Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks, Vol 13!

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Welcome to my EIGHTH Blog Tour for Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks! I’m excited to be back yet again for this very fun event!

Be sure to keep reading to the end to find out how to be entered to win today’s prize!

Paddlin by Jennifer Ofenstein

And here we are: You’ll find Paddlin’ on page 20 of Vol. 13!

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These birds were inspired by a design I created some years ago, but never published. It wasn’t quite right, but I loved the birds! If you look closely, you’ll see the “Momma” bird from Paddlin’ is sitting on the ground, while the “babies” are up on the line.

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Just for fun, I put together a small quilt idea using four blocks,, two of which are in mirror image. I just love the wreath-inside-a-window effect!

Just like all of my patterns, Paddlin’ was designed in EQ7.

100 Blocks Vol 13

And now, I have the pleasure of giving away a free copy of this issue of Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks!  

To enter to win, simply comment below! It doesn’t get easier than that. 😉

Only comments that include contact information will be eligible to win.

Get a personalized copy of Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks Vol 13 from my Etsy shop. My supplies are limited, so order now! Please note that my copies haven’t arrived yet, so this is a pre-order. I’ve been assured they will arrive no later than early next week. Your copy will ship as soon as I have the magazines in my hot little hands!

Thank you so much for stopping by! I hope you enjoy the rest of the Blog Tour!

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132 thoughts on “Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks, Vol 13!

  1. Katherine T

    I’m trying to expand my paper piecing skills, so this looks right up my alley.

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  2. bbcute

    We’re bird watchers, so I could definitely incorporate your block in something I make.

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  3. kay

    Good morning… I have a feeling that while I’m at the cabin in MN this block will get a work out. It could be a baby quilt or teen’s quilt depending on the fabrics. What a fun summer I’m going to have.

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  4. Linda

    I have been following you for awhile now and you and your followers have some great ideas!

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  5. Nancysue

    Could this birdie block BE any cuter!!! So many possibilities. PS. still giggling over your catnip lightsabers….. so FUNNY! Congrats on your creative block!…. as in quilt block… not creative block as in no ideas! LOL! I’ll go now!

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  6. Shelley

    What a sweet design. I really liked the wreath effect too. Thanks for hosting this giveaway.

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  7. charmedlife2006

    Very sweet pattern. I really like the wreath effect too! Thanks for a great giveaway. I’d love to add this to my craft library.

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  8. Debra Kay Neiman

    I love this one, really getting into paperpiecing. crystalbluern at tds dot net

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  9. Donna Joy

    Certainly loving this blog hop as I get so much inspiration from all the blocks. Thanks for your darling birds. djcutting2 at gmail dot com

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  10. Kristie Cook

    This is a fun block! I could make a lap quilt for my Dad since he’s really taken to bird watching in his retirement! He is always building birdhouses and feeders and hanging them around his deck.
    kristie.cook2@gmail.com

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  11. Materials Master

    Just ducky! Love this sweet block. My Mom and I are in to all things “duck”. Just when I thought it was safe, here comes a pattern I must make! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  12. slmorris2014slmrn1

    Your block is adorable. congratulations on having it published in the book and on the cover.

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  13. Suzanne Cooper

    You are so talented. It is an honor to know you. Thanks for all you do for The Linus Connection!

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  14. Trina Aultman

    I love the birds block. I have been enjoying the real thing. I have a Cardinal’s nest in the yard, they have been fun to watch!

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  15. Cyndy Knapp

    Your Paddlin’ block is adorable! I love the little ducks! Congratulations on being chosen for the magazine and thank you for sharing your talent with us!

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  16. Jamie Todhunter

    Thank you for a chance to win. I like your birds and how the babies are facing different ways.

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  17. Melody Lutz

    Great finish on your block! It sure makes me want to get outside and enjoy some water. Perfect setting with mama watching her youngin’s play.

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  18. Angelia L.

    Congratulations! I love your Paddlin’ block! I love birds and this block is going on my to do list.

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  19. Kathleen

    Such a cute block! Thanks for the opportunity to win!
    kakingsbury at verizon dot net

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  20. Kathy h

    Love your swimming birds and the birds on the line. They remind me of origami cranes.

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  21. Vicki L

    Jennifer, congratulations on this being your 8th blog tour. I have been so inspired by all the blocks. What would we quilters do if we didn’t have designers like you. Thanks! And, thank you for this giveaway opportunity.

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  22. Joye Cox

    We have been watching a cardinal family eating sunflower seeds in our back yard, so your block is just right for us! Thanks for the chance to win and congrats on being in the issue.
    joyecox@yahoo.com

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  23. Margaret Andrews

    What fun to see a familiar name and a paper pieced block. Love the birds. I love to see your mirrored blocks…makes the quilt so much more interesting. Thanks for sharing.

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  24. Leslye E Yazzie

    Please enter me to win a copy of your book. This would a great add to my quilting books and seeing as my husband is out of work I would be able to have this

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  25. Rochelle Summers

    This is definitely a cute block with the babies and the Mama. Thank you for sharing.

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  26. Lori Morton

    Love your block..and especially how you put them together!! So cool!

    Thank you for chance to win your Give-a-way too! 🙂

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  27. usairdoll

    Great block! Love the baby ducklings. Congratulations on having your block in Vol. 13.

    Thanks for a chance to win.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  28. Susan

    I like the wreath in a window effect. I really like blocks you can do things with like that.

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  29. Bella Harriger

    Don’t you just love having all of the birds return this time of year? I love listening to them as well as seeing them. Your square is timed perfectly for this time of year.

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  30. Deborah B.

    Congratulations on getting your bird block published. Thank you for the giveaway opportunity. I look forward to seeing all the blocks in the book.

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  31. Lisa Estrada

    Wow, I’m impressed that you’ve had so many blocks represented in the magazines.

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  32. Doris McCarty

    Your block reminds me of the Bob Marley song,three little birds.
    Dmac5958ataoldotcom

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  33. Amber Volk

    such a fan of your patterns! Someday when I become brave, I will actually try one!

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  34. Terri Sarcinella

    Jennifer, This is such a cute pattern, as always, just too creative. Thank you so much for sharing your talent with us!

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  35. diane beavers

    Jennifer, it’s cool to meet you via blog and the Quiltmaker 100 Blocks tour! Lovin all the birdies…especially the window frame/blocks. Yes that’s a awesome “Wreath”. I can envision a mini quilt hanging on my door just like it. Thank you for sharing your creative energies.

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