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My favorie block is the ninepatch block. congratulatins, and thank you for your tutorials. Jofrid

Hello Erin! I absolutely love your blog, website, and great BOM patterns. Thanks for sharing with us!! I love the "Pigs in a Blanket or Annie's Choice" block. It's very simple yet very eye appealing. Have a blessed day!

Wow how generous of you! Those look amazing. I would have to say my favorite block is Ann's New Years Star.

I love the block Pickle Dish. I like the name, I like the look, and I like the fat quarters! I should also mention that your blog is incredible and enjoy reading it daily.

Jeg elsker flyvende gæs, og ninepatch.

My Favorite block is the Flower Basket
I just love anything that reminds me of spring.
Your blog is just amazing.
Thank you

my block I love so match is the friendshipstar, this block is nice to make and with patchwork and quilting we make a lot of friends to,

My long standing favourite is Patience Corner, a simple block with a multitude of results! How many times have we as quilters heard "Oh! You must have Patience!" when we've been sewing somewhere (Said here in an Australian drawl!)

Congratulations on the 150th will be looking forward to many,many more!My favorite pieced is a simple "nine patch".

Me gustaria participar, puedo? Estas telas me gustan mucho.

I like stars. Morning star. I´m right now making a starquilt.


My favorite quilt block is Dresden Plate.

My favorite block is Log Cabin !! Nice site :)
Best regards Anne-Marthe

I'm probably too late for the contest but wanted to tell my favorite block anyway. I love the Mariner's Compass. I love the light/dark shading on the star. I even made a round center piece for my table using a large version of this block. And, my second favorite is the log cabin...old stand by pattern for using up scraps of fabric or new themed fabric! When I saw the give-away prize I immediately thought of the log-cabin! Vanessa

Hi Erin, is there a trick to knowing how big to cut your fabric pieces so you end up with even borders on your centre block? For example, if my block was 22 inches square, how do I know that cutting them to your measurements would make my corners meet up perfectly?

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