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Quiltmaker 100 Blocks Vol. 9 - Blog Tour

100 Blocks Volume 8 Blog Tour - All Square

Hello!

Welcome to our day for the Quiltmakers 100 Blocks Blog Tour! I love to be included in the 100 Blocks issues and enjoy all the fun of the blog tour.

 

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100 Blocks Vol 8

 My block for Vol. 8 is called All Square

Harding Hill Designs All Square 100 Blocks Vol 8
All Square


All Square is a really versatile block that can go LOTS of different directions. Below is a straight setting but the middle of each block uses a variety of colors. Great for your scraps! I love the secondary patterns created by the blocks in this layout.

 

Harding Hill Designs All Square Scrappy 100 Blocks Vol 8
"All Square" Straight Set

 Or, turn the block on point.

Harding Hill Designs All Square On Point Black 100 Blocks Vol 8
"All Square" On Point

A whole new look by keeping the blocks on point but changing the setting and corner fabric. 

Harding Hill Designs All Square On Point Grey 100 Blocks Vol 8
"All Square" On Point

Or, add both vertical and horizontal sashing 

Harding Hill Designs All Square with Sashing 100 Blocks
"All Square" with Vertical and Horizontal Sashing

Another example of two very different looks are the two pictures below. The first is of my block from Quiltmakers 100 Blocks Vol. 5 called Bingo and the second is of a quilt made from the Bingo block. The original block was made with bright, vibrant fabrics. 

Harding Hill Designs Bingo Block 100 Blocks VOl 5
Bingo

And, the quilt has an entirely different feel with soft, calming earthtones.

Earth Tone Quilt Harding Hill Designs Bingo Block
Bingo Quilt

Like so many other blocks and patterns, the sky is the limit with these blocks. Depending on fabric choices and fabric placement the same block or pattern can look so amazingly different. Which is why we love to build up our stash, right?!?

For this blog tour we will be giving away TWO copies of Quiltmakers 100 Blocks Vol. 8. We will also be giving away 2 patterns from our shop. You can check out the patterns here. For a total of 3 different winners. Simply leave a comment and your email address to be entered. I usually keep the comments open to whatever you would like to share so feel free to let us know anything. Some of the comments from previous blog tours have been really interesting and informative. :-) You can also stop by our Facebook page and "Like" it for another entry. If you are already a facebook fan leave us a comment on our page as your second entry. The giveaway will be open until 11:00 am (CST) on Saturday, November 16th.

Have fun exploring the other blogs on the tour and thank you again for stopping by!  

Cheers! 

Comments

rosa

Fantastic block asnd love your layouts too.I like to see how one pattern change using differents fabrics.

 Dee

I love all the secondary patterns your block makes. So fun to see different layout

 Dee

Lie you on Facebook:)

sandi

Wonderful block! Congrats on being published again! Thanks for a chance to win a copy of the magazine.

Judy Austin

I agree with everyone else about seeing the same block in different color combinations being so inspiring.

Bernie S

After checking out your patterns, I love how you use 2.5 inch strips. Great patterns for those who like to use pre-cuts.

claire

Your blocks are great and could be stunning in some many colorways.

Julie B

Like your patterns Cha Cha Cha and Shuffle Block. Great block and layout designs.

Carol

Love your all square block. What an interesting idea

Debbie Rhodes

Love the block any block with "options" is a winner in my book..

thank you so much

Lori Smanski

congrats on being published. I really like how your block looks different in different fabrics. Very cool. I love your patterns, especially Cha Cha Cha and The Twist.
Thanks for a chance.

Gill

What a great block - the different layouts show how versatile it is!
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Cynthia Knapp

I can see that your "All Square" block has many possibilities. Thanks for sharing!

Alberta in N GA

I love the color choices you made for your block with the bright splash of red... stunning.

Diana Allen

Love how versatile this block is! I can see it as a scrappy fabric quilt. Thanks for sharing!

Carole M.

congrats on being published, looking forward to the magazine to see instructions for your block.

Lori S

I love blocks with those amazing secondary designs. Thanks for the great giveaway!

Elizabeth McDonald

I love the many variations using your block!

Cathy B

Great block. Congratulations on having it published in the magazine!

Diane Bowron

I like the setting for your block. Very effective.

Leanne

What a versatile block! It could make so many fun quilts.

Elaine Morgan

I like the colors you used for your block!

Phyllis in N. Central Texas

I love your blocks, and patterns, they have a nice fresh modern look!

Sandy Curtis

This is a great block. I like the colors.



bonnie

I liked you block and I really liked the Bingo block

Sheila H

What a great way to use up scraps!

LeAnn

Thank you for the giveaway! Love your block options. The red, black and white is so bold and striking (also Husker colors). Hmmm--maybe a graduation quilt.

LeAnn

I Like you on Facebook.

Vivian

That would be a very bold quilt. I love quilts with black in them, but i have never made one. Thanks.

Karen Burton

Love all the possibilities for this block.

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