Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Quiltmaker's 100 Blocks Blog Tour

So, um, I have a secret. However, if you read Julie's blog, it's not really a secret anymore! My quilting momma approves!! Yeah! ;)
You have all heard of this magazine, right?
Well today marks day two of the blog tour for the release of Volume #3 of this "must have" magazine!
If you happen upon this magazine, check out page 75. You will see this...
It's my block!! See!! **jumps up and down**

I am so excited to be among 99 other amazing quilters!!! 

This magazine goes on sale on May 10th, 2011 so keep your eyes open!! You won't want to miss all these amazing blocks!! 

Also, keep checking Quiltmakers blog, Quilty Pleasures, for more quilters on this blog tour to have a chance to win this magazine!!

In case you are interested in seeing how this block would look in a lay out, here are a few examples:



Now, on to the good stuff, right?! 

Want to win a copy of 100 Blocks, Volume #3?? 

Just leave me one comment, say whatever you wish, (but remember we are creative folk here) *wink* and I will randomly choose a winner on May 6th at 8pm (cst)!!

Good luck and I hope you join us on the blog tour!! Lots O giveaways going on that you won't want to miss!!

Much Love!!!

249 comments :

  1. Love your square! Congratulations!!

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  2. Congratulations!! I saw you block over on your "Quilting Mama's" blog. ; )

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  3. Well... I have to say... I was half sleep watching the blocks (it's almost midnight here) and now my eyes are peeled... absolutely love your block and the colors you used for it, a double wow for you!!!! ;), congrats for your awesome block and for being published

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  4. I love your block! This book would be a welcome start to my library of quilting books - it seems so basic, yet full of wonderful stuff! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  5. Whatever you wish.....oh you didn't mean literally say that... well I just did! Congrats on having your block published, and thanks for the chance to win, I so want to win one of these, it costs me an arm and a leg to have magazines delivered here!!

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  6. That's an awesome block - looks like streamers on a pinwheel or something - love it. :) Congratulations on having it included in Volume 3 of 100 Blocks!!! :)

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  7. De-lurking to say hello and thanks for the chance to win the mag! I love your block! The pinwheels really pop!

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  8. I love your block! I have issue 2 of this mag and it is so inspirational, I am sure issue 3 is even better!

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  9. Congratulations! I like what you've done.

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  10. Congrats! Your block looks fantastic!

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  11. Wow! This is a great block and a lot of possibilities. Love your fabric choice very much! Congrats and thanks for the chance to win a copy of the magazine

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  12. congratulations Karrie ! Seems 2011 is definitely becoming your year, hard work and a positive attitude do pay off.

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  13. Delightful block! Great job
    Thanks for sharing

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  14. Wow what an amazing block....Well done.

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  15. Congrats on being published. That is really cool!

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  16. congratulations...your block looks good

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  17. Really nice block. Congratulations!

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  18. Oh! I would love to have this magazine...but even more I love the idea of having a quilting mama. Where can I get one of Those?

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  19. KarrieLyne!! LOOK AT YOU TO GIRL!!! This is GREAT!!! I am so proud of you!!!! Congrats yet again! How flippin exciting is this???? YAY!!!!!!

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  20. Thanks for the chance to win! Your block is fantastic. I'm enjoying the tour of blocks and adding more projects to my "wish there were more than 24 hours in a day" list!

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  21. If Julie's a quilting mama, then I better check my pulse LOL..Congratulations on getting in the magazine. The first 2 editions were amazing and this one is sure to be the same.

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  22. That's one sexy block! I've never been a huge fan of flying geese (bias brought to you courtesy of bird poop on shoulder), but that quilt block looks doable and awesome, all at once!

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  23. I love this block! Congrats!!!

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  24. Beautiful block. I especially like it set on point. Lots of possibilities for color combinations and such. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  25. What a cute block Kerri! Congrats in being in the magazine, that is so cool.

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  26. Pinwheels are my favorite--what a great block!

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  27. What a lovely twist on a classic! You can't go wrong with flying geese. Thanks for the alternate layouts- always inspiring.

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  28. realy cute block-does it have a name?

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  29. How fun is that block! I just love it!

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  30. Wonderful giveaway and opportunity to win a really great book. Love your block and this would be a good stash buster. Judy C

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  31. Cute block! I'm beginning to like FG better than HST for pinwheels, so it's nice to see a block that uses they so well. :)

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  32. Your block is very creative, need to give it a try. Congrats.

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  33. I love your block! When I saw it on Julies blog I kept thinking, I have got to see the picture for how it looks all together because it's going to be awesome. And it is. totally want to make one :)

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  34. I always love looking at your creations! Your block is doable and works so well to create an entire quilt...gotta make it!

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  35. Pinwheels!!! I love 'em!!! Win or lose I will be making this block!!! Thank you.

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  36. What a fun block! I kept on seeing the geese, but I guessed it can be a pinwheel, too. LOL

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  37. Congrats! Great block, and I love seeing the different setting options. Thanks for sharing!

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  38. Congrats on having your very creative block published! Gotta love those pinwheels!

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  39. It is a wonderful block! I love how combining elements you can come up with whole new blocks.. you wouldn't think that new blocks could still be created... but it is still possible.. and 100 new ones all in one book.. treasure!!

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  40. My very favorite setting is on-point. It really highlights the pinwheels. Nicely done!

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  41. love the movement of this block. so fun and fresh feeling. great job! nelfamily at windjammercable dot net

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  42. So many ideas with all of these great blocks... I'll have to tell my husband that I need to quit my job and just sew all day!

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  43. Lovely quilt, I'm a fan of pinwheels.

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  44. What an interesting block you have created. I love the quilt!

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  45. Congrats! Cool block. Love seeing it in a quilt lay out.

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  46. Congratulations on having your block published in the magazine! Yes, I imagine your mama is proud!!

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  47. That block looks like it could be a creative way to use up some scraps. I love it. Thanks for a chance to win!

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  48. I am sooooo in love with the second layout!! Congrats to you!

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  49. Hi Karrie congratulations! i love the 2nd layout but also see it in blues....

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  50. I really like the second layout. In bright colors.

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  51. I've never found this in the UK so I tried really hard to win a copy of vol 1 and 2 and failed - Perhaps third time lucky??

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  52. Love your block set on point. Can't wait for the magazine to hit the shelves.

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  53. I really like your block! Thanks for the opportunity to win the copy of 100 Blocks, Volume #3.

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  54. You have a done a great job on your block and congrats on having picked to go into the new book!
    Your color scheme is great and the on point was wonderful in the whole quilt! Thanks!

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  55. Patched Geese, eh? What else can I say but HONK HONK!??! LOVE the block.

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  56. Nice block. thank you for the opportunity to win a copy of the magazine.
    Mary

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  57. I like the on point layout the best. Being on point makes the pinwheel look extra spin-y. That is a technical term- spin-y.

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  58. Congratulations! I love the block-flying geese have always intimidated me, but your quilts are gorgeous-may have to try again!

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  59. Congratulations!!!! I love seeing how one block can create many different quilts.

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  60. Nice job updating a fg pinwheel design. The other pieced blocks give it pizzaz! Like those bright and airy fabrics too :o)

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  61. Sqeals!! I buy this every year, my favorite quilting mag!!!!!

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  62. Congrats. That looks amazing.Love the color placement.

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  63. I really like your block and the fabric you chose really makes it pop.

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  64. There's alot of movement with your block. The variety of quilts made with different fabric choices will all look spectacular!

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  65. Beautiful block and I love the different settings you used.

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  66. Congrats on the block. That magazine looks like it will be awesome.

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  67. Fabulous block! That book looks awesome!

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  68. Love your block. Looks great in a quilt. Thanks for the chance to win a copy of the magazine.

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  69. I LOVE that block and the layout suggestions - fabulous!!

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  70. Now this is a block I can really use as I have some leftover FG from a quilt I made for my sis. Thanks for the nice idea!

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  71. I love the block and I love the fabric you used. Love everything. You are so talented. Can't wait drool all over this magazine.

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  72. This is a great block. I can see a lot of possiblities with it. Thank you. Take care and God bless, Cory

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  73. Great block. Great book. Sparks my imagination and creativity!

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  74. I have always liked pinwheels. Your quilt looks great.

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  75. Wow, a fellow Illinois resident. Congratulations on having your block published! It is very pretty! I love the fabrics you used also. Hopefully you will choose me as I would love to have the chance to make all of the gorgeous blocks in 100 Blocks, vol. 3. I have been working on a pinwheel quilt for my granddaughter. It was the second quilt that I ever started, but I have joined several blocks of the month and haven't had a chance to finish it yet.

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  76. Gorgeous block! Congratulations on making the magazine! Would love to win and create all these blocks!

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  77. I have yet to ever get one of these magazines. I see them and think, I want that. But then never buy it! I think I'll have to get this issue. That is, if I don't win it here! ;)

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  78. Congrats...love your block! I have the first two issues and have to get the third as well!

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  79. This is going to be really hard-again! I so far love ALL the blocks I have seen (10?) and there are SO many more to go. Just like laast issue, and the one before that! this is fun, to have so many more good ideas for quilts.(Like we dont have enough to fill our brains already!)
    Good One.

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  80. Okay, so I just discovered this website called fuautocorrect.com

    Do you have a smartphone that auto-corrects your words into totally inappropriate, embarrassing things? I do!

    This website is very entertaining.

    Thanks for the chance!

    www.skippitydodahquilts.blogspot.com

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  81. Congratulations. Love your colorful block!

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  82. Love your block, one of my favorites so far on the "blog tour"!

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  83. I like your block and thanks for showing different examples of how it would look in a quilt.

    Amy
    amy(dash)elisabeth(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  84. This could be the scrapbuster block I have been looking for. Thanks much!

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  85. Good job! Your mom must be so proud of you! I would be!

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  86. Quilting Mama Blog in one that I often visit Love to Blog!
    I really like your block and Want to say Thank You for a Chance to Win!

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  87. I love pinwheel blocks and yours goes just beyond that which is great. Thanks for showing how the block would look in a quilt too. I definitely like visual ideas.

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  88. Congrats. Neat block--I see lots of possibilities with this...

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  89. I like the addition of piecing in the block corners (rectangles) --- the possibilities are endless! and, thanks for giving the different layouts. I will have trouble deciding which blocks I like best --- they all inspire.

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  90. I like your block - it reminds me of ribbon dancers. :)

    Linda

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  91. That's a great name for your block, and it describes it perfectly.

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  92. You are such a rock star, KarrieLyn! Congratulations! You're making it really big this year. I couldn't be more happy for you! Love that block!

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  93. Looks like Pinwheels on Parade to me! What a fun quilt and a great block with lots of happy movement.

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  94. Beautiful block, you deserve to be in the book. Congrats!!

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  95. Good job. It looks like a fun block to piece.Congratulations.

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  96. Love our "thoughtful responses" vs."comments". Pinwheels are happy and give so much movement to a quilt.

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  97. Congrats on being in this great magazine! I liked the first of your 2 quilt layouts -- nice looking block, and even better when I see it in a quilt.

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  98. Woo hoo..congrats to you and your quilting momma! This magazine is kinda like People's Top 100 beautiful people..you are part of the quilting ranks top 100 blocks! Yipee skippy, another reason to celebrate more fabric! Lisa in Texas

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  99. I love the hot pink border set straight on the first possible layout. Pinwheels are a happy design element. I guess I think about the ones on a stick I always played with growning up. Happy times. Adore your "wink" comment--I'll have to use it sometime too! Sandi

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  100. Nice block for contempory fabrics. Congratulation for being being chosen as one of the 100.

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  101. Congratulations for having your cute block chosen to be one of the 100.

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  102. Very nice block, I do like the 2nd layout best

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  103. I love your block and the second layout is also my favorite. Really like your blog too!

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  104. I love the block and the settings you showed. Congratulations on being selected for the magazine.

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  105. Beautiful block!
    I love the first layout :D

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  106. One in a hundred? No way - You're one in a million! Congrats.
    sunshdws@yahoo.com

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  107. Great block design, and love the additional layouts you suggested. Congrats on being included.

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  108. You look like a real sweethheat and sound like one, too. I have always loved pinwheels. You added an extra flair to my favorite block! Thanks!

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  109. Pinwheels! I just love pinwheels! And your sense of humor is infectious.

    Congrats to your brother and his new Sweetie, Spring.

    Great Inspiration!

    Mel Meister
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    Deltona, Florida

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  110. I love the design where the block is set on point. Congrats!

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  111. Lovely creativity! And scrappy too! Thanks for a chance to win.

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  112. Very cute block and nice version of a pinwheel. Congrats!

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  113. Love your pinwheel variation block. Gives lots of movement in the quilt. Congrats on being included in the new 100 Blocks mag. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  114. Thank you for the opportunity test fortune to win:) I all like it block sample :)

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  115. Now this is a block I'd love to make! Great job! Love the stars on your blog background, too:)

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  116. Adorable block! Pinwheels are great w/ the star background. Thanks for the chance!

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  117. Super big Congrats to you KarrieLynn!!! You have so many secret projects coming out!!! Amazing!!!

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  118. Windmills were my first quilt block made and I always seem to drift back to that variation. I love what you have done with it and it is very unique all done up in the quilts. Looking forward to seeing the magazine.

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  119. Congrats on being in the book!

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  120. Nice and different. My mind is whirling with some colorway variations. With Batiks or tone-on-tone fabrics. A must try.

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  121. How cute is that! Love it. Congratulations!

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  122. I LOVE your block and REALLY love the colors! Fabulous, dahling! LOL

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  123. Oh, I like your quilt with the blocks on point...so cute. It's a very versatile block...can't wait to see it in the magazine. Congratulations!

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  124. I can see this block done in scraps and in coordinating fat quarters, so versatile, so inspiring

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  125. Oh Karrie! I'm so happy for you!! You totally deserve to be amongst these creative folks :) Yay You! And yes, I did read about you on Julie's blog yesterday, but am thrilled to see your story here ;) I'm still waiting for a pattern of my favorite pillow from your Flickr site ... so I'll stalk you ... I mean haunt your website ... um ... follow you till I see it :) Love your stuff and congratulations!! Thanks so much for this giveaway! I'd so love to win an autographed copy from you!

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  126. Congrats on having your block in the newest magazine! Cute block! HUGS... and stitches

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  127. Congratulations on having your block chosen, wonderful block for all types of fabrics.

    Debbie

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  128. I am a turtle person, too! No wonder I relate to your block. Congratulations on your achievement!

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  129. Great block. I love pinwheels. Thanks for the chance to win a copy. I wonder if a secondary design would show if you placed the blocks side by side? Something to think about. :)

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  130. Love your block so thought I'd "wing" my comment over to ya and hopefully win!!

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  131. Congratulations on getting your block into a very popular book! It is an absolutely beautiful block. Even if I do not win this giveway I am sure that I will soon become the owner of the 100 Blocks, Volume #3. Thank you for the opportunity of recieving this lovely book.

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  132. Your block has inspired me. I can see it in so many of the fabrics from my stash. That'll help with wedding gifts this summer. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  133. Fun block! I think it would make a great scrappy quilt.
    Karen in Breezy Point

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  134. I love your block! What a great scrapbuster it would make.

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  135. Too bad Mother's Day is so close: my mom's favorite block is a pinwheel, and I love flying geese. That would make a perfect quilt for us!!

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  136. Even your design looks happy to be included in the 100 Block Blog. Congratulations.

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  137. Great block! Looks like a great way to use up some scraps. Thanks also for the setting layouts - it's always inspiring to see blocks in different settings!

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  138. Beautiful block....love me some pinwheels!!!!

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  139. i love pinwheels your block is great

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  140. Thanks for a chance to win, this is so fun seeing all the neat blocks and how they were used, so much fun!!

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  141. I love the quilt made with your block, it's fun. Thanks.

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  142. What an amazing block, congrats on getting it it the magazine. I love the magazine I have the first two.

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  143. Having recently made my first "flying geese" I have been thinking of doing a quilt using them. Your block would certainly make a fun scrappy or semi-scrappy quilt. Thanks for adding one more to my list. LOL Now to keep hopping so I can win the book and have the pattern.

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  144. Great twist on this pattern! A very happy look.

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  145. Wonderful stash-busting block!

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  146. I really liked your block when I first saw it, but wow, I just love it with the dark sashing! Congratulations!

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  147. I love your block. It's wonderful!!! Thanks for sharing it!!

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  148. Lovely block ! Thanks for the chance to win :)

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  149. I love your block and the second setting! Thanks so much for sharing the layouts. It helps lots! Congrats, too, on making it in to the volume. I just picked up #2 at a shop an hour & 1/2 away. Couldn't find it anyplace nearby. Would love to win it so I don't have to drive that far again! ;)

    Sandy A

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  150. Now that they are releasing the third volume of 100 blocks, I wonder just how many volumes will follow?....Curious minds wonder such things....I'm sure there are endless ways to make blocks and the magazines are great resources for all of us who don't create our own designs. Thanks for the chance to win a copy!

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  151. Beautiful block. Congrats on being in the 100 block magazine.

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  152. Very interesting use of color. It pops in the whole quilt layouts. Very creative.

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  153. Great block! I do love flying geese sets. Congrats on making the cut!

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  154. Congrats on having a block in the magazine! Your block has lots of motion and its a good one for using up those scraps.

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  155. The pinwheel quilt is something that grabs me every time!! Love it and your blog. Would it mean anything to you that it's my 36th anniversary ?? It feels like my lucky day:) k.bugbee@att.net

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  156. Thanks for a chance to win the magazine and for showing layouts of your block. I like the straight set best!

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  157. Nice square! I love the colors you used. Keep up the good work.

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  158. Congratulations, KarrieLyne! Your block is amazing!

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  159. I love your block KarrieLyne. With all of this Jumping up and down you have been doing lately in blogland, I bet your hubby is wondering who this new Skinny Minny is in the house! ;-)

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  160. My favorite part of the block is the pop of yellow in the corner. That just makes it for me. :)

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  161. I like your block set on point! Congrats on being in the magazine!

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  162. Great block, Karrie! I love it - simple but very effective!! Congratulations!

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  163. Beautiful!!! The possibilities of using up my scraps are in this block I'm sure!!

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  165. I really like your block. I can see me making a quilt with it. Congratulations on being in the magazine.

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  166. Congratulations on getting to be a participant in the blocks selected for this magazine. The magazine itself is a great concept. Thanks!

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  167. Great block. I love pinwheels and scrappy blocks.

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  168. Neat block congratulations Karrie.

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  169. Very cool block! Love the layouts!

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  170. What a great looking block and yep, I saw it on Julie's blog already. Woohoooo you got your own press agent over there. HA I really love the way you set it on point. That's awesome looking that way even more I think. Great job and congratulations for being in Issue 3! Way to go!

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  171. I love your block, pinwheels are among my favorites. This would make a great scrap-buster.

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  172. Congratulations!! Great block with lots of movement and lots of possibilities:)

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  173. Yep, the secret's out! It is a great issue and one to put in my collection. Thanks for a block with lots of uses of scrappy fabrics. The quilt has movement like pinwheels should. Hope I win a copy here!

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  174. Spin me a Reel! I love your pinwheel! Congrats on being in 100 Blocks!!

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  175. Congratulations! It's a great block and the quilt examples really look wonderful.

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  176. Great! Beautiful, fresh, happy and lively. I think this is a wonderful block. Congratulations

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  177. Great block! This is always so much fun doing these block tours.

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  178. KarrieLyne, congratulation on your entry to Quiltmakers 100 Block magazine. Your are right your block has movement. I like your Patched Geese and the fabric choice. They both have whimsy.

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  179. First, Congratulations on your niece Spring, what a joy to behold! I love flying geese blocks and yours just "pops" with color, great job!

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  180. Congrats on your block being in the magazine! Love to see a new spin on an old block.

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  181. Your block is fantastic! I have a special spot for flying geese and yours really *fly*!

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  182. Your block is so cute. I could totally see this as a good stash buster along with two main colors. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  183. I quite like the diagonal layout. Thanks for providing that, I wouldn't have thought of it. This is a great post but doesn't have quite the cute quotient as the last one (super cute baby). Thanks for the giveaway and congratulations on being chosen for the magazine.

    jennhgray@gmail.com

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  184. You spin me right round baby; right round like a PINWHEEL baby; right round round round; you spin me right round baby; right round like a PINWHEEL baby; right round round round !!! Absolutely love your block design - Big Congratulations

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  185. I love pinwheel blocks and use variations in my quilts quite often. It brings back childhood memories of holding a pinwheel in the air for the summer breeze to spin. I like the bright fabrics you selected. It also reminds me of the cog wheels in a watch or music box turning against each other. How time flys.(enough dreaming of projects I can make.) I have fabric to cut into pieces so I can sew it back together. I must be a quilter!
    Congrats and thanks for the chance to win.

    Julie
    sew.goodwitch_crafts@yahoo.com

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  186. Lovely block. Congrats on being chosen for the book.

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  187. Love it on point. Thanks for a chance to win.
    Cindy W
    cwcavy @ hotmail.com

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  188. What a fun block.... So many possibilities.

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  189. Congratulations on the selection for the QM 100 Blocks. This is one gi-normously kool block.

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  190. This block is fan-tastic! The fabric in your block is like candy to the eyes!! I would sure love this book and thank you for the chance

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  191. You have THE cutest website/blog. Love it. I'd love to try your block even though I'm a newbie quilter.

    Lisa B

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  192. I love how your blog lists 198 "thoughtful responses"...just too cute!
    And I love your block...it's wonderful and has many possibilities to explore.
    Thank you...and congratulations!
    Toni
    www.lifeinapinkbunnysuit.com

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  193. Congratulations on having your block in the magazine. I really like the layouts you've provided really a lovely block.

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