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Upcoming Events July 10, 2012

Posted by Pam in KC in Uncategorized.
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First is the ongoing Red, White & Blue Blog Hop.  A complete scheduled can be found HERE.  My day is tomorrow.  Stop back to see what I’ve come up with and a give-away.

Next is the Tetris Quilt-a-long.  It starts next Tuesday. You can read about it HERE.  I have my fabrics selected and boxed together.   Melissa has lined up some great sponsors for give-a-ways.  Now if I can just find my box.

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Comments

1. Shelia - July 11, 2012

Love your block and quilt layout. Thanks for participating in the bloghop.
Yes I have changed seam lines before to help make the block go together easier.
Happy quilting.

2. Sheila - July 11, 2012

Great blocks, thanks for sharing and being part of the blog hop!

3. Marj - July 11, 2012

I love the block that you made. Thanks for the chance to win one of your beautiful stilettos.

4. LeAnne L - July 11, 2012

I really like the block you came up with. I change seam lines all the time in quilt patterns.

5. Maxine - July 11, 2012

Really like your block..but I have never dried to change the seam in any quilt…need to step out of the box. Thanks for the chance to win..Really like this RWB blog hop..

6. Lyn M - July 11, 2012

I like your block. thanks for posting. Thanks for the chance to win and love the stilettos

7. Chiska Williams - July 11, 2012

I love your block! I’ve never changed seam lines, but I have chosen blocks for easier seam lines. Thanks!

8. Margie - July 11, 2012

Love the way your block turned out and grows into a quilt. I’ve not tried to change seams in a block, have enough trouble putting them together like it says. Am a person that must have a pattern. Thanks for this chance!

9. Marilyn Lewis - July 11, 2012

I’m just now starting to design my own quilt patterns. I don’t have EQ, but want to get it soon. I just have a hard time justifying spending so much money on the program when I don’t have my own computer. I doubt one of my kids wants a quilt pattern on their computer :) Mom would never get off the computer then! So, not only would I have the expense of the EQ program, but I’d have the expense of a new computer too! One day… I love watching people design and reading about the thought process that goes into it. Love your quilt and can’t wait to see the whole thing finished up.

10. Bea - July 11, 2012

great job in EQ, I often changed blocks around and add seams, I’ve seen this block and thought the same thing…. I LOVE EQ….. your layout is awesome, looks totally different on point like that!

11. Jenelle Boxberger - July 11, 2012

Thanks for the fun blog. Love the block. I dont’ know if I’ve changed seam lines before or not because lots of times when I see a block I love I print it off and make up my own way of making it. So it could be the right way or probably a harder way is the way I get mine done. LOL.

12. Susan - July 11, 2012

I love your block! Thanks for the details on how to make it :o) I have never re-designed a block for easier piecing – no EQ and drawing it out seems more difficult then just piecing it!

13. KatieQ - July 11, 2012

I have changed blocks for easier piecing. I can’t see the point of sewing two 2.5 inch squares of the same fabric together when I can use a 2.5 x 4.5 inch rectangle. I have modified other pieces, but never anything too radical. I am not a master of FMQ so I tend to stitch in the ditch so I’m concerned how changing the size of the pieces affect the quilting lines.
Thanks for the great tutorial. After seeing how many people are creating great blocks with EQ, I want my own.

14. Lori Smanski - July 11, 2012

I really love your block. It is so clean looking done in solids. Thanks for the tutorial. Im fairly new to quilting so no I have not changed things yet.

15. Linda Mageske - July 11, 2012

Neat block and yes I do change directions to make it easier for me. Love the give a way!!

16. Cindy - July 11, 2012

Wonderful block, thank you for the great tutorial. I have made changes to a block to make it easier for me. Thank you for the chance to win :) Happy quilting!

17. Kathy MacKie - July 11, 2012

I think every time I piece something there is a change to be made !

18. Joyce Carter - July 11, 2012

Love your blocks. They are breath-taking. Sure, I change seam lines all the time to make pieceing easier. Some blocks are hard, but if I break them down, I find they are a lot easier to make. The results are the same, just the pieceing is different.

19. Carin - July 11, 2012

They’re all beautiful blocks!

20. Karen E - July 11, 2012

Thanks so much for walking us through your design process. I love your block and layout.

21. Marsha - July 11, 2012

I love your take on the 9-patch! It is lovely alone and beautiful in the quilt layout. I have taken seam lines out and added some in to make things work easier. Sometimes it just helps to make it simpler. Nice work.

22. Diana - July 11, 2012

Love your block, I periodically change seam lines to make piecing easier. Results are the same.
Thanks for the giveaway.
dianacarofano(@)gmail(dot)com

23. selina - July 11, 2012

This is a wonderful crisp block. Thanks for the tutorial. It appears to be much easier to do then it looks finished. Love a chance at your giveaway.

24. Sue - July 11, 2012

I haven’t made enough quilt blocks yet to be able to make a change! I enjoyed your tutorial and pretty quilt!

sue
legato1958 at aol dot com

25. Rhonda Desgranges - July 11, 2012

Love your block & tutorial. Yes, I have changed seams to make things
work out easier.

wigglypup2(at)yahoo(dot)com

26. jaao3 - July 11, 2012

That is a really handsome block, and I appreciate seeing how you designed it. I haven’t chosen any patterns that I needed to alter yet, but that may happen soon.

27. Judy - July 12, 2012

Love your block thanks for the tutorial! Yes, I have changed seam lines to get things to line up better.

28. leanne - July 12, 2012

nice block – I’ve just got EQ7 but I don’t know how to use it yet – looks like you do though :)

29. Kate - July 12, 2012

Love the quilt you came up with. Thanks for sharing your thought process, I always find if fun to see how the final design evolves. I have changed seam lines to make a block easier to piece.

30. Bettyjo - July 12, 2012

I often change the seam lines for easier piecing. I love looking at you blocks. I love your stilletos and would love to own one!

31. Sandy - July 12, 2012

I Love your RWB Block. I will definitely make this one! Yes I have changed seams in blocks before. Sometimes when paper piecing because of all the extra bulk. Thanks for this Great Giveaway!

32. Cherry - July 12, 2012

Loved your block!! I need to get that EQ7!!

33. Barb - July 13, 2012

What a great block and you made it look so easy. I will try this block. Thanks

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35. Sandra - July 19, 2012

Love that block!


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