Handi Quilter is proud to be part of this 100 Blocks Vol. 5 Blog Tour!

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Some of you know that we have a Quilting Studio here at Handi Quilter. In the Studio we hold retreats, Handi Quilter University is held here and we are always quilting some new project or another. With these wonderful block designs found in this year’s book we just know that there will be some new wonderful quilts that will be created. As we create new quilts and projects we will be sure to update what we are up to on our blog.

Can you imagine how many beautiful quilts you could create when quilting on one of our fabulous machines? If you haven’t had the chance to try one you really don’t know what you are missing. We recommend that you try one just as soon as you can. (www.handiquilter.com/test-drive/) Also, we recently introduced a new stitch regulator for our HQ Sweet Sixteen sit-down quilting machine. (www.TruStitch.com)

To celebrate being a longtime fan of QuiltMaker, the 100 Quilt Blocks issue and a tour sponsor we are giving away a copy to one lucky person who leaves us a comment! Simply leave a comment at the bottom of this post before Midnight on Friday, May 4 to be entered.

And, visit the Quiltmaker 100 Blocks site to join the blog tour and find more chances to win.

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154 Responses to Handi Quilter is proud to be part of this 100 Blocks Vol. 5 Blog Tour!

  1. C malinowski says:

    Would love to win a copy of the Mag.

  2. Sharon says:

    After five years, I still love my HQ16, even without all the bells and whistles. Thanks for the chance to win a copy of the magazine.

  3. cathy locklin says:

    I love the butterfly block & I am enjoying my new Avante.!!!!!!

  4. Karyl McClellan says:

    I can imagine a sweet embroidered flower in the center of those butterflies in Block 1. And I’d do the butterflies in colorful batiks! Wouldn’t that be lovely? Thanks for the opportunity!