The 100 quilt block issue is such a great resource for block design, color placement and project inspiration. Quiltmaker reaches out to designers, bloggers, and graphic people for original quilt block designs. Each person makes their block, then sends it in to the magazine. Quiltmaker’s editorial team then photographs each block and creates instructions. Here are a few of the blocks in the newest issue made using Moda fabrics.
Double Crossed by Anne Marie Chany
Summertime Picnics, Hugs and Kisses; Colette DeGroot’s sampler evokes memories of warm summer days under the sun. Blocks: Town Square, block #651, designed by Pam Buda; Quadrangle, block #694, designed by Anita Grossman Solomon; Plaid Squared, block #657, designed by Melissa Corry; Lemons into Lemonade, block #623, designed by Jennifer Ofenstein; Sweet Peas, block #698, designed by Margie Ullery; Sashed Circles, block #647, designed by Carol Ann Waugh. This is one of the quilts from the tester gallery.
Whirly Zig by Heidi Foltz
Marmalade Flower by Kimberly Jolly
Marmalade Flower, block #671, Kimberly Jolly’s 3 blocks, set with sashing, make a delightful summer table runner. Not only does each issue give you 100 new quilt blocks but it also has setting options and ideas.
My Retro Chair, block #602, Cherry Guidry designed an intriguing setting for 4 of her chair blocks.
Flowers Around by Gail Pan
Silhouettes by Edyta Sitar
Fancy Free by Dodi Poulsen
Winter Village by Paula Stoddard
Trendster by Jocelyn Ueng
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