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Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks Blog Tour

My Block is in

It’s that time of year again!–Time for the Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks blog tour.  I can’t believe that this is the 10th issue of this fantastic publication.  Quilty Pleasures is featuring great giveaways during the blog tour and listing all of the participants for each day so you will want to make sure to stop over there.

100 Blocks Cover

I was excited to make it onto the cover of this issue–it’s always fun seeing it there.  Can you guess which one it is?…. I’ll narrow it down for you:

Cover Block

But even more exciting, in my opinion was being block #1000!  I’ve got a thing for numbers but even if I didn’t, this one would be pretty cool.  Being at the end of the alphabet sometimes pays off. =p

Block 1000

This was such a fun block to design and make.  And, it’s a perfect Star Block for a little Christmas quilt if you are still looking for Christmas ideas… 😉


That little mini star in the center is my favorite part.

Block Center

As always, I played around a bit with the block in EQ and this layout quickly became my favorite:

Serendipity Stars Quilt

It’s a very versatile block!–I hope you enjoy it!

Giveaway Time!

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Quiltmaker Magazine has generously offered to giveaway one copy of 100 blocks to one of my readers.  So it’s comment time–I want to know what present you are hoping for this year for Christmas.  Just leave your answer below to be entered into the giveaway.  I’ll draw a winner a week from today.

Comments (255)

  • New ski pants, I really want to replace my 10 year old pants.

  • I would like a new sewing machine.

  • I’d like a free yearly subscription to Quiltmaker Magazine.

  • The EQ programm is my dream, lol!

    • Sorry the computer was to fast for me.

  • The EQ software is my dream, lol!

  • I would like an expense paid 4 day cruise for Christmas. But in lieu of my cruise I am getting an expense paid trip to hang out with friends in Ft. Myers FL for New Years Eve.

  • I would like a used keyboard or a piano.

  • a Magic tool to help me square up my blocks properly and lots of inspiration for new projects for menfolk

  • I am hoping for some beautiful Doe fabric. I love your star.

  • i’d like to win an issue 10 … It should come in time for Christmas!

  • What a great block! I just want my family all together and healthy for Christmas. Thanks for the giveaway!

  • I wish Santa would leave some Go! dies for me! LOL!

  • Pretty little star…..would love to win the issue , thanks for the chance!

  • We don’t exchange gifts in our family…instead we have experiences. This year I am hoping for special times with family that are memorable. Thanks for the chance to win!

  • Hello, I like your Block and i hope for free yearly subscription to Quiltmaker Magazine.

  • I would like a new fancy iron.

  • I have my eye on some new crafting books!

  • A whole day in a quiltshop . a weekend at a quilt show. No the most important thing for Christmas is love from all the people surround me and peace for all the people in the world

  • What a fun block! I love stars! Congratulations for having your block in Quiltmakers 100 Vol.10! Of course I’d love to win a copy of Vol. 10, hehe. Also some fun and colorful socks would be great!

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


  • I really want the Fat Quarter Shop’s Block of the Month in Daysail!

  • I am wishing for the new janome 15000 sewing machine.

  • I’m hoping for a new cutting mat. My old one is well used and needs to be retired.

  • I am hoping for a serger this year.
    Love your block, it is so pretty!

  • I am hoping for a guitar case for Christmas. (I am all set up for quilting. 🙂 )

  • A new crockpot!

  • I would like time with my family at the beach for Christmas. My children are independent and no longer live with me so we love to get together at Christmas time.

  • Beautiful block….congratulations! Thanks for the giveaway! Not wishing for gifts…. just good health.

  • I love your block, stars are always my favorites. I’m asking for donations to my favorite animal rescues and anything handmade.

  • Gift cert.to a new quilt shop that opened nearby!

  • I am hoping for a new fabric to add to my stash. One of my guilds has a “yards worth” fabric exchange in December. That way everyone who participates gets a yard of fabric, or 4 FQs, or 8 Eighths, etc, and gets to GIVE a yard of fabric. I hope mine is something new and different to challenge me in 2015.

  • I would love an IPad to keep my recipes organized. Love how the block looks a little Nordic with the alternate block in the quilt.

  • I love your block. I want a squirrel feeder. Love watching them in my garden.

  • Congrats on designing a block for the magazine. It is a stunning design, and I agree, being block 1000 is pretty awesome! Thanks so much for the chance! My hubby plans to give me a sew-ezi portable sewing table…I have to order it of course, but he will pay for it!

  • I asked for just one gift this year. It is the Block Book – “The Farmer’s Wife Sampler Quilt” by Laurie Aaron Hird. I so want to read each ‘letter’ written with each block given and then I sew up some blocks!
    Thank you for this beautiful and wonderful giveaway and CONGRATS on not just having a block in the book, but for being the 1000th block. That is just awesome!!

  • I am asking for a Oliso Pro Iron. Congrats on being the 1000th block.

  • My dream is, that my kids come over from Europe for Christmas.

  • I am hoping for a cutting table for my sewing room….handmade by my husband.

  • Outdoor wind chime, 25″ long.

  • I’m hoping Santa brings me an Accuquilt cutter to help with the cutting of fabric. My hands aren’t, and can’t do the job they used to do and I think this will allow me to continue making the projects I so enjoy making for family and friends. Thanks for the giveaway opportunity.

  • love your block. i am wishing for a kitchen aid stand mixer.

  • Anything quilt related, but if I were to dream big, and embroidery machine Love the block set with the irish chain

  • A quilt shop gift certificate. Or anything quilt related.

  • I would hope for gift of more time to complete all my UFO’s and all the projects I have on my wish list! I think all quilters probably have this hope….no matter what time of year it is!

  • Well there is always that Sweet 16 quilter!
    Or one of the Kola cabinets!

  • I would love to get a new sewing machine for Christmas!

  • Great block! I really don’t get much for Christmas, so I’m not wishing for anything. Whatever I get will be just fine. :0)

  • I have my Christmas present already! A new iPhone 6 plus. I always look forward to the Quiltmaker 100 Blocks issue!

  • Very pretty block. Congratulations on being chosen to be in the magazine! This Christmas, I am hoping for a tablet. Thanks for sharing your talents with us!

  • love your block! I am wishing for practical gifts, they are always my favorite.

  • Very cute block. I would love to take a trip to the mountains in our trailer. But as I know that isn’t possible, I’d like for more perseverance to complete my ufo’s.

  • I was hoping for a new set of knives, but BHE (Best Husband Ever) decided I “needed” a new car!

  • I’d like to try wool hooking so I guess I’d need supplies and a class or two!

  • Love your block!

  • I need a new Ott light and want a big ironing board.

  • I’d love a collection of Kona fat quarters!

  • I’m hoping for a gift card to my favorite fabric store. One can never have enough fabric in her stash!

  • I’d love to win- thanks!

  • Anything to do with sewing is always a treat to receive for me. Your block is so pretty. Will have to try a block to see how it works up.

  • I can’t think of anything I really want for xmas. Maybe a box of Ben Heggy’s chocolate would be nice.

  • What fun to be #1000………… your design is a great one for Xmas or winter quilts. On my list is Aurifil thread and visits with family and friends who live far away.

  • gee, lots of things are on my want list but what i really need is to be with family….would love to spend christmas with my dau and her hub…

  • A little help for de-cluttering and making my quilting space more usable! (Notes from my husband and two sons that they will each be my “servant” for a day!!!)

  • Fabric – always fabric (or a gift card to buy fabric).

  • I am hoping for time to work on my many projects. Let the hubby take the kids somewhere.

  • Beautiful Block!! I would like a midarm quilting machine…not sure that will happen LOL

  • Just to be able to have my sons home, and spend the day together. Great pattern for the block.

  • I don’t know of anything I want this year. I’m going to revert to my childhood and ask for surprises.

  • I am really hoping for Stephen King’s new book. Thanks!

  • Your QM Serendipity block is indeed a very versatile block. Looking very good in Christmas colors. Thank you for being a part of the blog tour, sharing your design with us and the chance to win this fantastic magazine.

    Sandi Timmons

  • Love your block! I don’t really want anything special for Christmas–just want to enjoy spending time with family. Thanks for the chance to win.

  • I forgot to mention that I would like a gift certificate for Joann’s to go shopping myself after Christmas is over. Still really want to make your block for a quilt for me.

    Sandi Timmons

  • I have no idea this year…fabric is always a plus but really I haven’t given it much thought. Time to put on my thinking cap.

  • Family around and home for Christmas this year would be lovely. And so would this magazine. Your block is beautiful–just like everything you do. Thanks for the quilting and stitching patterns. Your talents enrich my life and beautify my home. XO

  • Love your block and good work being selected for the magazine and on the cover too! I don’t want anything special for Christmas. I am happy!

  • Corey, this block is one of my absolute favorites in the entire issue! I can hardly wait to make a big quilt using your block in lots of scrappy prints. It’s going to be gorgeous!

    Diane from Quiltmaker

  • I would like a surface pro 3 so I can have it right next to me when I quilt. Cash would be nice to reimburse me for the fabric I just had to buy and haven’t used yet! 🙂

  • I love getting quilt magazine subscriptions. Your block is simply stunning. Thanks for the giveaway.

  • There is really nothing I want other than more time to quilt! I guess I would like to receive a certificate for a weekend quilt retreat!

  • Congrats on your quilt block! It’s great! This year I need a new winter jacket as it gets pretty cold here in Canada! Thanks for the giveaway!

  • […] Cory Yoder – Block # 1000 – Serendipity Stars (Pieced) […]

  • I am hoping for a new sewing table to fit the machine I bought last year. I love your star block

  • A gift card to my favorite quilt shop would be fun.

  • I’ve asked Santa for a new Oliso iron. My iron quit working this past spring and a friend gave me her ‘used’ one because she got a new one. A very generous friend, indeed. But, I’d love to have an Oliso to press seams when I make your star block (and I’ve been very good this year. hehe).

  • Love your star block. I’d like a new watch from my Santa.

  • Would love for all the family to be together for Christmas. Thanks for the chance to win.

  • Stars are always a beautiful choice for blocks. Congratulations on having yours on the cover. I wish for more time to quilt and less housework! So maybe maid services for a month!

  • Love your star block and esp. the choice of fabric. I am hoping for a fancy doorbell and that my kids will make it back home safely.

  • I always hope for a gift certificate to my favourite quilt shop. What could be better!

  • I always like a gift certificate to my local quilt shop.

  • all i ever ask for is a book. i have just about anything i need, and my husband lets me buy whatever I want throughout the year.

  • Congratulations on a darling block! The colorway you’ve used is lovely and definitely would make a fabulous Christmas quilt!! I’ve got several quilt-y things on my Christmas list this year . . . there several acrylic templates I’m hoping to get!! 🙂

  • Great block -reminds me of Christmas Cactus blossoms!
    Would love a new sewing table for Christmas – have some of the parts for hubby to make me one – just need a few more components and a bit of time.

  • I’m wishing for some playtime 30’s fabric or any fabric to add to my stash! Love your block, congratulations!

  • My friends and I decide some time ago that we don’t give each other xmas gifts anymore but take the money and go out for fnacy dinner somewhere. Time with friends and good food? The perfect gift for me:-)

  • I’m hoping for another huge tote bag from my boss to carry large projects (like quilts….).

  • Great block – congrats on being 1000 !!
    I’m hoping for a new winter coat!

  • All I want for Christmas is for my husband to get his health back. Visiting him in the hospital is not what I want to be doing during the holidays. Thanks for the fun time and love the block. Congrats.

  • I’m a new quilter so the possibilities for Christmas gifts are endless. I’ve been asking for gift certificates to JoAnn’s and a couple of my favorite fabric stores. A new sewing machine would be a dream come true. I’ve had mine for many years and it’s very basic.

    Thank you for sharing your ideas and congratulations on making Quiltmaker’s 100! Your block is stunning and the possibilities are endless.

  • I would like a couple of FQ collections and a new ruler.

  • I really don’t have any special present that I want this Christmas, just for everyone to be well and have family here. What a beautiful block. Thank you so much for sharing.

  • It would be nice to have a new Ipad and maybe some classes on Craftsy. Yes I like the centre star.

  • More dual feed feet for my sewing machine. Love my new Bernina

  • I would like a Sizzix Machine.

  • I have my eye on a tablet and have been dropping hints!

  • I always have a hard time thinking of something that I’d want as a gift because I love surprises and am always happy with the great gifts I get! And most times they’re better than I’d have asked for!!! Thanks so much for the chance to win a copy of #10. 🙂 Your block is beautiful

  • I would love to have healthy family and time to quilt!

  • I would love a needlecase with a page for each type of needle.

  • I’m hoping for a good portable light!

  • Well, it’s not quilty 🙂 but I’m hoping for a Fitbit. My biggest gift coming though is TIME! I’m retiring and hoping to quilt like crazy! And your lovely star block is on the agenda. It really is interesting and inspiring. Thank you for a chance to win a copy of it in the Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks!

  • We just moved to Montana where it gets -20 F in the winter. So I am hoping for a down coat. Sewing wise I am hoping to unpack all my sewing stuff and get some storage put into the guest bedroom where I plan to sew.

  • I hope to get a tablet so I can watch/lookat sewing and quilting and embroidery thing when I am in my sewing room and at the machine. thank you.

  • Wow! So happy for you to make the cover. For Christmas, I am hoping for some warm weather for our Florida trip to Disney with the kids!

  • For Christmas I would like to go on a date with my husband, and I would like sewing scissors, new rotary blades, and a seam ripper.

  • I would love a gift certificate from my favorite long arm gal! I’d be so grateful to turn one more quilt top into a snuggly quilt!

  • A rolling case for my sewing machine and embroidery unit. It seems to get heavier each time I carry it.

  • Gift certificates to my favorite local quilt and yarn shops top my list this year (and every year!)

  • I haven’t had time to think of anything I want for Christmas! Seriously, wasn’t it just the Fourth of July the other day?!?

  • I would love to get a Kitchenaid stand mixer, or an embroidery machine, or a long arm. I’ll probably have to settle for the annual sweater, though. Great block.

  • A replacement key fob for my car with the remote starter, I really miss that in these freezing cold days we’re having.

  • Nice block! We don’t really buy for each other anymore as there isn’t anything either us want. Thanks for a chance to win.

  • WOW… what do I want Santa to bring me?
    A new pair of house slippers 🙂
    However, I could really use the services of a fabric and sewing room organizer, as well. But which one will do me the most good????

  • I’m hoping for a shopping trip to my sister’s favorite quilt store near my hometown.

    Great block!

  • I’d really like a good pair of binoculars for bird watching for Christmas. Hope Santa reads these! Great block.

  • I would love a gift certificate to any fabric/pattern dealer or maybe a male sheltie puppy.

  • Love your star block! congratulations for being on the cover.

  • I would like a gift certificate to my favorite quilt store.

  • Forgot to say I’d really like EQ 7 for Christmas.

  • I am working on Christ mas tree decorations and Hot pads for the family!!

  • Your block is lovely, Corey. I’ve given Santa a helping hand this year and have ordered a Bonnie and Camille bundle!

  • A quiet and enjoyable holiday season.

  • Snow, please!!! I would love that!

  • I am not really hoping for any present. Well, I am hoping that my sewing room will be complete enough for me to move in somewhat and start sewing! That would be awesome!

    Congrats! I adore that block with stars in stars in stars and it looks like ribbons coming out of them.

  • my wish for christmas…a new scratch post for cici…or a gift card for fabric or yarn…

  • Star blocks are a favorite off mine and your block is spectacular.
    A new sewing machine would be great for Christmas.

  • Thanks for the chance. I am hoping for anything quilt related this year!

  • Well, I would love to have the new Janome QCP 9900, BUT that isn’t going to happen….. so instead I will “settle” for having my kids and grandkids here and having a warm homey Christmas. Maybe someone will give me a gift card to a fabric shop if I’m really good 🙂 :).

  • Great star block! I don’t have anything I’m wishing for for Christmas this year (well, maybe that my son gets his college applications in on time!!) Thanks for the chance to win!

  • Your block is lovely.
    I was really hoping that our daughter would be able to come home for Christmas or we could go see her. Sigh. But it will not happen.
    So I am hoping for a civil war brooch. I am making myself a civil war dress for our sons wedding which will be civil war themed. And I know that a lot of the women wore brooches up at the neck.

  • I can’t think of anything that I really want. Well, a larger sewing room, but that isn’t going to happen.

  • Love your block! I went looking for the magazine and it isn’t on shelf yet…dang it! I want to play with your block design….now! You know how it is, see something and you just got to start cutting! Anyway, for the holidays all I hope for is both my family to all work out their work schedules so we can spend some time together. It’s hard when they start their own families.

  • My eldest son said it all when he commented to his wife a few weeks ago to “just buy Mom all kinds of fabric and she will love it”…yep that sums it up nicely!

  • I hope Santa brings me a new laptop

  • GREETINGS FROM MONTAN ! Little snow here, but bright blue skies!
    Thanks for your Blog! Your block is so neat!Thanks for sharing!

    • SHUCKS! I forgot to say I want FABRIC !

  • I really want the EQ7 quilting Software!

  • I would love a long arm, but that’s not happening. I’ve ordered a new BOM.

  • I’m hoping for quilting books and a quilt kit for a throw quilt!

  • What a great block!
    I would like a new sewing machine.
    Thanks for the giveaway!

  • I want everyone in my family to be healthy and have fun. If a new sewing machine with lots of bells and whistles appeared under the tree, I wouldn’t mind that either. Hope you have a wonderful Christmas.

  • love your block not sure what I want for Christmas this year yet. thanks for the give away

  • I need more ambition.

  • WOW! Gorgeous block and a fabulous quilt! Thank you for the giveaway.
    What I would like for Christmas is a new computer. Mine is too old and too slow.

  • Got a new machine for my birthday a couple months ago, my husband said that takes care of Christmas, too. Maybe a gift certificate at the local quilt shop. Love the star block.

  • I’m hoping I can take a trip to visit my sister and then stop at my daughter’s on the way home. A two in one trip, that includes all my favorite relatives, including the grandkids!

  • Congrats on making the cover. I’d like the fabric elves to come organize my sewing space (& maybe finish some of my UFOs). Thanks.

  • I want peace in the family, and time to sew!

  • I am hoping that my two boys who travel for work will be home for the holidays!!

  • I would love to get a new clothesline! I pulled the old one out four years ago and I have really missed it.

  • Wow…fabric would be grrrreat! But really…just want my Kiddo’s all to be HERE for Christmas!!! Specially the Daughter in NC…miss her terribly!

  • Liberty of London fabric is on my wish list!

  • A smaller, lighter sewing machine in the Janome line that I can take to class that can still tack, do needle up/down, cut thread, and do FMQ.

  • Thanks for the chance. I am hoping for anything quilt related this year!…marta

  • If I can dream….I want to dream about getting a Longarm machine. I really like your block with the alternating blocks of stepping stones.

  • I would like to upgrade my Bernina but just getting moved into my sewing room and getting it organized would be wonderful. Thanks for the cute block – I always picking pattern with stars. Thanks again. Have a Happy Thanksgiving.

  • Hoping for a TV for my sewing room.

  • I love your star!
    I would like money or gift cards so I can buy lots & Lots of quilting supplies.

  • Like your star block. I look forward to time with fiends and family.

  • I would love a Koala sewing desk. I love your block!

  • Thanks for the Christmas Star, really like the diagonal setting, I even have a red star check for the alternate blocks. I am really easy to please this year, extra time to get all my projects finished by the new year. Kathy in Colo

  • My Christmas wish is for more time to sew. I love your block. It would look great in any colorway or style!

  • I’d like a light weight sewing machine to take to quilt classes and my quilt group’s sew-a-thons.

  • Lovely block! I am hoping for stretchers for my “new-to-me” Gammill long arm. It came without them and I need some!

  • I love star blocks and your Serendipity Stars block is gorgeous! The only thing I would like for Christmas this year is a new liver for my sister…she is being put on the transplant list this week.

  • Love your Serendipity Stars block! This Christmas I am hoping for a gift card to a local fabric store.

  • Love your cover block! For Christmas I want family together – and the chance to learn applique too. kathleendotlutzatcomcastdotnet

  • I would really like a new crockpot with a locking lid!! Beautiful block 🙂

  • I actually haven’t thought of anything I want for Christmas – other than some new clothes.

  • I am always wishing for a Featherweight machine for Christmas. Doubt I will ever get one, but a girl can dream, can’t she?

  • I would like a new sewing machine. Mine is nearly 30 years old but still going strong.

  • A new cutting mat would be nice.

  • My sanity back….48 hours for no one but ME!

  • I would love to have a large, sturdy new sewing table.

  • I would just love to have a new large and sturdy sewing table

  • If I could wish with hope and magic, I would ask for a clean, organized sewing studio–magazines, books, fabric, patterns, all arranged so I can find everything with a special sewing table, some new special notions. I would wish for “one on one” sewing training on my new sewing machine (and maybe even a new, different sewing machine instead of a couple of hours interrupted with other customers coming in and out needing attention while I tried to learn this new machine – not being charged to learn how to use each foot.” Santa and those elves might want to give me a special training course.

  • An Accuquilt Studio cutter and supplies to go with it.

  • I just gave my children my Christmas list which has sewing supplies, specialty rulers and books I hope I get all of them

  • I’m hoping & dreaming of getting a quilting machine but I have a feeling it’s just a dream.

  • Good weather and safe roads to be able to get to our family gathering.

  • I want fabric!! I also would like some new quilt books.

  • I would love some Polish Pottery place settings.

  • I would like a tablet for Christmas. Would be great to have online access when out on the deck or porch, or when I go somewhere for a few days.

  • I would love a gift certificate from my local quilt shop. Congratulations on your block being selected.

  • There is nothing I really need, so any gift would be welcome. I love your block – it looks fabulous made into a quilt. lynnmcindoe@gmail.com

  • All I truly want is for all our family to be together! thanks for the chance to win!

  • Thanks for sharing. My wish for Christmas is that all my family is able to make it home to be together.

  • I would like a new Tervis cup, straw lid, and straws. I try to drink a lot of water each day and am in need of a new water bottle. And, of course, i’d love a fabric bundle, too. 🙂

  • I borrowed my daughter’s digital camera to take pictures at this year’s quilt show in February. I wish that she would download the pictures and send to my computer so I can enjoy more than the memory! LOL

  • I have been so spoiled over the years that my wish list is only for more time and energy to play with all my ideas. thks for giveaway.

  • I already got my Christmas present: my daughter came home from college yesterday for a six week winter break!!

  • I’d like to have a quilting machine, I have been good 😉

  • Thank you for this opportunity. I am hoping for good outcome after my upcoming biopsy … if surgery is required, then I’m fingers are crossed for a good recovery and to be back to ‘normal’ as soon as possible 🙂

  • I have no idea what I want for Christmas…which is driving my family nuts.

  • I don’t give suggestions anymore and my hubby always comes up with something special.

  • Anything quilt related is fine with me!

  • I would love a new couch!

  • i would love to get an Accuquilt cutter this Christmas! And I do love your block and think that it’s very nifty that it is actually number one thousand!


  • A box of marzipan and a good book–I have a long list on Amazon for my loved ones to browse.

  • Anything quilt-related would be good — patterns, books, or fabric. But, if I had to choose something else, I would pick a fancy fish tank. I love aquariums and wouldn’t mind having one in my house!

  • I would like a day with a stylist- one day with home stylist, one day with garden stylist and one day with cloth stylist. It would be fun to change something.
    Nice block and thank you for sharing.

  • My perfect gift would be a better storage system for my fabric so the cat can’t get to it.

  • I don’t need anything … just looking forward to family and yummy food 🙂

  • I’m hoping for one of those lights you hang around you neck so you can see your hand work better.

  • I would really love some gift cert for fabric stores in my area…I like to shop local, but they don’t always have the best prices.

  • a big new cutting board!

  • I am hoping for a new sewing machine that I can do free motion quilting on. My machine is so old all I do is work on it

  • I love it when my kids pick out some fabric and a pattern that they would like me to make. I know they will be happy with the result. So I am hoping they do that again.

  • I would love a new machine, about worn mine out… but would be the happiest just have all of my family together for some good old family time. It is getting more difficult as my kids are growing up so much and having their own lives.

  • Pretty Star- I remember that line of fabric, a Bonnie and Camille print I think. I have asked for some cotton PJs ( love the softness) and some perfume!

  • I would like a Featherweight sewing machine and spend time with family and friends.

  • Oops fingers too fast. Congrats on making the cover and the 1000th block. You deserve it. Love the block and thanks for the opportunity to win Vol 10. Got fingers crossed as I could not find it yesterday. Happy Holidays.

  • I am hoping for fabric of course!

  • a new sewing machine

  • oops! the best gift would be all the family at home for Christmas. Love the serendipity star! thanks.

  • I want a design wall and a quilter-friendly ironing board. And I want to stick up on background fabric.
    Love love love your star! I definitely want to make it!

  • Fabulous block! I told my husband I’d like a FitBit, but I think I might change that to a “jeweled” bracelet instead. Thanks for the giveaway!

  • I would like a rotating cutting mat for Christmas.
    Love your star block! Thanks for the chance to win.

  • A mini vacation to visit my family.

  • Would like to win, I think I would like new Quilting books. Erika from Austria

  • Permission to buy fabric? Or a gift certificate for fabric.

  • I would love a quilt to be quilted for me:) x

  • I’m hoping for a puppy! Then I’d love to see my grand kids!

  • Fat quarters, they are the best!!

  • I’ve got my eye on a new Juki sewing machine. As a new quilter my old machine just isn’t made for quilty fun! Love your star block!! Very cool to be #1000!!! You sew girl!

  • I’d love some quiet time to sew and organize me sewing room, fabric & tools are always welcome….and if Santa were real, they’d be a long arm on my list

  • I would like an ipod shuffle and some new fabric of course!

  • I’d really like Block Base to go with my EQ7.

  • Chocolate! Lots of it. And the metabolism to eat as much of it as I want.

  • A new purse is what I want for Christmas. I like your star block.

  • First of all, I want my partner’s new Bi-ventricular indwelling cardioverter/defibrillator (ICD) to work perfectly and have him be comfortable with it.

    After that, anything at all would be nice…a book or two or three, maybe some chocolate, a silpat mat for my cookie sheet, or just a kiss and a cuddle!

  • I would love a visit from one of my grown-up children; if not that, I would love holiday pictures from each of them!

  • I am hoping for EQ7, or gift cards to LQS or online fabric stores 🙂

  • I love your block…especially in Christmas colors or spring colors for a special Easter gift 🙂 This year I am looking forward to uninterrupted reading time, and a book I order for my husband to give me 🙂 Biography of Isaac Singer 🙂 oh, and chocolate…. must. have. chocolate 🙂

  • I would like a Kithenaide mixer. My hand mixer bit the dust! And my stand mixer was a wedding present almost 39 years ago. Very nice block – I too love the mini star in the center! Thanks for the chance to win. HUGS… and stitches

  • new coat.

  • My wish is not sewing related at all. I want doors for my kitchen cupboards. Haven’t had any for years. {Waiting on the procrastinator.}

  • I’m wishing for my mom to be able to visit for Christmas. A hip problem may delay that trip.

  • I got my present already, at least that’s what my husband said as I opened up my latest fabric order that had come in the mail. So I guess I got what I wanted…more fabric. Now I just need to get a copy of this 100 block magazine so I can sew up some new blocks. kthurn@bektel.com

  • I love your block! And so lucky to be #1000! I am getting a new sewing table for Christmas, so I am one happy camper.

  • All I really want is to spend time with my grand-daughter. But fabric or thread of any type would be acceptable as well.

  • If I’m going to dream, I might as well dream big – and APQS Millenium.

  • Love you block and the quilt work up you did. Thank you for the chance to win.

  • Love, love, love your block! Might be because I’m partial to stars…. For Christmas I would like to have time to quilt.

  • Other than seeing my children happy on Christmas morning, I guess I’d like some fabric or new pots and pans (yawn).

  • Time. There doesn’t seem to be enough hours in a day after work and family-time to get much crafting done.

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