Sunday, 28 August 2016

100 Blocks

Yay! I have another block published in the Super Great magazine 100 Blocks, Volume 14. It is on sale now. It's the most fun magazine. 100 original blocks and all the directions to make each block are included. If you want a copy and can't find one locally, send me an email and we can arrange delivery of the magazine to you. karen@fabricaddict.net  Here is my block that is published in this volume. They named it "Blossom Burst". Page 8, the first block in the magazine. This is the EQ image, the "real" block has yo-yos around the outside (the green circles) and a yellow yo-yo in the center. I don't know where I saved my photo of the actual block. The actual block and instructions are included in 100 Blocks. So excited! Happy Dance! I'd love to have everyone on my Facebook page. Quilters have taken over Facebook! www.facebook.com/www.fabricaddict.net
Cheers! Karen Bialik, The Fabric Addict. It's only an addiction if you admit it!

59 comments:

  1. Wow! I love your block and the bright colors. It is on my must make list. Thank you for your block and for the giveaway. cjneubauer@iowatelecom.net

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    1. Thank-you Wanda, very kind of you. I love yo-yos. Let me see what you make!

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  2. Love your block. Bet it looks cute with the yo-yo's.

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    1. I am a yo-yo junkie. I love adding yo-yos to things. How about you?

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    1. Thanks so much, Nancy. 100 Blocks is the best magazine, isn't it? Eye candy. I read mine over and over.

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  4. What a pretty quilt with many colors of flowers.

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    1. I'll post a quilt image using this block. I'm still playing with ideas. Thanks for your kind comment.

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  5. Love your block - will be looking for the "real" picture! ;)

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    1. I send the real block to 100 Blocks. The picture in the magazine is of the real, finished block. Thanks for loving it!

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  6. What a fun burst of sunshine and fun.! kathleendotlutzatcomcastdotnet

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    1. It is fun and bright! I love yo-yos and Dresden type applique. So easy and addicting.

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    1. Thanks Joyce, I'm so glad you like it. Thanks for your comment. Each one makes my day brighter.

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  8. Lovely block. I'm looking forward to seeing it with the yo-yos.

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    1. The picture in 100 Blocks is of the actual block. I sent it to them. Thanks for your nice comment. Much appreciated.

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  9. Congrats on your block. I love anything with yo-yos so I'm definetely making this one.

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    1. Claire, thanks so much. I'd love to see your version of my block. It was fun to make.

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  10. Love your block and I am a yo-yo fan. rozz01 at cox dot net

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    1. I am a yo-yo enthusiast also. Love Yo-Yos and Dresden type applique. Please share your version when you make it.

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  11. Love them colors and on a very cool block...happyness04431@yahoo.com

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    1. Gotta love the brights, right? Life is too short for drab colors. Thanks for your comment.

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  12. Love them colors and on a very cool block...happyness04431@yahoo.com

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    1. Thanks so much! I love yo-yos. They are fun to make. Please share your version, if you make one.

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    1. Thanks, Jeanne, I had fun making this one.

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  15. Great block! Love your color choices.

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    1. Hi Cecilia, thanks for your comments. They sure were fun fabrics to work with.

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  16. This is really neat
    auntie.clark@gmail.com

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  17. Yes, I admit, I am an addict too! Love your block, so cool to be in the magazine. I'm not on facebook, so sorry I won't be joining you there.

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    1. I'm glad I'm not the only addict out there! It is cool to have my block in 100 Blocks.

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  18. I'm an addict too. I think the term is fabriholic, or scrapmeister.

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    1. Scrapmeister, that's a good one. It's a good addiction.

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  19. What a bright, pretty flower! Love it!! Thanks so much!
    lstangl482@ aol dot com

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  20. Lovely block. Love the circle of circles around the dresden.

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  21. Wonderful Dresden block! I enjoyed your Blog.

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  22. What a wildly happy quilt block.
    kaylace@bellsouth.net

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  23. Great block.Like the added circles and your choice of fabrics.

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    1. Thanks. It was a very fun block to make.

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  24. Looking forward to seeing your block in print, what a great idea to use yoyos for the circles. Kathy in snowy Colo

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    1. Thanks. I like yo-yos. They seem so cheery.

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  25. Your block is such fun..know to see the yo-yo's...and block..in person would beso different & stunning!! I loooove it!

    Would love to win the magazine..soooo many projects!! lol

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    1. Did you enter to win some blocks? Better than winning a lottery.

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  26. Love the colors - wish we could see your actual block.

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    1. I sent the actual block to 100 Blocks. The picture in the magazine is of the actual block. The bright fabric was fun to work with.

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  27. Pretty special to be the #1 block in the magazine. Very cute and fun block! Bet the yo-yos make it even better.

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    1. The picture in 100 Blocks is of the actual block. #1 is a nice spot to be, for sure!

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  28. Such flowers are a nice addition to quilts --- I can visualize this appliqued on top of pieced blocks.
    quiltschon@att.net

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  29. I am not on FB with no plans to do so soon. I am not sure if you are giving away a copy of the QM 100 Block magazine here on your blog as that information is not listed.

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