Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks Vol.14 Blog Tour + Giveaway – Hungarian Posies

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Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks Vol.14 Blog Tour + Giveaway – Hungarian Posies

Welcome! I have been so excited for my stop on the Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks Blog Tour and I’m so happy you’re visiting today. I’m Stephanie, and you can read about me here.


I was so honored to hear that my block, Hungarian Posies would be included in Volume 14 of Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks along with so many other talented designers.


The inspiration for this block came from an old piece of Hungarian embroidery. This darling little flower was stitched on the sleeve of a young girl’s dress and I thought it make the sweetest pattern for a quilt.


The block provides a couple of different layouts that are fun to play with. For this one, I set the blocks with sashing and cornerstones. I love the traditional layout and the charm that comes with it.


If you place the blocks together without the sashing and cornerstones, you get a secondary pattern that feels a little more modern.


Prize 1: The editors at Quiltmaker are sponsoring a giveaway for a copy of 100 Blocks Vol. 14 and they will send the magazine to you anywhere worldwide.

Prize 2: I also have a copy of Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks Vol. 14. This giveaway is open to everyone (international included) and will be shipped by me.

The giveaway will run through Sunday, November 20th and close at Midnight Eastern. Use the Rafflecopter widget below to enter to win.

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Please be sure to visit Quiltmaker’s blog, Quilty Pleasures to see all of the creative and unique blocks in this issue. 100 Blocks Vol. 14.  is available on the newsstands now.

124 thoughts on “Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks Vol.14 Blog Tour + Giveaway – Hungarian Posies

  1. usairdoll

    Congratulations on having your block included in Quiltmaker 100, Vol. 14! Your block makes a beautiful quilt!! Thanks for showing a different layout as well.

    Thanks for a chance to win.


  2. Amy L

    Ooo, if you put your block on point, and color it a little differently, you have a modern strawberry! Way to go on your block publication!

  3. Katie T

    Oooh, that modern version is just lovely.

  4. Diana

    The quilt you made with your block is sweet!

  5. Darlene B

    I love the modern twist on this block. Very striking!

  6. Rebecca

    What a different design you came up with. Looks great

  7. Janet T

    Interesting quilt block. Congratulations for being chosen to show it in the magazine!
    ndfromsd at gmail. com

  8. tina

    I like without sashing as i love secondary patterns.

  9. catskillquilter

    I like your block. Thanks for participating — so many of us really enjoy the 100 Blocks series.

  10. Kris Searle

    This looks like it should make a chain. I like it very much

  11. Melody Lutz

    Oh what a fun block! De-lightful!

  12. Barbara Young

    Both block layouts are outstanding. I can see using them to fit the person the quilt would go to. Great job.

  13. Joye Cox

    I really like what you did with this design. I can see the inspriation from embroidery, but like that you went further with the idea. Thanks for sharing.

  14. Pam Peterson

    I really, really love your block. The quilt tops you made wirh it are equally great, but I think I like the one with the darker background a little bit more! Thanks for chance to win.

  15. Arlette

    It’s a gorgeous block, and quilts, I would love to see the hungarian embroidery you were taliking about

  16. Rachell Reilly

    hi nice to meet you! I just love it! I definitely like the rotating sections without dashing, because it looks like Celtic knots to me!

  17. Pamela R

    Cute block. Thanks for giveaway

  18. Sue

    Thanks for showing different ways to combine the block. Very intriguing.

  19. Carol Schon

    I would also like to see this block set on point — lots of fun to play with different layouts, as well as using different colors.

  20. Shelly Richards

    So cute that it can go dainty or modern.

    GeezBEES75 at Gmail dot com

  21. Dawn F.

    I always like blocks that can be used multiple ways to make different layouts. Great job!

  22. Nancysue

    I love how you can use a layout to connect the “q” tail, or use it not connecting 🙂 Congrats on your block!! Placing it on the to-do list for sure!!!!

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