Guess what came in my mail while I was up at Quilt Villa??
The Fall 2014 issue of QUILTS from 100 Blocks by Quiltmaker Magazine! Wooot!!
If you love the block issues, you will LOVE seeing the 19 quilts in this issue using those blocks – it’s perfection and full of ideas for great settings, terrific borders, lovely quilt colors and more!
What will you find inside?
Page after page of gorgeous quilts that will have you itchin to get stitchin!
After all, September IS National Sewing Month. Did you know that?
Want to see what's inside?
Take a look!
Dancing Pomegranates by Jo Moury in RJR Fabrics and wool from Weeks Dye Works.
Donna Benham's Winter Waltz in Marcus Fabrics!
Caribbean Crossing by AnneMarie Chany in Riley Blake fabrics
Shabby Chic by Lerlene Nevaril in Moda fabrics
Ahead of the Curve by Brigitte Heitland in Robert Kaufman fabrics
Tuscany by Martha Walker of Wagons West Designs in Studio e fabrics
Christmas Lattice by Patti Carey in fabrics from Northcott
Adorable wool applique graces Snow Days by Paula Stoddard
Tulip Tango by Nancy Mahoney. Fabrics by Northcott.
And my favorite of all ---I WANT this for my Sewing Studio!
Sewful Things by Diane Harris!
Of course, there are more quilts than this in this idea packed volume! Check out the blocks that have been used!
These make such great quilts!
You may recognize some of them from the quilt previews above, but wait until you see ALL the quilts! In fact, Quiltmaker has some giveaways going on over at their OWN blog. Click HERE to check them out as well! You have until Midnight on Weds Sept 3rd to enter there!
And if you LOVE Quiltmaker's 100 blocks, you just might want to pick up a copy of 200 Blocks from my online bookstore:
Now in one value-packed book, find 200 quilt-block patterns from Quiltmaker magazine's popular 100 Blocks collections. Full-sized applique and foundation-piecing patterns are included on the bonus CD.
Click HERE to order!
But for the Quilts from 100 Blocks, Fall 2014 --Leave me a comment in the comments section below ONLY to be entered.
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I return home from Illinois on Sunday Evening, let’s draw for our winners THEN!
Good luck, everyone!