
block...would make a great pillow top for my three year old granddaughter who is learning her
colors and numbers!" Mary Arline

Tabitha Keener said...

I love all of the bright rainbow colors too! Just started quilting and I'm having a blast! Thank you so much for a chance to win, I love learning how to do these blocks and yours is beautiful!

Quiltgypsy said...

My very first blog hop, and I landed on you first. I thought your work looked familiar, then "ah hah!" I know you from Craftsy. This is fun and I love your blocks and quilts. Holly

Kris said...

Home sick today, trying to work on a butterfly quilt from hankies for my aunt. Really enjoying the Quiltmakers Blog tour. I actually made the center block from an older 100 blocks issue.

Peg said...

This is my first blog hop…not sure if I'm doing it right, but I'll give it a shot.

Sandy said...

I love seeing all the different blocks -- such insight into people's tastes and creative bent!

Terry H. said...

Love your block. I have been a very traditional quilt maker to this point but am about to go modern. This would be fun to start with and a whole quilt would be spectacular.

Marie Chat said...

Love star blocks and fun designs, like your colorful squares block. Would love a copy of the Quiltmaker's current magazine!
Thanks!!

Paula said...

Your block is really beautiful! I love the boldness of solids. yum!

Rhonda Green said...

Can't wait to try the flying geese ruler...stopping at Joann's on my way home...lol...

Barbe said...

great block!! it's always a fun week when the newest 100 blocks come out

Julstitch said...

Workout? I thought sewing was my daily workout. It's rock and roll music for me! Love your block- lots of possibilities with different genre of fabrics :).
mathrun1 at yahoo dot com.

Lorri Schuller said...

have a kitty that likes to help quilt- mostly unthread the machine or sit on your lap when trying to hand sew.great helper!!

Mary Arline Smith said...

Kelly, Meant to add my two favorite blocks to first post....
they are "Rob Peter to Pay Paul"
which is the first block I made
and "Dresden Plate" I have a pillow top, handpieced by my
maternal grandmother of "Dresden
Plate", made from cotton fabric
from which her everyday dresses
and aprons were sewn. Mary Arline

Pat Wade said...

I think the quiltmaker shuffle video is one of the funniest things I have ever seen. I mean the dance about going to the quilt store and picking out the fabric. To see a bunch of quilters doing that exercise dance is just too, too funny.

patwade@cxo.net

Becky said...

Thanks for this wonderful block! So many interesting designs with this one! I guess my favorite block is the log cabin block. I love the design possibilities with this block. Again, thank you!

Donna Joy said...

I have to say that I really like your block. You have made some amazing quilts for being as you say new to quilting. Love your fabric choices. Favorite block, is winding way.
Thanks for giveaway, and tonight I am going to try paper piecing for the first time.

Lorna said...

I watched your video. I think chain piecing is great, and can really make blocks be sewn up quickly. You have to be organized, though so not to sew the wrong pieces of material together. Ask me how I know. :)

Margaret Andrews said...

You did great on the video...thanks for sharing. Like your block.

Kiska Stevens said...

Love your block. I'm always amazed at how creative people can be!

wendy said...

I think my favorite block pattern is the swoon block. I haven't made one yet but, I sure do like it!

SoccerMom said...

Darling block! I love your use of color.

Karen said...

There's not a block I don't like, just as long as the sewing machine is humming.

Pam M. said...

I Love the colorful quilts in your blog. They are sunny and happy and just brought a smile to my face. I'm sure this reflects your attitude. Hope this promo works out for you.
Pam

Anonymous said...

My son likes to watch Mommy make "blankets", but he's especially eager when I let him choose the fabric! di_caughill at hotmail dot com

Tonya A. said...

Super cute! I'd bet it would even look cute made with prints ;) My fave block is the pinwheel. Thanks for the chance to win! Oh, and the song my kiddos & I jam to in the car the most lately is "Pumping Blood" by NoNoNo. Bet you can't get through the song without whistling along! :)

Coralee Moss said...

hi, I love the asymmetry of your block and the colours. I can see lots of possibilities with this one. Oh, I didn't think your video was embarrassing at all, I thought you did really well. congrats. Coralee,(Canberra, Australia)

smreusser said...

My favorite quick pattern is a jelly roll quilt, you can add applique, larger borders etc. To make it more individualized.

dcFfLy80wJbYSTL0EVonGf_lvA-- said...

I like your block it reminds me of a baby quilt that I made, but it looks a lot simpler than that mess I made. ll_gee(at)hotmail

Nancy said...

love your quilt, thanks for the giveaway !!

Lisa E said...

"Squared" is awesome. Love the rainbowy goodness of it. I could see supersizing the block and making a baby quilt.

Studio Beis said...

You may call me a little "square", but I love a good "block". Thanks for the opportunity to win. :)

Karen said...

Love the bright colors of your block!
To make you laugh:
The incredible Wizard of Oz
retired from his business because
Due to up to date science
to mos of his clients
he wasn't the Wizard he was.

Tamie said...

I love, love your block. I'd send you a picture of my granddaughters hair and you would laugh (she is only 11 weeks) but look at Zoolander and you will know and yes she was born with that much dark hair!

TheStylishHome said...

Awesome block! Thanks for sharing. I'm off to watch your video (highly doubt it's embarrassing)

Nancy Sue said...

Best lame joke:
Why does a chicken coup have only 2 doors?
If it had 4 doors it would be a chicken sedan!
Ok, move on people….nothing to laugh at here!

By the by…..love your block!

LegacyCustomQuilts said...

Love the colors in your block today!! I'm still fairly new at piecing and quilt most of my own smaller quilts..and I'm having the most fun learning something new every day. Thanks for all the clever new ways to put a block together for a fresh new look.

29820a10-3a35-11e2-8d1d-000bcdcb471e said...

Mostly I have been a traditionalist but I am sure starting to love a lot of the modern designs & bolder fabrics. Your block design has so many possibilities can't wait to give it a try. Isn't that what quilting or sewing is all about trying new things
Thank for such a interesting block.
MaryLou
Fun4Me1249@aol.com

29820a10-3a35-11e2-8d1d-000bcdcb471e said...

Mostly I have been a traditionalist but I am sure starting to love a lot of the modern designs & bolder fabrics. Your block design has so many possibilities can't wait to give it a try. Isn't that what quilting or sewing is all about trying new things
Thank for such a interesting block.
MaryLou
Fun4Me1249@aol.com

Marcia said...

Love you square block - looks easy! Thanks

Dianna S said...

The colorful squares are really nice, I am a new at quilting also. Made my 1st quilt in 2011. It was fun!
diannasmithhart@yahoo.com

kellyn said...

when i'm picking out fabric for my next project, i fancy bold/bright/dramatic type fabics. my kids are listening to this catchy tune "what does a fox say" you can find it on youtube.

Linda Sanford said...

My favorite block is always the one I am working on! I just can't wait to complete the block and see how it turned out!

Karen in Breezy Point said...

Fun block!

Sue C said...

Love the video!!!!

Allison in Plano said...

New to your blog. Great post, thanks for the chance to win. Love your block and peeked at and enjoyed your other quilts. You have an awesome quilter!! Hugs, Allison allon0711@yahoo.com

Emily C said...

I love these magazines. I have a few of the older issues. So much fun to see all the new blocks.

Michele BaDour said...

Thanks for hosting! My favorite workout song will give away my age, but "I Will Survive" by Gloria Gaynor is one that can always get me moving...And I generally do survive the workout :-)

Judith said...

My favourite block would be Shoo-fly. It's so versatile. Thanks for the chance to win.

cathy4001 said...

Like the block...time to get back to business and more quilting fun!!!

Rachell said...

congrats! rainbows are amazing. although my son with autism tends to color everything red! that's why I'm making him a Swoon with a red background, using Pieces of Hope for Autism collection by Riley Blake. it's turning out so much fun!

juceyj03 said...

My favorite quilt block is a log cabin or a postage stamp block.
I would love to get my hands on this book so I have my fingers crossed really tight....hurry up and pick a winner because my poor little fingers are starting to hurt I have them crossed so tight...hehe!
Thanks for the chance, Jessica
juceyj03@gmail.com

Allison C said...

Congrats on the block! I'm all out of funnies today...the only thing I have is that my 3mo old just discovered the TV and will crane his neck to try to look at it when we position him away from it. I guess it is good neck exercise.

ida said...

I like squares and rectangles because they are easier to do and I can make more quilts. Thanks for the great blocks.

Quilting_Chris said...

Thank you to all who served so that I can enjoy the freedoms I have. I love stars or any type and pinwheels. Thank you for the opportunity to visit your blog.

Sandra Pugh said...

I love any block that I can find time to make lots of :)
I've also been looking for some time for a block that I believe is called "bird of paradise" - but I'm afraid I may have to design one.
At any rate... I love your blog!

Carol said...

When quilting till I'm wilting I have difficulty following directions, which results in a completely different design than the original pattern.




sherylb said...

What a fun, easy block! I think it would work with quest to use up all scraps! Thank you!!

Marmalade said...

I am currently having a "quilters block" (like writer's block but for quilters) so I don't have a favourite block right now. I am hoping this blog tour will inspire me!

Maria said...

My first blog hop! A fun distraction during this busy quilting season...

cooneen said...

I have always loved Jacob's Ladder and Wedding Ring quilts. I always love a challenge especially with color.

gloria l said...

I don't have a favorite block, but I find myself being drawn into the modern quilts. Love the patterns and the use of color and fabrics.

Christine S said...

Great block!!

Judy1522 said...

So far my favorite blocks are stars but I haven't been quilting all that long so that could change as I learn more.

Crickets Corner said...

I guess my favorite pattern would be the log cabin as you can alter it in so many ways. I do like how your block is easy to put together but can be switched up to create different designs.

Barb said...

Having a favorite of anything in the world of quilting is next to impossible for me. Today I may be swooning over wonky churn dash blocks, but tomorrow it may be a Baltimore album quilt. I wonder what Squared will look like in prints?

Siobhan said...

Nice block. I love the colors! Love, love your starry-eyed quilt as well! You could tell your hubby that the living room is being turned into a "quilt sanctuary" and that a quilts stained window is required. :)

Cynthia H said...

Right now my favorite new project is City Sampler and I am working it in Purples & Greys. First attempt at a thoroughly Modern quilt for me…..

Anonymous said...

I love the way new designers are looking at blocks. than ks maybe I'll win

Judy said...

My favorite quilt pattern is the one I am working on currently. I do not have a favorite "go to pattern". My current work out music is Christmas music!

Tammy said...

My all time favorite quilts are anything with dresdens or hexi's

Dee said...

Love, Love, Love this block - thank you for your participation

giddy99 said...

Love the block!!! Congratulations!

SueQ said...

My favorite block is one where everything fits together like it's supposed to and the fabrics work together to draw the eye around the block. Your block is a good example--it's good eye candy. It reminds me of the saying that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. It also makes me want to count how many squares are in it, like a puzzle. Great work!

Unknown said...

You have the gift of combining modern and traditional.....it really rocks !!!!

bluebear said...

Oh, I love this block! I'm going to try to make one like it. :-). Thanks!

Connie Cain said...

Thanks for the giveaway

sewgrateful said...

Wow, so many comments already! I thought everyone was out shopping today. Guess not. LOL Thanks for the chance to win. I won't have time to shop if I win this magazine. I'll be home quilting!

Deb said...

I love star blocks!

Vicki B said...

Do you ever piece your quilt backs?

Will Cook for Shoes said...

I'm really loving paper piecing patterns right now!! :)

Quilter In Paradise said...

Surfing on the blog tour while dancing with the stars is on. Hhhmmm. Bare chested well built men....
Ok back to the tour.
Love your block!

Beth in Dallas

April said...

Definitely agree with you about the Quilt in a Day Flying Geese ruler, they work great for me too.

Nancy said...

It would be great to win the new 100 Blocks Magazine. Maybe you will laugh--I sew in the basement and iron upstairs--I call it my exercise routine.

Heather said...

I like your block!! One of my new fave workout songs is The Walker by Fitz and the Tantrums :)

MissPat said...

I love anything with stars!

Lauren said...

I love the HST the best. Your Liberty Quilt is the perfect example of why I love it.

Jeanette DeBruler said...

hope i win a computer is awonderful thing this is my 3rd time trying THANKS for a chance

Shawna said...

Great block! This would be great to use some of my scraps. Congratulations on having your block published! Thanks for a great giveaway.

missmoozie(at)gmail(dot)com

Kerrie said...

Can't say I have a favorite block! I love them all! Thanks for the chance to win.

Belinda Braeuler said...

Oh this block is so cute. Maybe different colors.

~June in AZ said...

As long as a quilt block is made up of thread and fabric, it is my favorite! I would love to win a copy of 100 blocks, thanks for the chance to enter.
June

Pat V. said...

Your block is fab! Congrats on being in this edition of 100 Blocks!

Teresa said...

I'm loving solids right now and I can see doing this block with some hand dyes I have acquired. Can't pick a favorite block , I might hurt another blocks feelings.

Judi R said...

Very different. Nice idea for a gifft to those who prefer the clean lines of modern quilts

Kathy Pfaltzgraff said...

I am happy to be the the end of several UFO right now. Kathy

only1cy said...

Like the simplicity of your solid color block. I think my favorite block is the simple Rail Fence. I taught quilting at my church for several years and the ladies always were able to finish their quilts using the Rail Fence pattern. with that pattern mastered thy easily moved on to more dificult blocks with confidence.

emily kim said...

Your video rocks! Love your block, its so cute! :)
My favourite block pattern is Swoon!

Karen Pryce said...

My favorite fabric is batik so am busy making two more modern style quilts as wedding gifts.

Barbara said...

What a great idea - the blog hop. This is my first hop. I'm looking forward to all the blogs/blocks.

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

I love making table runners. And I've found that the blocks in these magazines are a great starting point. Thanks!

Tari Hammons said...

I love your blog! I had fun reading past posts.
And I love the block you made for the 100 blocks mag. This will be fun to play with color.
Thank you for participating in the give away.

Melisa said...

My first blog tour and I am looking forward to all the new options for all the fabric I keep adding to my collection! Thanks so much for sharing your love of quilting!

Dorothy Ferris said...

Never been on a blog before but I think I may have to join in. I'm missing out on a lot. Love the block and video. Did not care for the grey until I saw the complete layouts on the video. Awesome. TY

Matt and Robyn Conners said...

This is my first quilt blog hop ~ so exciting! Love your rainbow block of blocks. I am new to sewing so I don't have a favorite yet. Thanks for the giveaway!

Kathy Stoessner said...

I like your block since it reminds me of the current rage in modern quilts. Great job.

LC said...

fun block, love the pink and green combos

Claudia Davis said...

Favorite jam? Favorite Block? It's all depending on the mood at the time! Sometimes it's having Rosemary and Thyme playing on Netflix while I quilt! Your colors are beautiful, btw!

Doris Rice said...

Not sure if it's my favorite block but it's on my bucket list of quilts for sure - A Double Wedding Ring!

Hildy Schwarz said...

I love a scrappy pineapple block

Diane Hamilto├▒ said...

Hi, my favorite type of quilting is applique and I love purples and greens together. Thanks.

lotsofteapots said...

Oh goodness. I'm terrible at being witty...

Jess@ One English Teacher said...

Your squares block is really cool and modern!

My favorite song to sing at the top of my lungs in the car if Everybody Dance Now...I know, ridiculous :-)

Stitches said...

I love the Log Cabin block,,,thanks for the chance to win too!!

Anderton's said...

Really cute block and colors. I love the log cabin blocks. So many ways to arrange them. Thanks!

Stephanie said...

I gravitate to clear geometrics and modern lines. This block hits my sweet spot. Thanks so much. Can't wait to try it.

Susan said...

I love creating with geometric shapes that result in stars. I'm also crazy for log cabins (both fabric & wood)! Thank you so much for a chance to win.

HELEN said...

I just ordered the small flying geese ruler. Cant wait to get started!

Helen Bazinet said...

Your block is perfect stache busting with smaller pieces, I love it.

jmt1joy said...

I thought your star quilt in the window looked like a beautiful stained glass window. I would be proud to hang it in my window. We both know husbands are dumb. Don't listen to him.
My favorite quilt block is the pinwheel block. Almost all variations.

Rosalynd Woodfin said...

This is my first blog hop. I am new to quilting too. I love the quilts on your blog!

Norma in CA said...

I love your star quilt. Very bright! Looks like something I would do!

Cat said...

I can't pick a favorite quilt block since it would change daily depending on my mood. I guess that I just love them all.

abeullah said...

I think your block is cute. I'm definitely a Motown girl, showing my age, lol. Love to sing and dance with the grandbabies

Sewbig said...

Log Cabin with its variations, is my favorite.

Cindy Lowder said...

Thrilled to see another Babylock Symphony owner who loves, loves their machine! So much fun to FMQ! I am both left brained and right brained, and love both traditional and modern quilting. What an addiction! And is it really possible to have a favorite block?! I could say the same about favorite color or ice cream flavor. I could never answer those questions!

Gunilla said...

My favouriteblock is a modern classic: Swoon by Camille Roskelley. Love it!

Steph said...

I love pinwheels. But I've been having a lot of fun just playing with scraps lately -- strings & stuff.

Marly said...

Nice block you've made, and you've achieved some interesting color juxtapositions. I need to be more daring; thanks for the example.

WYO Di said...

My favorite block is the Log Cabin; your block reminds me of that type of foundation!

Kathy Griffin said...

I think you did a great job in the video - I know how hard it is to show something and keep talking at the same time. I've done some training webinars on using software and had all kinds of things go wrong including one computer deciding it should commit suicide while I was using it.

Ellen said...

Like the modern look of your block.

Louise said...

I love your block...it would be great for scraps.
I really like the traditional schoolhouse block, but have yet to make one.

Nancy Aughinbaugh said...

I like flying geese! Your block is great! My first blog hop too!! :)

sewsezme said...

Your block is wonderful, can be used with many fabrics for a variety of looks.

Lori L said...

oh, am I suppose to have a favorite? I simply cannot choose one block or pattern--I am a quilter and love everything quilty. Thanks for the chance to win.

Nancy said...

My favorite thing right now is my 8-day-old granddaughter, Hannah!

Barbara O. said...

Your block is fabulous in solids, that's a great way to use them. I love solids but I find it difficult to use them.
May favourite thing are my sons, but they tend to steal my sewing time... ;-)
Thanks for the chance!

jrt14 said...

I really like star blocks.

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