Wednesday, 22 December 2010

What's your favourite quilt block?

Planning something new with one of my editors and we would like to know -

"What's your favourite quilt block?"

You can have more than one! Pass the word on and we'll see what kind of responses we get. You can either leave a reply via a comment or e mail me via the contact details on my website (link at top right).

5 comments:

magsramsay said...

I don't tend to use block patterns these days but when I did the ones I used most was 'square within square' and 'wacky star' (liberated variant of 'lucky star'). Besides teaching this as a workshop, our wedding quilt was a group 'wacky star' quilt which is so joyful.
My favourite (provided I don't have to construct it myself) is probably 'storm at sea' - I love the illusion of wavy lines.

Grandma Coco said...

I like Evening Star mostly because I do a lot of drawings/cartoons that include quilts and quilted clothing and it's so easy to draw!

Cheryl said...

My favorite blocks a log cabin and a sqaure in a square.

Susan Briscoe said...

Thanks for those suggestions! Hope to hear more.

Györgyi Varga said...

My favourite block is whirlyging block from Eleanor Burns just now. It's easy to make, and lovely to see.
We made a new baby quilt in our church with this technique. It was a great event for us and was a good experience for me to teach. Have a nice and creative day! Györgyi