Thursday, November 16, 2017

Quiltmaker's 100 Blocks Tour - Giveaway


I'm so excited to have a block in the newest edition of Quiltmaker's 100 Blocks Magazine, issue #16.  The magazine is hot off the presses so look for it at your local store.


A big welcome to my new visitors who are driving by in Quiltmaker's Road Rally Blog Tour. I hope you'll enjoy seeing my block. Please leave a comment to be part of the GIVE-AWAY to win a your own copy of the magazine with photos and patterns for all 100 blocks (more about that later). . .

A bit about me: I'm Sandra Starley, an AQS Certified Quilt Appraiser, antique quilt collector and lecturer, quilt designer, author. I love sharing my antique quilt collection in trunk shows, quilt study sessions, and through reproducing/patterning my collection in miniature and modern versions. I travel nationally to share my treasures so if you are looking for an entertaining speaker or teacher for your guild, show, or shop, please feel free to contact me. See the page tabs under my banner photo for more information.

Drumroll: Here is Hashtag! When I'm not using reproduction antique fabrics, I love working with black and white (and pink) especially dots. I really like to tweak and modernize antique patterns and traditional pattern elements (squares, half squares, rectangles, etc.)


Fun to see how different the block looks on point.



TWO  Magazine GIVE AWAYS-- a few RULES

Leave a comment AND do one of the following:
1-follow this blog on the page or the Bloglovin' button  or let me know you are already following or
2-like my Facebook page Textile Time Travels or
3-follow me on Instagam at Textile Time Travels 

Quiltmaker and I are both giving away a copy of the new magazine, so please leave 1 comment for a chance to win your own copy of Quiltmaker's 100 Blocks Issue #16. Since I love working with antique blocks, share your favorite traditional block in your comment.

Be sure you leave your email in your comment, if you are a no reply or anonymous blogger, so you don't miss out.
On November 24th at 5 p.m. Eastern, I will pick 2 winners. After commenting, be sure to click on the photo below to visit QM to see more blocks and join in more giveaways. There are 51 blogs where you can enter to win the magazine and other treasures plus give aways on Quiltmaker's page. Hope you enjoy the road rally. Happy Quilting!!


75 comments:

  1. Oh, I like your block, and it really does look like a whole different animal when you turn it on point.
    I am already a follower, and I am not on Facebook or Instagram, so I guess I don't qualify. That's okay. :)
    Hey, congrats on getting a block in the magazine. That is huge!

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    1. Already a follower is perfect. Thanks Janet.

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  2. That is such a fun block, and it really does change dramatically when set on point! I'm a follower, via my Google Reader.

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  3. Woohoo! Great block. Congratulations!

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  4. Your block is stunning, especially on point! Love the color combination.

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  5. Amazing how different your block looks on point. Beautiful! I follow you on Facebook.

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  6. Your block is amazing - I love it! I am following you on Facebook. Log cabin is my favorite traditional block.

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  7. A very striking block! I follow via Bloglovin'

    dlk3265 @ gmail . com

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  8. Awesome block! I follow on Instagram. My favorite traditional block is the Dresden Plate. Congratulations and thank you for the giveaway.

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  9. Love your block! I don't have Instagram and already follow you on Facebook. Churn – , baskets, star blocks okay so I love most everything. Thank you for the opportunity to win the magazine.

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  10. Log Cabin blocks are one of my favorite traditional blocks! Following with bloglovn

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  11. I liked you on Facebook. My 2 favorite blocks are Sunbonnet Sue and the pineapple block. I have made lots of each. Your Hashtag block reminds me of a pineapple block.

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  12. I love a Granny Square Block. Jmikebalou (at) aol (dot) com

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  13. I follow on Bloglovin Jmikebalou (at) aol (dot) com

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  14. I follow on FB Jmikebalou (at) aol (dot) com

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  15. You know I follow you everywhere, lol even to the Ruby Jubilee Quilt Show in Utah. Great to see your Block in here!

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  16. I like star blocks, Ohio star is probably my favorite. I follow your blog. cork@pa.rr.com

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  17. Interesting block. I like it on point. I am now following you on Instagram as iambartsmom.

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  18. One of my favorite traditional blocks is Snail's Trail. It creates lots of movement. I am following on bloglovin and Google+. Thank you, peterstankovich@comcast.net

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  19. I follow on instagram. Dresden plate was a quilt my grandma made and Trip around the world. I have one she made out of fortrel. Thanks for giveaway.
    djcutting2(at)gmail(dot)com

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  20. This is a beautiful block. Love the pink with black and white (I collect B&W). following you through Bloglovin. My favorite, Virginia Reel.

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  21. I liked your facebook page. It IS cool how different your block looks on point. It's hard to choose a favorite block - maybe Ohio Star.

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  22. Love your block design. It's very pretty with the accent color. Not sure I have a favorite block, but I have made a few quilts with the 54 40 or Fight block.

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  23. I follow on Bloglovin and Instagram. My favorite block is the good old nine patch.

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  24. Can't beat an Ohio Star for beauty. I've never seen an ugly one. Been following your FB posts for a very long time.

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  25. Great block. I follow your block via email and Facebook.

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  26. I follow on instagram. My favorite is the double wedding ring. ndfromsd(at)gmail(dot)com

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  27. I don't know if you consider it an antique block, but my favorite is an Ohio Star. Your block is beautiful. I can sure see using my scrap pile on this block. Thank you for the giveaway. jskbloomers@gmail.com

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  28. Does Flying Geese count? That's my favorite!
    I follow you on Bloglovin

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  29. Interesting block, would have been nice to see a quilt layout. New follower on bloglovin'. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  30. when the block entered the computer screen as I was scrolling down, it brought out an OOOOOH. Love it.

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  31. I like Log Cabin blocks, any shape, color or pattern. They are so much fun.

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  32. Really cool block! Thank you for sharing. I follow on blog loving. angielovesgary2 atgmail dotcom

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  33. I like the "Pineapple" block--it's on my to do list. I am a new Bloglovin' follower.
    barbkaup(at)(yahoo)(dot)(com)

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  34. I'm a new follower on IG @lolly2430. Love the options for your block and love love the B&W version.

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  35. Very fun block. I love to follow you on facebook lkcquilts@hotmail.com

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  36. I would say a traditional block love for me is the log cabin block. I am on a journey now with two quilts of log cabin blocks. I added your blog to my
    Bloglovin feed.

    tushay3 (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  37. Really cute block, thanks for sharing!!
    odiane79atyahoo.com

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  38. I'm learning that when you put a block on point it gives it a new dimension.

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  39. Great colors! Follow you on instagram: @minibea123.
    nikilsend(at)outlook(dot)com

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  40. You have designed a great block. I love black and white with a color. Nancy A: rangerer@sbcglobal.net

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  41. I signed up to follow you on this page, but I don't remember how my name was shown. Nancy A: rangerer@sbcglobal.net

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  42. I ove your color chouces, the black & pink complement each other so well! Thank you for sharing, Susan

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  43. I follow you on Facebook! Thank you, Susan

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  44. Great block! Thank you for the design! Love how it changes the look when on point - I will definitely have to try it!
    One of my favorite traditional blocks is the log cabin because it is so versatile and gives so many different layout options. dspickthall@gmail.com

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  45. I love quilt history! You must have a plethora of it!

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  46. What a great block.. love the color scheme... thanks for the chance to win.. drhodes9@cox.net

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  47. Really snazzy block. Love it on point especially! Calund47 at gmail dot com

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  48. Great block! One of my favorite traditional blocks is the very simple pinwheel.

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  49. I love the way your block looks on point! I follow you via Bloglovin'.

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  50. Congratulations on having your block included in Quiltmaker’s 100, Vol. 16! What a striking block! Love the on point setting. I love star blocks but also love log cabin blocks.

    usairdoll (at) gmail (dot) com

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  51. congratulations on being in the magazine! I love your block and look forward to using your design in a quilt. my favorite block is the bear paw

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  52. Great block. I love log cabin, and any star blocks. I follow via bloglovin. Thanks.

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  53. Hi again, fellow Utahn! I'm following on Facebook and Bloglovin! This is so cool! I love traditional blocks. I'm a sucker for stars, especially with diamonds, like LeMoyne, Castle Wall, Carpenter Star. Mariners Compass (paper-pieced!) I totally don't mind y-seams.
    reillyr2(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  54. I follow on bloglovin' always love flying geese. Your block would be fun to play with. pjrquilter (at) msn (dot) com

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  55. I am now a follower. I love black and white quilts with a dash of one color. Have not tried pink yet but it looks beautiful.

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  56. Great block and I love your color combination! My favorite block is the Dresden Plate. I follow you on Instagram as ceciliaquilts
    cecilialyoung at gmail.com

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  57. Oh, I love your block!!!! IT's amazing when you turn it on point , the layers really pop. (Maybe it's just my mommy brain too) LOL! This is on the top of the to-do list. So many possibilities. Congrats on your block! I love what you do with appraising. It must be like working in a candy store! I am following you on FB now and look forward to your posts popping up in my newsfeed :)

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  58. I didn't know it was time for this magazine again. I love making new blocks! Your pink black & white palate is quite appealing, timeless really. I have read your blog for a long while, but never followed you.... until now.

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  59. Beautiful block in the white/black and pink. I follow you on Bloglovin.
    kthurn(at)bektel(dot)com

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  60. I'm following on Bloglovin. How glorious the block looks like on point. I love how a little change makes such a big difference. sewcat08@yahoo.com

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  61. That's a great block! Always love to see fresh color choices and arrangements. My favorite block is Jacob's Ladder. Thanks for the chance to win the new issue!

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    1. Cathie, what is your email? Can't win if I don't have a way to reach you.

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    2. Struttin' proud of you! Your block looks fabulous in those colors! Love that it's on point! (quilts4kay@aol.com)

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  62. Congrats. I love Mariner's Compasses, and I like your Facebook page.

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  63. Been following for a long time. Now, enjoying your block!

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    1. Patricia, what is your email? I need it for the giveaway

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  64. Congrats, Sandra! Such a cool block. Following on FB, and my favorite traditional is probably the Ohio Star.

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  65. Your block is phenomenal!!! Bet I love it the best! I love these issues and have almost every one. I hope you pick me!

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    1. DTatro - please give me your email. I can't send you the magazine without an email.

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  66. Love these mags! Been with you on FB for a long time.

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