Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks Blog Tour

Welcome to our celebration for the upcoming release of Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks Volume 9.  We are so happy to have our blocks appear in this issue.

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In this issue is my Love Buds block.

As well as my sister’s, Joanne’s Spring Smile block.

I think these are both such happy blocks.  A great way to welcome spring!

Now that we’ve shown you our blocks, how about some setting ideas.

With just one Love Buds block and a checkered border you could make a small wall hanging.

How about a sweet runner using two Love Buds blocks bordered with some double four patch blocks?

You could make a table topper using four Spring Smile blocks bordered with diamond in the square blocks.

Using just sixteen Spring Smile blocks, you could create a larger lap sized quilt.

Or you could go big with this bed sized quilt using twenty-eight Spring Smile blocks!

How will you set your blocks? So many possibilities!

Be sure to leave a comment on this post letting us know about your all-time favorite quilt that you’ve made and you will be entered in a drawing to win a copy of Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks Volume 9! The winner will be posted here on Monday!

Be sure to visit the Gingham Girls website and check out our new patterns!

Enjoy!

 

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203 Responses to Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks Blog Tour

  1. Anita says:

    Lovely blocks!
    My TWO all time favorite quilts are the twin size quilts I made for my sons for their dorm room. They quilts are well loved and keeping my sons warm every night.

  2. Chris says:

    Every time I finish one it is my all time favorite. I really love Granny Squares so that’s a favorite, then I made Wedding Dress 100 square quilts wonderful. Just finished Butterfly Blooms, I love it. They are all favorites. I can’t wait to play with your block. Would be awesome on a notebook cover.

  3. Betty Woodlee says:

    Great blocks, they are so springtime. My favorite quilt I’ve made is blue jean memorial quilt I made for my husband from our late son’s blue jeans.

  4. Lee says:

    My favorite quilt was one of my first ones. I made a queen sized log cabin quilt for my mother in law and she loves it!

  5. Cindy says:

    I don’t have a favorite I like them all. Thanks for the chance to win.

  6. Emily C says:

    My favorite quilt that is finished (that I made) is a star quilt I made for a relative who was having her first baby. It has an I spy feel, although not the pattern. There are toys scattered all over it, raggedy ann, pooh bear, sesame street, clowns and many others.

  7. Karen Stiles says:

    Your blocks are all so springy. Spring Smile was my favorite!

  8. Auntie Clark says:

    I made a wall hanging for my sister. It had pieced maple leaves all over.

  9. Lisa says:

    Love both of your blocks! My all time favorite quilt that I have made has to be my Double Wedding Ring that I made for my husband after he picked out the fabrics.

  10. KT says:

    I guess my favorite quilt is the one I made for my son designed around some soldier fabric that I picked up. He sleeps under it every night, and that makes me happy!

  11. Judy Trott says:

    Twister quilts are my favorite

  12. Dee says:

    My favorite quilt (peoples choice at our guild show) is a 30′s quilt from Everything But the Kitchen Sink. Lovely blocks – especially love the heartd.

  13. Deborah Rhodes says:

    My very first quilt because it opened the door to everything I have experienced since. Thanks for chance to win

  14. Mary D says:

    Congrats to you and your sister for having your blocks published. I love the look of the lap size quilt mock up.

    I am currently working on for me Bonnie Hunter’s Perkiomen Daydream quilt which is definitely my favorite at this time. 10,000 one inch pieces and made with fabrics from most of my stash plus swap blocks from all over the globe.

  15. Margaret Schindler says:

    I really love both of these blocks. Thanks for showing all the different layouts.

  16. barbara corbitt says:

    my favorite block/quilt i made was a stained glass quilt that was in a silent auction for my church’s youth group. i am in awe of your talent. you created such a beautiful block and congrats on getting it published.

  17. sharon says:

    I liked a turkey quilt I made for the front door at Thanksgiving time and cant wait to do a bed size quilt when I get up enough nerve.

  18. Peggy says:

    I love all the quilts I make; or I wouldn’t make them. One of my favourites is a red and cream coloured quilt with 3d flying geese on it.

  19. Julie says:

    Great blocks! My favorite quilt is one I made with 3″ bow tie blocks. A lot of work and a lot of fun.

  20. Janet Frank says:

    My favorite quilt is…..the one I working on! They are all my favorites…..if it wasn’t a favorite I wouldn’t make it! Congrats to both you on your blocks!

  21. Joan says:

    What gorgeous blocks. Just what I need to chase those winter snow “blues” away for good!

  22. janita says:

    I love the possibilities of these blocks. Your designs are always happy. I have several of your patterns on my someday quilt list:) My all time favorite quilt is always the last quilt that I have finished because I am so bad at finishing. So when I do finally finish it is instant love! So my new favorite quilt is a winter quilt called “Frost Bite” You can see it here.
    http://thegirlfriendgap.blogspot.com/2014/03/tips-from-turtle.html

    Thanks for a chance to win. I have several of these 100 blocks magazines and love them. Janita

  23. Densie W says:

    I am a new quilter so I don’t have a long list of quilts I have made. The second quilt I made was for my granddaughter, a Friendship Star, and my instructor encouraged me to enter the quilt in our guilds quilt show this past Feb. No ribbon but I got some very nice feedback from the judges. Thanks for the giveaway!

  24. Amy says:

    The quilt I made that is my favorite is Bonnie Hunter’s Carolina Christmas. I used some pink leopard print along with some lime green Christmas fabric and I just love how it came out!

    Thanks for sharing your gorgeous block!

  25. Jacklynn Grimm says:

    When my nephew Billy was 3, I made him a double Irish Chain quilt in red, blue and a cute novelty print with football players on it. He loved that quilt to death – he’s 28 now and I wonder if his mom has kept a piece of it for him. Thanks for the give away!

  26. Cindy K says:

    What pretty blocks from you and your sister…they are so springy. My favorite quilts that I have made are all the ones for my kids and grandkids. I love to see them use them…..we snuggle under them while watching movies and know that the quilts are keeping them warm in the winter months.
    Thank you for the chance to win.
    thim3@hotmail.com

  27. Diane says:

    My favourite quilt is made from 30′s fabrics, with pink prairie points.

  28. Diann Cornell says:

    My favorite quilt ever is ‘Tis the Season-design by Natalie Byrd.

  29. I love your spring-y blocks–both have a lot of cheer.
    My favorite quilt was one I made for my father. It has lots of Scottie dogs, dogs on leashes, and fabric with dog bones. It is red, white, blue, and black. I made it so he could take a nap with his doggy on a “doggy approved” quilt.

  30. Gwen Wehner says:

    Two sweet blocks! I am currently doing a full-size hand applique project. Considering the amount of time being spent on it, it had better be my absolute favorite when it is done!!

  31. Becky (central oregon) says:

    If your not with the one you love…love the one your with…says it all for me.

  32. Linda V says:

    If I had to pick just one favorite, it would be our son and daughter in law’s wedding quilt.

  33. Cecilia says:

    Very pretty! I love both of the blocks. My favorite quilt is the one I just finished this year. It is a pattern by Terry Atkinson called Lucky Stars and I used Sweetwater’s Mama Said Sew collection of red, black, gray, and ivory. Congratulations on being in the magazine and thanks for the giveaway.

  34. Anne Oelke says:

    There’s something “favorite” about every quilt–especially when I’m making them.

  35. monica sisk says:

    My favorite is always the one I’m making at the moment, currently that would be my hexi quilt.

    just in case

  36. Jane says:

    My favorite quilt – sigh – all of them. Perhaps my “Wild birds to the wild sky” quilt inspired by a small photo in an old magazine. Sort of a modified and embellished take on drunkards path.

  37. Rosalind Gutierrez says:

    My favorite quilt features a native American woman who is dressed in a Shawl and skirt.

  38. Brenda E. says:

    I made a Sunbonnet Sue many years ago and that was a special gift for my niece.

  39. Debby E says:

    Congrats to both of you & I love both blocks! I think whenever I get to actually finish a quilt it’s my favorite!!! :) Thanks so much for the chance to win. Debby E

  40. PJB says:

    Love the daisies. My favorite is queen Hawaiian appliance.

  41. Janie says:

    Favorite quilt? Hmmm. Probably one my mom made! Thanks for the chance at winning.

  42. Sallie says:

    My favorite is a blue and white mystery quilt, Pieceful Times, by Debbie Caffrey. My son saw me working on it and asked for it, so I gave it to him.

  43. Melody Lutz says:

    Got to be MOM and DADs 16 block Rose of Sharon applique quilt!

  44. Kelly Wilson says:

    My favorite (so far) is my Giant Vintage Star quilt using a free pattern form Jeni Baker of In Color Order. It finishes around 68 x 68 and only has 16 blocks (12 of which are HST). Thanks for the opportunity!

  45. kathy h says:

    my favorite quilt is my millennium quilt. It was a paper pieced project and I love all the colors I used.

  46. Michele says:

    my favorite quilt was a BOM with halloweed costumed children as the blocks surrounded by bats. My grandchildren love it and I can’t wait for Halloween so I can hang it up again.

  47. Barbara Spurr says:

    The two blocks are amazing!!! Love them both and so many good ideas for using them!!
    My favorite quilt I have made so far is an applique quilt I did for a great niece!! Was my first attempt at applique and I have been hooked ever since!!

  48. Verna says:

    I have two favorites: the flannel quilts I’ve made for my brothers using my father’s shirts (still need to make mine), and a simple one featuring artwork and hand/footprints of my boys.

  49. Quilting Tangent says:

    My favorite is a rainbow scrappy quilt, love all the different fabrics in it.

  50. Deb Frazier says:

    Favorite to me was a simple attic window with tonga charms for a VFW cancer fundraiser. Loved it so much I bought it back. The other favorite was the Mixer quilt I made for auction and my husband bot it and won’t let me sell it.