Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks, Vol. 10 Blog Tour, Day 3

Welcome to Day 3 of the blog tour for Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks, Vol. 10. My “Intersections” block is #969 on page 53.

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The published block is made with Civil War reproduction fabrics, but the design looks equally intriguing when colorful, modern scraps are used.

Scrappy "Intersections"

Scrappy “Intersections”

My lap quilt, made of 8 “Intersections” blocks and a framed center panel, is pictured in the Designer’s Gallery in the front of the magazine.

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I feel so blessed to have my block included in the magazine! To celebrate, I have several copies to give away to followers of my blog. (If you aren’t currently a follower, enter your email address in the “Follow this blog” box on the right, and then leave a comment.)

To enter the drawing for a free magazine, leave a comment saying what style or color fabrics you would use to make an “Intersections” quilt. The drawing will be on 24 November.

Click the icon below to link with the Quiltmaker blog, Quilty Pleasures. There you will find the other block designers on today’s portion of the week long blog tour. Register for prizes!

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113 thoughts on “Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks, Vol. 10 Blog Tour, Day 3

  1. How cute your block is !! I would use a light tan background and a variety of fall colored batiks for the intersections….I think it would make a very nice Fall quilt.

  2. Your “Intersections” block design will certainly go on my leader, ender list to use my scrappy leftover. Good job. Kathy in Colo

  3. I’d make it scrappy with batiks, blues or neutrals, depending on where I used it. Congratulations on making the Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks issue!

  4. With the small patches in this block I think it would look wonderful in patriotic colors. I would go with burgundy, navy and cream.

  5. My quilt would be made entirely of batiks — assorted light neutrals for the large squares and assorted medium to medium-dark rainbow colors for the small squares.

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