Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Quiltmaker's 100 Blocks Magazine Vol. 9


Come join the fun in a blog tour to win Quiltmaker's 100 Blocks Vol. 9 magazine. I am honored to be a part of this blog tour and to have my block in their magazine. 


My block is on page 34 and
 is called Triangle Tricks. The fabric is Stonehenge by Northcott.


My inspiration came from
 Colorful Star Tricks which was my block in
 Quiltmaker's 100 Blocks vol. 2.


Here are a few ideas of how to use the block Triangle Tricks.
Here is Triangle Tricks in a table runner.

Triangle Tricks as a wall quilt

Triangle Tricks as a throw


Triangle Tricks used in a quilt

I will also be giving a copy of my newest book
 Diamond Chain Quilts.
The quilt on the front of the book has only two different triangle blocks.
 Can you find the two units?

Leave a comment on this post telling me if you found the two triangle units used to piece the quilt on the front cover of Diamond Chain Quilts and you will be entered in the 100 Blocks Vol. 9 magazine and Diamond Chain Quilts book giveaway . Check out Quiltmaker’s blog each day to see the other stops on the 100 Blocks Blog Tour!

In my next blog post (May3) I will show where the triangle block units are and announce the winners.

Having trouble finding the triangle block? Here is a hint.
The yellow lines are showing where a row of blocks are.
Drawing is Closed.
 

221 comments:

  1. I wish I could say I see it but I don't. Maybe I need to win a copy and study this. I love your block. I need to try this for sure.

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  2. I too do not see it but your blocks are stunning!

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  3. Gorgeous block!
    I can't see it, either...

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  4. Hmm, I see three different triangles. Hope I win a copy so I can figure it out!

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  5. I love your new block! I can see the triangles on the book cover....but must admit, if you had not given the hint I would not have figured it out. Without the hint I was seeing diamond shapes!

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  6. Those triangles on the book cover are hard to find! The hint was helpful.

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  7. I'm seeing the 2 triangles in the cover quilt, though one of the triangles (with the "beads") has a variation with a 3rd fabric. Thanks.

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  8. I think I may have found the 2 blocks but your book would certainly help confirm that! It is a gorgeous block--I want to make it. Thanks for sharing and for the give-away!

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  9. I love your block. But can not find the triangles. I an puzzle challanged

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  10. Love the spin on the star! Figuring out the other puzzle. Back later!

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  11. I really like your block. It has so much visual interest. I can see your triangle blocks.

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  12. Love this block and yes I do see the triangles on the cover - thanks for the hint.

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  13. wow such creativity and a lot of math! It is so visually awesome, you don't know where to look first! I did find the triangles on the cover.... Very awesome! Thanks for the giveaway

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  14. Neat block! I see the triangles on the cover. Thanks for a chance to win.

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  15. This is so cool! I love mysteries. I've looked very carefully, and I think I see 3 also, but not sure. I would love to have a copy of your book to learn more about these blocks. Thank you for the chance to win.

    Debi Horne
    debihorne54@yahoo.com

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  16. Very pretty block, but looks really complicated. Not sure if I would have the patience to make enough for a quilt, maybe a table topper or runner.

    It took a minute but I found the triangles.

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  17. I'm so lame. I can't find the two blocks. But I would love to win.

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  18. I didn't find the blocks. I like the tricky way that they go together. I love the triangle tricks medallion. I would love to have the book.

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  19. Love the Triangle Tricks block. Wish I could say I see the block, but I am just not seeing it.
    But would still love a chance to win the giveaway!!

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  20. I see the triangle with the "sliver" on the side. I'm not sure about the triangle with the diamonds in the middle....

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  21. Your block is a winner. Stonehedge is my favorite fabric.

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  22. I can see one triangle block, but not the other.

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  23. Congratulations on getting another block into a 100 Block magazine. I finally figured out the two triangle blocks in your cover quilt.

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  24. Great block. Loving the Giveaway.

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  25. I am having trouble with seeing the blocks - but once you show us it will be 'plain as the nose on our faces'. Thanks for the fun. Cindy at cwienstroer@amuniversal.com

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  26. Great block. And the book looks fabulous. Not sure I see the triangle, but I'm sure it's there ;-)

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  27. Having problems figuring out the triangle blocks--at least for sure. Love to see complex quilts simplified.

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  28. The block you designed is beautiful. I'm sorry, I can't find the triangles - even with the clue. Thanks!

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  29. I love your block but can't find the triangles. Will tune in tomorrow! :)

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  30. I found the triangles but it took me a couple of minutes. Interesting block! Thanks!

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  31. I found them! To my never-ending surprise, too. It took a couple of minutes, but I found them! :)

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  32. Well, I'm usually pretty good at finding the building blocks of a quilt, but not this one. Guess I'll need to check in tomorrow... the suspense is going to kill me! :-) Congrats on getting your block and quilt into the publication. Thank you for hosting the giveaway.

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  33. congrats, this is a lovely block. Hmmm I think I see the two different triangle units. LOL had to really study this. Very clever. Thanks for a chance.

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  34. Love the Triangle Tricks block! I'm pretty sure I found the 2 triangles, but would love a copy of your book so I could see for myself! Thank you for offering the giveaway.

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  35. A very nice block and I think I see the two triangle units. I probably wouldn't have without the hint though. Very clever.

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  36. I can see it now! Your patterns are always so beautiful and I would love to win your book! I can't wait to buy Volume 9 of Quiltmaker! Thanks for sharing.
    Freemotion by the River Linky Party Tuesday

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  37. I can see it with the hint you gave I would love to have your book. Congrats on the publication of your beautiful block

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  38. I had to really study the row to see them. Love your block! Thanks for a chance to win.

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  39. Very cool block it will be on the bucket list for sure. Congrats and thanks for the chance to win.

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  40. Your hint helped and seeing your quilt makes me think I could never do that, but knowing how it is pieced like this, makes it easy to comprehend. Love the block and the stonehenge fabric with it, really beautiful.

    Debbie

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  41. I think I see them with the hint, but not sure. I'm sure your book would help to learn how to make these types of blocks.

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  42. I think I see them. One is with the small diamonds centered on triangle. The other is has a strip of color at one point? Hard to find! LOL Would love to win the book.

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  43. I do not "see" it but your blocks are just beautiful :)

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  44. I can see the grey one with a bit of orange, but not sure about the other one. Great block!

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  45. thanks for the hint, it really helped! I am so used to looking for square blocks that I couldn't for the life of me figure out how there was only two blocks in your quilt!

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  46. Love that this block can be used in so many different ways. Thx for chance to win a giveaway!

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  47. I absolutely love this block. What a stunner!

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  48. I "might" see your blocks, but I'm not sure! I love, love LOVE your table runner!! That is the prettiest table runner I have ever seen! I definitely will be making that one! Cannot wait to get my hands on a this issue!!!!!

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  49. your block is absolutely STUNNING... i LOVE it. but as for finding the triangle block... not so much. i've never had a good eye for those things... that's why there's designers like you :-) thnx so much for the giveaway. i'll be back tomorrow to "find" the block

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  50. This is a gorgeous block...I'm so glad to have found your site...I'll be a new follower for sure.

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  51. Oh! No! I can NOT see the triangles and I was just in your class when you came to Pieceful Mountain Quilt Guild. I was intrigued by your book but I did not yet buy it. Maybe I will win it!

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  52. I had to look at your diagram to find the triangles. Unique block and awesome quilt. rozz01@cox.net

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  53. I think there could be diamonds running up your hint line. But if you didn't ask, I would have said it was put together differently.
    24Tangent@gmail.com

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  54. Can't see the two different triangle blocks, but now I am intrigued to figure out this quilt. Thanks for the cool giveaway.

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  55. I did not find the blocks. Sometimes I can't see the forest for the trees!! I love that you included lots of layouts for the blocks. Thanks!

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  56. After much squinting, staring, and maneuvering, I have to admit that these old eyes were not able to find the triangle block, but that's alright because the block is just beautiful and that's all that matters. I love all the color variations you have shared with us and appreciate the opportunity to participate in the giveaway.

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  57. I am not sure if I found the triangle blocks or not. I found some, but I am not sure they are the ones you are referring to.

    Your block is my favorite on today's hop.

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  58. Love your block from the magazine! Even with the hint I couldn't find the block on your cover quilt. I have seen some of your quilts in the past and they are always amazing, just like the one on the book cover!

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  59. Your new block looks like a challenge and I'd love to make it. I would also love a copy of your new book. I see the triangle units in the orange and gray hexagon. The star block is a little harder to see but if you look close you can see them. You do these amazingly well.

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  60. I think I can find one - but not sure on the 2nd? Great design.

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  61. I love your block but I'm not sure I can find the triangle!

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  62. Yes I do see them, the easy one to spot is the triangle making up the hexagon with orange star. The other is in the gray/aqua. Wow I would LOVE to win your book, great design! Love your stonehenge block a lot!

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  63. I could find one but not the other- I bet the book makes it obvious! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  64. What a challenge to find you blocks. I love your block. Is it paper pieced? Have to make one of these in a variety of colors. What fun it is. Thanks for sharing. h

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  65. Oh my! Every time I tried to focus in on what I thought were the blocks they disappeared!! What a challenge. Sure hope I didn't have to find them to have a chance to win! Thanks for the challenge and the chance to win. Debby E ;)
    samtaylorcjsmimi at yahoo dot com

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  66. I love your Triangle Tricks block. Unfortunately, I am not able to see the triangle blocks on the cover. I'm anxious to see when you show us later. Thanks for sharing. cknapp3626@sbcglobal.net

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  67. I think I found the triangle block, but I'm not sure. I love the way you create a complicated looking design with a geometric facet. Looks beautiful.

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  68. I think I see them with the hint, but maybe not, LOL

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  69. I think I see the triangle blocks. The grey and the orange. Thanks for the hint.

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  70. Thank you for the give away and love the new block and can't wait to get the magazine to try this

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  71. Love your block my friend just made a table topper from you book and it is lovely. can't wait to try one myself.

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  72. I'm hopeless, and completely not visual. I tried!

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  73. Fantastic block. And no I can't find the triangles at all even with your help. :)

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  74. That is so clever - I couldn't see it until you outlined the row and there it was! Beautiful block!

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  75. Very cool block. I am anxious to try it out.

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  76. Love your block. I couldn't find your triangles and can't wait to see the next post to see where they are! Thanks for doing this giveaway!

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  77. Beautiful block! Thanks for the give-away.

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  78. Not only "No" but "Heck NO!" - I didn't see the two triangle blocks until you outlined the row. Great job. Looks like a really interesting book and congrats on being published in Vol. 9!

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  79. Your work is beautiful! Thanks for the give away opportunity

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  80. this one beautiful square and I am honestly excited about making it I love the colors you used and may try to match them but it spoke to me and suggestions went thru my head thank u

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  81. I think I found the triangle units. Love the purple and green quilt using your block!

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  82. Great block and yes, I found the 2 triangle units.

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  83. I love the illusions in your triangle blocks and, No, I cannot figure out the blocks yet.

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  84. Stunning quilt, I think I found your two block in the hint. None the less, I want to make this just to have fun with those illusions. Thanks for your book giveaway, so exciting.

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  85. Love the quilt! I think so, in the highlighted area;-)

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  86. I'm sorry I can't find the two blocks. I see a big triangle and a thin one. I should have paid more attention in geometry class because I can't name the two I see. All I remember is


















































    I'm sorry, I can't find the triangle sets.. All I see is a big fat triangle and a thin one. I should have paid more attention in geometry. I can't even name the two I see. All I remember is Right and Isosceles. It' s still an intriguing block.



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  87. This is a fun blog tour, thanks for putting my name in the drawing. I 'think' I might know what the 2 triangles are but looking forward to your answer.

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  88. I thought I saw the triangles but then scrolled down to the "hint" and I was waaaaaay off. : )
    Thanks for the opportunity! notwendy gmail

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  89. Not sure that I found the 2 blocks, but have a guess. I will see if I'm right tomorrow. Thanks for the opportunity to win the magazine and book.

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  90. Though I see two different kinds of triangles, I'm not sure I see the blocks. I love optical illusion blocks! I can't wait to get my copy and try out this block!

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  91. There are only two triangle units used but flipped when set-am I right? Will wait to find out the answer!

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  92. Neat block.....so many blocks so little time . There appears to be two equilateral triangles one block has a slivered triangle of color on one side and the second block has the color down the center in what appear to be small diamond shapes

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  93. Interesting block, I love the spinning effect.

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  94. Well I saw one.....I don't know that I ever found #2, but I will be back to find out the answer.
    This is a really neat block, I may have to add it to my to do list.

    (just in case: m3reyna at gmail dot com)

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  95. Congratulations! I love your Triangle Tricks block and Colorful Card Tricks block! Very clever....I am pretty sure I found the two triangle blocks but it took me awhile. Thank you for sharing!

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  96. I haven't figured it out.
    auntie.clark@gmail.com

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  97. is it the dk gray with the turquoise and the white with orange??? I love the block

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  98. I see one , but not the other...I think anyways. Love your block though! I can see it made with batiks.

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  99. I love your star block! I can see one triangle but I am not sure about the other one.

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  100. Your block is really interesting, if you hadn't drawn the yellow box I would never have figured it out, I would love to try it!

    sly8387@bellsouth.net

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  101. I could see one but not both. Thanks for the yellow lines - now I can see both blocks. Congratulations on your block being selected. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  102. I love your block! It's beautiful in blues (my favorite color)! I couldn't find your triangles. Will have to wait until you show us in your next post.

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  103. Your block is beautiful! I'll have to wait for your reveal to see the two different triangle blocks.

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  104. Whew, I see the triangles flipped end to end that make the stars and then the others with a sliver of red in them, I think that's right? Ha ha.

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  105. I love seeing the different setting for Triangle Tricks. It's a very interesting block! I couldn't find the triangles.

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  106. It was a little tricky at first but I finally got it with your wonderful hint. What a wonderful block. Congrats on having a block in the magazine.

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  107. HA HA.... I can't see them :( I thought I was close, but no cigar! Beautiful! That just makes it all the more awesome!

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  108. Nope, I cannot find the blocks! I do like the quilt.

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  109. I think the triangle block is the gray with the orange hexagon...but I could be wrong. It's a gorgeous pattern. Thanks for the give away!

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  110. The piecing looks challenging…couldn't find the triangles!

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  111. I love your block, but could not find the triangles. Thanks for the chance.

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  112. Alas, I have looked and looked and am still stumped! It is a beautiful layout though.

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  113. one-sixth of the hexagon and one-sixth of the star?

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  114. Like your block. Can't seem to find the triangles. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  115. I could find the easy triangle...the hidden one, not so much! Love your block and all the different cool layouts!!!

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  116. Hi Barbara, No I didn't find it! But always love your blocks.

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  118. OMGosh...!!!....Both those blocks are awesome ....The Colorful Star block and the Triangle Tricks Block are way cool....using both of them in a quilt would look really way cool.....!!!!!......Have a great QM 100 day.............darlenekrystal@gmail.com

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  119. Love your Triangle Tricks block ... so much movement! Stunning!

    Sad to say, no matter how hard I tried I could not find the triangle block units on your book cover.

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  120. Love your block and SO intrigued by your book! I love quilts that have blocks running across like your small diamonds! But no, I can't see the triangles. Would love a chance to dig into your book! Thanks for the gorgeous block!

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  121. Wonderful blocks!! I would definitely love to have your book! thanks

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  122. Wow...very nice design. Giving me ideas!

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  123. I see the large triangle, but I'm stumped on the little diamonds that make the chain--I've never paper pieced, but love the look of it. I really love your block--I may have to learn to paper piece soon!

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  124. As a retired art teacher, I truly appreciate the artistic expression of your block! I think I solved your quest, but I will have to check back to make sure. Would like to further explore your designs! Thanks so much for the giveaway.

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  125. I can see the triangles, how clever! I looks great! Would love to try it.

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  126. Love your blocks, but boy I don't see the block....guess I need the book. ha ha....so pick me.

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  127. I think I see the triangles, but they are tricky!

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  128. It's always fun to have a challenge. I think they are in the point of the star. I am going to have to make this block into a quilt because I love the look.

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  129. I see the two triangles. I think I have figured out the chain also. Interesting block!

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  130. I love star blocks - congrats on a great design!! I had to really search!

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  131. Beautiful square, looks like a real challenge
    took me a while to find the triangles, but finally got them..

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  132. This block is stunning...seriously one of my favorites!

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  133. Love your creativity - thank you for your kind generosity.

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  134. Your block is so beautiful....I don't see the blocks ...but very pretty quilt on cover of book
    thim3@hotmail.com

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  135. Yes, I believe I can see two triangle blocks on the book cover, one with a slice of orange and one with a row of diamonds. I took me a few minutes and increasing the size of the image on my computer screen. Even then I was looking for squares instead of triangles; guess I have to learn how to think outside the box a bit.
    Thank you for a chance to win.

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  136. I think I found them. I would love to win either book!

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  137. I am sorry; but have to be honest and say I do not see those triangles. I find it challenging to figure out some of the more complicated blocks. Maybe complicated isn't the correct word; but it is hard for me just the same.
    Am really enjoying the blog tour.

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  138. I think I see them, would love to know for sure by reading the book...

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  139. Grew block! I wasn't able to see the triangle blocks until you gave us a hint. Your book looks interesting and I would love to learn to make the quilt on the cover. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  140. Thanks for giving a hint on wre the triangle blocks were on the quilt on the cover of your book. I like to read books and keep them for references and patterns to be used in quilts. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  141. I can't see it yet. I look forward to tomorrow's reveal. I love your patterns, and this new block looks really interesting.

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  142. Your block pattern first looked like a card trick block, then it looked like some gear links. It is certainly an illusion block.

    I believe I have found them both triangles within your hint lines. I love that quilt pattern on your book cover.

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  143. Wow! This block is absolutely stunning. I couldn't find it. But, it appears I am not alone. Congrats on getting into the magazine.

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  144. I think I see a white triangle, but it's probably a trick. Unfortunately, I'm not good at picking out blocks until I've made the pattern, or seen it made. I love your block, and the quilt on the cover of your book is to die for. Thanks for the lovely giveaway.

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  145. Drats, maybe my eyes are too tired to find the triangles! I love this block & thank you for a chance at the give-away.
    Maureen
    mgw070 at shaw dot ca

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  146. I guess I'm being dense today. Can't see the triangle units even with the hint. Love the purple samples though.

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  147. I can't find them... the quilt is beautiful, and the block is, too! Thanks for the giveaway; I'd love to win. sarah@forrussia.org

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  148. I see them! Thanks to your hint. :-)

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  149. Love your block! I think I see the triangles - the one with the diamonds is tricky.

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  150. Now I know why my son loves "hidden Pictures" so much! Yep, I really needed that yellow boxed hint! Genius! Congrats on a very fun block! Can't wait to try it out :) Kudos!! (still laughing)

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  151. I can't find them. Your blocks look so complex, but I bet you have cool ways to make them easy!! I like the movement in your block.

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  152. I think I do seen th 2 blocks

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  153. Your block is go lovely; it's foundation pieced, right? No I could not find the two blocks. But then, I'm terrible at seeing blocks in a quilt unless I've made the quilt - and maybe not even then.

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  154. I think I see them-- equaliteral triangle with diamonds going down center, and another with an orange sliver?
    I love your blocks. Itching to play with some fabric and give them a try.

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  155. I feel like I've been following Andresa through the hop all evening and wanting to repeat her comments! ;-) No, I cannot find 2 triangles. Maybe one... but if I had the one, the other should become obvious, right? So probably I don't.

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  156. Stunning block. could not figure out your triangle puzzle.
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  157. I love the the table runner as it makes your blocks to have motion. But now the quilt is super as I love purple.
    I think I found the blocks of triangles. It is so interesting to try to figure out patterns in a pattern.

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  158. Your block is wonderful. Thanks for the setting ideas as well. I THINK I found one of the triangle blocks but couldn't for the life of me find the other. I'll be checking back!

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  159. Thanks for the hint...I found the orange and gray triangle quickly but the other looks more like a diamond...guess I need more of a hint.

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  160. I think they are gray and white...can't wait to try you block from vol 9.....

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  161. I am not sure I can see the two. I see one triangle, then I think I see three different triangles. But looking at your gallery, I would like to try making a few of your designs.

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  162. I am pretty sure I know but would love the book to make sure!

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  163. I thought I found them until the hint! I can't wait to see for sure :) Thanks for the chance to win. ksmith8@emich.edu

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  164. I thought I saw it then with the yellow lines I said uh.. no I dont see it!

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  165. I think i see the 2 blocks and then reverse them for other side? Very interesting indeed!!!

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  166. I'm going to have to see the reveal--very tricky piecing! The book looks like a lot if fun and I love your block!

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  167. Only two triangle units? I guess I'm going to have to wait for the reveal!

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  168. And just in time!!!... Triangles have been rolling around in my mind!! Lol... Awesome stuff!!

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  169. Yeah, it would require the book/pattern to figure it out. I'd LOVE to make this!

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  170. I think the triangles are the star points. I would love your book because stars and diamonds are my favorite blocks and pieces.
    reillyr2(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  171. I can see the triangles but have no idea how you created the block. I will need the book to understand this one.

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  172. I am not completely sure of the two separate triangles. It might be easier if I saw it in person. It is a very interesting quilt. I would love to have the book. Thanks.

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  173. One of the triangle blocks was easy to find, but the other a bit harder. Your clue helped.

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  174. I must admit, I see one, but because I can't see the other, I'm doubting myself on the first! Now I almost want your book more than the 100 Blocks book! Love this block too. It's definitely out of the box! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  175. I see one, and am almost thinking I see the other. But now I want the book more than the magazine so I can be sure. I'm sure when you show it, I'll feel a bit silly for not seeing it.

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  176. I can see the one with the orange and grey. But it is too late at night for me to see what is different about the darker part of the row. Now I'm verrrrry curious.

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  177. Not quite but spatial relations is not my strong suit!

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  178. I see the two triangles I think...one is light grey/orange the other is dark grey/blue. each block is made with a different triangle shape.

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  179. I love your block and the throw pattern design. I see 3 triangle units on the cover of Diamond Chains.

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  180. I love your block in issue #9. Couldn't see it .

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  181. Not sure if I got it right! Interesting!

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  182. Really like this block. Would love to try it out - it makes a killer table runner and wall hanging. Not quite sure if I got the blocks right - looking forward to finding out. Thanks for the opportunity.

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  183. Found the two blocks. At first thought there might be a third, but it was a different color set of one. Great looking quilt block and book. Thanks, From northern Iowa. . ..

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  184. Beautiful block. You've also shown the two colors I've really been loving together lately; the purple (favorite color) and lime green.

    You are just so sneaky the way you make things look so hard while they are actually super easy. I have stared and even enlarged the picture and am not positive I see the triangles. I think maybe I might, but I'm not sure

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  185. Even with the help I can't see it!! Too cool!!! thanks for the giveaway.

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  186. I love your Triangle Tricks block, and your Diamond Chain book looks great too!
    I think I can see one triangle--it's the light grey background with a sliver of reddish-orange to form those six-pointed stars. The other triangle has a column of tiny diamonds up the center, but I can't figure out how it is pieced. I would love to win your book to find out!

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  187. Fantastic block. Took awhile but I see it!

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  188. I see 3 different triangles. Love the block

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  189. I think one sign of a good quilt design is when it is hard to figure out the blocks -- and, no, I don't see just two.

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  190. That's a hard one for my tired little brain....

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  191. I had a hard time until I saw your hint. There is a triangle with the diamond pieces and a second triangle with the one angle done in a different color. Great design. I love your block Triangle tricks too!

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  192. This really is tricky! I finally see it -- so creative!

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  193. I do not see it, but that is ok. I love your block, very cute.

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  194. I couldn't find the triangle. But what a great block and the Stonehenge is always a favorite of mine.

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  195. Couldn't find the triangles until I saw your hint. Very cool design! And I love Triangle Tricks. Looks like a versatile block.

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  196. Your hint really helped. The one is pretty easy to see, but the second is harder. Nancy: rangerer@sbcglobal.net

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