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100 Block Blog Tour

Come and Join me for the 100 Block Blog tour on November 7. 



I will be giving away 2 of these magazines. See more details November 7 when I blog about my block.


Happy Sewing!

Jina

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  1. Love the pinwheels. I could see this block as a joining block or a border as well as all by itself!

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  2. very cute. Love Riley Blake fabric

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  3. This block is wonderfully versatile. Tamsyn

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  4. Even if I were to never make a thing from the magazine, I just love looking at all the different blocks. Eye candy! But I have made several from past issues. I would love to win!

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  5. Pretty, pretty, pretty. This would be a very cool block to play around with. I am sure there are so many cool layouts possible. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  6. Love the soft colors you picked for your block. I've been collecting material for years, but made my first quilt just 2 months ago. This Blog Tour is my first & is opening my eyes to so much beauty! It would be wonderful to have a copy of 100 Blocks! So much to see!

    Thanks for a chance to win Jina!

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  7. I just love pinwheels and the way your block uses them is totally cool!!! Congratulations on getting your block in the book...I will be using your block in a quilt in the very near future!!!

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  8. I love pinwheels....thanks for sharing....going to try this one.

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  9. Jina,
    Congratulations on getting into the latest edition of "100"! Love that mag!

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  10. this magazine seems to have many different types of blocks, which is wonderful. I havent done machine embrodery yet, now i want to try.

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  11. I don't know the magazine yet, but I'm making a move to the modern quilting and would love to get more inspiration by such a magazine. lia.vandenbrand@live.nl

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