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It’s my 100 Blocks Volume 11 blog tour day!

It’s always fun to see all of the blocks in the newest 100 Blocks issues!

100+Blocks+11

This volume is no exception.

I am once again honored to have a block chosen.

 100+Blocks+patriotic+block

It’s the perfect block to get you started thinking about the upcoming patriotic holidays.

Memorial day is just a few weeks away & of course the 4th of July will be here before we know it!

I incorporated my Tiny Dresden blocks do you see them?

Tiny+Dresden+templateThey’re so fun to make when you can cut them out with my cute little plastic template!

Want to win???

Just leave me a comment

AT THE TOP OF THIS PAGE

(sorry, contest now closed)

& I will chose one winner to receive a free copy of Volume 11

& another winner will win one of my Tiny Dresden Templates!

Please leave your email address so I can contact you.

Don’t forget to visit Quiltmaker to see all the other designer’s blogs & to WIN COOL STUFF!

Look for the magazine on your favorite newsstand or visit my website.

Just keep sewing!

Susan

126 thoughts on “It’s my 100 Blocks Volume 11 blog tour day!”

  1. Congratulations for being selected to be included in the 100 Blocks Volume 11 magazine. Your Tiny Dresden Flags block is totally precious!

  2. As always, love those tiny dresdens. Congratulations on having this cute block make it into Quiltmaker 100 Blocks magazine.

  3. Your block is shouting God Bless America! Love it! Dresden Plate and Red White and Blue…I’m smitten!!!

  4. I am always so excited to open the pages of each new volume. My “to do” list is growing way faster than I can sew, that’s for sure!

  5. What a great patriotic design! The Tiny Dresden Template would be so useful in making a variety of patterns. Thanks for the giveaway!

  6. Great way to help celebrate Memorial’s Day with your block. You’re special when your block is on the cover. Good for you, Thank you for being a part of the QM’s 100 Blocks, Volume 11 Blog Tour and for sharing your block with all of us.

    Sandi Timmons
    sandit1@sbcglobal.net

  7. Oh, how fun! I can envision using the Tiny Dresden Template is so many ways – especially with all the tiny scraps I have. This would be the perfect way to use them up!

  8. Haven’t made a Dresden design yet, but it’s on my bucket list. Love the tiny version. Thanks for the chance to win!

  9. Oh my–I love patriotic and Dresden’s–I think I’ve died and gone to heaven! Love your block!

  10. What a tiny Dresden block! Your block puts one in the mood for summer and the Fourth of July! Thank you so much for sharing your talent with us.

  11. I like your block. It would make a great mug rug for the holidays. Your polka dot plates on your pattern are soooooo cute. They look carefree and almost lacy. Will have to make some of those.

  12. I love this block! I’ve made three red white & blue quilts, including one Quilt of Valor, but I keep getting drawn back to these colors. YOur block is an inspiration. In addition to my word press id, my email is pagenew at sbcglobal.net .

  13. Yes, dresdens!!!! I am making as many different dresdans as I can find for our guild challenge this year.

  14. OMG! How cute is this block?! I love tiny blocks & mini quilts. Working on a Trip Around the World quilt that finishes @ 7″ x 7″. Great way to use up scraps! Thanks for the nice giveaway!

  15. What a lovely block. I’ve never made dresdens and it’s time to get started with this pattern. Thanks for a chance to win.

  16. What a cute design. Would be great for a fourth of July table topper or runner and it doesn’t look too complicated.

  17. Congrats on having your block featured in the magazine!! What a unique design using the dresden plates!! I’ve never made those and need to start with this pattern!! Thanks for sharing your many talents with us not only today and in the magazine but all year long!
    Dawn
    array-dawn at cox dot net

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