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Thread: Favorite quilt in BLOCK?

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    Cool Favorite quilt in BLOCK?

    What is you favorite in this new book? Mine is the Lattice Quilt.. Watched the utube video with Jenny Doan making it easy, as she does so well..Don't know if mine would sew up as perfect as it needs to be, but I really love this scrappy look to use up all, or some, of the small amounts of fabrics loitering on the shelf...I have to give it to the MSQC crew for thinking "out of the box"...This new book is like no other quilt book, and for such a low price!!!!

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    Mine is the periwinkle, definitely going to make this one.
    Have a great day sewing and remember to "not sweat the small stuff"!!



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    I think the Periwinkle. I have the paper foundation sheets so it will be my next one to start.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dakotamaid View Post
    Mine is the periwinkle, definitely going to make this one.
    I like that one too, especially the old quilt pictured there with the scalloped edges...I have never tried PP. Might be good to try with this one..Looks complicated to me though...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Onebyone View Post
    I think the Periwinkle. I have the paper foundation sheets so it will be my next one to start.
    This one looks like I could use up scraps too.. Here's the video with Jenny...Fun stuff!!!
    http://youtu.be/ubaCTtzKfR0

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    Periwinkle, I will definatly make that one, Queen size! But I really like a couple of the others too. I love the book, nice enough to keep on coffee table.

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    I love the Periwinkle and the lattice quilt and the flower quilt - I love most of them - I started making the larger periwinkle quilt last summer - just need to finish up.

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    Based on the tutorials, I've done a couple Falling Charm lap quilts and two jelly roll race quilts. Now that I have Block magazine (wonderful eye candy), I am leaning towards the Disappearing Pinwheels as a possible Quilt of Valor...looks like fun! Can't wait! I keep looking at the Wonky Star.....

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    Well you are all lucky to have BLOCK in hand...I am still patiently( weakening) waiting for the PO to deliver mine!!

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    I had already made the flower quilt. It turned out fantastic. Her patterns and instructions are always great. Love the magazine.

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    Love Jenny and MSQC, thanks for sharing the lattice block with us, went to look at it and am really jazzed, so fun. Not crazy about using templates so the Periwinkle block (love the finished quilt!) is not one that I will make.
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    Love this magazine! Garden Party is my favorite - so bright and fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geri B View Post
    Well you are all lucky to have BLOCK in hand...I am still patiently( weakening) waiting for the PO to deliver mine!!
    Have faith, I received mine yesterday and it's well worth the wait and it is very much like a book as someone on the Board mentioned. Great job by MSQ company.

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    still waiting to receive mine!

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    I am in Indiana, received mine today

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    My favorite is Love Notes but all are GREAT!

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    I like the Periwinkle a lot too!!
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    periwinkle and lattice

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    I just received my copy yesterday, I love it. I also love Periwinkle and Lattice, both have been on my to do list for a long time. Block is surely one of the best magazines on the market, great job Jenny.

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    Mine is Garden Party - so colorful!
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    Quote Originally Posted by lclang View Post
    I had already made the flower quilt. It turned out fantastic. Her patterns and instructions are always great. Love the magazine.



    Love love the magazine . It is more like a book, no advertizing and wonderful stories with each quilt. You can tell by the narrative about each quilt that these women were raised by a great caring mother. Proud of their success and hope to visit their shop some day. Anxiously awaiting the next edition of Block. Hope the post office delivers quickly to those still waiting.

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    Please tell me....What is "BLOCK"? I don't think I've heard of it.

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    Just got mine yesterday. The lattice quilt is the only one I liked.
    It is fun to read her stories.
    The shape of the mag is different, it is square like a block.
    It is Jenny Doans magazine from Missouri Star Quilt company.

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    Should not have said that lattice was the only one liked. I liked all the quilts but would only make the lattice one.

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    Still waiting for mine. It's good to know I am not the only one, was starting to think they forgot me.

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