Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks Vol. 10–Blog Tour Day #3

And the Blog Tour continues. Today is Day #3 of the Blog Tour featuring Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks Vol. 10 which hit the Newsstands Yesterday. 


Join me and the Quilty Pleasures Blog as we get a sneak-peak of some of the blocks.

If you’ve never participated in a Blog Tour you are in for some fun and prizes!  Click Here for some information about how a Blog Tour works.

Today is a Hot White Chocolate kind of day.  Temperatures are rivaling those we usually get in January.  Grab your favorite warm beverage and settle back to read more from the Designers for the Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks Volume #10.  You will find some great blocks and even some Giveaways!!

Featured on Today’s QuiltMaker’s Blog:

Spike Ball by Denniele Bohannon for Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks Volume 10 was highlighted on today’s blog.

I was delighted to test this block.  It is a fun mix of traditional and modern look!


Go to the Quilty Pleasure’s Blog to also see Woven Ribbons by Lerlene Nevaril.  Love the use of Orange and Blue with a Black Tone-on-Tone background.

Today’s Quiltmaker’s Blog Sponsors are Robert Kaufman and Handi Quilter.  Check out their Blogs for additional giveaways!!

Today’s Featured Designers:

Please follow the instructions on their posts to be entered in their giveaways.

Note: *** indicate the blocks that I tested

My Tested Blocks –

My group tested 13 of the 100 Blocks.  We randomly received patterns and didn’t know (and had no choice) as to which techniques we would be testing.  All Blocks finish to 12” square (12-1/2” unfinished).

Cory Yoder – Block # 1000 – Serendipity Stars (Pieced)

Cory’s block not only is on the cover but her block is number 1000!  How exciting!!  Read her blog to see what part of this block is her favorite and see the block set in a quilt.


My Block – I like pieced blocks and I really like stars, so this was probably one of my favorites.  The stars just ‘explode.’



Rochelle Martin – Block #908 – Tweet, Tweet (Appliqué)

See this block used in a quilt.  If you like the quilt, the pattern will be available later this year.  The quilt is currently on display in Golden, CO, at the Quiltmaker’s home office.  If you are in the area, you could drop in and see it along with many others.

My Block – This was a cute block to make.  Although, mostly appliqué it is set off with pieced corners. Can you envision a quilt with a flock of multi-colored chicks?


### – I have one more block I want to share.  I haven’t tested it, but I know the Designer personally.  Camelia Elliott is a good quilting friend of mine.  I have helped her edit her patterns, and we’ve made some tutorial videos together.


Make sure you head over to her Blog to enter her giveaway for a copy of Quiltmaker’s 100 blocks, Vol. #10 and Like her Facebook Page to be entered to win one of her patterns.  You must Comment or Like by 11:59 PM Eastern Standard Time Today – November 19th.

There is so much more to share, but for now, why don’t you check out the Featured Designers.  Maybe you’ll find a block you might want to make!  Sign up on Quiltmaker’s Blog and the Designer’s Blogs for a change to win prizes.


If you can’t wait to win a giveaway or run out to the store, you can order your print or digital copy online.  If you order the digital copy, you can download it right away and you could be stitching one of these blocks this afternoon!

Join me tomorrow and I’ll share more of the blocks I’ve made.


Happy Stitching!

Quilt Mouse


About Quiltmouse

I am retired. I love to quilt. I make charity quilts as well as quilts for my friends & family.
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4 Responses to Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks Vol. 10–Blog Tour Day #3

  1. trkingmomoe says:

    I like the blocks.

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  2. I love the fabric you used for the star. What an awesome and striking block! The colors you used in the second block are great too and your little bird block is so cute! Even though you didn’t get to test my barn quilt block, I appreciate all of the testing you’ve done for me in the past. You’re such a talented lady!

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