Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Quiltmaker's 100 Blocks Blog Tour!

Welcome Everyone!

Thanks so much for stopping by today!  I hope you're having a great time visiting each of the designers, to enjoy their work, and learn a bit about each of them.

I've been full of anticipation waiting for the big reveal of my block,
hoping you'll like it!  So without further ado, here's.........

Heartwarming

Heartwarming
Fabric by Lynne Hagmeier/Kansas Troubles Quilters for Moda
Heartwarming (block # 450 on page 48) is constructed with easy piecing units!
The four corner units, called Corner Square Triangles, are a favorite of mine, and they do
wonderful things to a block and your quilt, with all those showy angles.  The center of the block is made from Half-Square triangles, and Flying Geese.  Add in Half-Quarter Square triangles and a few Connector Corners and you've made Heartwarming!

I thought perhaps you'd like to see what Heartwarming looks like in other fabrics.
Here are a few ideas.

Heartwarming in Judie Rothermel's
Civil War Reproductions

  And another option...

1930's Reproductions
And another option....

Heart of the Prairie by
Pam Buda/Heartspun Quilts for Marcus Brothers

The sample above features several prints from my brand new fabric line, Heart of the Prairie!
It's my very first fabric collection with Marcus Brothers fabrics!!
Heart of the Prairie features Indigo blues, soft pinks, and a splash of greens. 

The prints I chose for the collection were just like what the Prairie Women in the 1800's would have chosen, to make their simple dresses, a shirt for their husband,
a daughter's dress, or window curtain.

Most of the light print backgrounds feature a new finish I call "Prairie Dirty", giving the feel of
comfort that comes with use, and the gentle aged patina of soft wear,
as nothing stayed white and clean on the Prairie!

Click here to see the entire Heart of the Prairie collection.

I thought you may also enjoy seeing what the Heartwarming blocks look like in a quilt made with some of the Heart of the Prairie fabrics.


Please visit my website to see all of my patterns and learn about
The Prairie Women's Sewing Circle club!
There, you can sign up for my newsletter which will keep you up-to-date with
all that's new from Heartspun Quilts.

Be sure to follow my blog and sign up to receive posts via email! 
I've been hosting my very first Pocket Patchwork Sew-along,
and we're having a lot of fun with it.

Scroll down to the next post to see what the little Busy Work quilt is looking like so far. 
If it's something you'd like to do, it's not too late to start.  I'll be offering more
Pocket Patchwork Sew-alongs, and the easiest way to receive all of the instructions is to
enter your email in the "Follow by Email" icon, on the right side of my blog.


All of the directions to make my Heartwarming block are in the new edition of
Quiltmaker's 100 Blocks by Today's Top Designers - Vol 5!

The 100 Blocks magazine will be in your favorite quilt shop and on newstands everywhere
by May 8th....so don't forget to pick up a copy or two!! 

Remember, the Quiltmaker's 100 Blocks Blog Tour is going on all week.  Here's the link:

I invite you to leave a comment for a chance to win a copy of
Quiltmaker's 100 Blocks magazine!  Check back on Saturday, May 5th, to see if you've won!

Thank you for visiting today!

Pam


 

195 comments:

  1. As usual, you've brightened my morning coffee! Your block is just so beautiful, and I love how you've shown us the block using a variety of fabric lines...though I would have to say my favorite block is the one using your new line of fabrics! I would love to win Volume 5...thanks for the chance!

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  2. Congratulations on your lovely block being in the '100'. Just love the variations you showed and the view of the large quilt is very inspiring.

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  3. Great block! Love seeing how different it looks in different fabrics. Congrats on your first fabric line!

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  4. It's great to see the block set together - I sometimes have trouble visualizing the big picture.

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  5. Great block!
    Love the variations you showed.

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  6. Now THAT's a great block! It's a great design for using your new fabric line too! I better get caught up on my stitching so I can be ready!

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  7. That block is fantastic--love all the pieces! Congratulations on a lovely fabric line!

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  8. Lovely block and I love the color variations. Thank you for being so generous.

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  9. I love your new fabric line. Congratulations!

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  10. Wow I really like that block, I am usually scared of doing a block with so many pieces, but I would definitely have a go at this one, and I love your new fabric line too! Linda

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  11. Great block. Thanks for all of the color ideas. Congrats!

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  12. Thanks for you block, love it, and for a chance to win vol 5 I just love those books....

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  13. I always love this magazine with all the creative and inspiring blocks. Congrats on having your lovely block included!

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  14. Thank you for sharing your block with us! I love the look for your quilt "Heart of the Prairie." Congratulations on having your block included in Vol. 5!

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  15. Can't wait to get my hands on a copy of the new mag. Always love to see the blocks. Janet

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  16. Love the block and the new fabric line. Congratulations on your first fabric line.

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  17. I love the block & the fabrics you used. Thanks for the chance to win.

    Julie
    sew.goodwitch_crafts@yahoo.com

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  18. I love the block and the quilt is beautiful. Will have to tackle this one:)

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  19. Thank you for showcasing the block in different fabrics. I love seeing them in different choices.

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  20. Love this... and congraduations on the fabric line.. I have bookmarked this for sure.

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  21. This blog hop is going to be fun, as usual. Your block is great and definately "you". I love it!
    Finishing up my "busy work", getting ready for Friday and the next step.
    Thanks!

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  22. Such a pretty block. It looked nice in all the fabrics.

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  23. I really like your block, and so glad that I found your blog. Thanks for a chance.

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  24. Hi Pam! Love your block...and how you have shown it in different fabric options! The quilt using your block is stunning! I am most anxious to get the magazine and make up your block...you do so well with directions too! Sooooooooo glad you got your block in Quiltmaker:)

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  25. Great block using your very own prairie fabric. I signed up to follow be email, excited to keep in touch,. Thanks for the giveaway of quiltmaker 100 blocks 5

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  26. Beautiful block and beautiful fabric, thank you.

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  27. Congratulations! Sounds like you are having a lot of fun.

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  28. Congratulations on being in the magazine. It must be very exciting. I love your block. It looks very challenging but when I saw all the different types of blocks in it, I knew I could do that. I also like that you showed different colorways. I always like to see some different combinations. Thanks for the chance to win a copy of the magazine.

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  29. Just love your block! The possibilities are endless. Love it in thirties too!

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  30. Lovely block! Can't wait for this issue to hit the newsstands. Unless of course I'm fortunate enough to win a copy. Fingers crossed.

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  31. I love this block , I can see this in so many diffnt fabrics but insure love your new fabric line . I am slow enjoying the sew along ,thanks for that.

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  32. Your block is great. I love how it goes together for those secondary patterns too. Thanks for a chance to win volume 5.

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  33. Not only do I like your block but I LURV your fabric line. It's something I'm always searching for. Best Wishes!
    kdunnigan@gmail.com

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  34. Beautiful Fabric line...and the Block is quite nice too. =)

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  35. I love your block!!! And your fabric choices are awesome :-) Thanks for participating in the blog hop :-)

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  36. I love your new line of fabric Pam!! And the Nosegay pattern! I've Challenged quilting friend to make that our summer project lol! No "Y" seams !!!

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  37. I like the pattern with the Heart of the Prairie fabrics, it's beautiful - the same are your fabrics, love espacially the blue tones! Congratulations!

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  38. Your block is beautiful and I love your new fabric line! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  39. Wow - a fabulous block AND an entirely amazing fabric line. I'd definitley have to make a selvage edge quilt if MY name was on the edge of the fabric! Congratulations

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  40. I love seeing your block with so many different fabric choices. It makes it easier to envision various ways to make it. Your new fabric line is great. Thanks for having this giveaway.

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  41. Your new fabric line is in my favorite comfort colors. I am in love with your block too a it looks really good in a whole quilt. Thanks for sharing.

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  42. Congrats on the block and the fabric line!

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  43. I really like your block in the 30's prints. Your line of fabrics is very nice too.

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  44. Love your block and your new fabric line. Great colors. Congratulations.

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  45. Love the fabric line -- the blues on my monitor look indigo. Are they? My favorite version of the block is the pastels. (Must be my reaction to a gloomy overcast morning!)

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  46. Fun block and congratulations on your fabric line. That must be an amazing feeling to see the finished product. For many others it will be the beginning of their project :)

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  47. Love the versatility of your block! Thanks "sew much" for this chance to win your giveaway!

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  48. I think your block would be nice in batiks....congrats on the book! Thanks for the chance!

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  49. I love the new Heart of the Prairie line. I also love your block patterns.

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  50. :)
    Your block and fabric line remind me of childhood and reading the "Little House" Book series by Laura Ingalls Wilder. Thanks for the memories this morning!

    sowingstitches [at] yahoo [dot] com

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  51. I just LOVE your block. I will be making a bunch in the civil war fab rics, just gorgous!! Thank you!!

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  52. Beautiful blocks Pam! Thank you for sharing..Judith, Texas

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  53. I love the Heartwarming block. One of the prettiest so far. It is nice to be able to see it in different fabrics as well. Nice job. Congratulations on the new fabric line.

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  54. Congratulations Pam on your block being included in Issue 5 and for your beautiful new fabric line. How exciting. I have to say your fabric are just gorgeous. I adore that shade of blue you've used and the fabrics with the small boxes on it is awesome.

    I will be checking out your blog later this afternoon. Your block is wonderful. I honestly can't say which color option you've shown is my favorite. Love them all. Thank for showing us

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  55. Beautiful block and love how you show it in different colors/fabrics! Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  56. This is so much fun. Love your block.

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  57. I really like your block - congratulations on being included in 100 Blocks and on your new fabric line!

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  58. Beautiful block, would be a nice one to make up for the summer in americana colors.

    Debbie

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  59. Love your block and color choices!

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  60. Lovely block, in all its configurations. :) Thanks for the chance to wina copy of this issue.

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  61. Reaaly a cool block and like seeing fab choices. This blog thing is really fun to follow along.
    Carol L

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  62. giwehner@aol.comMay 1, 2012 at 10:50 AM

    Nice block - great fabrics!

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  63. I love to see a block (or a quilt) shown with different fabrics. I liked the 30's option the best of these.

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  64. Congratulations on your fabric design and your quilt block! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  65. Linn J from TexasMay 1, 2012 at 11:08 AM

    I really like the block and new fabric line.

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  66. I love your block - being a super traditional quilter - it fits right into my style - I fell in love with ALL the samples you showed - how will I ever choose. Thanks for participating and congratulations!

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  67. Congratulations on a wonderful block! Thanks for the magazine giveaway!

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  68. I love your block. Thanks for offering the giveaway.

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  69. You have an amazing block. I like all of your layouts. The layout for the 1930's repro sure is pretty. Thank you for your participation and giving us all a chance to win such a wonderful magazine that is full of creative ideas.

    Sandi T.
    sandit1@sbcglobal.net

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  70. Congratulations on your block being published. It's great block to make in a scrappy look as well (I like scrappy, can you tell LOL). Thank you for a chance to win.

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  71. I love the quilt made with the Heart of the Prairie fabrics! Congratulations on all of your recent successes.

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  72. I love your Heartwarming block, Pam! It looks great in Lynne's fabrics. Thanks for a great giveaway. :)

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  73. I'm so glad your blog was part of the tour! I've signed up to follow by email.

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  74. Your block is so pretty. I love the 30's colorway and the last one in your fabrics. Congratulations on your first fabric line. Thank you for the chance to win a copy of the magazine.

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  75. Love the block "Heartwarming", especially in the civil war material and your new line of material. I can't wait to beable to buy it in stores. I am going to try your Pocket Patchwork quilt you have started on here too. It looks fun.

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  76. Kornelia MassnerMay 1, 2012 at 12:41 PM

    Your block is sew versatile and pretty. Congrats on the making into the magazine...well done!

    fishhavengirl@yahoo.com

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  77. I love you block and how you showed different color combinations. I would love to win this book to have all those beautiful blocks, thank you for the chance. Now to look at the Pocket Patchwork Quilt.

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  78. I like your "Heartwarming" block. Thanks for sharing fabric variations.

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  79. Pam, I love your block and your new line of fabrics. I am so anxious to see what patterns you have come up with for PWSC. I have all my Busy Work done and am waiting for Friday to get the next step. Thanks for all the fun!! Karen Schultz

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  80. I love the little shoo-fly block your block makes with the sashing.

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  81. Congrats on the block, love it!
    Thanks for the chance to win.

    mhinders@myclearwave.net

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  82. beautiful block. it is great to see them in different colorways.

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  83. Heartwarming is a very nice design. I'm partial to the last color way you shared. I poked around your blog a bit and like the patterns you've created. Thanks for a chance to win. Sandi

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  84. Your block is wonderful! Thanks for showing it in different colourways. Thanks!

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  85. I absolutely love your fabrics... Heart of the Prairie. I know that when I see it in the stores, I will definitely be buying some for my projects.

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  86. Wonderful new fabrics and I LOVE your block. Thanks for showing the different colors. It makes it so much fun to plan one for me.

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  87. Heartwarming an excellent name for the wonderful block. It is very nice. Give yourself a pat on the back for a job well done.

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  88. Love your block and your fabrics...they are all so pretty! TFS
    ~Terry~

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  89. I appreciate your showing the block in different fabric collections. Your new collection is cute, including the dirty fabric (rather antiqued looking as if washed in water with iron). Thanks for the chance to win a copy of QM 100 Blocks v5!

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  90. Love this block and thank you for showing in so many fabrics, especially your new line! I'm always looking for pinks in repro and repro-type fabrics - this will be on the list!

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  91. Lovely and traditional. Congratulations!

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  92. Your Heart of the Prairie line is fantastic and the quilt you made using the fabrics from it and your block looks so "comfortable" and inviting.

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  93. Love, Love, Love your block and your new fabric line. Can't wait to get my hands on both!

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  94. Great block, and love your fabric line too. Will be looking for it at my local shop. Thanks for the chance!

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  95. SUCH NEAT BLOCKS-ESPECIALLY LOVE THE FIRST ONE!
    CONGRATS ON GETTING PUBLISHED!
    THANKS SO FOR SHARING!

    msstitcher1214@yahoo.com

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  96. That is a beautiful block.

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  97. Terrific block, and love your new fabric line, too. Congratulations on both!

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  98. This is a great block! I need to decide what fabrics to use first!

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  99. Fantastic block and really catches my eye for the fabric used...gorgeous!,

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  100. I'm thinking I like this block the best so far. Lots of neat blocks and challenging blocks.

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  101. I really love this block. It looks great in all the fabric choices.

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  102. Nice block. I like that you showed it in several color combinations.

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  103. great looking block. The book must be awesome. I just hope I can win it.

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  104. Yep, the first thing I thought when I saw your block was that it looks like something the pioneer women would make. I do love traditional blocks! Congrats on being in this most wonderful magazine!

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  105. I love your block. The color combinations you came up with are wonderful. Thank you for the giveaway for a magazine. Congrats on being chosen for a block.

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  106. Nice block. Thanks for the chance to win

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  107. Love your block! Thanks so much!

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  108. The color choice for your block is exactly what I would have chosen! My favorite combo!!Can't wait to get a copy of the new issue! I have the other 4 issues!

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  109. I just love your block! It looks wonderful in a whole quilt! Thanks for the chance!

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  110. I love the look of this one. This is my style - very balanced!!

    nancy.holt@verizon.net

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  111. That's a striking block! Please enter me in your drawing. I'm looking forward to the light background prints in your new collection.

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  112. I love how you showed us the different ways your block could look, with different fabrics! Wonderful! Thanks so much for sharing it with us!

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  113. Great block - thanks for showing different colorways. And thanks for the chance to win.

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  114. This is my favorite block so far!

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  115. Love, Love the Heartwarming block! AND my dream came true too, I found a quilt shop willing to do PWSC and I get to be the coordinator! I can hardly wait to get started!!

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  116. I love the more traditional looking blocks and this one is just wonderful. It looks so pretty in those 30's prints.

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  117. Love your block, but then you know I love stars. It was great seeing your fabric in a block.

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  118. I really like your block and seeing it in different fabrics. It's amazing how a block can change just by using different fabric.

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  119. Thanks for the chance to win. I love the block! I think it looks best with the fabric you picked for the quilt :)

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  120. I love your block and your new fabric line is wonderful. Thanks for a chance to win.

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  121. I love your block, always love traditional patchwork. Also love the fabric! Hope I win!

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  122. Love your block and congrats for being included in this issue. I'm going to check out the rest of your blog now.

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  123. hi! Congrats and thanks for a chance at the giveaway!
    I really love traditional-style blocks; they're me! This Heartwarming is wonderful! What size would you recommend making it, as it seems to have a bunch of rings of patches ?
    I think I could really enjoy using your Heart of the Prairie fabrics. They might be "Prairie Dirty" as you put it, but for me, worn and comfy is not the same thing as dirty. The fabrics seem to be pretty colors without being too bright, with a variety of shades, and the prints seem small enough to add interest without overwhelming the block design.

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  124. Enjoyed reading your blog. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

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  125. I really like your traditional block and fabrics - congratulations on both!

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  126. congratulations on having your block chosen!! Its really pretty.

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  127. Congrats on your block being included, it's a perfect showcase for your new collection! May have to do some reproduction quilts...between your new collection & the Bonnie Blues, I'm infatuated.

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  128. I love the 1930's fabric for this block! Congratulations!

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  129. I love your block in all the colorways...but I am especially fond of the Civil War fabrics. Congratulations on being in the mag.

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  130. It is wonderful to see the block is different fabrics. They all look wonderful.

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  131. Love your new fabric Heart of the Prairie, what a great name. Congrats on being in the magazine and a great block.

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  132. Love the traditional blocks.

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  133. I love your block and all the variations you offer. A million pieces, but oh so worth it!

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  134. I still love a nice traditional block. Great fabric collection!

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  135. Love how the block's "personality" varies with the fabric choices. My personal favorite so far.

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  136. beautiful square...love the fabric choices.

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  137. I really like your "heart of the prairie" fabrics - I have been searching for nice neutrals like these.

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  138. Really like your block and how you showed it in different fabrics.

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  139. Kaye M. tkmattson@hotmail.comMay 1, 2012 at 8:26 PM

    I like your "Heartwarming" block and that you explained its components. It looks like a complicated block but when you broke it down into sections its really very do-able!!

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  140. Heartwarming is a beautiful block, and I like your line of fabrics, too!

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  141. I already follow your blog & am on your email list :) Love your block & your fabrics :D

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  142. I really like your block and your fabric is beautiful.

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  143. Congrats on the fabric line, it's beautiful. Looking forward to the magazine.

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  144. I love the name of your block. I can see using it in all four seasons, especially autumn. I would like to use golds and burgundies for the center and build around those colors. What a beauty that block is. Thank you.

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  145. Can't wait to actually see your new line. Nice block! Also, enjoy your
    blog...thanks!

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  146. The world of quilting just continues to get better allthe time. I have never had so many projects in the works all at the same time. Love your new line and also your block!

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  147. Nice block and congrats on making it into the magazine!

    I think it would be interesting to see the secondary patterns formed if one didn't use sashing.

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  148. Gostei muito de sua colcha e seu quadro fará sucesso tenho certeza,eu vou fazer uma colcha com este 1930 que é tudo de meigo.Obrigada.

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  149. Congtats on your new line of fabric. Heartwarming is a stunning block. Love your patterns. Would be tickled pink to win this book. Thanks KK

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  150. new line of fabric is great. please enter me into the contact

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  151. great blocks signed up to follow on email the sew along looks like a lot of fun thank you angchappell@yahoo.com

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  152. Love your block! And the fabric line, it's beautiful! Congrats on both!

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  153. Great block, I think that I'll use it to make birthday blocks for our quilting group.

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  154. thanks for showing the different colorways--always amazing.

    LizE

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  155. Like the block and like your showing various color options; thanks for chance to win! (Email: marshudson at comcast dot net)

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  156. Pam, I like your block. It would be great for a Quilts of Valor quilt in the red, white and blue colors of the Civil War reproduction fabric. Good job.

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  157. Really love your block and appreciate the imagination help with different colorways presented. Thanks for the chance to win 100 Blocks!

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  158. I could visualize any of my great grandmothers in that picture you have on the previous blog entry, except they would all have had twice as many children. Who would have had the time to keep that many clothes scrubbed white? Very soft and comforting.

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  159. Love all the versions and fabrics. You make all look fun and exciting. Looking forward to this book and all the great ideas to tempt me. I do not know of any pattern from you that does not make me want to START it right now. Contests make it that much more exciting.I am hooked.

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  160. Pam, love that block, looks great in so many ways!

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  161. Love your block and you new fabric line!!!!! Thank you for the chance to win the magazine!

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  162. What a useful block! Lots of practice at easier ways of doing things.

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  163. Lovely block and looks so different in the colorways.

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  164. Very nice block. My first thought was I like it--it has movement. Would make a nice block in a sampler quilt as well as your setting. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  165. Congratulations, your block looks wonderful, thanks for the chance!

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  166. A fabulous block! And I absolutely love your "Heart of the Prairie" fabric line-great work in designing! Thanks for the give-away & please enter me.
    Maureen

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  167. How exciting for you - I can imagine the anticipation as you opened that box and seen your name on the selvage.

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  168. What a great fabric line you have created! Congratulations!

    Please enter me for the giveaway.

    trilliumcreates AT gmail DOT com

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  169. I love your block! especially the second version!

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  170. Can't wait to see the new fabric in my local quilt shop! I just joined a Prairie Womens Sewing Circle and lovelovelove it!

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  171. I really love your block and your new fabric line is gorgeous!

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  172. I love your new block, and really like it in the 1930's reproduction fabrics.

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  173. Great block! Congratulations on being published in the magazine! :)

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  174. Your block is gorgeous! Love it! Congratulations on being in this years Quiltmaker's 100.

    Thank you for your giveaway and a chance to win.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  175. Heartwarming is a wonderful block and I loved seeing it in all the colorways and in a quilt. Thank you.

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  176. Love the block especially made with those beautiful KT fabrics. So excited you have a new fabric line. That is very exciting.
    Thanks,
    Kathy

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  177. Congrats on having your block in the Quiltmaker 100 Block magazine. Your block is very nice and looks great in all the color ways you showed. Enjoyed your Blog.
    sandi1100@yahoo.com

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  178. This is such a Great Giveaway! I would Love a Chance to Win Quiltmaker's 100 Blocks - Volume 5. There are so many wonderful blocks in this Book!! I Love Your Block Heartwarming too! I also think the Prairie Sewing Group is great! I live in the Prairie and love the history in quilting!

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  179. Glad to find your blog. Love your block for the magazine.

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  180. Beautiful block. Like your blog too.

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  181. Dear Pam, thank you for showing us the block with different fabrics. The prairie never looked so good. Congratulations on being in the book and for the giveaway,

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  182. What a great block! It really like how the corner pieces add to the complexity of the block. Thank you for showing it to us in different color ways and as an entire quilt...such wow factor! Congrats on having the block in the issue. It's going on my to-do list from the issue!!

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  183. What a neat block! I like blocks that are more challenging. Thank you for a chance at the giveaway!

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  184. Congrats on having your block in the latest issue! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  185. Your block is lovely ... I love the last block! Congratulations for having it published in the magazine!! and thanks for the chance to win.

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  186. Love your block and your new fabric... so very pretty!

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  187. I love this block! I'll be on the lookout for issue #5.
    Karen in Breezy Point

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