Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks Volume 7

Posted on May 1st, by Amy in Magazine/Featured. 308 comments

ETA : Winner is Sally, who likes to set her blocks on point!

Guess what? I’m excited to have a  block in Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks Volume 7!  I’m a part of the Blog Hop today hosted by Quiltmaker.  Join in the fun for your chance to win a copy at the end of the post.

Enchanted - 100 Blocks - AmysCreativeSide.com

My block is called Enchanted, you will find it on page 52 of the magazine.  I love watching blocks interact in a quilt top, and thought I would share a couple of options with you!

Enchanted - AmysCreativeSide.com

I love the simple, secondary elements within a full quilt top.

Enchanted Runner - AmysCreativeSide.com

And a runner  set on-point, would make a fun addition to your table!

I think the block is much more fun in a group :)  How would you set it?  Straight or on-point?

If you would like to win a of Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks, on sale May 7th, leave me a comment, about your favorite quilt setting. 

Also, you can visit all the other blogs on tour by visiting Quiltmaker, for more chances to win!

I’ll select a winner on Monday, May 6.

Good Luck!


308 thoughts on “Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks Volume 7

  1. 1
    Gill says:

    Great block! I like it on point!

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      Pam says:

      Congratulations Amy!

      My favorite quilt setting is “Medallion” setting…I love designs that radiate from the center!

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    Debbie M says:

    Congratulations on having a block in this volume, Amy! One of my favorite settings is when the block is on point and then set in a zigzag with solid zigzag blocks in between.

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    mrsmoore says:

    I like it set straight. It’s a very dynamic block!

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    Mary Jo says:

    I love your table runner on point setting! I usually like a straight setting, but it depends on the block itself!! Looks like Volume 7 is the very best issue yet! Can’t wait to get a copy!!

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    Deb says:

    I really like on point settings. Makes the quilt or runner look changed up and different. I’d love to win.

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    Marca Fritzemeier says:

    I always lean toward on point and pinwheels.

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    cindy says:

    I like it on point!

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    KT says:

    Love the pinwheels that show up in the corners! I have not tried anything other than a straight set yet, though I love the look of on point settings. Thanks for the chance to win!

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    Becky Greene says:

    I often do blocks on point, but love them straight, no sashing to see what secondary patterns appear. Love your block for just that reason!!

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    Sheryl F. says:

    I love your design. My favorite is on point.

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    Sandi Scarlett says:

    I love seeing the pinwheels as they are one of my favorite blocks. Guess I would probably do it on point. Thanks for the chance to win.

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    Lea says:

    I’m biased it like it on point!

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    Deborah says:

    I really like blocks on point !

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    Julie says:

    Love the block and especially on point! Since I love scrappy looking blocks, this block is right up my alley!

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    Lisa Marie says:

    I would set it on point. Love the effect when the blocks are put together.

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    Patricia S says:

    I like the look of on point quilts. Thanks sew much for this chance to win :-D

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    Bernie S says:

    I love the whole quilt with the blocks set straight.

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    Sandy N says:

    I love it in the straight set version. Congratulations on having a block chosen.

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    Sharon says:

    Love blocks that make secondary designs and they make for even more fun when set on point.

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    Dana says:

    I love this block and the fabrics you picked, it looks like it’s on point without the hassles. On point is one of my favorite settings.

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    Tammy H says:

    I love the look of blocks set on point. And this one will be wonderful that way!

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    Koricard says:

    I usually like blocks set on point but I think I like your block set straight because then the pinwheel design that forms at the corners is actually on point and gives it a neat effect. Great block!

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    michele says:

    love your block. Looking forward to your neutrals book.

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    Carol Sc says:

    I like setting blocks on point — it totally changes the effect and makes it harder to identify. I really like your block — it has many possibilities — which is probably true of most blocks.

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    Great block, Amy! I like it on point –great movement! Thanks for the giveaway!

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    Donna Phelps says:

    Congrats on having your block in 100 Blocks. I love your use of modern fabrics. I am a big fan of setting blocks on point myself.Keep up the good work.

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    Pat says:

    My favorite setting is on point. Thanks for holding the giveaway!

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    Laura G says:

    Oh, I love blocks set on point. They always seem to look prettier that way! Love your block!

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    lyn crain says:

    I love the block both ways but if I had to choose it would be the point version because it has great visual movement.
    Congratulations, your block is a worthy contribution to a great magazine.

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    Faye says:

    I am often drawn to setting blocks on point, but when the block design creates such a dynamic secondary pattern like the one you presented here, I think you get all of the excitement of setting blocks on point with just a straight setting!

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    Nancysue says:

    I like both but am leaning towards setting it straight. Even straight there is a point design. I love how the “flower” print reads as a sparkle on a diamond :)

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    Nancy D. says:

    I like it on point, but normally just do straight settings. Cute block!

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    Darlene says:

    I prefer the straight setting.

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    JudyS says:

    I like on point and straight. I tall depends on the block and fabrics used. I do like your block on point best.

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    Marie A says:

    I like the straight setting in the full quilt best. Congrats on being in the magazine and thanks for the chance to win!

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    Susan says:

    Amy – Congrats on being a marvelous magazine. I adore the block. It never ceases to amaze me how a beautiful block comes together with other blocks from the same pattern to make an even more beautiful quilt with a secondary pattern appears. I love pin wheels and was pleasantly surprised to see the pin wheel appear. I would probably set it on point. Thanks for the giveaway.

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    Sandra Timmons says:

    I like the idea of a quilt top that turns into a secondary element within a full quilt top. I think that is so neat and becomes more unique. Thank you for the chance to win QM 100 Blocks, Volume 7. This is a magazine that will want to keep forever. So many talented designers with their creative blocks. Absolutely amazing.

    Sandi Timmons

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    Mary says:

    Love this pattern, and how it looks finished with those great fabrics!

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    Peggy says:

    I love PINWHEELS and STARS….I love the fact that your block turns into pinwheels….

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    Linda R says:

    I’ve always done mine straight unless the pattern is done on point. I like your pattern.

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    I really like blocks set on point…

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    SewLindaAnn says:

    I’m always attracted to on point designs.

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    I would set it on point, it really will change the look. Nice job

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    Becky (central oregon) says:

    I love setting blocks too each other as opposed to with a sashing…

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    I love on point setting.

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    Deb says:

    I would definitely set these blocks on point. A very fresh and interesting block!

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    Patricia Hersl says:

    Looks like I tend to diagonal settings. And sashing seems quite popular too. Am I in a rut?

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    Betty says:

    Mostly I like it straight set.

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    Lori Smanski says:

    congrats on being in the book. I really don know what setting means. But I do really like doing log cabins so far.

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    Brenda hulsey says:

    I like the set side by side. Very nice block!

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    Cindy W. says:

    I lean toward sashing and cornerstones but your block does best with multiplies so different designs show up – love the tablerunner!

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    Robin says:

    I like your block on point. When making my own quilts the block usually determines if I use a straight or on point setting. Thank you for your block!

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    Donna says:

    I like blocks set straight and love how your block has little pinwheels when set together. Thanks

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    claire says:

    I love on-point settings with sashing – thx for the chance

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    Cindy K says:

    Great Block….I would do the on point. Would love to make the runner. Thank you for the chance to win.

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    Jane says:

    Love the block, I’m really into table runners right now so love the new idea.

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    Kim says:

    Usually I would say on point. With this one, as the corner blocks make a pinwheel, I have to say it depends on the fabric and what is the dominant color. Vague statement there. I would have to play around with several blocks before I determined which way I would go.

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    Dorothy B. says:

    Scrappy set on point

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    Betty Domal says:

    I like your fabric combinations – the runner is very pretty, too.
    I would put the blocks on point for the quilt.
    Thanks for the opportunity to win.
    Betty Domal

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    Donna says:

    I like them both, but the large quilt is more dramatic.

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    Colleen says:

    What a great way to use charm squares – including those that I’ve cut from my scraps.

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    Andrea Harles says:

    Like the complexity of this block and think it shines with a straight setting

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    Diana says:

    I like it on point! Thanks for the chance to win!

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    Becky Ball says:

    This block is already on point appearing. I love those. I like on point settings that are actually straight sets. Straight works with this one.

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    Lucy says:

    I’m most comfortable with straight settings but have tried others including Circle of Nine which is fun.

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    Sharon says:

    I like them both but I guess it would be on point. Thanks for the giveaway

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    This could be used with so many other blocks. Like the quilt you made great for spring.

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    edithann mascia says:

    Great Block. I like it straight as it looks like it is on pointl

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    kathy h says:

    Congratulations on having your block in the magazine. I love how it looks in the quilt. My favorite setting is on point.

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    Susie says:

    I am new to quilting and so far every style is my favorite. I love your designs

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    Sue says:

    I have been experimenting with the Disappearing Nine-Patch and have been enjoying that.

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    Darlene B says:

    I love seeing how different a quilt looks when changed from a straight setting to an on-point setting. I think most often I like the on-point look better.

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    Anita says:

    I think I like the straight one best, but the on-point setting also looks good. A beautiful block, by the way!

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    Laura Riley says:

    I like the straight setting the best. Love the pinwheels that emerge when the blocks are put together.

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    Mary Porath says:

    I love your block. I usually set straight, but on point once in a while.

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    Denise says:

    I have to go with the majority on this and say I like the block on point. Love the pinwheels!!

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    Tina in NJ says:

    My favorite quilt setting is straight, with sashing. This setting is very forgiving of slight variations in block size.

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    Tricia L. says:

    That repeated block looks awesome! Setting blocks on point is striking to me.

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    Kathleen Wood-Kaiser says:

    I almost always think a block looks more interesting on point.

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    Emily C says:

    I like it both ways. I like how blocks look different depending on whether they are on point or straight. Lovely block. congratulations on getting a block into this magazine. I loved the last issue and I love these hops. So much fun and so many great blogs to hop to.

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    Giney says:

    Quilts set on-point are fabulous. Some day I’ll be brave enough to try making one! Congrats on being included in the magazine!

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    Terry McLemore says:

    I’m in the middle of moving and packing up my sewing room. All I can do is live vicariously through others sewing right now. I love how the pinwheels appear. It’s definitely going on my list of future blocks. My granddaughter is traveling from Hawaii this summer to sew with me. I can’t wait.

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    Hueisei says:

    I like on point and straight. Thanks for the chance to win.

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    Jocelyn says:

    I’ve always liked my quilts on point. I think it adds so much interest.

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    Jennifer B says:

    I love your block! I would keep it straight and make a full sized quilt with it.

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    Beth B says:

    On Point settings are interesting.

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    I love the block in the table runner. I’m working on a medallion quilt now with on point blocks. Thanks for the chance to win!

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    Debbie Rhodes says:

    I have always loved on point quilts but have never been able to talk myself into trying one.. looks tricky… thanks

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    Cher says:

    What a nice block! I tend to like on-point settings but this one works really nicely straight. I’d like to experiment with it.

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    Linda Ferguson says:

    I like vertical set quilts! Love to win!

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    Nancyanne C says:

    I like any blocks with stars in them.

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    Lou says:

    I like it on point!
    Great block!

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    Kristen says:

    Unfortunately, the first two pictures are not showing up for me so the only one I can see is the runner where you say it’s set on point. It makes me intrigued to get the magazine and see the block itself! Thanks for the chance to win!

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    Darrell says:

    I love quilts set on point. It gives the block(s) a new perspective.

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    Karla S. says:

    I love this block – so simple. I love how it interacts with itself in the quilt and the table runner. This is project I would make. I like it both on point or not – it would be a lot of fun to pick material to make this.

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    Shirley V D says:

    I like quilts with the blocks set either way. It really depends on the block. Your block looks very nice both ways. The colors are very lovely.

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    Gwen says:

    I like to put my blocks on point and take advantage of getting
    a bit bigger quilt from the design.

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    Rose says:

    On point, congrats and thanks for the chance to win.

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    Chris P says:

    I think I would do on point to add additional interest. It is very pretty.

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    Lee Ann L. says:

    I have always liked on point simply because it’s a tad more unique as many do not do them.

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    Celeste Catano says:

    I like the look of an on-point block.

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    Lorri says:

    different settings every quilt as they speak to me-thank you for the chance to win

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    Souix Bee says:

    This is definitely an on point quilt. I guess I’m a movement kind of person and pin wheels are a bonus.

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    Cathy B says:

    I like to straight set my blocks. Congratulations on having a block in this volume. I love it!!

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    marta says:

    I like the set on-point , thank you..

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    Joan H. says:

    Great block. I like most blocks set on point.

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    Val says:

    I love the way blocks look set on point. Thanks for the chance to win the magazine.

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    Mary Arline Smith says:

    Amy, “Congratulations!” First, I like the settings you chose for your quilt and your table runner. I would
    have to say the setting I would prefer depends on
    the block as well as the quilt size and intended use.

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    Jenny Moore says:

    I like this block on point the best.

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    Patti Thomas says:

    I agree that this block looks way better in a group! I also like it on point. Thanks for sharing.

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    Jill HIcks says:

    Your block is a great way to show off fun fabrics.

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    Hello! I enjoy the fun and freedom of designing a different setting for every quilt. Have a super day!

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    chere wilson says:

    really like the colors. the darker shade blends in so well with the other colors. thought it would be to strong. like the point. look forward to all the blocks being together.

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    Kathie says:

    I’m really starting to like my quilts on point, it really seems to make the block move. Thanks for the opportunity to win the magazine and I love your block!

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    Joanna says:

    I like it straight. Love how the fabric placement makes the block light up.

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    Cherie says:

    I like blocks set on point, but seem to always set mine straight.

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    Louise Cheever says:

    On point always or almost always

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    Margaret Andrews says:

    I like to look at on point altho it scares me to do this unless I have a pattern. Love your block.

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    Pat V. says:

    I don’t have a favorite setting, I love to experiment! I would definitely set this one straight, love the patterns that result.

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    Sandy says:

    Definitely on-point. I’m always amazed at how versatile these blocks are!

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    rosa says:

    I love your design set on point.

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    Barb Johnson says:

    I like diagonal lines in a quilt. since your block has diagonal movement; I’d use a straight set rather than a diagonal one.

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    patti leal says:

    such a simple block that can make so many different designs. most of the time i use a straight set, but other times i much prefer on-point. takes less blocks and the edge and corner tris are usually a cinch. thanks for a chance to win. patti

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    Gena in Dallas says:

    On-point is good, but I always have trouble calculating the size of the setting triangles!!

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    apple blossom says:

    love the table runner

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    Cecilia says:

    Nice block! I like it set side by side with a secondary pinwheel pattern. Thanks for the chance to win a copy of the magazine.

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    Kate says:

    Love the straight setting. Really makes the patterns pop. Thanks for the chance to win!

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    Sandra Visser says:

    Grats on having your block chosen. I usually prefer straight settings.

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    Karyn Ashley Smith says:

    I tend to lean to “on-point” but it depends on the block..this one works awesome either way! LOVE how it plays so nicely with others *grin* Congrats on being in the 100!

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    Toni Anne says:

    Love the pinwheel that you get, when the corners meet. Great block! ;-> Toni Anne

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    Mary C in WA says:

    What a great block for a fabrics you want to NOT cut up into tiny pieces. I always check to see if the quilt wants to go on-point when I’m designing on my wall. The borders and setting Triangles are a bit tricky though. Hope to Win a Copy of Volume 7 on the BLOG TOUR.

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    Barbara Pricola says:

    I like your table runner. I love on-point settings. They are always so interesting, but I always shy away when I’m doing it and do the traditional settings.

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    Nita says:

    I’m not experienced enough to have a favourite setting…but I do adore your block’s repeating pattern!

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    Stephanie A says:

    On point for sure! Thanks for the chance to win!

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    Joyce Mitchell says:

    Great block. I prefer the straight setting, though I’ve made a few on point & loved them. Thanks.

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    Cathy says:

    I love to set blocks with sashing and corner stones. Sometimes I use 4 or 9 patch blocks as the cornerstones. Thanks for a great giveaway. Hugs

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    Bonnie Thiem says:

    That is some block. Would make an interesting quilt. Thanks.

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    Mary Christopher says:

    I love on point

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    Jenelle Boxberger says:

    Love your block, Congrats. Thanks. I like to use sashing.

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    Lori S says:

    I pick the on-point this time. Thanks for the chance to win!

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    Donna says:

    What a wonderful block! I love it on point :)

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    Eva says:

    I personally like it on point. Thanks for sharing.

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    Kathy L says:

    I like straight sets best. Thanks for the chance to win.

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    Emma says:

    I’m more of a straight set person…haven’t actually done any on point yet!

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    Liz Engman says:

    At the moment, anyhow. I guess I prefer a straight setting with sashing.

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    Ruth Rocker says:

    I love on point settings. Makes the simplest block look completely different.

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    On point settings are my favorite. I think they’re very dynamic. Love your block!

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    Alice M says:

    I think I would set it on point!!

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    Bonnie Pfrimmer says:

    Great block!! Thank you for sharing with us. You are very creative..I like to set on point.

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    Kate says:

    Its a great block either way, I like the pinwheel effect. Thanks for the chance!

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    Cindy A. says:

    Great block! I can’t get away from setting quilt blocks on- point. It just seems to be more interesting visually to me. Since it tends to make your quilt larger as well I like the added plus of not having to make as many squares.

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    Anita Blanton says:

    One of my favs is block to block that creates a secondary design; then triple border or even pieced borders to enhance the top. Thanks for the giveaway! It sounds wonderful!

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    Kris Searle says:

    Definitely on point. It provides movement.

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    Maryellen says:

    Fun block! I love the runner idea. On point is always fun, but the whole quilt top looks better with straight setting. The secondary design shows better, I think. Thanks!

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    Robyn B says:

    On point does look better lots of times but I get lazy ;0)

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    Wonderful block! It depends on the block, but I tend to like them set on point more often than not. Thanks for the chance!

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    Jamie says:

    I like on point best. I really love that Thomas Knauer fabric you used!

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    marion says:

    I like both on point and straight settings

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    VickiT says:

    Great block Amy! Using the fabrics you have used, I like the block set straight. I think depending on other fabrics being used, I may like it on point more.

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    lindawwww says:

    I love setting traditional blocks on point. I love the all-over effect of your block when it’s used in a quilt.

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    ritainalaska says:

    good block … the pinwheel shows up when the blocks are joined. i like to set blox on point, depending on the pattern. thanx for the chance to win a copy of this marvelous magazine.

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    Vivian says:

    Cute block. I like quilts on point.

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    Dawn Koby says:

    Thank you for sharing your blocks, I really like them both, but my favorite is the table runner set on point. it would liven up the table. keep up the great work

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    Carol Crisp says:

    The runner on point is stunning! That one gets my vote.

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    I like on point settings a lot and I find I keep going back to that style.

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    carla bynum says:

    Hi!!! Very pretty block!!!! I love it in both groups but on point would be my fave!!!! Thanks for the fun!!!!

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    Miss Pat says:

    I think the setting all depends on the block and how it will be used. Some work better on point, some don’t and sometimes it doesn’t make a big difference. Each method is interesting in it’s own way.

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    Jitka says:

    Wonderful. I like such blocks which make secondary pattern. I love setting you shou us. It is perfect. Thank you.

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    Cathy Odle says:

    What a fun block. I can’t wait to give it a try.

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    Susan Pepper says:

    I really like the table runner.

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    Janice Padgett says:

    I love patterns with a star layout – especially Hunter’s Star and Lone Star. Thanks for sharing and the giveaway.

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    usairdoll says:

    What a snazzy block! Fabric is lovely! Both options look great but I’m leaning more towards on point setting.

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


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    Karen says:

    I like settings on point, it seems to add lots of secondary patterns, in my humble opinion…:)

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    My favorite block setting is usually On-Point, but I like your block in a straight setting. What a wonderful secondary pattern! This block has wonderful possibilities! Thanks for sharing!

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    Margaret Schindler says:

    I tend to like straight settings. Love your block

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    Sheila Hixon says:

    love your block my choose would be on point, can see some fun project using your block.

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    Mary Frakes says:

    I love the table runner set on point. Very pretty

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    Heather says:

    Your block is so interesting as it appears on point in the block itself. I would use it in the straight setting and still get the movement usually obtained from on point settings.

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    Amy C says:

    I like just plain old straight as that is what I have done up to now. I have not yet tried on point but will soon – I promise!!!

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    Lovie Ball says:

    On-Point. Love working with blocks on-point, sometimes it gives a totally different look to a quilt. I would try yours with narrow sashing and cornerstones.,

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    Donna Amos says:

    I like the on point setting and how it shows the pinwheels

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    Vicki H says:

    I like both settings. I think the final project would be my deciding factor.

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    Bev Thomas says:

    Great Block! love the secondary design that comes out.

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    Lisa McGriff says:

    I love blocks that when combined make a secondary design, it’s like a Christmas present found in January!

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    Missy says:

    I like the look of on point but have never done it before.

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    Rebecca Schmitt says:

    I’m not sure I could choose between the two settings. Some blocks just call for on-point, others scream “set me straight”! :)

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    Karen says:

    I like both but the on point setting of the table runner is outstanding.

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    Jinnine Pearce says:

    Love your block. I enjoyed the secondary interaction of the block.I would set it on point.

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    Janine Huisjen says:

    I like blocks set on point, but lately with the influence of modern quilting, I like the look of fewer blocks, assymetrical settings, and more negative space to set off the blocks,

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    Maggie Avrit says:

    I really like that table runner. It’s so lively!

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    Jeanann M. says:

    Love the blocks set on point.

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    Valorie Spanogle says:

    I really like your block set on point. I think it has a more peaceful feel to it.

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    Jennifer B says:

    On point. Love this block. Thanks for the chance.

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    pat sprengel says:

    thanks for chance to win book

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    Gale says:

    Nice block. I like it on point.

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    Laura G. says:

    I prefer setting blocks straight. I would like to try your block’s table runner though. I have a thing for pin wheels. I love the fabric choices you showed. I wouldn’t have thought to use those. I love how they work together.

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    Kris B says:

    Definitely the on point setting. It really show cases the block!

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    Lynda says:

    I like the straight setting, the secondary design is very pleasing

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    Steph says:

    I like the straight setting. I like the secondary pinwheels on point. But mostly I think I just like the larger piece. The single row in the table-runner isn’t enough to bring out the secondary patterns.

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    Debbie H says:

    I also like an on point setting. Thanks

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    Laura says:

    This is such a fun block! I like the pinwheels formed from the straight setting. Congratulations on having your block selected for Volume 7!

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    Brenda J. says:

    I love the secondary pinwheels and how they pop out and give some motion to the quilt. The larger quilt set straight is my favorite. Congrats on being published and thanks for the chance to win!

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    Lauren aka Giddy99 says:

    I love both, but I would set them straight! :)

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    Annie K says:

    I think the majority of the quilts I’ve made have been set on point, now that I actually stop to think about it. I guess that must be my favorite look!

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    Lou Brewer says:

    I really like the look of blocks set on point. I love your Enchanted Block and look forward to making it.

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    Theresa says:

    I’m becoming more comfortable with on-point settings…but I think your block is equally charming either way.

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    Linda says:

    I love it set on point. I’m working on a large quilt right now with secondary patterns. I haven’t quite finished all the blocks but I was so excited to see the secondary patterns that I pieced a few together. LOVE secondary patterns.

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    Kay Ahr says:

    My favorite setting is straight, but I’d love to work on the “right” row-by-row quilt.

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    MaryBeth says:

    I love on-point settings. Even a simple nine-patch looks so much more interesting when placed on-point!

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    JillB says:

    This block has so much energy set on point in the quilt size! Congrats on getting it published.

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    Maureen says:

    Ohhh, great block! I love “on point” blocks, they add such interest. Thanks for a chance at the give-away!

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    Laura N says:

    Tough choice, but I think “on-point” wins this time.

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    Carol Berge says:

    Congratulations on getting a block in this issue. Love all of the issues.
    I often do blocks on point, but love them straight, no sashing to see what secondary patterns appear. Love your block for just that reason!!

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    Jackie C says:

    Love it on point, great job, thanks!!

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    Karen Watkins says:

    I like blocks on point, but I don’t think I’ve ever made a quilt with the blocks laid out that way!

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    Linda Hall says:

    Your block looks fantastic set both ways!

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    Sally says:

    I like to set my blocks on point.

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    Patty Swatzell says:

    Congrats on having your block in Vol. 7. I really like your block plus it really looks nice in the setting. I think it will make a nice table runner too. I like setting Blocks on Point.

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    Wendy says:

    Neat block! It kind of depends on the block but, usually I like the on point setting.

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    Nancy M says:

    I usually like blocks set on point. Thank you for the chance at the giveaway.

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    LeeAnn says:

    I love it on point! makes the pieces dance!

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    Lavonna ZWB says:

    I like it either way. Thank you for sharing with us.

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    Melanie says:

    I like it straight, but that’s only because I’ve never attempted to do anything on point. Thanks for the chance to win! Love your block!!

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    Christina in Cleveland says:

    Congratulations on your block! Not just for being published but what a fun block so full of possibilities! Thank you!!
    ~Christina in Cleveland.

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    Beth T. says:

    I’m terrible at setting blocks on point, so if it were my quilt I’d be putting it in straight. Your block is great because even a straight setting results in an interesting quilt.

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    debbie says:

    I like it on point but it is beautiful either way!

  228. 228

    I like them both way thanks

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    LJ says:

    I really do love blocks on-point though it is something I have yet to do. Great block. Congratulations.

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    Leanne says:

    fabulous block and I love it on point – I’ve only done straight setting before but seeing your layout will make me think in future :)

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    Annie says:

    I also love seeing how blocks interact in a quilt top. I especially like on-point settings.

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    Kittie E says:

    I like setting blocks on point.

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    Karen McManus says:

    On point is always great.

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    Sharon McQuade says:

    This is so simple but very effective, Love it. Have already decided this is the block I need to do into a quilt for my friend’s 50th Birthday Present

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    Carla G says:

    I love your block! And I love to put my blocks on point. That’s a cool table topper! :)

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    Sue Biles says:

    I like both settings, but my favorite is on point. Your block is lovely. I look forward to seeing it in the book.

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    I prefer the straight setting. Love this block and the secondary patterns it creates!

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    Pam from CA says:

    I like blocks set on point!

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    bonnie says:

    what a fun block,, bet my grand daughter would love a quilt made in that design

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    Rachell R says:

    I like it on point and like how the blocks make pinwheels when they are set next to each other.
    i usually do a straight setting woth sashing. I haven’t tried an on-point setting before, but its on my list!

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    KatieQ says:

    I love placing blocks on point. I’m always amazed at the secondary patterns that emerge.

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    Tami Chaulk says:

    I think that I like your Enchanted block set on point.

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    kathy says:

    I think I started making quilt tops set on the diagonal, so I have not been intimidated by the on-point designs, and your block certainly looks great set that way. Keep up the good work.

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    Sallie says:

    I prefer the straight set. Thanks for the giveaway!

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    I like it on point, gives it a lot more movement and visual designs within the design.


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    Angele says:

    Hi, I don’t have a particular way that I have to set my blocks in, it all depends. I like to try new things. Rows on point with lattice, medallion, all are good for me.

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    WyoDi says:

    I love this one on point!

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    Mara Cockman says:

    I like it set on point. I love the pinwheels it creates :-)

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    Georgie says:

    I like the block set the way it is in the quilt. Congrats on having it in the magazine. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

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    Cathlene says:

    I like this block particular block on point. It would make a great table runner for my table. The colors and movement when grouped together is very nice.

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    Amy Lause says:

    Well, generally I love the on-point setting. It seems like there is more movement and interest. I don’t even really mind the setting triangles. Altho I will say that there are some quilts that are just better in the straight setting. However, your block just BEGS for an on-point setting! Can’t wait to try it!

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    Kaye says:

    I like to look at quilts set on point but have not tried making any of those yet.

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    Anne says:

    Great block . . . makes a lovely quilt. I used to do a lot of on-point layouts but now more straight set without borders or no set at all but more modern.

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    Ellen says:

    I like blocks on point.

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    I just did an on point setting for a small quilt. I really like the look and plan to do it this way a lot more.

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    Rhonda Desgranges says:

    Love your blocks. Thanks for sharing with us.
    I prefer blocks that are straight set. Thanks for the
    chance to win!

  257. 257
    Gloria Bruce says:

    I do like blocks set on point. great block that you made.

  258. 258
    Karrie Smith says:

    I think it depends on the individual quilt, but it seems that I usually set my quilts “straight”. Thanks for the chance to win! And congrats on Enchanted ;)

  259. 259

    I like the look of the entire quilt. Just the block not so much but love the end result.

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    Elizabeth McDonald says:

    I love your block in the table runner, set on point!

  261. 261

    it’s a great block. I like option 1

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    Pamela R in Leaburg says:

    I think on point but it works whichever way.

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    Judy Forkner says:

    It depends on the block–some really benefit from an on-point setting, but I prefer others straight set–I prefer Churn Dash blocks straight set, for instance. Most can go either way!

  264. 264
    Cathryn H says:

    Blogs are so much fun. I love to piece my blocks and I like to have a pattern of some sort come out of the fabric choices.

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    Judy1522 says:

    Beautiful block! I really like your block with the straight setting because of the secondary pinwheel block that is created. I always love that when I see it in a quilt. With the right quilt blocks an on point setting is my favorite.

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    Martina says:

    Lovely block! Congratulations. I love it on point and the quiltversion looks fantastic!

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    Julie in WA says:

    I like blocks set on point but I really have problems with getting those end triangles the right size!

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    Julie B says:

    On point. Thanks for the chance to win.

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    ELIZAJANE says:

    I love the table runner on Point , Even the colours you chose are close to what I would use for my summer table runner.Thanks for the great design.

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    Sue Bone says:

    I love blocks set on point and how it changes their look compared to a staright set.

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    Mary says:

    I love your block set on point–my fave for almost all blocks!

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    Nancy B from Many LA says:

    I love blocks set on point!

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    Lynn says:

    The block is really effective when placed with others. I am a sucker for pinwheels , and love how yours are created.

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    Fran says:

    This is a lovely block, I’d make it set on point – I really like the way it looks.

  275. 275
    Franci says:

    I like it on-point, but it would depend on how I am using it.

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    PennyDog says:

    Oh wow, amazing how many shapes that block makes! I like it both ways but I think on point makes some blocks more interesting.

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    Betsy says:

    On point is my favorite but I can never make it without a pattern

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    Jamie says:

    I like the way your block makes a secondary pattern. I like the look of on point quilts, but so far I have only made quilts with straight blocks. Thank you for a chance to win.

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    Diann Cornell says:

    I like straight settings.

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    Dee says:

    I love on point settigns – love pinwheels – they are so happy.

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    Tamsyn says:

    Great Block. I would set this block on point.

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    Beth says:

    I love pinwheels so this quilt really makes me happy. I love the first quilt setting the best.

  283. 283

    Nicely done. I like it on point.

  284. 284
    Phyllis O'Connor says:

    Love your block! My favorite is on point.

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    toni-anne says:

    Set on point for drama, straight to let the block rest and give the subject space. I see the position as a creative decision and dependant on the mood you want to convey Playing about until the quilt speaks back to you is the fun part of quilt design. Am I on the right track in thinking you had plenty of fun with your lovely design?

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    Marilyn Tucker says:

    I like it on point! Very pretty!

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    I love blocks on point with side setting triangles.

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    Malini says:

    Wow! that is looking amazing!

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    Sandy W. says:

    Like on point settings best; gives most quilts a lot of movement. Your block is very deceptive. Looks fairly ordinary by itself, but when made into a quilt, it’s a wowser. Congrats!

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    kwiltnkats says:

    I’m happy with lots of settings. If I had to pick one it would be on point. Sandi

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    MarciaW says:

    I like the appearance on on point block settings, albeit I cannot accurately make quilts on point. Your block is so very pretty. Thanks for the giveaway and congratulations on your block being published in Volume 7 of Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks! alternate email mlwright29(at)hotmail(dot)com

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    Lisa E says:

    I don’t do it very often, but I like on point settings. Thanks for the giveaway.

  293. 293
    Nancy Smith says:

    I love to put my blocks on point. It makes them look like a different quilt. Thanks for the chance to win a wonderful prize.

  294. 294
    Laurie says:

    Great block! My favorite setting changes very frequently.

  295. 295
    Peggy Savage says:

    I like quilt blocks set on point.

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    janita says:

    I like blocks set on point but most of the quilts i have made are set straight. Great block in the book. Thanks for a chance to win. Janita

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    Michele says:

    Honestly I like both settings. It reallly depends on the block I’m making and the fabrics. Your block is great and I’d love to have a copy of this magazine to add to the others that I already have. Thanks for the chance to win.

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    Tania says:

    On point looks quite dynamic, but frankly, I like both of them. Thanks

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    Susan L. says:

    I like setting on point.

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    Kathy says:

    I agree – set on point it would be a fantastic addition to a dining table. I’m going to have to put this on my “to do” list. Thanks. And congratulations.

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    Colette says:

    Great block. I can’t say I have a favorite. Depends on the block, sometimes on point, sometimes flat.

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    physicsmom says:

    Cute block. I like the straight set.

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    Sarah Norman says:

    I think I like it best set straight, but it’s a close call! Congratulations too :)

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    Cindi C says:

    I love setting block on point. It seems to add so much interest to the quilt.

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    Paula says:

    Great block! I think I like it set on point … but it really interacts nicely either way!

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    Lyn says:

    Both are great, but I’d go with straight.

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    Shannon says:

    I love the quilt at the top. I love the great secondary patterns. Thank you for a great block and a chance to win the magazine.

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