Quiltmakers 100 Blocks Vol. 13 Blog Tour: Day 3

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Hello, quilters! Thanks for visiting our100 Blocks Vol. 13 Blog Tour.We are on day 3 of our weeklong tour celebrating the release of Quiltmakers 100 Blocks Vol. 13.This new edition of 100 Blocks includes 100 new creative quilt blocks from todays top quilt designers. The issue is now available on newsstands, or you can grab a print or digital issue now from our online shop. We hope youll join us each day this week, May 2-6, as we dive into the issue with quilt block previews, designer inspiration and lots of giveaways!

Lets Preview Some Blocks:

QM BEAM Quiltmakers 100 Blocks Vol. 13 Blog Tour: Day 3

Dewdrops block designed by Carolyn Beam

Dewdrops:QM content director Carolyn Beam designed this lovely pieced block. The fabrics shown here are from the Lily line by Alice Kennedy for Timeless Treasures. Carolyn used the AccuQuilt Go! Qube Mix & Match 6 Block to cut the patches for this block.

QM LUCKAU Quiltmakers 100 Blocks Vol. 13 Blog Tour: Day 3

Summer Strawberry block designed by Konda Luckau

Summer Strawberry:What could be cuter than a strawberry block? This pieced block designed by Konda Luckau would be so sweet to use in a fun summer-themed quilt.

QM FOWLER Quiltmakers 100 Blocks Vol. 13 Blog Tour: Day 3

Flutter Wheel block designed by Eileen Fowler

Flutter Wheel: Designed by our past associate editor Eileen Fowler, this gorgeous block is shown here in Bali Batiks from Hoffman California Fabrics. The differences between Eileens batiks are subtle you can make yours as subtle or as bold as youd like.

QM GENTRY Quiltmakers 100 Blocks Vol. 13 Blog Tour: Day 3

Butterfly Strings block designed by Kay Gentry

Butterfly Strings:This beauty was designed by Kay Gentry. The string piecing is done first, directly on the paper foundation. Kay used AccuQuilt GO! die 55014 to pre-cut strips.

Todays Featured Designers:

Follow the links below to visit each designers blog page to read about their individualquilt block designs featured in 100 Blocks Vol. 13 andcatch giveaways on their blogs, too! Note: Please follow the instructions on each of their blog posts to be entered in their giveaways.

1. Anne Wiens
2. Abigail Dolinger
3. Kay Mackenzie
4. Shelley Cavanna
5. Denise Russart
6. Kate Colleran
7. Yolanda Fundora
8.Fat Quarter Shop

Now For Our Giveaway!

Our sponsor for Day 3 of this blog tour is AccuQuilt.

They are hosting a giveaway on their blog today and, they have donated some fabulous quilting books for our giveaway too: GO! Sampler Mix & Match Blocks & Quilt Patterns by Eleanor Burns as well as theGO! Inspired With the AccuQuilt Go! Pattern book.

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Leave a comment here on this blog post by midnight Thursday, May 5 telling us which Vol. 13 block youve seen today has inspired you the most for a chance to win a copy of 100 Blocks Vol. 13 plus these two books or a collection of other surprise quilty goodies.

  • Four winners will receive a copy of 100 Blocks Vol. 13 and these two books
  • Two winners will receive a copy of 100 Blocks Vol. 13 as well as quilty goodies from Quiltmaker and some of our featured block designers

Winners will be chosen and notified Friday, May 6.

The winners of the Vol.13 Blog Tour: Day 3 prizes are Loriann Fish, Emily C, Kathie L, Joanna, Jikta and Linda E in AZ. Winners have been notified by email!

See You Tomorrow for Day 4!

Come back tomorrow for more block previews, designer inspiration and giveaways!

P.S. Are you sewing along on our 100 Blocks Sampler Sew Along? The 100 Blocks Sampler is a great quilt comprised of blocks from past issues of 100 Blocks reduced to just 6. New sew along blogs are posted every Wednesday here on Quilty Pleasures. Todays post even includes a BONUS giveaway you can enter check it out here!

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