…and my day to blog about the new 100 Blocks Volume 4.
My block #313:
How strange is that, my favorite number is #13!!!
Olde St. Nick
Notice the signature on the block? It’s one of the requirements when sending in the block.
Run right over to Quiltmaker’s blog and register to win original blocks!
Not only that, they’re offering lots of free stuff all week on the blog hop.
Now that you’ve met my Olde St. Nick, take a look at him (and his twin) on a fast & fun table runner that is also included in this issue on page 90.
To make a table runner of your own:
First win or purchase a new copy of 100 Blocks Vol. 4
Make 2 Olde St. Nick blocks pg. 24 (see my last post for quick cutting)
Some of my favorite tools for this job include:
Wonder Under fusible web by Pellon,
an applique sheet to fuse all the pieces together on and
my machine’s button hole stitch with Sulky’s 12 wt. thread! It makes my applique “pop”!
Cut 60, 2-1/2″ red squares
Cut 1, 10″ red square
Sew the red 2-1/2″ squares into 6 rows of 10 squares each. Sew the rows together to make a 12-1/2″ x 20-1/2″ rectangle. Sew an Olde St. Nick block onto each 12-1/2″ end.
Cut 10″ red square in half diagonally. Sew a triangle onto bottom of each Olde St. Nick block as shown in photo above. Trim excess from triangles.
Quilt as desired, bind and enjoy!
I hope you enjoy the issue as much as I enjoy being part of it.
Now go UP, UP, UP to the TOP of my blog and leave a comment telling me your favorite season to sew for. By doing this you’ll be entered to win the drawing for a FREE issue of Quiltmaker’s 100 blocks vol. 4.
The blog hop lasts all week, and I will personally draw for my winner on Friday after midnight.
Good luck and have fun!
Until next time,