Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Welcome Blog Tourist!


I’m so honored to have my block appear in  Quiltmaker's 100 Blocks Magazine Volume 8.!  The newest issue of Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks has just hits the newsstands.


Inside this issue you will find my block.

 Now that you see my block here are some ideas of different color ways to make three table runners.





 Another idea is to make a scrappy quilt.
Follow the 100 Blocks Blog Tour daily November 11 - 18 at The Quiltmaker Blog Quilty Pleasures for inspiration, ideas and giveaways galore!
Be sure to leave a comment on this post and you will be entered in a drawing to win one of two great prizes. Visit the Delightful Piecing website and choose your favorite pattern, then come back to Quiltingal letting me know which is your favorite pattern at Delightful Piecing to be entered to win a copy of Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks Volume 8 or your favorite  pattern or book at Delightful Piecing! 
The winners will be posted here on Saturday!
Enjoy!
 Teacher - Lecture - Author

249 comments:

  1. Love seeing your block made up into runners and a quilt. My favorite of your patterns is Star Chain--love it! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  2. Congratulations on your block! I love your overlapping stars pattern. I love how you tell what it going to be learned in the pattern too! Good for me as I am a new quilter! thanks!

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  3. Congrats on being in Volume 8!! I love all your patterns, the Cactus Star is very nice.

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  4. Denim flannel ragged,my favorite. Love your block! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  5. I love all of your patterns, Barbara, but I think my favorite on your blog page is the Desert Rose!

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  6. Congratulations for being in #8! I like the Desert Rose and Cactus Star patterns, and the Star Struck book.

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  7. Your patterns are really fun but my favorite is definitely the Desert Rose. Overlapping stars is my second favorite!

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  8. What a neat pattern Barbara and Spinning Wheels is my favorite pattern! Thanks for sharing.
    Freemotion by the River Linky Party Tuesday

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  9. Congratulations and I love Star Chain!

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  10. Congratulations for being publised.Love your block!
    One of my favorite pattern is Spinner pattern.

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  11. My favorite is the Desert Rose pattern, it's gorgeous!

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  12. Nifty block - lots of versatility
    All your patterns are wonderful, would be difficult to pick just one as a favorite, but if you twist my arm it would be Star Chain.

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  13. I'd have to say the Cactus Star pattern is my favorite!

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  14. Hi Barbara! It's wonderful to see your designs being published. Love the design of your block. I really like your desert rose pattern, especially the colors of the samples you made.

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  15. Love the Cactus Star pattern. The colors really set it off.

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  16. Diamond Chain Quilts looks great. Even the cover quilt.

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  17. I like the Star Chain pattern. I would be a great scrap quilt and looks like it has lots of design flexibility. svonfumetti(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  18. Cool block. My favorite pattern is Spinning Pinwheels. Thanks so much.

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  19. Nice block. My favorite patter is Spinners.

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  20. I couldn't choose just 1 pattern so I picked Star Chain, Desert Rose, and Cactus flower. Thanks for a chance to win.

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  21. Love Star Chain. Love your bright block!

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  22. Congratulations on getting your block in Quiltmaker! I love your pattern Desert Rose...gorgeous! Great block that you designed:)

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  23. I like pinwheel pizazz! congrats on being in the magazine!

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  24. I like the Star Chain.

    Congrats on (and very dserved) inclusion in the publication. I've having an issue with double vision. You ought to see what that does to the design. WOW! Actually, I leaving for a day trip (2 hours each way) to go to the neuro-opthamologist for a second consultation. Again, congrats and ty.

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  25. Congratulations on having a block in the latest volume of 100 blocks. I love several of your patterns -- especially the "Desert Rose" pattern. I'd like to try foundation piecing and that one is beautiful. (I also really like the "Cactus Star" table runner.)

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  26. I really like Desert Rose, thanks for the chance to win.

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  27. congrats on being published. This is a very pretty block.
    I really liked Pinwheel Pizzazz table runner.
    Thanks for a chance

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  28. I love all things Stars. So I would have to say my favorite pattern of yours is Overlapping Stars! And although curves have eluded me thus far I love your block - and it's possibilities! kathleendotlutzatcomcastdotnet

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  29. I liked the cactus star and spinning pinwheels patterns.

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  30. Star Struck Quilts looks like a super fun book to have. Congrats on making it in to Quiltmaker's 100 Blocks. That is awesome!

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  31. Your block reminds me of an eyelet lace dresden sort of. I like it!

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  32. Simply triangles is my favorite and looks like it would be a challenge to make

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  33. I like Simply triangles also... thanks so much for the chance to win your block is one I will try.

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  34. I love your block - I'm guessing it's appliqued??
    I like the Spinning Pinwheels pattern!

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  35. Can't wait to see the magazine & instructions for your block. I also like your Pinwheel Pizzazz Pattern

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  36. I like the spinning pin wheels pattern. Great block. Congratulations on having it published in the magazine! blaukat@hickorytech.net

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  37. I like all the patterns, but my favourite is Desert Rose.

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  38. I like the cactus star. I don't think I would be successful though if I tried it. I like your block in the magazine too.

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  39. My favorite pattern is Desert Rose.

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  40. Wow, I LOVE your block! It's amazing how placing circles on a dresdan plate can change the focus on a block. My favorite pattern of yours is the "Cactus Star" pattern. Thanks sew much for this chance to win :-D

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  41. My favorite pattern (well it's so hard to choose they are all great!) but I like Cactus Star.
    You new block is great as well congratulations!

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  42. I really like the Overlapping Star pattern. (And I like the idea of being a Blog Tourist.)

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  43. Your block is so unusual and I just love it! Congrats on it being published in the magazine. The Cactus Star pattern is really nice! An appropriate pattern for me - I live in Arizona! LOL
    Happy quilting.
    Dawn
    array-dawn@cox.net

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  44. Your block is very unique. My choice is your Pinwheel Pizzaz pattern. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

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  45. My favorite pattern is Spinning Pinwheels. I also love your new block in the magazine. It looks like such a fun one to play with. Thanks for sharing.
    cknapp3626@sbcglobal.net

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  46. Star Struck Quilts is my favorite. It was hard to decide since you have so many wonderful star patterns.Thanks for the chance to win

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  47. Spinning Pinwheels is my favorite.

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  48. Desert Rose pattern is my favorite.. I love anything featuring a star. Congrats on having your block included in the magazine.

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  49. Wow! I had a hard time choosing a favorite. I love the Overlapping Stars, but in reading the description of the Spinning Pinwheels, that intrigued me a lot. Would love to see how to do that with no "Y" seams. :-) Then I saw the Denim/Flannel Ragged and was blown away. Very cool look--again would love to see how it's done. Congrats on making the book and thank you for the giveaway. Utahoosier@yahoo.com

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  50. Simply Triangles looks like a very interesting book. thank you for the chance to win

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  51. Overlapping Stars has to be my favorite. I love your block.

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  52. OH! I love the first pic of your block, looks like an artists palette. Pretty!
    pinkmoonbeams@yahoo.com

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  53. Oh, love the color options! Thank you!

    As for patterns, I'm loving the Desert Star!

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  54. Great block! All of your patterns are great, my favorite is Cactus Star!
    Lindasquilting@yahoo.com

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  55. Simply Triangles. Beautiful website. Thanks for the eye candy!

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  56. Congrats on your block! For the patterns, I like the Star Chain best.

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  57. For patterns would have to say Cactus Star. I really like your Simply Triangles and Star Struck Quilt books though. Have bookmarked the page.

    syvisser@gmail(dot)com

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  58. I love Star Struck and Desert Rose! So pretty!

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  59. I love the Desert Star, but the overlapping stars are so cool!

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  60. Great that you showed your block in different color ways. Simply triangles would be my choice.
    24Tangent@gmail.com

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  61. Really like Desert Star,but Cactus star and Spinner pattern are also tempting

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  62. I love the Spinner! so many colors would look great in that pattern!

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  63. I like the Overlapping Stars, but love the Desert Star. It's so pretty.

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  64. I like the Desert Rose pattern best, it would look very nice on my Christmas table, I think! You make some very interesting patterns. Congratulations on getting your block in the latest 100 Quilt Blocks issue!

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  65. Spinning pinwheels......it's on my to-do list. I love your new block too.

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  66. I like the Simply Triangles book and the Desert Rose pattern. Actually, I like them all.

    Congratulations on having your block chosen for the latest 100 Blocks Magazine.

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  67. Congratulations on being published! You're block is awesome! And I love your Overlapping Stars pattern. Thanks so much for the chance to win! :)

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  68. I like your Diamond Chain book. I'm taking the strip piecing paper class on Craftsy, and have been looking for books like this. I love your block--so original!

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  69. Oh Gosh - Can't decide between Overlapping Stars or Star Chain... and of course the Simply Triangles book - such great FUN!! Thank you!!!

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  70. What a striking block! chendryx(at)nctv(dot)com

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  71. Beautiful block! I really like the Simply triangles book and your spinner block. Lovely patterns--it would be difficult to choose.

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  72. I love this pattern! I went to check out your other patterns/books but this block is my favorite. :)

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  73. Love your Simply triangles book and your Spinner patter, star chain pattern, Desert Rose pattern. . . could keep going on. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  74. I'd have to say it is hard to choose...but I have narrowed it down to #1 cactus star..and #2 Star struc quilts! they are all Beautiful though! Thank you for doing this giveaway! I can't wait to browse around some more! tyned@hotmail.com

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  75. Your block reminds me of punched papercraft designs I've seen. But done up in fabric! for the patterns over at Delightful Piecing I can't quite decide between Desert Rose table topper and Cactus Star table runner.

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  76. Hi Barbara! I'm sorry I missed you this month at the Star Quilters Guild - and showing off my completed Chinese Checkers quilt from the class in Salem last year - but I've moved to Raleigh, NC. Your Spinning Pinwheels has always appealed to me - it reminds me of the twister quilts but far more complex. Congrats on your block and thanks for the chance to win!

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  77. Just adore the block. Love what you did with the circles. Great ideal. I love the Triangles book. You can do sew much with triangles. Congrats for being in Volume 8. Hope to win.

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  78. Lovely block and the Cactus star is fabulous.

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  79. I love the look of your Cactus Star pattern. And the fact that it is traditional piecing (not paper piecing) REALLY makes me like it! I haven't quite gotten the knack of paperpiecing yet. When I went to your website, I realized why your name sounds familiar - I just bought your Triangles book!

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  80. I like the denim/flannel ragged pattern. Your block looks great with the rainbow colors.
    smjohns63 at yahoo dot com

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  81. I love this block!! I love the Cactus Star pattern!!

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  82. I like the Desert Rose Pattern :) Congrats on a great block!!

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  83. The Spinning Pinwheels is a fun pattern! Great block by the way!

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  84. I like your block! For some reason I am thinking of the old NBC Peacock symbol?!! The Spinner Pattern is my favorite...

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  85. I think Star Chain is pretty cool! Congrats on the fun block in the magazine.

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  86. I like the overlapping star pattern - I make a lot of table runners and would love to make one with that pattern. Thanks for the give away!

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  87. Cool and different pattern you are offering! I really liked your overlapping star pattern. I'm just learning English paper piecing and this is just inspiring. Thank you for the give away and congratulations on having your block featured!

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  88. Like that Cactus Star pattern, very cool. Thanks for the chance.

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  89. Love your patterns ! Thanks for chance to win.


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  90. I love the Diamond Chain Pattern ....would love to win!!

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  91. I also love the Diamond Chain. Both the pattern and the book. The book is on my wish list. Maybe for Christmas. Thanks for the inspiration and a chance to win.

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  92. Great little block. Very colourful.. I know I will get some use out of this one.

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  93. Hi Barbara! Congratulations for having a block in the book! I like your Cactus Star and Spinner patterns.

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  94. I love the Cactus Star pattern!! Congrads on having your block in this issue.

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  95. I love the spinning pinwheels wall hanging - would love to have that in my office! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  96. I really like the overlapping stars pattern. It is awesome. thanks

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  97. My favorite pattern is Spinning Pinwheels. Cute ! Cute ! Thanks for chance.......

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  98. I really like Spinning Pinwheels. I even love the fabrics that you picked for it.

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  99. Spinning pinwheels! Thanks for the chance to win :)

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  100. My favorite pattern is Cactus Stars, they are really neat. Congrats on being chosen to be in the magazine.

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  101. I do like your block but really like the Desert Rose pattern. Thank you for all your beautiful works.




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    Spinning Pinwheels
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    Pinwheel Pizzazz Pattern
    Overlapping pinwheels are pieced in a triangle base layout. The triangles are sewed together in rows and then the rows in strips and the strips into a table runner. Make strip pieced sets and from the sets you cut out the triangles. This is a unique and fast

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  102. Have always loved the Spinning PinWheels. When I was In the first QM's ScrapSquad we did the Spinout pattern you designed. It is still one of my favorite quilts. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  103. Congratulations on your block. I think it is fascinating, and the various color ways you suggest just open up more possibilities. I went to Delightful Piecing and made a very hard choice. Desert Rose finally won my heart. Your designs are lovely.

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  104. Great block! I love all the blocks and my goal is to make at least one of all of them! Doubt I will live long enough to do that, but it's a goal!

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  105. That is a "WOW" block - very striking.

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  106. I have two favorites:Spinning Pinwheels and Diamond Chain. It appears those two are the most popular with other readers as well.I have seen your books and love your work.

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  107. I really enjoy your patterns. One of my favorites is Pinwheel Pizzazz.

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  108. My favorite is Cactus flower. I just love the play of colors

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  109. I have the Simply Triangles book and love it. I like seeing you new block in the scrappy version. It's a fun block.

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  110. My favorite is the Spinning Pinwheels, I think I would do it in bright jewel tones!

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  111. My favorite is Diamond Chain. All are very nice patterns.

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  112. Desert Rose is by far my favorite although they are all beautiful!

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  113. Spinner would work in a quilt I need to finish up so that's my favorite today!

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  114. Love the way your block looks in your quilt drawing. I like your pattern Cactus Star or Star Chain.
    Nancy: rangerer@sbcglobal.net

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  115. I really like your pattern called Denim/Flannel Ragged!

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  116. I love Cactus Star or Desert Rose. I'm such a sucker for stars and diamonds!
    congrats!
    reillyr2(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  117. My favorite pattern is Desert Rose.

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  118. I almost can't decide between Spining Pinwheels and Cactus Star, but.... I lean a little toward Spining Pinwheels. Thank you for the chance to win!

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  119. My favorite pattern is Spinning Pinwheels.

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  120. I love your Pinwheel Pizzazz Pattern. Thanks for the chance.

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  121. Desert Rose pattern is my favorite. I like your block with all those possibilities with different colors.

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  122. So many different blocks on this Blog Tour! Your use of color is very inspiring and exciting.

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  123. Wow what amazing patterns. I really like Star Chain. Thanks!

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  124. All of the patterns are wonderful, but I did really like the Desert Rose.

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  125. I think my favorite is the star chain runner. Thanks for a chance!

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  126. I can smell APPLE BUTTER.... I really loved the Cactus Star pattern, although I saw several others I liked as well. Your blog block is nice too. I think you have some applique on it which I love to do. Congrats. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

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  127. The Spinning Pinwheels pattern is my favorite~reminds me of an Escher oscillation work of art. Thank you for the chance to win.

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  128. I really like the Star Chain Runner; your block above reminds me of a peacock's tail spread open!

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  129. Spinning Pinwheels is delightful and definitely my favorite!

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  130. The star chain table runner looks like fun to make.

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  131. Would make a cute baby quilt with a block in each of the color families!

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  132. There are two that I am having trouble choosing between: Spinner and Cactus Flower. Leaning heavily toward Spinner. Love your 100 block.

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  133. Hi Barbara, I love your designs, but I think I'd really love to win the ragged denim quilt.

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  134. Congrats on getting you block published. I love the Desert Rose!

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  135. Congratulations on your block. Wow it was a tough decision, I must say Desert Rose.

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  136. I like the Cactus Star pattern.

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  137. Your block is wonderful! You have quite a nice array of patterns & "Cactus Star" is my favourite. Thanks for a chance at the give-away!
    Maureen
    mgw070 at shaw dot ca

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  138. Like the spinning pinwheels a lot. Thks.

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  139. Your block looks fun to make. My favorite pattern is the Desert Rose Pattern.

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  140. The purple and green runner version is REALLY nice! Those are my favorite color combinations! Very interesting block. I think a lot can be done with it.

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  141. Fun block! I really like your Gradient Star pattern. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  142. What a neat block! Lots of options and fun! You have beautiful patterns, love your Spinning Pinwheels. Congratulations and Thank you for your giveaway.

    missmoozie(at)gmail(dot)com

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  143. Love the block.... very different.
    carolyn
    mylady@nbnet.nb.ca

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  144. I love the spinning pinwheel. Thanks

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  145. It's very hard to choose from among the beautiful patterns, but I think Desert Rose is my favorite.

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  146. Your block is very unique and I like to use them in my quilts because they are a welcome change!

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  147. Neat block! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  148. Desert Rose, but I really like the lone Star block as well.

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  149. Scrappy is my current mission ( use all those scraps!) I love your Chain of Stars pattern .

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  150. I'd choose your Desert Rose pattern. I make lots of table toppers and this one is just lovely!

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  151. Your block is great! I will be using it in my quilts.

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  152. My favorite of your patterns is Desert Rose. Love it!

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  153. Cactus Star is my favorite pattern!

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  154. An interesting block with lots of potential. I own a copy of Simply Triangles and must tell you I love it. My favorite pattern has got be Cactus Star.

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  155. I like Diamond Chain, but it was hard to decide because they all look like fun to make

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  156. "Spinning Pinwheels" is a very intriguing pattern. Very cool!

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  157. I like the rose one I think the best but love your blog header...

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  158. Congratulations on being published in Vol 8! I like the Desert Rose Pattern. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  159. I love the Spinning Pinwheels! It looks so complex. :)

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  160. Desert Rose is so beautiful - I haven't seen your blog before and now I'm glad that the 100 Blocks linked to you. Great designs!

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  161. What great patterns, I choose Desert Star, but any one would be happy at my house, Thanks, Kathy

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  162. all your patterns are great! love the Denim/Flannel Ragged best ... I have saved old jeans for a quilt and think your pattern would be just the thing!

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  163. Desert Rose Pattern is my favorite. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  164. I liked the Overlapping Stars and Star Chain patterns (they seem very similar).

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  165. Your block is awesome, love the different color schemes for each and love the quilt ,.. great job :)

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  166. OOOH I LOVE this block!! So different. And I loved your patterns. ..and guess I would choose denim/flannel ragged. Coming up on teenage grandchildren!!

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  167. You block is great! I also really like the pattern desert rose!

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  168. I like the pattern Desert Rose.

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  169. My favorite patterns are the Cactus Star is number one choice and the Spinning Pinwheels is second choice. And I love the colors in the Cactus Star- absolutely gorgeous :)

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  170. Desert Rose/ Cactus Star the 2 are great.

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  171. I love that Cactus Star. Thanks for sharing. Congrats on being in the book

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  172. What an interesting block. It has so many possibilities!

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  173. I really like your Desert Rose pattern, thanks for the giveaway.

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  174. Cactus Star would definitely be my favorite, however, they are all beautiful!

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  175. Nice block. lots of color combos possible.

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  176. Simply Triangles looks like a fantastic book, full of so many possibilities! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  177. Desert rose with cactus star a close second. This is a unique block! Very unusual.

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  178. The spinner pattern is edgy...love it!

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  179. Like the Desert Rose and Cactus Star, but the Denim/Flannel won my heart hands down! I would LOVE to see these two used together! Thanks for the chance! Love your block too. Love the "doily" look about it.

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  180. I love the spinner pattern and the spinning pinwheels!

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  181. Great block, with so many possibilities!
    I like the denim/flannel ragged. It looks interesting and I have some recycled denim hanging around.

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  182. that was hard as I liked more than one but Cactus Star caught my heart

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  183. Love your block, having a ton of fun with this hop, keeping my fingers crossed for a win. LOL I liked several of the patterns but I will pick Star Chain, it looked very interesting.

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  184. My favorite pattern is any of the pinwheel patterns!

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  185. I was just in your Star Tricks class in Roanoke, so I think that pattern from your Star Struck book is my favorite.
    patwade@cox.net

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