What's your favorite quilt block?

Spring 2012 Easy Quilts Contest


What's your favorite quilt block?


Enter to win great prizes worth $620!

Prize List:

 

Red Rooster 

19 ½-yard cuts of "Elm Creek Quilts: Caroline's Collection" (valued at $125)
 
Madeira 
Aerofil Sewing / Quilting Thread Chest - Teak Finish (valued at $498)
 
   
Official Rules:
Enter is FREE and must be received before March 15, 2012. One entry per person. The winner will be randomly chosen from all the on-line and print entries and will be announced here.

 

Enter Online: Click Here

 


 


 

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Falling Cubes
Three dimensional ones that can be outside or inside out
Carpenter wheel
My father was a carpenter so it reminds me of him and all the things he created with lovr
fav. quilt block
Favorite block is wedding ring
FAVORITE QUILT BLOCK
JOSEPHS COAT THE OLD VERSION. THE ONE MADE WITH THE MELON SHAPES.
My favorite block is card trick.
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My favorite square is the nine patch
My favorite square is always the onr I'm currently working on!
Really like the log cabin and its variations
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I love my 4 patch...............so much fun to play with different sizes ;-)
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I love the log cabin block because you can make so many designs out of it
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My favorite block is Ohio Star..
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My favorite quilt block is the pinwheel block. It makes up fast and easy and is very versatile.
Evening Star
I just started working with the Evening Star block. I would like to work more with this but need to work on my technique more.
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My favorite quilt block is any star block,so many ways to use them in a quilt!
favorite block???
The pinwheel block is my quick go-to block but there is just something about the Fan block! You can dress it up , you can have fun playing with the different styles of fabric!
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The log cabin block. Fun and so many ways to design a quilt
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Wanting to learn quilting and have a friend that will help me,but need supplies
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I love the 25 Patch Star, is so quick & easy to do. :)
Favorite quilt block
I love the log cabin block, so many different ways to assemble the finished blocks, always a fun challenge.
myraksattler@hotmail.com
I like all blocks but my favorite is the fan block
Favorite Quilt Block
I'm liking the disappearing 9 patch. It's so easy yet it looks more difficult when it's done! Thanks!
FAVORITE QUILT BLOCKS
I love the log cabin. All the variations give you so much versatility. Your useful prizes are always thought out with the quilter in mind.
Favorite Quilt Block
My favorite block is a maple leaf block. I am currently making a large bed quilt of all maple leaves. I would love to win these great prizes, thanks
Favorite quilt block
i just started quilting in January. So far, i like them all!!
Favorite Quilt Block
I like the Yellow Brick Road quilt blocks. The design is always different depending on the fat quarters you use.
Favorite Quilt Block
I love the log cabin quilt block because it begins with the heart and incorporates the love of family.
Favorite Quilt Block
I love the Ohio Star. Actually any star pattern but the Ohio Star is my favorite....I live in Ohio.
Favorite Quilt Block
The fan quilt block
Favorite Quilt Block
Drunkard's Path is a wonderful block. So many different settings and possibilities.
Favorite Quilt Block
I love Irish Chain Blocks. A person can do sooo much with the design and different colors to make so many variations.
favorite quilt block
I like to use my scraps in a 9 patch with a solid in between. I trade patches with friends and use those with mine to make a friendship quilt.
Scrappy, scrappy, scrappy!
Scrap blocks are far and above my favorite. I'm quilting a "no-name" one right now, a pattern I saw in a magazine. At the same time, my daughter-in-law and I are working together on a scrappy "string" quilt with batik-like fabrics her husband/my son brought back from Kenya. What's next? We'll see what inspiration comes from The Box(es). :)

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