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Friday, November 15, 2013



Come on in and join me for the "Quiltmaker's 100 Blocks Volume #8 Blog Tour"!  Just leave me a comment on what is your favorite Thanksgiving tradition.  Be sure to include your email so I can contact you when you win!  Then go back to the Quilty Pleasures Blog to hop over to the next name on the list.

While you are here to visit, be sure to stop at my web site www.stitchedbuy.com to see my newest book and patterns as well as 3 FREE PATTERNS utilizing my Square-agonals technique.

The first winner I select will win a the free copy of the Volume 8 magazine.  However, I will also pick four more winners and send them each one of my new patterns!

Here is a picture of my block, it is on page 58:
Weaver Block













Here is a sample quilt made with 12 of the Weaver Blocks. 
Weaver Block Quilt




Thank you for visiting and check back on Sunday to see if you are a winner!




196 comments:

  1. I really like your block - very nice!

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  2. Your Weaver block makes a wonderful secondary pattern. My favorite Thanksgiving tradition is getting up really early on Thanksgiving morning and baking homemade Pecan Pie and Apple Crisp and then putting on the Turkey. While I'm baking I usually talk to my sister who lives 250 miles away, everyone else in the house is asleep and it's one of the nicest times of the year for me!

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  3. The block is lovely and congratulations on being included in the magazine. My favourite thanksgiving tradition is just having all the family around the table and giving thanks for our health and happiness. I don't always take enough time during a busy life to say thank you to all of them for the joy they bring me.

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  4. "Easy" block makes wonderful quilt. Perfect. Quilt from Your book Simply Sensational Square-agonals Quilts looks very difficult but amazing.

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  5. Congrats on being in the Quiltmaker's 100 blocks! My favorite Thanksgiving tradition is just being with family.

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  6. Great block, and thank your for the chance to win a copy of 100 Blocks. My favorite tradition is cranberry salad.

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  7. Fav is just the family gathering; food is the bonus. You had me at Square Agonal! Congrats on Volume 8!

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  8. Family gathering and laughter!

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  9. My favorite is we have Thanksgiving whenever the largest number of family members can be present. Some years we have had two Thanksgivings. This year we are having it the day after tomorrow.

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  10. Lots of family and friends, lots of food and lots of wonderful laughter and memories.

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  11. A great block!
    I like your Swirly pattern!

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  12. Congrats on a super block! I love my family just getting together - the pumpkin pie is always good!

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  13. Great block. Looks stunning in the quiltsetting. Celebrate and ejoy family gatherings.

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  14. I love having time for a run with a friend, and then getting together with family for our traditional turkey dinner.

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  15. Our best Thanksgiving tradition is to all be together. We cook, we eat, we enjoy. This is my favorite block from the blog tour. I love the colors and the pattern is so appealing. Thank you for sharing your talent.

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  16. My favorite Thanksgiving tradition is having the family together and playing games, lots of laughter and of course good food.

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  17. My favorite thanksgiving tradition is baking home made apple pie - my favorite.

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  18. Family get togethers and Pumpkin Pie, What else do you need?? Thanks!

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  19. Family is my favorite part of Thanksgiving... working together to get that wonderful meal on the table..

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  20. Nice block. My favorite part of Thanksgiving is smelling the roasting bird for hours--both before and after the feast. That wonderful aroma just seems to linger.

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  21. love the wonderful smells of Thanksgiving.. the day before I am sauteing onions and celery for my stuffing which makes the house smell so good.. then the breads, pies and cakes baking fill the air.. and on the day it is the turkey roasting that tickles the nose..

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  22. Love your block. It would look great in a scrappy version I think. svonfumetti(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  23. My favorite Thanksgiving tradition is watching my husband cook the turkey and watching football together. Thanks for the give away!

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  24. Favorite tradition is pumpkin pie - yum!
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  25. Cooking the turket!! Great Block, congratulations on having it in the magazine. blaukat@hickorytech.net

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  26. Spending time with my family(preferably my grands)!

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  27. We try to get together with my hubby's family at the family cottage.It was small but a new larger one is being built so cheers to more family dinners! Love the layout with your block! Hoping for a copy of the magazine!

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  28. Love your block! My favorite thing for any holiday is eating dinner at home with the family.

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  29. We spend the holidays at our oldest son's house and it is so nice. We co-mingle with the in laws and they co-mingle with us. We eat a lot, laugh a lot and have so much fun.

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  30. Having my grandchildren here to spoil for a few days! After all, that's what Gramma's are supposed to do! Weaver quilt is very interesting...I think it'll go on my "To Do" list.

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  31. I get up really early and get the turkey in the oven, then I prep the egg and sausage casserole. Finally, curl up in my favorite chair and start watching the Macy's Day parade. I've watched it every year it's been on TV! Thanksgiving now is just my son and I, so it's a nice quiet weekend. On Saturday I take down the fall decorations and start decorating for Christmas.

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  32. A simple yet striking block. I like in Canada so our Thanksgiving is past. This weekend will be teaching a poinsetta workshop.

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  33. I like dressing, making it with my sister especially!!! Thanks for a chance to win :)

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  34. Just love Southern Cornbread Dressing combined with a Crispy Fried Turkey . Thanks for chance to win issue and congrats to you on your block !

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  35. Our Thanksgiving is usually pretty quiet... Just us, a turkey, and football. This is the weekend that I try to get all of my holiday sewing done in as well.

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  36. Philadelphia's parade is the oldest Thanksgiving Day parade and great fun. You know it's the holiday season when Santa and the Mrs are arrive at the Art Museum steps (the Rocky steps). Great time with family and good food. kathleendotlutzatcomcastdotnet

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  37. My favorite thanksgiving tradition is getting together with relatives for dinner with all the turkey and trimmings.

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  38. Nice block! Thanks for the chance!

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  39. All the meal served with family and friends . Congrats on being in Vol 8

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  40. Favorite Thanksgiving traditions: family gathered, prayers for family present and memories of those no longer with us, good food, lots of laughter, 1500 piece jigsaw puzzle, and a BAD talent show which always provides a fun time!

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  41. Congrats on being published - I love your block and can't wait to give it a try. I love Thanksgiving just to have most family & friends we can pack into the house all having fun and planning for the upcoming Christmas holiday. Thanks so much for the chance to win. :)

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  42. Congratulations! Love your weaver block! My favorite tradition is eating cold leftover dressing!

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  43. I love the fresh turkey and dressing...just tastes better on Thanksgiving Day..

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  44. I like turkey, stuffing, and football. Taking a nap used to be a tradition, but that's been changed to a hike in the woods now that we have a six-year old.

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  45. I like stuffing and pecan pie! We always go for a walk after the big meal!

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  46. The food...OH THE FOOD! The whole family cooks so the job isn't on one. It's a wonderful time.

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  47. Gathering of family! Congrats on your block!

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  48. congrats on being published. The best thing about the holidays is getting together as family and friends
    quilting(dash)lady(at)Comcast(dot)net

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  49. Congrats on being in 100 Blocks My kids get to come home for Thanksgiving this year so excited

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  50. Congratulations on getting your block in the magazine.
    24Tangent@gmail.com

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  51. I love having the whole family together. For years Thanksgiving was our Christmas because it was a better time to travel weather wise and we all lived in different parts of the country so Thanksgiving was when we all got together.

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  52. I'm off to my sister's for Thanksgiving. Tradition wise, I would say the Macy's Day parade on TV would be it.

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  53. Pumpkin pie - I'm excited to share Thanksgiving with our Finnish foreign exchange student this year.

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  54. Congratulations! Like your block and the lines it makes in your quilt. Thanks for this chance.

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  55. Gorgeous batik block. Love the colors and fabrics you picked. Our families live to far to gather for Thanksgiving, so we always celebrate with our friends who also live away from family. We alternate homes each year which makes it a joy for all.

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  56. I really like the effect of your block in the quilt layout.

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  57. Love the effect when pieced together! I like seeing family on Thanksgiving...but the mashed potatoes are a definite draw!

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  58. Congratulations on a great block design!
    We don't have Thanksgiving here in England but at Christmas I love mince pies!!

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  59. I love your Weavers block - thanks for sharing. Since there's just the 2 of us for Thanksgiving, I cook just a turkey breast, and to make sure I have enough gravy for my husband (actually there's never enough gravy), I cook a whole chicken in my crockpot the day before plus I have some giblets for the gravy & dressing. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  60. Getting together with family is the best part of Thanksgiving. This year I have a lot of extended family coming to my house which is wonderful since some of them haven't made the long trip in several years.

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  61. Loving your block. So many possibilities!

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  62. putting the weaver's block together into a quilt like you showcased looks really cool! Congrats!

    As for Thanksgiving, I just like getting together with family. It is my favorite holiday because it is a time to get together without worries of cost and presents. It is just time to visit, laugh, and argue not to mention the good eats.

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  63. Love the Weaver's Block! My favorite tradition is a family gathering for Thanksgiving dinner, followed by turkey nap and more football.

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  64. Getting together with family is my favorite part of Thanksgiving.

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  65. My favorite tradition is being with family and cooking the feast. By the way, I love the Weaver's block.. I new the art and think maybe I can make this.

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  66. Just getting together with my family is my favorite tradition. Your block is very cool!

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  67. Beautiful work. Thanks for sharing!

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  68. my favorite tradition for Thanksgiving.......the whole family getting together for a homemade meal.

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  69. Love your choice of batiks for the block. Favorite tradition -- fun with family, traditional foods, guys watching football while grown-up girls chat and kids play.

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  70. This is my favorite block on the tour. I really like the quilt made from these blocks! It is definitely on my todo list.
    Thanksgiving is always at my house. It is the only time of the year that the whole family gathers at our house. FUN!

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  71. We love to watch the Macy's Day Parade while I am prepping food. I can see the tv from the kitchen and wouldn't think of Turkey Day prep without the parade. Thank you! I love your block.

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  72. What a pretty block! Makes an interesting quilt.

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  73. This is really colourfull! Congrates on making the book!

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  74. Such a great quilt - Weaver Block Quilt! I love your block. Congratulations!
    wlinda_ca@yahoo.com

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  75. I love the way the blocks look woven - definitely a block I will have to try out!

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  76. Congrats first of all. I just love the weaver block look. Great job. My favorite part of Thanksgiving is all the time with the family, I'm really blessed with my love ones. Have a blessed day

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  77. Love your block! Favorite Thanksgiving tradition is simply getting together with family.

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  78. I can't have Thanksgiving without Pumpkin Pie.

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  79. My favorite newer tradition: going to my daughter's house for Thanksgiving and playing with my grandchildren instead of cooking!

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  80. Our Thanksgiving tradition is making the beloved casseroles (especially Oyster Casserole) and bringing new recipes, too!

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  81. My favorite tradition.. when I was growing up our whole family..aunts, uncles, cousins...etc. would join together at my Grandma's house... When it was time to eat... we would each go around and say what we were thankful for.. I really enjoyed the feeling of all of us together.
    tyned@hotmail.com

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  82. The favorite tradition of mine is being able to eat my mothers chocolate fudge.
    smjohns63 at yahoo dot com

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  83. Enjoy getting together with family on thanksgiving--food a close second

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  84. Your Weaver block has my attention. Love the possibilities. My favorite Thanksgiving tradition is visiting family. We live far from family so a trip to see them is always special. My Grandson and I go for a very long walk and those at the house wonder if we will return in time for the meal!

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  85. Just being with my family and eating too much! LOL Love your block and the quilt too!
    Happy quilting
    Dawn
    array-dawn@cox.net

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  86. I enjoy the day - walking & photo taking either before eating or after doing the dishes and it doesn't matter if it is warm or cold. Thanks, Cindy at cwienstroer@amuniversal.com

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  87. I miss my grandmother's house and doing the dishes between every course...then peeling back the tablecloth and playing penny poker afterwards.

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  88. I guess being with family is what I miss. Everyone is spread out in other states.

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  89. Beautiful block and it goes into such a lovely quilt. I'm headed over to look at your patterns. Congratulations on being included in the Block Issue.

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  90. I love the dimensional look to your quilts. It's on my bucket list of quilts to do before I die!

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  91. I love the way the block weaves on the quilt! Super!!!

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  92. Great woven looking block. Congratulations on being in the magazine.We usually visit with family so that is my favorite part of the day, seeing family that I don't see very often.

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  93. Nancy: rangerer@sbcglobal.netNovember 15, 2013 at 3:51 PM

    Congrats on being chosen to be in vol. 8. Your block is wonderful. I have really been drawn to designs that look woven.

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  94. Dressing....Turkey and Dressing and of course the family getting together.

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  95. The quilt looks so difficult but seeing the block, makes me realize how easy it is to do, nice design and nice for people like me who are learning more about patterns and how the interact when put into a quilt.

    Debbie

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  96. Versatile woven look block. Very nice. My favorite Thanksgiving tradition is to get together with as much family as possible for a meal and socializing. My husband and I also like to volunteer to serve a Thanksgiving dinner to the homeless at one of the soup kitchens or at one of the low-income apartment complexes near us.

    senstrings (at Yahoo) dot (com)

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  97. Very good block. Would make a great scrap quilt.

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  98. My favorite "tradition" on Thanksgiving is to simply get together with family.

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  99. My favorite Thanksgiving tradition is being together with family. I love your block it is so pretty and I always like a block that gives dimension to a quilt like yours does.

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  100. Love the new block. My favorite tradition is Pumpkin Pie. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  101. My favorite Thanksgiving tradition is a big roast turkey dinner and then playing cards. Then getting out early for the Black Friday Sales!

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  102. This is a great block! My fav Thanksgiving tradition is taking a nap and playing games after the big feast!

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  103. That's a great block and love the quilt too! My favorite tradition is having turkey and all the fixings and eating myself silly!

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  104. Congratulations for being published! I really like your Weaver Block. The sample quilt made with 12 of the Weaver Blocks looks really nice! The entire family getting together for Thanksgiving is what I like best. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  105. Wow, totally amazed at your woven block. I hope I win the magazine with the block pattern. My favorite tradition on Thanksgiving is my now passed away mother-in-law's recipe for oyster casserole. Yummy. And everyone loves it, even non oyster lovers!!!

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  106. Great block...and so good for beginners. Thank you for sharing.

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  107. Great block! I love how they weave together. Thanksgiving gatherings always included chicken and noodles growing up. We don't always get together anymore, but I still make the chicken and noodles when we do.

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  108. Love your block.

    syvisser@gmail(dot)com

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  109. Love getting together with family. Congrats on making the magazine, your block is great.

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  110. Your block is really nice. Congratulations on your block being selected. My favorite Thanksgiving tradition is watching football games after eating a really delicious meal.

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  111. Love your block! After a family gathering for Thanksgiving, we have often gone to see a new movie as a family.

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  112. I loved the quilt your block created. I plan to make this one. My hubby fries a turkey and daughter bakes one. All the family gathers with any friends neighbors or anyone we can find who doesn't have a place to go. One of our best Thanksgivings and the one we will always remember is the year my nephew stopped in a town he was passing thru and invited Mr. Riley, a homeless man to dinner. We were so blessed to have Mr. Riley at our table.

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  113. i have always wanted to make this block. I
    just couldn't settle on the fabric to use,maybe someday after the stack of quilts I need to finish. Dressing and pumpkin pie are our favorites.

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  114. I like the way this block works in the full quilt layout very much. This could be really fun with seasonal fabrics.

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  115. Very interesting block. I like the full size quilt.

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  116. Love your Weaver block; it looks great in the large quilt picture. Our "famous" T'giving tradition is going around the table to say what we are thankful for before we eat...I know it's not very "original" but we get a few tears flowing before the turkey gets cut!

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  117. I love your block It is very pretty. Our tradition for Thanksgiving is eat turkey then take a long afternoon nap

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  118. Pretty block! Our Thanksgiving tradition is to decorate for Christmas that weekend. Thanks for the chance to win a copy of the magazine.

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  119. Nice block, and I love the effect when you put them all together! My favorite Thanksgiving tradition is the turkey dinner, including a cranberry chutney which I love to make.

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  120. love the full quilt and your block, our Canadian thanksgiving is over but lots of food is common in both countries, thanks for the giveaway chance.

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  121. Great block and quilt design. Inspirational. I definitely want to make it.

    SewCalGal
    www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

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  122. Thanksgiving tradition, spend all day cooking and cleanup after a big turkey dinner with as many of the family that can make it. Hopefully need all the leaves in the table.

    Congrats on having a nice block in the 100 Blocks issue, I love those magazines.

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  123. After all the food is put away, we do a craft for Christmas. Started when I was a kid and I still do it (I'm 60). This year we're making angels :).Great block and just love your design!

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  124. I love your block! Thanksgiving is always family time, regardless of all the extras that go with our gathering together.

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  125. Great block! I love the joy and blessing of getting together with my family.

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  126. Favorite Thanksgiving tradition is sweet potato casserole. Oh so yummy.

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  127. Nice block and quilt design. Congratulations on being in the new Block magazine. Looking forward to traditional Thanksgiving with family.

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  128. This block looks like one I could really get going with my new found interest in batiks. I might have to try it next!

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  129. This block is so cool...dating my self. ;-) Anyway I like how it works out in the quilt. Thanks. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

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  130. I must have a turkey dinner with all the fixins. Wouldn't be Thanksgiving without that meal.

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  131. I love your block and Congrats on getting it in Vol.8. My favorite Thanksgiving tradition is using my moms recipe for homemade noodles!

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  132. Wow - once your block is designed into a quilt it really sparkles! Love the quilt design & will be making it up as a table runner!
    I am a cook in a family of hunter's so we have easy hearty meals like chili on Thanksgiving when the hunter's come in from the cold.

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  133. Your block makes a really striking quilt! My favorite Thanksgiving tradition is pretty standard - making all the side dishes to go with the turkey!

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  134. Fabulous block! Oh boy, I love so much about Thanksgiving but the best is having everyone together to relax & reflect on what to be thankful for. Thanks so much for a chance at the give-away.
    Maureen
    mgw070 at shaw dot ca

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  135. I really like your block. The weave pattern in the quilt is great. Thank you for sharing your talents. I do not have any set Thanksgiving family traditions, but I do enjoy spend the day with my family no matter if we cook a meal at home or join friends at their table.

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  136. My favorite thing about thanksgiving is going around the table explains about what you r happy for and family!

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  137. As kids, we would get together and watch Sound of Music in the evening. Of course, most everyone would be sleeping through a lot of the movie! Now having my own child, I can't wait to have him watch…..and me of course fighting the napping bug!

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  138. Giving thanks to God for another good year.

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  139. Your block is very interesting. I can see it in many colors. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  140. Wouldn't this block be great in red. Anything is better in red. Pumpkin pie is my favorite Thanksgiving treat

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  141. love the effect this block has as a quilt

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  142. oh I adore Glory Stars!
    and Weaver is fantastic--I'm always on the lookout for Celtic-looking designs.
    just finding a day where the family can get together is hard for us--I work as a hospital registrar, hubby is a firefighter, hubby's brothers are police/firefighter and a dispatcher, and my mom-in-law is along for the ride! it's fun cooking and hanging out all day in between with the family.

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  143. Besides the common tradition of gathering, my favorite tradition is setting the table with my grandmother's china.

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  144. love the woven effect in the quilt, and love the movement in your sqareagonals book cover.

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  145. Thanksgiving is having dinner with the family.

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  146. Everyone comes to my house for Thanksgiving, my favorite thing is family.

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  147. My favorite thing about Thanksgiving is the chaos. No matter where we end up it seems to be a mad house. ll_gee (at) hotmail dot com

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  148. Great block and I can see this is so many different fabrics, even scrappy would be awesome. Getting together, enjoying each other's company and eating seems to be what we do, hehe. Congratulations on having your block included in Vol.8, Quiltmaker's 100.

    Thank you for a super giveaway and a chance to win.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  149. My favorite Thanksgiving tradition--watching the NYC Macy's parade!

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  150. My favorite Thanksgiving tradition is sitting down to dinner with all the family.

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  151. I love how the block sets together. Lindasquilting@yahoo.com

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  152. What a great block! On Thanksgiving we have a traditional family dinner with turkey and all the trimmings.
    bhometchko(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  153. Congrats on your block I see many quilts I can make with it. Favourite Thanksgiving tradition is calling my family who I am unable to see. Happy Quilting:)

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  154. Love your block - can't wait to get started on making a quilt!

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  155. Love having friends and family over but have to keep the menu traditional! thks pjrquilter at msn dot com

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  156. love your block and am intrigued with your diagonal method. love our family thanksgiving dinners.

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  157. Our family's favorite Thanksgiving tradition is to ski on Thanksgiving Day & feast on Friday!

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  158. Watching the "Rocketts" in the Macy's Thanksgiving Parade.

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  159. Having a big turkey dinner with family. :) Love your block! :)

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  160. i really love the quilt that this block makes. Awesome. Now just to find the time. My favorite Thanksgiving tradition is just spending the day with my family and friends.

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  161. The weaver block is stunning. Congrats

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  162. We always get together with family and do the traditional Turkey dinner. I love that it seems like the one day that everyone can just hang out and visit and not rush off to the next place! Sometimes, we hang out for so long, we drag everything back out and eat again!

    Love how your blocks have movement!

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  163. For us Thanksgiving is a great time to have the family all home. The turkey is nice, too!

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  164. My favorite thing about Thanksgiving is getting together with my family. The food is just a fortunate side.
    patwade@cox.nett

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  165. I have been getting together with friends for years, it's a tradition I love on Thanksgiving, it's a very special time. I am really interested in your new book, may you go into a second and even third printing, thanks.

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  166. I love having the girls and I plan a feast for Thanksgiving dinner. Everyone always wants to invite someone to come over, probably mostly to have an excuse to make more food. We usually have at least one or two guests over to celebrate with us.

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  167. My favorite Tradition is cooking the dinner with help from family.

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  168. It's most important to be together. This doesn't happen very often since we live in different states. Once we're together, it's all about the food, of course!

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  169. Congratulations on a really strong block.
    I've never celebrated Thanksgiving, but I think the best part must be the family all getting together; something we have at New Year.

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  171. We have much to be thankful for this Thanksgiving. You see, our son just returned home safe and sound from Afghanistan!! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  172. I think Weavers Block is my favorite with the way it goes together into a quilt - gorgeous. Now that my parents are in their 80's, my brothers and I bring more of the food for our Thanksgiving celebration.

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  173. I love the optical illusion of curves. I love the once a year meal with stuffing and gravy.

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  174. My favorite Thanksgiving tradition is just to be with family.....and sometimes that is hard to do when you live far away. Love your block.

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  175. Great block! What fun patterns you could create with it.

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  176. Turkey dinner is the best tradition in my books!! Great block. Thanks for the chance to win an issue!

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  177. Love woven style and lattice look - Great block!
    Thank you!!

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  178. Being with family is my most favorite tradition for Thanksgiving…nice block! --Connie chendryx(at)nctv(dot)com

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  179. "Congratulations!" I have enjoyed visiting you today. Mary Arline

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  180. A great block! I totally LOVE your square-agonal design! How did you ever come up with that??? I don't really celebrate Thanksgiving -- but I do like to sit down with my xmas card list and start writing xmas messages to friends.

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  181. Hello! I am new to your blog and i live in the UK so not sure if I can enter your giveaway. Of course we don't have Thanksgiving here, but I have loved reading through everyones comments, especially the ones that describe all the yummy foods and the smells! The quilt design at the top of your blog is absolutely stunning, there is a feeling you have created of a wonderful dimensional kind of 'wave' - not sure how to describe it! Very clever, I do love this.
    Well, have enjoyed scrolling through your blog this morning,
    Best wishes, Kate
    kate_orchardmerkel@o2.co.uk

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  182. Just spending time with family is my favorite Thanksgiving tradition. My mom and sister have always done the Black Friday shopping thing, and my grandma always put up the Christmas tree on that day. I like just hanging out with the fam. :-) Congrats on getting your block in the book and thank you so much for the giveaway.
    utahoosier at yahoo dot com

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  183. Thanksgiving is about family...whether we can spend time together, get to see each other via the web cam, or visit over the phone!

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