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. Elizabeth Ray

    Fun original block! I like the secondary patterns without the sashing.

  2. Rebecca K

    I really like the interlocking secondary pattern!

  3. Anita

    The version with the navy background is stunning with the secondary pattern!

  4. Martina

    Oh I love your block and the red blocks look a bit like small hearts which adds such a sweet touch.

  5. Betsy

    I love when all the blocks are sewn together to show how a quilt would look

  6. Patricia Cash

    Pretty block, love the red and white, it would be perfect for a little girl.

  7. Allison Evrard

    I love the quilt without the sashing–it reminds me of a Celtic knot.

  8. spierssusan

    I love this block, it is so different-and what an amazing quilt you made!

  9. Jennifer

    Love both options! The fabric choices for both are fantastic. I like the effect of the sevond option in particular.

  10. Cindy Kennedy

    I love your block. I really like it used in the quilt.

  11. Cindy

    What a neat block!

  12. Liz Horgan

    What a nice block-and I like the different layouts!

  13. Sue Holman

    I like the layout without the smashing best.

  14. KT

    Great block–I love both setting layouts!

  15. Kathy

    I love the quilt without the sashing and cornerstones. But then I also love the color choices in that one. Thank you for the inspiration. kathleendotlutzatcomcastdotnet

  16. ksl5343

    I follow you via email. Thank you for all of the great ideas and inspiration. kathleendotlutzatcomcastdotnet

  17. Dana Gaffney

    I like your quilt where the blocks look like they’re floating, so fun.

  18. Cindy M

    Cool block! Love the way it links together on the second version. I could have fun with this!
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  19. Monica R.

    I love quilts that can create different shapes when put together. The last version is the best.

  20. Paige

    What a great block! Love the version in red!

  21. rosa

    Any of the setting is fantastic and the one in blue and white caught my eye.

  22. rosa

    y of the setting is fantastic and the one in blue and white caught my eye.!

  23. Joyce Carter

    Wow! What a beautiful quilt your block makes! I really love the first one. Thank you for the giveaway.

  24. Rosalind Gutierrez

    Very clever innovation for a quilt block and the red and white is very striking.

  25. Lori Smanski

    congratulations. what a fun block. I really love it with the sashing.

  26. Annmarie

    Such an interesting block. Very creative.

  27. Quilting Tangent

    I like the interlocking of this block.

  28. Karen

    Congrats! I really like the red and white.

  29. Julie in WA

    This is a great versatile block for traditional or modern application. I like that in a block!

  30. bobbiesews

    I’m loving the block , the name, and your Katrina! thenks for the give a way.

  31. Lee Ann L.

    I love how this seems to be a versatile block! Congrats!

  32. Cynthia Knapp

    your block takes on a whole different look in the navy blue quilt. Very clever! Thank you for sharing your talent with us.

  33. Nancy

    great deign. Love seeing it in an actual quilt.

  34. goonyburd

    I love this block – it’s so cool!

  35. Beth T.

    It is so interesting how the feel of the block changes with the difference in color and changes in sashing. You’ve created a very versatile block–thank you for sharing!

  36. Bonnie

    Congrats on your winning block! It was interesting to learn that your inspiration was from Hungarian embroidery. Thanks for sharing.

  37. Teri

    What an interesting block!

  38. Judi Duncan

    I am Hungarian….I think I have to make this block now! (gotta say I love the red)

  39. buntyw

    I love your block – my favourite so far!!

  40. vivian

    Love the blue and white one. Congratulations!!

  41. Rochelle Summers

    Congratulations on having your block included in 100 Quilt Blocks. It is quite unusual. I really like the one with sashing.

  42. sewsingular

    Wow! You did a lot with this block. So neat! Thank you, peterstankovich@comcast.net

  43. Colette

    What a pretty block it is so sweet.

  44. quilterpt

    Nice secondary pattern that emerges with this block. Thanks for sharing!

  45. Rommy Van Houten

    I Like the designs of your Block. You did a gteat job

  46. Linda Christianson

    I see the love interlocked together. thanks for your blog and wonderful idea.

  47. Summer

    This block makes a fun knot pattern when the blocks are put together without sashing. That’d be really fun to quilt!

  48. Donna

    Love the secondary designs, and I love Two color quilts, this would be a great guy quilt. thanks for giveaway

  49. Lisa Marie

    Lovely block! Such different looks with the sashing or without.

  50. dhowardvt

    Cute block!

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