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Quiltmaker's 100 Blocks Vol 5

I am so excited to be part of this great magazine, Quiltmaker's 100 Blocks Vol 5
My block is called "Five of Diamonds." The inspiration for this block comes from the beautiful solids from Riley Blake Designs. 

The block is on page 46. The magazine features many of my good friends in the quilting industry who are so talented.

I love the gray and pink together with a pop of white. The simplicity of the block allows the color to be showcased letting the 9-patch on point float in the middle.

I am so inspired by the use of solids and shades and how the colors work together to make a pleasing composition of colors and three dimensional design. I am working on revising an old quilt pattern called "Starry Starry Night" with solids. Here is a sneak peak. Look for it in the Riley Blake Design booth at International Quilt Market in Kansas city in a few weeks.

I am giving away 2 of these magazines, along with a fun surprise, so please leave your comments.

Happy Sewing!



  1. What a cool block! I've only recently jumped on the solids bandwagon and I'll have to give this block a try. Thanks for the chance in your giveaway!

  2. I love your block. I haven't worked with solids very much, but this would be the perfect block to start with. Thanks for the chance to win a copy of the magazne.

  3. That is a nice lovely block! Thank you for showcasing it. :-)

  4. great block for the book! thank for the opportunity to win a copy of the 100 blocks.

  5. Hi Jina. I also like the pop of white in your pink and grey block. Thanks for the chance to get my hands on all the lovely blocks :-)

  6. Awesome block and fabrics choices.I haven´t used many solids.Thanks for the chance!

  7. I love your block. It is simple and clean. Solid fabrics are great. Thank you for sharing.

  8. Very cute block - so versatile. Thanks for the chance to win!

  9. fun block, and thanks for the chance to win=)

  10. Love the block! I've had my eye on this magazine! Lots of inspiration!


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