Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Quiltmaker's 100 Quilt Block Volume 14 BLOG TOUR



Hello and Welcome to my Blog!

YAY!  I'm sew excited to be participating in the Volume 14 Blog Tour -- it's like a quilt party with all my friends -- both old AND new.

My block is called SLIDER and is #1383 in Quiltmaker's 100 Blocks Volume 14.


A lot of people ask me how I come up with my designs.  Let me tell you that it definitely isn't rocket science.  LOL!  I like to start with something familiar like a favorite block, an inspiration piece of fabric, or maybe even an idea.  Then I usually sit down in front of my computer to use my Electric Quilt 7 software.  Do you EQ?  If not, then I really suggest that you try it out because it can take your quilting and designing to new levels. 

When I started playing around with ideas for the 100 Block project, I first decided that I wanted to use red, black, grey, and white fabrics in the block.  That made me determine that my block had to have enough pieces so that I could use 4 fabrics.
 

This was my first block attempt.  Ugh.  Pretty ugly, isn't it? 
 I was trying out some asymmetrical qualities here.

Oh well.  Back to the drawing board.


This was my second try.  Hmm.  Much better, I think.  But too busy.
Maybe I should reduce the number of pieces in the block.

This thinking led me to the actual Slider block that I submitted.


Voila!  There you have it!  A peek inside my design process.

Now let's play with the Slider block a little bit.

 Five blocks and a border makes a fun table runner, doesn't it?

Maybe we should add some printed fabrics instead of just solids?


Here it is in Moda's For You fabrics.
 
Now let's try it in Riley Blake's new Crayola fabrics.  Fun and cute!


Here we have fabric from Benartex's Kitchen Love line.  Yum yum yummy!

That was fun, wasn't it? 

Auditioning blocks, layouts, and fabrics is all part of the quilt design process. 
 Thanks for coming along for the ride.

BUT WAIT....................DON'T GO.....................THERE'S STILL MORE!  
KEEP READING......YOU'LL GET TO THE GIVEAWAYS SOON, I PROMISE!!!

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LET ME TELL YOU ABOUT MY NEW BOOK --

IT'S LITERALLY JUST HOT OFF THE PRESS!!!


I'm really really hyped about my third and newest quilt book. 
 I mean, who doesn't love precuts, right?
If you're anything like me, you buy them but never seem to use them.  Yes, I am guilty of precut hoarding and I keep adding more to my sagging shelves.
What about you?


That's where my new book, I Love Precut Quilts! , comes in.  My book has 16 go-to projects ranging from place mats and table runners to wall quilts, throws, and YES! even big bed quilts.

The projects are easy enough for beginners but interesting enough for more advanced quilters, too.   It  has a fun fresh contemporary feel that is light and airy and all of the projects feature traditionally-pieced blocks.  

Time to get your own copy, isn't it?????

Sew.....where can you find my new book?  

Well, read to the bottom to the Giveaway section and you just might win
your very own SIGNED copy.  

You can also find my book (ebooks are also available!) at these locations online:

AND it's coming to your local quilt shop soon 
(Psst!  Don't forget to ask your favorite quilt shop owner to order it). 

I will also have copies available soon on my website:

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NOW FOR THE GIVEAWAY

 You've all been very patient, reading through my entire blog, so I promise that it'll be worth it!

I will be giving away the following:

1.  A copy of Quiltmaker's 100 Blocks Volume 14
2.  A copy of my new book, I Love Precut Quilts! (Yippee!)
3.  A  Riley Blake Crayola 2 1/2'' strip roll
4.  A Mystery Prize donated by my local quilt shop owner, Gail, who owns Homespun Treasures.

Who knows?
 I might just add some more prizes along the way if I get
lots and lots of encouragement.
(Wink!  Wink!)

Here's how it works:

You have up to 3 chances to win the prizes listed above.

1.  Leave a comment and tell me what your favorite precut is.  
2.  Become a blog follower and leave a comment telling me you that you're a blog follower.
3. Follow me on Instagram @tricia.maloney and leave a comment telling me you're an Instagram follower.

Ready!  Set!  GO!

You have from Tuesday, November 15th until Saturday, November 19th to participate. 
 Winners will be selected randomly on Saturday, November 19th.

PLEASE MAKE SURE TO INCLUDE YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS 
SO THAT I CAN CONTACT YOU IF YOU WIN!
 




233 comments:

  1. I love your geometric block!
    My favorite precut is Fat Quarter.

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  2. I follow you on Instagram, @notqnot .

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  3. Hi! I am a recent follower of your blog. I tend to use Charm packs. But do also have a stack of jellyrolls just waiting for some love. The book looks great. Hope it hits the stores here, soon.

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  4. I like jelly rolls, they're already cut to the right width, just need to cut them up! Thanks for the give aways! Blessings, Gretchen - And because I'm always told I'm a no-reply blogger - villacrestfarm@gmail.com

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  5. I love fat quarters, but also jelly rolls. Your block is so great and so many possibilities!

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  6. I am a new Follower of your blog. Your book sounds awesome, congratulations to it! I look Forward to see your projects in it!

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  7. And I am a Follower now on Instagram

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  8. Thank you for sharing you block. I prefer to buy yardage and shirts from Solvation Army.

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  9. I really like your cute block. The pattern that is on the cover of your new book looks really cute. I really like to buy fat quarters the most. Every once in a while I will buy jelly rolls
    thim3@hotmail.com

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  10. My favorite precuts have to be fat quarters.

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  11. I new to following your blog.
    thim3@hotmail.com

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  12. I prefer fat quarters.Thanks for the chance to win.
    cjneubauer@iowatelecom.net

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  13. I love your block. What a different variation for table toppers. My favorite pre-cut is layer cakes.

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  14. I am Loving this Slider block!!!! Im going to try, I havent had much time to quilt but I Love it!! Fat Quarters have been great for me!!! Love You!! Kim S

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  15. I definitely like your block in solids. Not too sure about the print versions.
    Ohioholman@aol.com

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  16. I like to pre-wash my fabrics, so mostly only use fat quarters (though I have been known to pick up charm packs on occasion!) Fun block! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  17. Love your block. Looking forward to seeing more about your book. My fav cut is a layer cake, tho when I really love the fabric I get a FQ bundle.

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  18. I follow you via email! Love the inspiration. kathleendotlutzatcomcastdotnet

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  19. My favorite pre-cut is the layer cake or FQs.

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  20. I am following your blog with Feedly

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  21. I love to see and read about the evolution of an idea/quilt block on each of these blog tours. And I do love your solids version. Solids are such fun to work with and with so many options it is such fun from sharp contrasts to the ombré effect. Thank you for the inspiration. kathleendotlutzatcomcastdotnet

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  22. My favorite precut is a layer cake.

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  23. I like fat quarters and layer cakes. Love your block, would not have believe the different looks you can get until you showed us.
    patsystitch@gvtc.com

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  24. I follow you on bloglovin.
    patsystitch@gvtc.com

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  25. I follow you on instagram.
    patsystitch@gvtc.com

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  26. I love fat quarters since there's so much more I can do with them, plus they look so pretty all stacked up :). I'll be looking for your book, fresh ideas are always welcome.

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  27. I love all the options with the FQ!!!!!...

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  28. I like Jelly Rolls and Layer Cakes. Just love your block, how great would this be as a border??
    Happy Holidays and thanks for the great giveaway!
    lstangl482 at aol dot com

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  29. I follow on Bloglovin!
    lstangl482 at aol dot com

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  30. I really like your second version also! I like fat quarters since I'm a prewasher!

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  31. Lately I'm having a love affair with Charm Packs as they are so versatile to make quilts in various sizes.

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  32. I like your block, I see beautiful quilt and runners with your design.
    I love fat quarter bundles or half yard and like buy charm packs for HST and so I only have to buy a solid to match.

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  33. I love fat quarters, they are so versatile. If you need a little if you need alot just buy a couple more.
    More give-a-ways are always welcomed wink wink.

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  34. Congratulations! I really like the block. My favorite precut is Fat Quarters. You can do a lot with them and they go a long way. Thank you for a great giveaway.

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  35. I follow you on instagram @icanquilt2

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  36. I am a blog follower. rozz01 at cox dot net

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  37. congratulations on your block and your book. such a fun block.
    I really prefer yardage right now. Of course I have not bought precuts. Who know what will happen when I do start, giggle. :)
    quilting dash lady at Comcast dot net

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  38. A fun block! I like fat quarter bundles best!

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  39. I follow by email
    quilting dash lady at Comcast dot net

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  40. Although I was introduced to using precuts with a layer cake, and loved it, I now know that fat quarters are the best way to go for creating with freedom :) It is so nice to have a little bit extra of each fabric. Thank you for offering this giveaway!

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  41. I love to use charm packs. Love your blog.Dippetydoo52@ymail.com Thank you.

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  42. I love jelly rolls and charm packs as precuts. I have followed your blog for quite some time after attending classes that you teach. tavidog@comcast.net

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  43. I love precuts and have several shelfs full just waiting for time and that special project. Of course fat quarter collections are best as you get so much more to work with, but alas they are expensive for a whole collection, so I've discovered layer cakes give me a little more room to cut out lots of different sized little pieces. But hey Jelly rolls are pretty amazing as well. So love a little of a whole collection.

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  44. My all time fav precut is the10 " squares- so versatile.

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  45. My favorite precut is half yard cuts. My second favorite are fat quarters.

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  46. I just followed you via the GFC? In reality, I am using feedly to follow you!

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  47. I am now following you on instagram! I'm https://www.instagram.com/dlk3265/ I think it's @dlk3265? Not 100% sure how things work yet!

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  48. My favorite precut is a layer cake. Thanks for sharing with us! cknapp3626(at)sbcglobal(dot)net

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  49. I signed up to follow your blog by email. cknapp3626(at)sbcglobal(dot)net

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  50. I just signed up to follow you on Instagram! Thank you for sharing with us! cknapp3626(at)sbcglobal(dot)net

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  51. Precuts there are so much to love about most of them they are so versatile. I did enjoy my most recent project which was a layer cake. Lots of variety.

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  52. I have became a blog follower via bloglovin

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  53. I love different pre-cuts for different reasons, but overall maybe the charm packs? Or the jelly rolls?

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  54. Following on Instagram (goonyburd)

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  55. Currently my favorite precut is a layer cake...so many possibilities with it. Looking forward to seeing your book.

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  56. I am a charm pack junkie - I can't pass them up. Love the slider block (especially in a table runner) - may make one for the cat (a table runner fits perfectly in the bay window) to sunbathe on. I am in love with them because of the variety you get and they are great for mini's which I also love.

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  57. I signed up to follow your blog.

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  58. Now following on Instagram too.

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  59. My favorite pre-cut is truly the FQ bundle, but that is such a big expense that I never buy it. So, practically, it is a tie between a layer cake because I can see--and get a big cut of--the design, and a jelly roll, because I am a wonky cutter and I rejoice when someone else has cut those long strips straight.

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  60. I follow your blog on Blogger.com

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  61. Hands down it is Jelly Rolls! I just hate to open them though....

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  62. Congrats on the book and block! Wow, what an accomplishment. I do not use pre cuts so I do not have a favorite. :) Vivian
    sweetlildaisy5566@yahoo.com

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  63. I am now following your blog. Thank you, peterstankovich@comcast.net

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  64. My favorite pre-cut is Fat Quarters. I have amassed quite a few. Thank you, peterstankovich@comcast.net

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  65. I am now starting to follow on Instagram. Thank you, peterstankovich@comcast.net

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  66. Thanks for sharing your design process. I really like all the different looks of the table runners and how the design changes when you rotate the block. Thanks for the opportunity.

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  67. Another book to help me put together some great precut quilts! I love jelly rolls and fat quarters the best. Your block design is really interesting and would love to try it out. Thanks for the chance to win! mceddins@austin.rr.com

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  68. I love charm squares! An affordable way of sampling a new fabric line!

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  69. I follow you on instagram (as gill8840)

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  70. I have really mixed feelings about precuts. I like the fact that I can get all the fabrics in a line at once and so I don't have to think about choosing fabrics that go together. I really dislike the pinked edges that so many precuts have, though. In addition to that, my daughter has gotten charm packs where the pieces weren't a consistent size and some weren't even square. I think I need some education on precuts to be able to choose the best ones!

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  71. Fat quarters! They are way to easy to pick up in any quilt shop. Love your block! Congratulations!

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  72. Charm packs are my favorite pre-cut. They can be used in so many designs that make up quickly.

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  73. I love to precut my quilt too. Jelly rolls are fun and so are 5" charms and mini 2 1/2". I join your blog and you can email me at lkcquilts@hotmail.com

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  74. I buy more fat quarters then anything else. But I do have other sizes hoarded :)

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  75. I am a blog follower, congrats on your new book, love charm squares.

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  76. I used A Jelly roll for a quilt and that is just a fabulous precut, I had the quilt sew up in a weekend.
    djcutting2(at)gmail(dot)com

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  77. I follow on Instagram as Wannajava2, love mystery prizes and Quiltmaker.

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  78. I usually buy yardage, but I've been know to pick up a FQ stack now & again!

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  79. I am a blog follower via Feedly.

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  80. I have several jelly rolls, but, I've never used any of them. I have used some charm packs in the past (table runner and full size quilt). I guess I like the charm packs better, since those are what I've used. I don't Instagram, so....

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  81. I'm a follower, and was a follower before you moved over to this blog (Orphan Quilter).

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  82. My favorite precut would be jelly rolls. prycek@mymts.net

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  83. I'm a charity quilter, enjoy making HSTs into quilts so charm packs paired with a neutral or coordinating fabric are a mainstay.
    Kaylace@bellsouth.net

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  84. I'm following by email and as a follower above.

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  85. I'm following you on instagram as mickbillie

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  86. Congrats on the new book. It is so hard to use and not just collect precuts. I mainly buy charm packs, because you get a variety at an affordable price and I like scrappy quilts.

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  87. I've made a lot of charm pack quilts, especially for babies.

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  88. Charm packs and fat quarters are vying for 1st place in my stash. With Christmas just around the corner, I've been whittling down my stash of both.

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  89. Fat quarters are my favorite precut. Your block is cute. Thanks.

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  90. I guess my favorite pre-cuts would be charm squares, especially no-2-alike scrappy collections.

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  91. Tricia, Right now I use a lot of jelly rolls, but my favorite is a variation of a precut - a fat quarter bundle Always run short on my favorite design. Kathy in colo repzjratplainsdotnet

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  92. I enjoyed finding your blog and sewing your books. I have just seen where your new book was released, sounds like a keeper, but the book about the Russian quilts caught my history eye.
    thanks Kathy in colo repzjratplainsdotnet

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  93. My favorite precut is 2 1/2" strips!

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  94. Jelly rolls are my favorite precut. This is a nice, versatile block.

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  95. I just signed up for your newsletter. quiltingloon10 at gmail dot com

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  96. I like charm packs for a low cost way to enjoy new fabrics.

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  97. Follow your blog! You should definitely add more giveaways by the looks at the number of comments! Congrats on such a beautiful block.

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  98. My favorite pre-cut right now is a jelly roll. I have been having a blast with the 2 1/2 inch square size!

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  99. I am a layer cake lover! thank you - love your block!

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  100. I am a follower! thank you again!

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  101. I like fat quarters and 2 1/2 in. strips the best. I would LOVE to have your signed book, my quilty friends would be so jealous, and they would have to look at it right away! Of course, you can never have too much fabric.....hint, hint, yourself!

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  102. I love the 2.5" charm packs. Still looking for the perfect pattern. Buggers are SO hard to find...

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  103. My faverite pretty cut is charm squares. ...happyness04431@yahoo.com

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  104. My favorite precut is fat quarters.

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  105. I am a new follower and look forward to getting to know you better.

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  106. I would say I like charm squares best, but the mini's are a close second.

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  107. Hi I have a whole bunch of 5 inch squares that I have to make into something else. It would certainly be a colorful quilt. Your book sounds quite fun as do all of the other prizes. Thank you so much for sharing your talent as well as your block.

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  108. How fun Slider is, and I love the table topper it makes! I so enjoy reading all the blogs on the hop :o) My block, Order in the Court, is also in Volume 14, so no need to include me in your drawings, I just wanted to stop by and say, "Hi!"

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  109. I guess my favorite precut is the FQ. Nancy A: rangerer@sbcglobal.net

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  110. I am a new follower. Nancy A: rangerer@sbcglobal.net

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  111. I love the 5 inch charms. So flexible and good for both small and large prints.

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  112. I added you to my bloglovin feed!

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  113. I got you now on instragram too! (I'm cristinalovescrafts)

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  114. I like layer cakes -- big enough to have many uses but much more affordable than FQ bundles.

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  115. I can't quit buying charm packs. I love the variety for a small price.

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  116. My favorite precuts are fat quarters but I also have a pretty good collection of Charm squares.

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  117. Well. I love them all... but bricklayers probably my favorite.. thanks for the chance to win drhodes9@cox.net

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  118. i started following you.... drhodes9@cox.net

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  119. Shy away from precuts mostly but every once in a while I succumb to the 6" rolls of deliciousness.

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  120. I mostly work with Charm Packs. Have not used any others. Thanks for the very generous giveaway!

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  121. My favorite are fat quarters! Cute block, I like the simplicity of it.

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  122. I'm a follower of your blog. Thanks for the giveaway and congratulations on your new book.

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  123. I'm a new follower on Instagram as ceciliaquilts.

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  124. Well, I really love fat quarters but my budget and size of my hoarding I mean sewing space only allows for charm squares. Thanks! sewgood414@hotmaildotcom

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  125. Great block! My favorite precut is the fat quarter, though I also have a big stash of charm squares. Thanks.

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  126. I'm already a follower via Feedly. Thanks again.

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  127. Really versatile block. It looks quite different in the different colorways. I would make a table runner with this block. My favorite precuts is 5" charms and jelly rolls. I cut so many of both and buy lots of charm packs. I am making several charm quilts now. Thanks for the great added giveaways.

    tushay3 (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  128. Very cute block. I see a project in my future. My favorite precut is a charm pack but I seem to use 2 1/2" jelly roll more often than charm packs. Maybe I'm just a charm pack collector! lol

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  129. Jelly rolls are my favorite precuts. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  130. Fun block with lots of possibilities! My favorite precut is a FQ bundle!

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  131. My favorite precuts are FQ bundles because they can be cut in so many ways. Second would be a layer cake and I'm like you. I love to collect them but have a hard time using them.

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  132. One of the best things about hops is finding new bloggers and I am now a follower. Looking forward to seeing your posts.

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  133. I also am now following you on Instagram.

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  134. Nice block! My favorite precut is jelly rolls or fat quarters.

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  135. My favorite precuts are fat quarters.

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  136. My favorite precuts are fat quarters.

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  137. Wow! I need to make a table runner and your block design will be perfect for it! I have used lots of layer cakes and a few jelly rolls but fat quarter bundles are my new favorite precut. Your book sounds wonderful. Thank you for the sweet giveaways!

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  138. You have an interesting quilt block. My favorite precuts are fat quarters. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  139. The runners turned out great. Different fabrics make them look like different blocks were used. My favorite pre cuts are charm squares.

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  140. Cute block, thanks for the table runner ideas. My favorite precut are jelly rolls, there are just so many great jelly roll patterns out there. Congrats on the new book!

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  141. I follow via email. Thanks for all the great giveaways...and if you must add more...well a girl's got do what a girl's gotta do. ;o)

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  142. I like jelly rolls the best because I feel the most freedom with them. Cakes feel like such a serious matter to cut into! Thanks for the EQ planning insight. Always fun to see. I love EQ but tend to overwhelm my non-quilting or newbie quilt friends when i try to show them all that excites me about it (:

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  143. I love jelly rolls! Of course I never stop there-the only type of precut I do not have right now is layer cake. Love the new book! bjegrandmaatgmaildotcom

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  144. Congratulations! Great block!
    (I don't have EQ... You make me wish I did!)
    Yes, I do love precuts! If it's a fabric line *I love*, I want to get a fat quarter bundle!
    I do like all cuts, though... Charms, rolls, and cakes!!
    Thank you!
    Pat T.

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  145. Tricia, I follow you on Instagram!
    Pat T.
    (Pajtr on IG)

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  146. I'm following your posts by email!
    Thank you!
    Pat T.

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  147. I love your block. My favourite precut is a jelly roll.

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  148. My favorite precuts are fat quarters. You can do so much with them. My second favorite is jellyrolls. Congratulations on your block and your book!

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  149. hi tricia
    I love charm packs. Love the new book and block

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  150. Love Fat Quarters!! and close 2nd are Charm Packs! Your book looks Awesome...lots of projects to help my "addiction" to pre-cuts!!! giggle... My son would like a quilt made with your Block..and in the same colors (for Ohio State)

    Thank you for chance to win your Give-a-way too! :D

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  151. hi tricia .. I am your blog follower. I think I did this correctly.

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  152. I also am following you on instagram.. ifI did that correctly

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  153. I love Jelly rolls, the best invention ever! Your block is really a great one! What a wonderful giveaway, you are so kind! Your book is now on my Christmas list.

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  154. Favourite precuts are charm squares.

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  155. My favorite precut is a fat quarter - so versatile. Thanks for sharing your great block. It has so many color possibilities!

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  156. I follow you on Bloglovin. Congratulations on your book!

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  157. I follow you on Instagram (pksolberg). Thanks Tricia!

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  158. So simple and powerful at the same time!

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  159. I love jelly rolls. This would be a great quilt block.

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  160. My favorite precut is the fat quarter; so much fun to work with!
    nikilsend(at)outlook(dot)com

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  161. New e-mail subscriber!
    nikilsend(at)outlook(dot)com

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  162. Instagram follower: minibea123
    nikilsend(at)outlook(dot)com

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  163. Oh gosh a favorite precut, well if I have to pick one I would say charm squares becuase they are more of a challenge to use.

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  164. My favorite precut is a jelly roll but I also love fat quarter bundles. Happy thanksgiving!

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  165. I am a new Instagram follower.

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  166. I guess my favorite is the charm pack because it is so easy to turn into a quilt. I'm looking forward to seeing your new book for other ideas. Thanks!

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