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April 29, 2013

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Anita

Your block is a fairly simple, yet stunning one. I also like to use scraps in my quilts.

Stephanie A

I love scrappy blocks! I use more scraps than yardage! I made my first quilt when I was 16.

Stephanie A

I'm a facebook fan!

Lois G.

Simple block, but nice effect - I really like the version set on point! I'm working my way through many projects right now :). There's always something that catches my eye before I'm even finished my current project!

Vivian

Woohoo, scrap buster block! I'm always on the lookout for a block or pattern that will use up scraps. I've been quilting since 2002 and using up the scraps is a prime motivator. I will definitely be making a quilt with this one!

Lea b

Another great scrappy quilt idea, a twist on an old favorite block! Inspiring! Thanks for sharing!

KT

Love the scrappiness of your block design! I love scrappy quilts, and yours looks great--another one to add to the list to make! Thanks for the chance to win!

Koricard

I am always looking for new ways to use up my scraps so I really love your block! I also like the idea of putting the block on point. I will have to try that. Thanks.

Lisa Marie

I adore scrappy quilts and this block is great! Can't wait to get this magazine -- I've loved every issue so far. Thanks for the chance to win.

Glenna Reynolds

Thanks for a chance to win the latest issue.

rosa

Your quilt is just beautiful and the second layout cauth mmy eye!!
I love log cabin blocks and and anything with stars and love scraps quilt ,thye remind me the rainbow.

Bernie S

I'm always looking for ways to use up my scraps.

Laurie in Maine

Scrap buster quilts always seems better in theory than practice: I END UP WITH MORE SCRAPS! ;) Still I try

Susan

It's hard to beat a scrappy quilt pattern...I love it!

Karyn

I'm a new fan on FB

bonnie

lovely way to use up my scraps...

Karyn

I love how the gray sets off the little windows of color & the secondary design made by the corner triangles! Thank you for a great scrappy idea!

bonnie

FB fan

Carol Sc

Your block is definitely on my "to do" list! Scrappy quilts are my favorite --- I've made many and plan on making many more --- and your block design fits the bill!

Lisa

Great block! I really like the set on-point layout. Thanks for the chance to win!

Becky Greene

Scrappy is right up my alley, so I love your block! Thanks for sharing and for the chance to win!

Sandy (aka Stitches)

I have been looking for something different to use up my scraps, this block is really a good one. Thanks...

Julie Bailey

I tend to like controlled scrapy quilts that use fabrics in the same color family or limited colors. Thanks for the chance to win.

edith mascia

I really like your block set on point.

Deborah

Great block! I'm working on an applique block for our guild's president - teacups!
Thanks

JoAnn

I love your block as scrap quilts are my favorite ones to make. Thank you.

Carrie P.

Wow! your block really makes up into a great quilt. I am working on UFOs this year. thanks for a chance to win a magazine.

Rose

I'm a sucker for the traditional blocks. Nice block congrats and thanks for the chance to win.

Jacquelyn Morris-Smith

I love the way you used your scrap stash. I needed a project for them and this could be the right one.
Thanks for sharing.

Mary Kastner

I like your scrappy block a lot. Thanks for the chance to win a copy of the magazine.

Mary

Dana

I love your block, scrappy is always so wonderful with all of the colors and textures. Thanks.

mrsmoore

Really nice "scrap" block! There are so many beautiful fabrics available now, it seems a shame not to use as many of them as I can!

mrsmoore

I liked you on facebook!

Pat S

I love your block set on point! Thanks sew much for this chance to win :-D

Pat S

And I "like" you on FaceBook :-D

Judy S

I love scrap blocks and scrap quilting. The more variety of fabric the better. One can never collect to much fabric and then find that scrap block that use them.

Gill

What a great block! I'm making a baby quilt at the moment but next up is a quilt for my niece's wedding and your block would be perfect!

Eva

Scrappy blocks are a great way to use up leftover bits of fabric from previous quilting projects. Gotta love it.

Debbie Rhodes

LOVE your block...

right now I am trying to quilt in sections on my domestic machine.. first attempt hope it works.

Sandra Timmons

Your Paris Square Block is just the way to go to use up your scraps. I really like this block and can't wait to hopefully win a copy of QM 100 Blocks, Volume 7 to start quilting. Right now I am working on a Bow Tie Quilt and really need a scrapbusting project to work on next. This would be the answer. Thank you for the chance to win.

Sandi Timmons
sandit1@sbcglobal.net

Michelle Harrison

Scrappy appeals to me more and more. What a great block for a scrappy quilt.

Anne

This is such a bright quilt. It is amazing how the color changes the look! Thanks for the chance!

Diana

Love the way the gray in Paris Square makes those colors pop!

Janie

I like scrappy block quilts. They are my favorite

Kristen

Wow, that IS a scrapbuster! I love it set on point with the dark background. I can't wait to get my hands on this next issue of 100 Blocks, so thanks for the chance to win!

Debbie P

Love your scrappy block!! I will put it on my list! I am currently working on a scrap quilt and I hope to put a dent in the scraps that have been accumulating!

Robin

I love scrappy quilts! Thank you for a perfect block for a scrappy quilt.

quiltmom anna

Very nice block- My favorite fabric line - I am not sure how to pick one- I love working with batiks- and some of the kaffe Fassett classic lines as a chorus of other fabrics- They always brighten my day.
Thanks for a chance to win this fun new magazine.
Regards from Alberta,
Anna

Dorothy B.

I like scrap blocks the best.

Darrell

I love scrappy quilts. Your block looks fun and easy.. right up my alley. Congrats for being chosen by Quiltmaker for this 100 Blocks issue.

Darlene

Quick, easy and pretty. Thank you!

Loralynn

What a great way to use up scraps! I have a bunch and haven't quite known what to do with them!

C Walker

Love the on point setting and the inspiration!

Debbie

I like scrappy quilts. The more colors, the better.

Annie

Scrappy blocks don't usually appeal to me, but I really like yours that is set on point.

Karen in Breezy Point

Can't wait to get the magazine--so many fun blocks!

Jill Hicks

I am working on a baby quilt for my great nephew.

Lori S

Very cute. I really like it set on point. Thanks for the chance to win.

Mary Jo

My favorite color to use in a quilt is red! I put red in every quilt I make, I think! I also like to use touches of black because it just makes those colors POP!! I made my first "real" quilt out of old bluejeans when I was 22 and sent in a picture to Mother Earth News. They posted a picture of it in their magazine!! I was thrilled to death!! That has been many, many moons ago now!!

Shawn

Love your block.
Thanks for the chance to win.

Darlene B

Great block! I started quilting about 13 years ago. I am working on baby quilts - trying to stay ahead of my 25 nieces and nephews and the babies that will be coming soon!

Jean

I can see this block done in men's ties.

Margaret  Schindler

Thanks for the chance to win. I love your block. I am in love with scrappy quilts. I think scrappy quilts are so pretty. Most of the time I read about a scrappy quilt pattern all the scraps are coordinated. I like the feel of random scraps being used.

Margaret  Schindler

I now follow you on facebook

Mary

Love your block. Although I am a new quilter, I already have a lot of scraps to use in something like this.

Leslie Prall

I really like this block on point. Thanks for the chance to win.

Auntie Clark

I love your block. I like to make scrap quilts. The scrapier the better.

debe

My kind of block! Simple & I can use ALL the fat quarters I have bought on whims. gggg

Margaret Andrews

What a fun block to make with all sorts of purples and greens. Reminds me of spring, which will get here someday.

Mary W

Great block. Lots ofpossibilities!

Sandi Scarlett

I love 9 patch or any number blocks. Yours look good both ways (scrappy and controlled). Thanks for the chance to win a copy of the magazine as I have all the others.

Tammy L

I love your block. I love scrappy quilts. And this block is great for that. or as a planned block with your favorite collection. Congratulations on haveing your block chosen for the publication. And thank you for the chanc eto enter your giveaway.

Betty Domal

Love the mug rugs - been looking for a specific project for upcoming event & think this might be it.
I think emerald green is a great color for any year - one of my favorite colors.
Hope I win something !!!!
Betty D in TN

Becky (central oregon)

I love to take a block like yours and set it on point...

Susie

I love scrappy blocks. I am making my first quilt from scrappy blocks now. I hope it turns out as well as yours.

Denise :)

Terrific block -- I love the idea of setting it on point, too! The print you used for the block is fabulous! :)

Marie

Terrific block for scraps.

shirley tener

Love the scrappy but organized look and the improve feel

Nancy Bennett

The on point setting looks like a great way to use up the scrap bin. Can't wait to try it.

shirley tener

liked FB pg

Donna  Phelps

Scrappy works for me and this block is that. Congrats on being chosen to display your block among the 100 Blocks.

Elizabeth McDonald

I love your block using solid scraps and the dark background - stunning!

Lee Ann L.

Congrats! I've been quilting on and off since 1994.

Cindy Wienstroer

I love the scrapy look and would be great with coordinated lines also. Or for the modern look do it in solid.

sandy

I can tell you anything...well hao about I think Spring has finally arrived, no rain. Yahoo...oh, and I like your block too.

Leanne

What a great scrappy block! I've been making a lot of scrappy quilts lately. More are always welcome...

Lou

I am a facebook fan:)

Lou

I love scrappy block ideas and this is a winner!!! I have SO many scraps to use up after I get some of my other projects done:) ha ha!!! Story of our lives.....

Teri powers

Love your block. I have lots of scraps. I also joined the Facebook page

Gena in Dallas

I just liked your FB page, too! I am loving this blog tour. I am learning about so many new (-to-me) designers!!! Your block is great! thanks for the chance to win.

Beth T.

Right now I'm working on some blocks for Boston. My all-time favorite fabric is Kaffe Fassett's Roman Glass. I used it as the backing for one of my first quilts, and it never fails that when I'm folding that quilt I say, "I love this fabric!".

Cecilia

I really like your block, especially when set on point. I will have to pit that one on my to-do list. Thanks for the chance to win a copy of the magazine.

Cecilia

I liked your Facebook page.

Nancyanne C

I also like your block on point!

Donna Joy

I have a hard time throwing out scraps, now I have a block to use them in, thanks,

Donna Joy

Liked you on facebook

Susan

Yesterday I put "twin" quilts for my brother's twin grandchildren - in the mail - and tucked in a mini tote for 3 year old big sis. I hope my nephew and his wife like the gender neutral fabric I picked for the children. Now, I'm going to pause and bind two quilts. One has been quilted for at least 3 years. I have been waffling it I am going to scallop the edge or not. It is a mate to one I made for my sister-in-law when she was ordained as a pastor. I scalloped hers. So, I'm going to bit the bullet and fancy mine up, too. We live over 1000 mi apart. The other is a Double Wedding Ring that an 89 year old (now 90) pieced for me. It was at the quilter's for over 3 months and back at my house longer than that. So, it's time.
I love the versatility of your block. I really like it on-point. I just cut out a quilt that has my first on-point setting.
Thank you for being very generous in your giveaway. I'm having fun looking at all the eye candy and visiting old friends and making new friends.

Tina in NJ

Thanks for this nice, simple block.

Pat Evans

My current projects are baby quilts. I've just retired and hope to spend more time quilting, but right now the garden is demanding most of my time.

Sheree

This is just a great way to use of those scraps!!! Thank you for sharing your talent with us.

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