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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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

Giveaways:

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. kay caldwell

    How sweet, but at first glance I thought it was a knot… still striking no matter what it’s called. Especially like the red on white background.

  2. billiemick

    What a great block. It shows lots of action.

  3. Sandy R.

    Thanks for the chance to win. It is fun looking at all the blocks and blogs..

  4. Kathie L

    Your block is my favorite for the day.

  5. Rhonda D in KY

    I think I’d try yellow on purple but I do like both of your versions.

  6. Lori Butler

    Very versatile block. Love the modern look.

  7. Elizabeth Engman

    This could be cute done in rainbow colors on black backgrounds. Thanks for showing the different settings.

  8. Verna A.

    I really like the look of the blocks without the sashing (on the darker version)!

  9. Hanke Fijnvandraat

    What a nice block! Many possibilities!

  10. Nance

    I love your block! There is really just something special about the traditional quilt blocks.

  11. Andrea O

    Beautiful block. Love the modern blue and white.

  12. lee

    Very stunning block!

  13. Anna brown

    I really like this very cool in black and whites… happyness04431@yahoo.com

  14. Anna brown

    I follow on blogloven… happyness04431@yahoo.com

  15. mblittle5

    Very cute block. Thanks for the giveaway.

  16. Laura

    Thanks for showing the options for the block layouts. Lots of fun.

  17. Joanna

    I love the name and source of inspiration for this block. I would definitely make it in floral prints.

  18. Margaret Andrews

    It is fun to take something that you have seen in another media and make it a quilt pattern. Thanks for sharing your talent and your block with us. It is just beautiful.

  19. Debbie @ Shadows of the Blue Ridge

    Oh how sweet your Hungarian Posies block is! How interesting to see it change from traditional to modern – so versatile! I so enjoy reading all the blogs on the hop :o) My block, Order in the Court, is also in Volume 14, so no need to include me in your drawings, I just wanted to stop by and say, “Hi!”

  20. nancyangerer

    Love your block–especially the modern version

  21. Jeanne in Ohio

    I love your block! I see is scrappy and on point. Wonderful!

  22. Judy

    Beautiful block I love the more traditional version in the red and white layout..

  23. debbierhodes

    very cute… drhodes9@cox.net

  24. Patricia Hersl

    Love the movement.

  25. Jocelyn

    Very cool block! Thanks for the giveaway.

  26. Cecilia

    Very cute! I love the red on white version. I think it would look great as a scrappy quilt, too.

  27. JoyceLM

    Great block. Love how it looks in the quilt. Thanks.

  28. Wendy

    Very cute block, You could also make a wreath with a bow out of it.

  29. Nancy D

    Beautiful block! Love the quilt it creates!

  30. Mary D

    Your block looks great made up into a quilt. A modern lock block. I love the blue and white colorway.

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  31. Nancy Tanner

    Love your block soooo cute. Thanks for the giveaway.

  32. moosebaymusings

    Love your Posies–so fun!!

  33. Barbara Woods

    Love your quilt block

  34. Sandi

    Love your block and how you made a quilt using it with sashing and corner stones. Thanks for a chance to win.

  35. Loris Mills

    Creative block, especially with sashing and corner stones. Thank you for the sweet giveaway.

  36. Deb

    I absolutely love the reds/pinks in your quilt!

  37. Loriann Fish

    I can see lots of possibilities with this block. Very nice.

  38. Susan

    Yours is the most interesting block today. I love it in the white and blue colors.

  39. Kathy h

    I love the woven look of these blocks.

  40. Elaine M.

    I love the secondary pattern…..and I can picture it in so many wonderful colour combinations.

  41. Joy P

    Cute block! Love the interlocking looks of the blue and white quilts. Thanks for showing the different options.

  42. Jenn

    getting inspiration from embroidery is cool. don’t think i’ve done that before.

  43. Brenda E.

    This would be great as a mini block too!

  44. Ariane

    I love your block! It looks amazing in a quilt!

  45. Lori M

    Your Block is Awesome!! Love the red one!! Thank you for chance to win your Give-a-way too! Would make a quilt for sure! 🙂

  46. Pat T.

    Congratulations on a great block!!
    It’s amazing how different it looks, with different colors/fabrics and layout!
    I love both versions here… (Hmmm… I think I’d like to play with colors… ?)
    (At first glance, I saw a knot… I love the name and backstory!.. Finding design inspiration in everything around us!)
    Thank you!
    Pat T.

  47. JoAnne T.

    Such a pretty block, I could use it for many things.

  48. Chris

    Great block, love the colors.

  49. Carol W

    I like the way the blocks fit together.

  50. Nicole Sender

    Like the versatility of your block!

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