Monday, November 5, 2012

100 Blocks Blog Tour


We are so excited to be part of the Quiltmaker's 100 Blocks Blog Tour and are proud that TWO It's Sew Emma blocks are featured, Hit the Slopes by Jocelyn Ueng and Spring Favorite by Kimberly Jolly! We had so much fun designing these blocks and are excited to show them off!


Kimberly and Jocelyn are here to introduce you to their blocks! Here is a peek at Spring Favorite by Kimberly Jolly and Hit the Slopes by Jocelyn Ueng.  Their preview will have you itching to get a copy of Quiltmaker's 100 Blocks Volume 6.


Kimberly: I love quilting with 1930s prints, and Judie Rothermel fabrics can’t be beat. I love traditional and simple blocks with a sweet vintage print. This block incorporates a perfect blend of flowers and 1930s. Whip up a row quilt with Spring Favorite, you can plant a row of flowers with a beautiful vintage look.


Jocelyn: I am so thrilled to have Hit the Slopes included in 100 Blocks! I was even more thrilled when I saw the newest issue at Market last week, and it was on the cover! That is craziness!

I was inspired by Kate Spain’s Joy fabric, which is so fresh and happy, to do something outdoorsy and contemporary. I wound up with this fun jagged block, which reminds me of gorgeous mountains layered thickly with fresh snow, ready for some ski action. As much as I love this block by itself, I am imagining it in a table runner or a wall hanging in time for Winter… time to get back to the drawing board!


Thanks to Quiltmaker for selecting our blocks to be in 100 Blocks Volume 6! Be sure to head over to their blog to see a full list of the bloggers and stop by to see their fabulous blocks!

As for the giveaway, we are giving away three copies of 100 Blocks Volume 6 to our Jolly Jabber readers!  For a chance to win leave a comment below letting us know what new collections you would use for Spring Favorite and Hit the Slopes! Contest closes Monday 11/12. Good luck!

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Vroomans' Quilts said...

Spring - Tapestry Petite and Slopes - Wintery a Year to Crow About

Martina said...

Oh I would love to use the little sweetharts fabrics.

Pat V. said...

I'd pick Tapestry Petite for spring and Alpine Wonderland for the slopes! These are two very cute blocks, great job!

Barbara said...

Apple jacks and alpine wonderland.

Anita said...

I would love to use Marmalade and Tapestry. thanks for the giveaway :)

Matt and Robyn Conners said...

I would love to use: Wingin' it, Flutter, or Monkey Around
Thanks for the giveaway!

mary mahoo said...

I'd use Ikebana and Tapestry Petite, for 2 completely different looks!

Sue Bone said...

Marmalade and Blitzen

ledamewood said...

For Spring Favorites I would use Little Sweethearts. For Hit the Slopes I would use Shiver Me Timbers

Alyce @ Blossom Heart Quilts said...

Happily Ever After would make a cute Slopes block, and Marmalade for Sping!

Swedish Scrapper said...

I'd use That's what boys are made of, and flutter, for the slopes block. And little sweethearts and happy ever after gingham for the spring block! Had fun pinning while I was looking :D

Susan said...

I'd use Marmalade for Spring Favorite and Blitzen for Hit the Slopes.

Debbie B Sam said...

Little Sweathearts for the Spring block (I've been itching to make a red/white quilt), and French General Favorites for the slopes block. Thanks!

Mary W Quilts said...

All Hands on Deck and Blitzen! Thanks, Mary

wolfgirl_28 said...

Tiger Lily Garden Grove for Spring and Happy Ever After on Slopes :)

Lisa Marie said...

Garden Grove for spring. I'd do Hit the Slopes in Cuzco -- I think it would make a great non-seasonal zig zag type quilt.

robin said...

I definately love the whole floressence line! Thanks for chance to win this amazing prize!

SarahZ said...

Marmalade popped to mind for the sweet flowers, and I would stick with Kate Spain Joy on the Slopes :) Looks like a fun book, for sure!

Julie N said...

Avalon for Spring Favorite and Bee Happy for Hit the Slopes. Why? Because they're new lines that are coming that have wonderful color combinations and I loved that.

Jitka Oherová, Czech Repubic said...

I would use my red, orange and yellow sraps for Spring favorite and Extraordinary World Chartreuse Wheels for Hit the Slopes.

Karen - Quilts...etc. said...

there are so many favorites of fabric that I have on my shelf I am not sure what ones I would use. I think I would wait until I got the book and then decide on fabric - Marmalade is one that is on the shelf and it might be the choice

kt said...

I would use Tapestry Petite for Spring Favorite, and Wintry A Year to Crow About for Hit the Slopes. Thanks for sharing!

Dana Gaffney said...

I'd like to see Spring Favorite in Cuzco, it's so bright and fresh and I would try Shiver Me Timbers in Hit the Slopes, I think it could double as an ocean block. Thanks.

Becky (My Fabric Obsession) said...

I would use Tula pinks new collection (under the sea?). I love it and hope to use it on every project this year! Haha!

VickiT said...

Congratulations for two blocks being included in this next issue of 100 Blocks. How awesome!

My choices for fabrics for both these blocks would be :
Spring Favorite ~ I think Little Sweethearts by Renee Nanneman would make a very pretty block and for Hit the Slopes ~ I’d love to see this block made using Monkey Around by Bethany Berndt Shackelford. I think that would make a fun block in a quilt for a child with the movement in that block.

Kerry said...

Oooh choices- Spring Favourite-Flutter, Riley Blake.
Hit the Slopes-Ikebana, Dear Stella fabrics.
Soo many great fabrics to choose from.
Fabulous blocks.

Donna said...

Little sweethearts for me. Love your block.

Carrie P. said...

such fun blocks. congrats.
I like Juliet.

SueB said...

Thanks for sharing, I would have to use Judy Rothermil fabrics. Just love them.

Beth said...

I think shiver me timbers would be bright and fun!

Ellen said...

Thank you for this opportunity! Marmalade, Cuzco and Flutter! Beautiful collections!

Tamsyn said...

Super cute block. Tamsyn

Nancy said...

I'd use Kaffe Fassett's Spot On for Spring Favorite and Big Red for Hit the Slopes (I live in the South, which is not big on snow skiing - we'd go mudding!) LOL!

Sharon said...

I think the collections you used in your blocks are perfect. I wouldn't change a thing.

Stitchin' and a Prayin' said...

Love "Hit the Slopes"!! Congrats on making the cover as well!

KarenH said...

I would use Marmalade by Bonnie and Camille.

Lesley said...

Love the fabrics and these cute blocks! Kate Spain's Joy would be my choice!

Marj said...

For spring Flutter by Riley Blake.
Blitzin for hitting the slopes.

Margaret said...

I think Blitzen and maybe some Kona solids from my scraps.

Carla said...

Casually Wingin' It for Spring Favorite and Shiver Me Timbers for Hit the Slopes.

Great job on the blocks!

QuiltingU said...

Love the "Happy Ever After" fabric, and since I seem to be in kid-quilt mode these days, that could be a very sweet option for your blocks!

Lauriejo said...

I love both of the blocks just as they are, but I am looking forward to using Moda's new Collection for a Cause fabrics.

vwlady said...

I'd use Farmer's Market Kona cotton solids and French general Favorites. Congrats on making it into the new issue!

Diana said...

Since my grandbaby boy is a huge Thomas fan, I'd use the hew Who's that Train collection. I love Fat Quarter Shop. Thanks for the opportunity to win a copy of 100 Blocks!

Christy said...

Hard to decide. Love Tapestry and anything with dots..like Kaffe's spots.

Connie said...

Great block! I would pick Joy by Kate Spain!

Maria said...

For the flower I think I'd pick French General Favorites Clair Texture and for the slope nothing else but Monkey Around! Congrats to you both and thank you for a great give away.

hiyacinth said...

I would use Indigo Revival for both!

drmithome said...

Cuzco for spring and Alpine Wonderland for the Slopes.

Kathy ~~~ said...

Flutter or monkey around would be my choice. Thanks for the chance to win.

Maryjo said...

I love Wingin' It and Love to Garden so I would use those. Congratulations on your blocks...love them!!!!

Mary Jane said...

Love the design for Christmas!!

Muttmomkay said...

Spring deserves the Casually Winging It collection, very sweet and springy!

Erin said...

Spring I'd use "The Sweetest Thing" (LOVE that line!!)
and
Hit the Slopes I'd use "Fair Juliet Collection" - I think it would look really pretty in those muted classic tones and patterns :)

Thanks for the opportunity to win!
mummyquilts@gmail.com

Kathy said...

Cuzco for Spring and Shiver me Timbers for Slope.

brookemarie19 said...

I really like the shiver me timbers collection. The flower block is soo cute!

SewWhatsNew said...

French General is a favorite of mine. Thanks for the chance to win.

Sandra said...

Freesia Garden Grove for Spring Favorite and Ikebana for Hit the Slopes.

Kathryn said...

I think Hit the Slopes would be good with Dancing in the Rain batiks.

Abbigail said...

Little sweethearts and alpine!
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Jennifer Schifano Thomas said...

Love, love, love both of these blocks! I wonder what they would look like together? Don't pick me, I'm on the tour, too. Have a super day!

Kelly said...

I'm a marmalade fan! Also like the freesia garden grove.

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

I would use the Little Sweethearts collection for the Spring Favorite block.

Tami C said...

I just loved the collections that were used for both of the blocks. I live in Colorado and think Hit the Slopes needs to go on my table right away! Thanks for the chance to win.

Mary said...

I think the Garden Grove by Kim Diehl would be great for Spring Favorite and I would stay with Joy for the Hit the Slopes.
Great blocks!

mascanlon said...

I would use Tapestry for the Spring block and then go for a totally different look for Hit the slopes with Dancing in the Rain! Thanks for the chance to play and tour.

M.W. said...

I would love use Snap Pop by Sandy Gervais for the Spring Block and I really like Joy for the Hit the Slopes.

Shawn

Margaret said...

I would take little sweethearts for spring and Blizen for hit the slops

Marg P said...

This is my third year making a Christmas quilt with Kate Spain's Christmas fabric - purchased from the FQS:)- so I HAVE to choose Joy by Kate Spain for Hit the Slopes. I love her designs so much that I would also pick her fabulous new line Cuzco for Spring Favorite. She's the best!!

B Greene said...

I would use Cuzco for Hit the Slopes! and Seven Wonders for Spring Favorite (wouldn't that be fabulous and so different)!

DonnaP said...

I really like these two blocks! Thank you for sharing them and thank you for the opportunity to win!

Bernie said...

Congratulations -- especially on the cover! Thanks for sharing the blocks.

blondie19012k said...

For spring I would use Wingin' it or Cuzco, for Hit the Slopes I would use All Hands On Deck! :)

Cathy said...

Love the blocks. Thanks for a chance to win a copy of the magazine. Hugs

Mom who loves to sew said...

Love love love Alpine Wonderland and Hit the Slopes. Thanks for the chance to win.

Anonymous said...

Really like both blocks. Thank you for the chance to win.

Mariana Nortje said...

I think this block would make for a very, veeeery interesting quilt.

Ramona said...

I'm loving Seven Wonders right now and would live to try it in either block. Really like Love to Garden and Casually Winging It. They might make sweet blocks. Would like to try Rising Sun for the Spring Forward block.

Thanks for the chance to win.

Sandra said...

I totally agree with the Joy Fabric by Kate Spain for the Hit the Slopes Block. I just love her fabric and certainly makes a great quilt block. The 1930's prints by Judie Rothermel is another great line of fabric and does make the Spring Favorite a favorite for the Quiltmaker's 100 Blocks Volume 6 issue. Good jobs by both designers. Thank you for the chance to win such a fantastic magazine.

Sandi T.
sandit1@sbcglobal.net

Gill said...

I'd use 'Flutter' by Quilted Fish!

kynomi said...

I love the ones you have chosen. What could be better?

Joni said...

Rose Juliet by Anna Griffin for the Springtime Flowers and then I would shake it up a bit with Tapestry Petite collection by Fig Tree for the
hitting the slopes pattern. thanks!

Sandra Yost said...

I would use Little Sweethearts for Spring and I would use Future Spirit of Christmas Fat Quarter Bundle for Hit the Slopes.

bairdmtn said...

I think Flutter is a great line, but then I am partial to RED!!

bethstrand said...

I could see using the Stonehenge for hit the slopes to give it a different look but thirties are just perfect for your flowers...I'm already seeing a spring table runner and I don't even have the magazine yet!

annemarie said...

Marmalade is calling my name!

Cindy said...

Really like the Taoestry Petite collection, as well as, Monkey Around to make your 2 quilt blocks. Thanks for the chance to win.

Stray Stitches (Linda G) said...

Love To Garden would work up very nicely in Spring Favorites!! Thanks for the opportunity to enter your wonderful giveaway!

Glenna said...

Little Sweethearts for Spring

Lori said...

i would start with True Blue Kona Cotton Solids

Lis said...

I'm am dying over Sweetest Thing and would use it in everything I make for the next year!
lisamcgriff(at)hotmail(dot)com

Anonymous said...

Anything Kansas Troubles, thanks for the chance to win.
mhinders@myclearwave.net

Sandy D said...

I would use Little Sweethearts for Spring and Tiger Lily Garden Grove for Hit The Slopes

Suzanne said...

I think I like it best in the Kate Spain fabric but also Flutter would look great too.

Barbara @ Nähtante Quilts said...

That's a really difficult choice!
I can't decide between the Elderberry Jam Batics and the Kona Solids Roll Ups, I fall for both batiks and solids.

Kim said...

Love marmalade, little sweethearts and so much more. Thanks for the change to win!

Barb66 said...

I love Kate Spains' fabric Joy in the Hit The Slope Block, I would like to try Anna Griffens' Rose Juliet in the Spring Favorite. Great blocks.

WoolenSails said...

I think Love to Garden would be a nice choice to give them a whole new look and make nice spring/summer quilts.

Debbie

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

Garden Grove for Spring Favorite and Cuzco for the Hit the Slopes. Thanks!

dorothy said...

I like both blocks..both pieced and do not appear difficult at all!

BizyStitches said...

I would use Tiger Lily Garden Grove, and I would use the same fabric as you did for the slope. THese are both darling cute blocks. Thanks

♥Duff said...

Flutter and French General, respectively. thanks for the opportunity to have some fun!

quiltma said...

I think Little Sweetheart would be perfect.

Nancy D. said...

I think one of the Wingin' it bundles from Buggy Barn would be pretty sweet.

MoeWest said...

I think Spring Favorite would look good in Casually Winging It by Buggy Barn. I really like Hit the Slopes as shown in Joy fabric. From the new collections, Tapestry Petite by Fig Tree would be nice.

Rachell said...

For Spring, I would use a combo of Little Sweethearts and Dancing in the Rain batiks.
And probably Cuzco for Hitting the Slopes (with some blue Kona solids thrown in)
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Nita said...

Mint florescence and Ikebana. Love them!

Patty said...

I want to get Tapesry and think it would be great for the flower and Blitzen for the other block.

Pat said...

Happily Ever After would be my favorite along with Blitzen. Thanks for the chance to win.

Cecilia said...

Congratulations on your two blocks! I would use
Little Sweethearts -Spring
Cuzco -Slopes

Debra Kay Neiman said...

I would use Wintery collrction

Pat S. said...

Marmelade and Garden Grove would be my choices. Thanks sew much for this chance to win!

Regina said...

oh no idea- as I am mainly a scrappy grab everything but the kitchen sink quilter - but these blocks would lend themselves to that, too!!

giddy99 said...

I would use Kaffe Fassett's Simply Spots! Thanks for the chance!

Lee said...

Marmalade and Apline Wonderland! thank you~!

Pam said...

For Spring Favorite I could see it in Tapestry Petite. Cuzco would also be great for Hit the Slopes! Love the designs! Congrats on being in the new publication!

Maureen said...

Thanks so much for a chance at the give-away.
I would play around with "Love To Garden" for the Spring Favourite & "Cuzco" for Hitting the Slopes.
mgw070 at shaw dot ca

Colette said...

Like the patterns I think that the Spring Favorite pattern would look totally cute in the Sweetest Things fabric line by Holly Holderman. Hit the Slopes I want to do in the Roughing it line by Laurie Wisbrun.

vickievanphd said...

What fun blocks!!

banjo795 said...

I would use the Winter Wonderland collection from Timeless Treasures for the Winter Slopes block, and I think the flower block would look very sophisticated in Asian Peony.

Candy Soehren said...

So many great fabrics to choose from! I love French General and Kaffe's spots.

Loris said...

Casually Winging it by Buggy Barn for the flower. Jocelyn's choice of Kate Spain's fabric is perfect for Hit the Slopes.

hjs said...

still loving all the fabrics I bought for Christmas so haven't checked out all spring collections; but do like the color in Mill Book Series.

BillieBee (billiemick) said...

Sure love the Causally Wingin it!

Sally Hurst said...

I'm thinking Little Sweethearts for the Spring Favorite and Blitzen for the Hit the Slopes.

~Michelle~ said...

Ikebana!

jillquilts said...

I think that Chateau Rouge would be perfect for the slopes block!

Amy Stubbings said...

I'd use the Thomas Who's that train bundle for my son. Monkey All Around is tempting, though. I've got baby quilts to make!

The Patchsmith said...

I would use Love to Garden for Spring Favourite and Wingin' It for Hit the Slopes. Both blocks are fab.

Gladys said...

I love the tulip block!

Angelia B said...

Spring Favorite would look great with Flutter Fat Quarter Bundle
The Quilted Fish for Riley Blake Designs, while Hit the Slope would be wonderful with Kaffe's Spot On Fat Quarter Bundle
Kaffe Fassett for Westminster Fibers

craftytammie said...

I think flutter would be cute for spring favorite, and I love seven wonders, think it would make an awesome man quilt with hit the slopes! great blocks!

Dee said...

Very adorable blocks. I would go to my favs for both blocks - Frence General.

Annette said...

Buttercream Bella and Flannel Fresh Fallen Snow.....thanks for a chance to win!

Gwen said...

Marmalade and Joy would be the choices. Thanks for the chance to win.

Becky S. said...

Cute blocks!!! I would use Marmalade for Spring Favorite and Cuzco for Hit the Slopes.
Thanks for the chance to win.

marcia said...

Both blocks are great. Love the new way to make the flower leaves. Bet there are lots of interesting things that can be done with a bunch of the slope blocks. Twist & turn to make new designs!

Beth said...

Congratulations on inclusion in this issue--I really enjoy poring over all the blocks.

I'd choose Flutter (my current crush) for Spring Favorite. For Hit the Slopes I'd go with Ikebana--not a holiday print, but it has good contrast and I think it would make a great quilt for one of my brothers.

artbylauralewis said...

the blues in butterfly bliss would be a wonderful way to show off the lovely lines in the "slopes" block. I just love stripes and mediums in a patchwork block.

Many thanks on a wonderful blog and such beautiful designs :>

artbylauralewis (at) gmail (dot) com

Sara said...

Love these blocks, especially the the zig zag block which will be a great idea for a grandchild quilt. So - thinking about fabric I would love to use either some of the Cuzco fabrics by Kate Spain or maybe the Extraordinary World line.

tanya said...

i am getting more excited with each block i see!

supersara20 said...

I thin both would look great with Cuzco.

QuilterKat said...

How about some sort of numbers or money fabric for Hit the Slopes? That could be interesting. Unfortunately, I'm not too familiar with the latest collections. Congratulations on getting the blocks published in the book.

Anonymous said...

I would love to use "French General" for Spring Favorite & "Kaffe's Spot On" for Hit The Slopes. I love your blocks. I'm looking forward to designing a quilt with them.
Thanks for an opportunity to win.
Nancy Smith
jernan5@swbell.net

Sandi1100 said...

Marmalade for Spring and either Joy fabric or Cherry Christmas for Hit the Slopes. Both are nice blocks. Thanks for the chance to win.

Tiara said...

I love Shiver me Timbers probably more for the slopes block and something girly for the spring block maybe flutter

Kathy Lancaster said...

I would love to use Marmalade and Tapestry. Hope I win.

Crazy Cuban said...
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free indeed said...

Wintery A year to crow about for the Hit the slopes

and Casually Wingin it for the other...I especially love the colors of this bundle!!!!

Debbie said...

I like the variety in the Kaffe's Spot On, good for both blocks!

Crazy Cuban said...
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Diann Smith said...

Kaffe Fasset Spot On for Spring. Skiing? WHAT'S THAT? don't know much about snow.

jrt14 said...

I think I would use Rising Sun to make the Hit the Slopes block. I think Tapestry Petite would look nice for Spring Favorite block.

Lori H said...

I don't think I would change fabric choices as I happen to have both!

Nita said...

Sweet Florescence and Ikebana for me! Thanks for the chance to win!

Mary Ann R said...

Spring - Marmalade Hit the Slopes -Deck the Halls Spot on mixed with Homeward O Tinsel Tree (Robert Kaufman)

Shar said...

Hit the Slopes

Freesia Garden Grove Fat Quarter Bundle

Spring Favorite

Flutter Fat Quarter Bundle
The Quilted Fish

Stephanie said...

Both blocks are really nice, but I do love the modern, geometric feel to "hit the slopes." Congratulations and thanks for sharing.

Stephanie said...

Both blocks are really nice, but I do love the modern, geometric feel to "hit the slopes." Congratulations and thanks for sharing.

Crazy Cuban said...

For "Hit the Slopes" I would use Jinny Beyer's "A Jinny Beyer Holiday", and for "Spring Favorite" I would use Kathy Brown's "Abigail".

Lisa E said...

I would use "Simply Color" or "Cuzco". Love those new lines!

TheStylishHome said...

I would love to try Spring Favorite in Tapestry Petite and Hit the Slopes! in Rising Sun.... would be very curious to see what that would do to the block :) Thanks! and Congrats on the 2 entries!

Pam said...

I don't think I can choose just ONE to make something out of this year. Hehe. I love the romantic neutral of Rose Juliet and the Garden pack.

But I really love the whimsy look of Harvest time and Wintery A Year to Crow about. These would make a great set of placemats a cute apron or even a wallhanging for the kitchen. Too many ideas!

mefutch said...

Am always looking for fun novelty fabric - Thanks for a fun block.

Kathy H said...

I would use the marmalade for spring favorites. and the hit the slopes fabric would be cherry christmas.

Beth in TN said...

I think Cherry Christmas might work in the Hit the Slopes block. That is the most interesting block I've seen so far in the blog hop!

Lori L said...

Tiger Lily Garden Grove would be my choice. Love the blocks and would love to win a copy. Thanks

Carla G said...

Great blocks!! I'd use Butterfly Bliss for the Spring Favorite block. And for Hit the Slopes I'd use the mainly the blues from Flutter or Blitzen for a wintery feel. :)

Aliza said...

I would love to use Fall 2012 Pure Organic Kona Cotton Solids Fat Quarter Bundle. Such lovely colors.

Karrie S said...

Congrats on your blocks! I'm obsessed with Winterkist, so I would use the collection on both blocks!!

Gma 3 said...

Lovely

quilary said...

I'd use Butterfly bliss for Spring Favourite and marmalade for Hit the Slopes

Lou said...

Love the 30's flower!!!!!
It would look so good in teh marmalade fabrics!

Cathy said...

I would pick Freesia Garden for the Spring Favorite and French General Favorites for Hit the Slopes.
QuiltinGram
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Becky said...

Thank you for sharing your blocks with us! I especially liked reading about fabric choices. For Spring Favorite, I would use Wingin' It by Buggy Barn. For Hit the Slopes!, my choice is Cuzco by Kate Spain. Many thanks!

Anonymous said...

I'd use That's What Little Boys Are Made Of by Spring Favorite and Rising Sun by Exclusively Quilters for the Hit The Slopes
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Jodi - usairdoll said...

Great blocks! I'd use Cuzco for Spring Favorite and Joy for Hit the Slopes.

Thank you and Quiltmaker for an awesome giveaway and a chance to win.

usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

samtaylorcjsmimi said...

Wow - Congratulations for not only getting your blocks into the 100 Blocks book - but making the cover! That's awesome. I really love the Hit the Slopes block - the fabric is really fun!

ANGIE TERRY said...

Buttercream Bella for Spring Favorites

How the Grinch Stole Christmas for Hit the Slopes

Rosa said...

Congratulations on being on this issue!!.

Marmalade and Tapestry Petite.

Sallie said...

Spring Favorite - Tapestry Azure; Hit the Slopes - Cuzco Cornflower. Thanks for the great giveaway!

barefootT said...

I would like to try the spring block in butterfly bliss. and the winter block is perfect in the joy collection, and I would also make it with some leftovers I have of ready set snow..

The Village Queen said...

LOve To Garden and French General for the second. Great blocks, Thanks for the chance!

Carol Sc said...

I like the fabric collections you have chosen to use. I think Jocelyn's block looks like it can be rotated into many different arrangements.

ndquilts said...

I would use French General fabrics for making Kimberly's tulip block. So pretty.

cbd2049e-2795-11e2-8592-000bcdcb8a73 said...

Your blocks look like they will make a really fun quilt!

DebrafromMD said...

I would use Tapestry by Fig Tree.

Loquacious Life said...

I love Butterfly Bliss for the slopes and Juliet series for the spring. ;)

Marie Atkinson said...

Very cute blocks!

Madeline said...

Little Sweethearts is my favorite, tho it was a hard choice.

barefootT said...

I would like to try the spring pattern in butterfly bliss. I have some ready set snow leftover from another project that would be perfect for hit the slopes

Alberta Diane said...

I would like to use garden grove or butterfly bliss. I love spring.

CINDY STOWE said...

I can see the flower done in a batik.
Cindy Stowe

grammygwendolyn said...

I would use Tiger Lily Garden Grove and Freesia Garden Grove for the Spring Favorite block.

Quilt Monkey said...

I think Spring Favorite would look good in Wingin' It, and Hit the Slopes would look good in Cuzco. What fun!

Verna A. said...

Spring Favorite: Cuzco
Hit the Slopes: Joy

Joanna said...

Hugs and Holly for Hit the Slopes and Love to Garden for Spring Favorite. Really cute blocks. Congrats on being chosen.

Debbie said...

For Spring, Little Sweethearts or Rising Sun and for the slopes Tiger Lily Garden Grove. Thanks

Robyn said...

I haven't been able to see all the new lines yet but Barbara Brackman's is always a favorite. I also really like Kate Spain's.

Cynthia Carlson said...

I love the Rising Sun by Exclusively Quilters Fabrics.

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