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Nov 12, 2013

Quiltmaker's 100 Blocks Vol. 8 Blog Hop Stop

Nov 12, 2013
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I am very excited to have my block included in Quiltmaker's 100 Blocks Volume 8.  My block even made the cover - I am just over the moon about that!  That's a first time cover girl for me. :)

I am a part of the Blog Hop today hosted by Quiltmaker's Quilty Pleasures blog.  There are always so many fun blocks in each volume.  I am honored to be included with these designers.  Make sure to stop by the drawing at the end of the post for your chance to win a copy of 100 Blocks Vol. 8 (on sale Nov. 19th).  



Inside you will find my block, Waffle.  Will you look at all those HSTs?  That's 8 in each row - for a whopping 64 HSTs in this 12" block!  Ain't she pretty though?  I just love the grey frame.  For some strange reason, the shape reminded me of the Eggo waffles my kids eat every morning...


Here are a few color options using the Waffle block.  I've had inverting blocks on my mind lately (due to the just announced Vice Versa BOM) and thought I'd try swapping the negative space on this block too.  Soo many options!




Thanks for stopping by today!

If you would like a chance to win your own copy of Quiltmaker's 100 Blocks Volume 8 or a subscription to 2014's Vice Versa Block of the Month, enter the giveaway below. (Giveaway ends Saturday, Nov. 16, 2013)

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284 comments:

  1. Beautiful block! And love the name too:)

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  2. Love that block! I haven't gotten in the habit of naming quilts yet :( I really need to, and I really need to label them too.

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  3. Such a lovely block! Congratulations! I think I also have to learn to name my quilts.

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  4. I sort of name them by what they are - shaggy plaid quilt, Amy BUtler (fabric) quilt or my 4 Things quilt (has four words on it). I am not very original but they help me remember which was which!! Well done on your block and next time you will probably be the center fold! ;)

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  5. Congratulations for making Cover Girl :)
    I find the names of quilt patterns always extremly creative and fitting, but I could NEVER come up with one. I couldn't even find a name for my pet... my friend finally had to come up with one ;)
    Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  6. Love your block and the way it looks in different colos! Thanks for the chance.

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  7. Your HST border just looks like a waffle, that's a creative idea. I'm never able to come up with creative names... This block is a fabulous idea to use up the gadzillion of HST I have in my scraps. Thanks for the chance!

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  8. i just love HSTs, totally in love with your block

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  9. Congratulations on making the cover! Love your block.

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  10. AnneMarie, I name my quilts after the designer. I have never designed my own but if I do I guess I'd better come up with a technique.

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  11. I usually don't give them a name. I just use the name of the pattern if need be.

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  12. Love your block! Can't wait to begin Vice Versa BOM! Thanks for the giveaway....so kind of you.

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  13. Congrats on making the cover! Fabulous! I name my quilts usually w/ the recipient in mind and sometimes just a basic name. Thanks!

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  14. Generally I just go with the obvious descriptive title! Maybe I need to be more creative! ;)
    Congratulations on your waffle block and the feature!

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  15. Those HSTs are great! Love it!

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  16. Very interesting block..I had to go fix a waffle. :) I usually name my quilts for the person I am making them for or from the line of fabric I am using.

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  17. Naming quilts is a haphazard endeavor for me. Sometimes I just use something descriptive and other times something hits me out of the blue with no rhyme or reason. When those random ideas come to me, I usually go with them, just because.

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  18. So far I name them by recipient! As in, "harper's quilt."

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  19. Your block is gorgeous! I love love love the inverted blocks idea (I've signed up for next year's BOM) and I think this block would be great for that!

    As for quilt names... they end up being called whatever I've nick-named them during the long planning and sewing phases... even if it's not always the most appropriate name!

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  20. I don't name my quilts! Better start.

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  21. I think I name my quilts too literally! I named my first quilt "first quilt" :D

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  22. I am not very creative in my quilt naming. I need to work on that!

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  23. I have no imagination so usually name my quilts by the fabric I used!

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  24. If I do name a quilt, it usually has a connection to the recipient, and usually involves a funny incident.

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  25. My quilts almost always name themselves sometime during the process, the design or the colors will just shout at me.

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  26. I'm not allowed to name things cause I pick lame names. My daughters and nieces name things for me.

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  27. Great block. I love it. I thing I have an idea for my next quilt. Thanks for sharing.

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  28. I try to look at the overall completed quilt to name them. Sometimes something other than an individual block comes to mind (color, spinning, etc.) It's great fun. svonfumetti(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  29. I have not named any of my quilts yet

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  30. I tend to name the quilt after the person it is for! Congratulations!

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  31. Great block - It looks so different with the different colors. I usually name my quilts based on the color & pattern. Thanks.

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  32. Great block.I`m no original naming.I put the name of the person I`ll give it or the fabrics I use or the season.

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  33. Congrats - what a fun display of the versatility of the half square triangle! kathleendotlutzatcomcastdotnet

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  34. beautiful block - thanks for the opportunity.

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  35. I've only named one quilt. It was for my grandson in college. I had found some juvenile animal print charm squares, added some masculine sashing and borders. I named it "Its a jungle out there" hoping he would enjoy college before hitting the jungle.

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  36. Love the zig zag look to the block. Cute

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  37. That's a really cool block! I'd love to give it a try.

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  38. I don't name all my quilts but my Dad does, he comes up with the craziest names. So it is fun to see what he will come up with. Thanks for the chance to win. Love your block.
    shawn

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  39. Your waffle block is great. Needs some butter and maple syrup too :)

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  40. congrats on being published. Your block is very pretty.
    I am a newbie to quilting so haven't named a quilt yet. But when I do it would be somehow attached to whom I am giving it to.

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  42. I name my quilts after the theme of the quilt based on the fabric and pattern and the person receiving it.

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  43. I am a beginning quilter, meaning that I have never named a block. I don't know that I am creative enough to create a block or name it for that matter. Congrats!

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  44. I have never named a quilt just proud that I made it

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  45. I have no real system for naming quilts I make. Sometimes they go nameless or I call them by the fabric line I used. Usually they are simply called by name of recipient. I've got to get more creative!

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  46. i name most of my quilts by who its going too and or what pattern i use! love your block waffles

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  47. Mostly the name just pops into my head when I least expect it!
    Congratulations on 'waffle'

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  48. We are an Eggo family, and I find your name perfect. I also have a block in the mag, so I've been perusing it daily for a week now :), and I am thrilled to see you on the blog tour because your block was one of my favorites immediately and I am so happy to get to tell you that! Gorgeous!

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  49. I usually dont name my quilts as my imagination doesnt think of cute names for them...

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  50. I don't usually name my quilts - but I love the name you picked for your block! Waffles! If I ever do get the chance I would use something to do with food - my second love. lol

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  51. I usually name them after a combination of the fabric and the pattern.

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  52. Great block. Congratulations on having it published in the magazine! blaukat@hickorytech.net

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  53. That's a great block! What a difference changing the colours makes.

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  54. I usually name my quilts after the person I am giving it to or based on the pattern.

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  55. I usually name them by the color and name of the recipient.

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  56. I name a quilt depending on the fabric used or color.

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  57. Congrats on the cover! Also, I'm SOOO stoked about the vice versa! I name all of my quilts after song titles or lyrics!

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  58. I try to be clever when naming my quilts...but it doesn't always happen! Some names just hit me like a ton of bricks and others are not so easy!

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  59. Your Waffle Block is so clever! Very pretty
    cknapp3626@sbcblobal.net

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  60. Phyllis in Chilly North Texas!
    Great Block, and your right it does remind me of a waffle!

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  61. The quilts tend to name themselves.. I look at the finished quilt and the name just pops into my head.

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  62. Most of my quilts are unnamed, but for my local quilt show I need a name for the label, so I usually try to come up with something a little bit whimsical, but descriptive. Example: I am making a Chinese Coins quilt in soft blues and contemporary prints that feel Scandinavian to me, so I'm calling it Danish Kroner.
    leannlafave@hotmail.com

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  63. Looks like a fun and challenging block!

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  64. I love all the colors you showed, very cute block. I can see it as a cute table runner. Thanks and congrats.

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  65. Often there is some word play based on the block name/pattern name and the recipient. Word nerd here. :)

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  66. Congratulations on making Quiltmaker's latest 100 Blocks magazine! As I'm working on a quilt its name usually comes to me. :-D

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  67. My kids love helping me name my quilts, they are 10 and 7 do most of my quilts have silly names but that makes me love them that much more and it also makes my kids feel apart of my wuilted making :-)
    Thanks for the chance, Jessica
    juceyj03@gmail.com
    FINGERS CROSSED!!!!!!!!!

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  68. I understand about the waffles - and love the various color combinations. Thanks, Cindy at cwienstroer@amuniversal.com

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  69. Usually after the fabrics used in the quilt, thanks!

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  70. I have never named a quilt other than what the designer calls it. Hummmm how fun, I will have to think about that. !!!!

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  71. Congrats on your block being published in 100 Blocks. I usually decide after the quilt top is done when I am ready to create a label.

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  72. I use whatever name inspires my as I am making the quilt.

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  73. The name of the quilt just pops up when it is finished.

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  74. I name my quilts, I always have to put my own design in every quilt I make that I start with a pattern.

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  75. I usually let the quilt speak to me. It's usually named after someone I'm making it for, or what I'm thinking about as I'm making it, or sometimes something to do with the original pattern name (if I didn't design it myself). I think your waffle quilt would make a marvelous medallion quilt. Instead of making it in a 12" size, I would make it in a 48" size and maybe add a border at the top and bottom since I'm not crazy about square quilts. Anyway, congrats on making the book and thank you so much for the giveaway.
    utahoosier at yahoo dot com

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  76. I name the quilt after it is done unless the quilt calls to me during the construction process!

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  77. After the people who live in my favorite book of the moment! XD
    pinkmoonbeams@yahoo.com

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  78. this is a great block - even with all those hsts :0) I think one could have a lot of fun with this. Congrats on being in this issue.

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  79. The names I come up with are boring. e.g. Dad's quilt is "the birdhouse quilt" and Mother's is "Mom's Maxine Quilt".

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  80. naming a quilt is done after being made- sometimes just the pattern name- thank you for the chance to win

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  81. Usually a name will come to me sometime while working on the quilt. If not it gets a very boring name.

    syvisser@gmail(dot)com

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  82. I admit, I am horrible at naming quilts. I always admire people who can come up with creative names.

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  83. I usually just use the pattern name. Sometimes the theme... like i just finished an owl quilt so it's called... Whoolala!!!
    Love your block!

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  84. I don't usually name my quilts, but when I store my project photos on my computer, I usually refer to them as _____'s quilt, depending on who I gave the quilt to, so I guess that's sort of naming them.

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  85. I haven't finished any to name, working on a winter quilt and summer quilt. They are referred to that way.
    24Tangent@gmail.com

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  86. I've never designed my own quilt. Love your block!

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  87. I have never named a quilt probably because I have never designed a quilt from start to finish - I usually take known patterns and tweek them a bit to fit my likes and/or fabric choices.

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  88. I may name quilts after an inspiration or something in the fabric

    schroeppelr at yahoo dot com

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  89. I've never named a quilt. I use patterns and have never designed my own. Might be something I need to try.

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  90. Great block! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  91. I have never name a quilt unless you consider, "The first quilt I ever made" a name for a quilt.

    senstrings at yahoo dot com

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  92. The only time I name a quilt is when I have to when entering it in a quilt show...it is difficult to come up with something unique. Based on your breakfast idea, and since I only eat cheerios every day, that would only work with a quilt that has O's--haha!

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  93. i don't consciously name them, the name just pops into my head as i'm working on them, just fun

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  94. Congrats & I love your block! I've never named a quilt - I guess I'll have to start thinking of that on my next one! Thanks so much for the chance to win!

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  95. Lots of color options for this quilt….great job!
    chendryx(at)nctv(dot)com

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  96. You have a stunning block.. would love to have this book.

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  97. I have never named a quilt I guess I should try.Thanks for a chance to win

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  98. Wonderful block and I love the name.

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  99. Great, versatile block! How much fun would it be to have my quilt club each make a block and put it together--all blocks different fabrics!

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  100. Love HST's. I really like your block too.

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  101. The names for my quilts vary... I made "Grape Jelly" out of a purple jelly roll precut, "Americana Rocks" for a mystery quilt made with 'Americana' tones of Red, White & Blue plus stonehenge browns, and if it's made specifically for someone, sometimes the name is simply "for Charlotte [or their name]".

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  102. I am loving this block, girl---as well as the name. :) I usually name my quilts by the fabric---just pieced 'Autumn Falling Leaves'.

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  103. The names for my quilts just come to me when I'm sewing the top. Congratulations on your block!
    wlinda_ca@yahoo.com

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  104. I name my quilts based upon different factors. Great block.

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  105. It depends on the fabric how I name the block or quilt. Like names, animals, food and seasons. Great job and congrats.

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  106. I name them about how they were made. My son's is "Waiting for Westin"...aka I was 8 months pg with him. I have one now that I just finished that I really want to name PITA! pain in the .......

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  107. Working on my first quilt! No name yet. Maybe I should think of one.

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  108. Congrats on your block AND COVER STATUS!!!! I name them after the people I'm giving them to, but seeing Bailey's comment, above me here, I just may have to adopt the PITA idea. If the name fits,,,,,,

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  109. It depends on what the quilt "says" to me after it's completed :)

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  110. I guess I give them the name of the recipient - Billy's football quilt, Mom's double Irish chain quilt. Boring, I know. Thanks for the give away.

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  111. I'm not that clever with words, so I usually name it after the original title of the block or the colors used or a motif in the fabric. Congrats on being a cover girl and thanks for the various color options!

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  112. So happy for your Cover Girl status!!! Your block is reminiscent of Puss in the Corner surrounded by the Album block popular for signatures. I've a zillion bonus triangles from using Bonnie K. Hunter's patterns.
    Can't wait to try it soon. Many thanks for the chance to win. Hugs, Allison allon0711@yahoo.com

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  113. You sure are right about the HST. I have not named a quilt before.
    smjohns63 at yahoo dot com

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  114. I'm not too inventive with my quilt names. It's usually a play on the pattern name, or describes how I felt when I made it.

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  115. How neat to be on the cover!! Woo Hoo! Congrats on such a great block. I will be joining your 2014 Vice Versa BOM too. That looks very interesting... never did blocks that way before. Happy quilting.
    Dawn
    array-dawn@cox.net

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  116. Sometimes I use the name the pattern designer gave it, sometimes I go with a theme of the fabric or my reason for making the quilt like a personal dedication.

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  117. by either the theme or color...not very exciting.

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  118. I name my quilts by whatever seems most important about why I made the quilt - could be the fabric, who it's for, what it reminds me of, or anything!

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  119. I have only named one quilt, Riddle, as in the old riddle what is black and white and red all over. The answer is newspaper but the quilt has nothing to do with newspapers. It is black and white and red, all over.

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  120. Great magazine of blocks. I don't usually name my quilts.

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  121. Love your block, so many color combinations that make it look so different!

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  122. I named my first quilt last week and am calling it "Chaos in the Forest". It is in earthy flannels and is a bit chaotic but I love it.

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  123. Your block is definitely one I have got to try!! Love your choice of colors too!!

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  124. I don't really name my quilts. I just use the name of the pattern or block. Pretty basic!!!

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  125. I just use whatever comes to mind, I am presently finishing one I am calling Autumn Garden because of the colours I used. Thank sfor a great giveaway.

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  126. I only name my quilts when they really inspire me. I know, I should put names and labels on, but then they dont feel so snuggly.

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  127. I usually name quilts by something about the pattern/difficulty of design or both. LOL Thanks for chance to win ! Have bookmarked your site for later.

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  128. Congrats on your block being included in QM's Vol. 8. Thanks for the chance to win a copy...I look forward to making your block.
    Sue CollectInTexas Gal collectintexas@gmail.com

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  129. Kaye M. tkmattson@hotmail.comNovember 12, 2013 at 2:53 PM

    Love your block and yes, I can see why it makes you think of waffles! Congrats on having your block in Quiltmakers 100 !

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  130. I am a new quilter and haven't made a quilt yet that I can name. I have only made a small fall wallhanging and didn't think about naming it...maybe I should. I can definitely see the waffle thing! Congratulations and Thank You for sharing!! anglanouette at gmail dot com

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  131. love your waffle block - I love half square triangles so this block is right up my alley !

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  132. What a great block to perfect HSTs. When I saw it, my first thought was "treads." It actually fits: a friend calls waffles "pancakes with treads." Either way, the grid and grin is in. I think I want to follow your V-V BOM. It looks like fun.

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  133. I haven't actually named any of my quilts, but since I've only made two completed quilts, I guess the "became" named by default! I made my oldest son a shark quilt...so now it is "the Shark Quilt" and I made a disappearing 9-patch quilt and it has become the "Disappearing 9-Patch" Not very original, I know, but I think I am in shock that I actually finished something! I have a LOT of UFOs and since I am NOW retired, I hope to actually finish some of them...maybe I will get better at naming them too!

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  134. I don't normally name my quilts but once in a while I do. It usually has to do with the fabric or the person the quilt is going to. thanks for the great giveaway. Hugs

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  135. Your waffle quilt is a real winner. I don't always name my quilts but if I do, its usually named for the new owner in some way.

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  136. i make them for my grand kids so i name them after them, thanks

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  137. I usually let the fabric lead me to a name, or else the block design. Waffle is super.

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  138. Congratulations on your block in Quiltmakers. I would love to win either prize.

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  139. Congrats on being chosen for a block in the magazine. I name mine after places or feelings and visions. They are also named based on colors too.

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  140. Sometimes by the color, pattern, or event going on that I'm making it for. Congrats on being in the book.

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  141. I'm afraid I'm not to the name that quilt stage yet. I have only one small one done and I'm calling it what the QAL person called it. I have another BOM quilt where all the blocks are finished but not sashed or anything else yet. I think I'll call that one TGIF! (thank God it's finished) . . . whenever that time comes!

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  142. The names of my quilts come to me as I am working on them, it could be something about the person I'm making it for or something about how the quilt looks to me.

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  143. I don't name my quilts, except to identify them...like 30's quilt or hst quilt. Not very creative, I suppose.

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  144. Usually I just name it after the pattern. The __________ quilt is how I refer to it in my mind :).

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  145. I don't name my quilts. Nice block and thanks for a chance to win.

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  146. I rarely name it after the pattern -usually some play on words, reference to the recipient, song going through my head as I make it... etc... I did learn (nearly the hard way) to double check some of my names by googling them - I almost innocently named one quilt a very very "off color" term that I had no idea even had that double meaning... needless to say I am glad I googled it and could change my mind before it was labeled and gifted.

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  147. I try to name my quilts based on what the design looks like!

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  148. for me, it just comes to me while I am making it. if not, i use the default "untitled". lol

    Beautiful block, love the hst's.

    Dianne

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  149. I name mine in reference to who I am making it for...like for my BFF I am making a rag quilt for Christmas. I have collected a variety of novelty prints that represent "our favorite things" so that will be its name!

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  150. Nancy: rangerer@sbcglobal.netNovember 12, 2013 at 5:09 PM

    I haven't named quilts in the past, but I have named the current project "Remember Champaign/Urbana." We moved from IL to AL this past summer after 52 years in the same town and church and 33 years in the same house. Before the move people signed pieces of fabric for me which I am now stitching into blocks using 1930's repro fabric.

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  151. most of the time, I follow a pattern and use that name. if I do my own, I try to get a feel of the quilt or the main theme of the quilt. for my babes' quilts, they are star samplers. one is blue-background "Starry Night", and the second is dark green background "Lucky Stars". I'm not sure what the third will be called yet...but ts not really started yet!
    reillyr2(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  152. Lovely block! That is a lot of hst's! But it would look great in a sampler quilt :) I look forward to the next QAL! I just got my Sister's Ten top done. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  153. I have your GenX magazine. Thank you for the chance to win 100 Blocks #8.

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  154. What a great block to perfect HSTs...thank you ...martamanole@yahoo.com

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  155. Great name for your block. I don't usually name my quilts. When I do, it is usually referring to a special occasion.

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  156. I like to be silly or puzzling when I name works of art or quilts. "Nose Like A Casaba Melon" comes to mind. I'd rather not influence people with my titles and ideas and would rather they come to their own conclusions, so their experience is unique and uncluttered by what I'm thinking.

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  157. Congrats on being a Cover Girl! For some reason I just use the quilt block name for the name of the quilt.

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  158. Every quilt is different. The current quilt I'm working on I'm calling "Clearance Sale" because I bought all the fabrics on clearance. thriftstorecrafter at yahoo.com

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  159. I usually call it by what the designer has called it.

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  160. I usually pick a name that I think fits the quilt.

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  161. I name quilts based on the theme of the quilt and the mood I am in.

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  162. I really don't give my quilts a name unless it is the same as the pattern that I've used. But it is a creative thought :-)

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  163. Naming quilts is hard for me...although I picked out my kids names in the first trimester, it seems like my quilts take longer. I usually just get last minute inspiration. I love your block, congrats on the cover too. I am getting into triangles more and more. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

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  164. I love that block it is so fresh and captivating!

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  165. I like the way it's framed too. Nice modern block.

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  166. I think I am too new at quilting to be creative enough for a name. But... the name for my last couple would be "Wow, I can't believe it's finished". Love this block and can see so many possibilities for it. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  167. I find inspiration for naming a quilt from the fabric or the design but it's not always easy to come up with a good name.

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  168. I "listen" to my quilts and they name themselves, lol.

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  169. I love your block - lots of pieces. Considering your Vice Versa BOM!

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  170. Love your blocks and color combinations

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  171. Love you block & congratulations for making the cover too! Thanks for a chance at the give-away.
    Maureen
    mgw070 at shaw dot ca

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  172. a fun block. Thks for the giveaways. pjrquilter at msn dot com

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  173. I like your block and can see why you named it Wafftle it fits.

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  174. I usually don't name them, but if I do it will likely have a video game or 80s movie reference

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  175. I like your block and it's name. I usually name a quilt for something in the design or in the fabric. Congratulations on being in the magazine.

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  176. I don't really name quilts, I just record the design name.

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  177. Great block. Congratulations on being published in Quiltmakers 100 block Volume 8. I love the name of your Waffle block, absolutely perfect name. I don't name just because I can never think of a name.

    SewCalGal
    www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

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  178. Gosh ~ I'm a newbie quilter, so I haven't even thought of doing that yet. :) Thanks for the chance!

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  179. I make Traditional quilts so I don't name my blocks. I use the name already given to the blocks. Thank you for the giveaway.

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  180. Your block is great and very well named! I name my quilts, but not the blocks!! Thanks for sharing.

    anneandbenhike at yahoo dot com

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  182. Love your blog and the block!! I am pretty new to quilting, I have made 2 quilts so far but have not named them :/ maybe I need to start.. or is that just for blocks???

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  183. I haven't named a quilt before, I like your block, it looks versatile. Must check out your Vice Versa BOM.
    Thanks for the giveaway.

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  184. I like your block very much, and the name is cute too. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  185. Neat block. Congrats and thanks for a chance to win.
    Hinders.r@gmail.com

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  186. Great block and I love the name

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  187. Neat block, love all the possibilities with it. I have not yet designed blocks or quilts so my quilts are usually called whatever the pattern is called or sometimes by whoever the quilt is for. Congratulations and Thank you for your giveaway.

    missmoozie(at)gmail(dot)com

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  188. Every block has a different name, same with every quilt. It's what inspires you. Or what makes you laugh - or sometimes the help of bloggers and quilters :)

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  189. Congratulations! I let the colors of the block help me name it.

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  190. I haven't finished enough quilts to actually name them.

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  191. Great Block. Looks like it would be very versatile.

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  192. I name mine after their recipient.

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  193. Congratulations on being published again as well as being a cover girl! Waffle done in reverse colors looks really nice too! Thanks for the chance to win!

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