Thursday, September 23, 2010

Get Ready, Get Set.....GO! - Giveaway


I've now closed the comments...a winner will be announced shortly!! :o)

Last time we met, I left you all with a sneak peek of my plans for the Accuquilt and some scraps that I was sewing together.  For those unfamiliar with crumb sewing it is based loosely on the formation of a log-cabin block, but a lot less precise in its construction.  Basically you sew two pieces of fabric together, turn it 90° and trim up the edge ready to sew on another strip. 



Round and round you go until you have a block the size you want.  Click here to see a great tutorial.
As I was going to trim mine down to 5" using the Accuquilt I made mine roughly 5 1/2"



The Accuquilt made quick work trimming these blocks down.



Again using the same template I cut some white squares and some red squares and sewed my crumbs together with the plain blocks.  I could stop here...but after seeing this tutorial I thought I'd take it further...



As the block measures 14" raw I made cuts through the centre at the 7" mark.



One could use a multitude of "disappearing nine patch" combinations, but I'm opting to make my reds corner stones and the white as sashing.




NOW FOR THE EXCITING PART!!!


Accuquilt is letting me choose one person to be the next proud owner of an Accuquilt!



To enter for your chance to win your very own Accuquilt and choice of three dies all you have to do is leave a comment on this post. 
Anyone can enter as long as I have a way of contacting you.
So leave your email address in your comment if you don't have a blogger account.
I'm expecting you all to enter...don't be shy!!!
I will choose a winner next Monday, September 27th at 12 noon (BST)



Good Luck!!!!

Until next time...

182 comments:

orchidlover said...

Not fair I'm first comment and we all know they never win. Ah well never mind if it's due to happen then it will. Have fun with your GO

Love and hugs Gina xxx

Sally said...

fabulous way of trimming up yout crumb blocks, that quilt will look great.

Would love to win the cutter

Lucy@Corset Laced Mannequins said...

what a great giveaway! count me in please. happy to place a link for your giveaway on my blog...let me know, Lucyxx

Kathie said...

oh my GREAT IDEA!!!!!! Love this and it looks like a lot of fun to make and watch the block grow!

oh I love making donation quilts and being able to play and make them is all part of it for me
I just bought a few bags of Kaffe scrap bags and they would be perfect for this block

ah yes I NEED a GO it would make the cutting out part so much easier and FUN< FUN<FUN!!!!!
and I can see us comparing notes on way to use this machine to the max!!!!
pick me, pick me please :)
Kathie

Katherine said...

It's really that easy???!!!

I'm happy to take a chance on winning a Go cutter. Thanks, Jane.

Your blocks are looking fantastic.

A Thrifty Mrs said...

Wow, what a fantastic giveaway. I've never seen anything like that before, it's just the thing I need to get me back into quilting.
I'd love to have a chance to win it, so please put my name in the hat.

Thanks!

Hen said...

Wow, what a wonderful giveaway, I'd love to enter please. I saw somobody had bought one of these at the International Festival of Quilts and was intrigued. I like the blocks for which you have used it.
Hen x

Chris said...

Someone's going to be very lucky - what an amazing opportunity
Chris x

Debby said...

What a great tool!! I hope i will win.

Debby

jillquilts said...

LOVE THOSE BLOCKS!!! I have been meaning to make some crumb blocks of my own like that. :)

Throw my name in the hat, please! And then pick it out!!! lol

Anne Heidi said...

Oh what a cool way of trimming your blocks! Your quilt will look amazing!

Stina said...

Ohhh.. I hurried right over.. ;o))) Cant miss the opportunity to at least have a chance and maybe a GO..;O)) Spo please enter me..:O))
And JAne I LOVE your tutorial.. scraps ... ohhh.. that is fun.. and it is going to look fab once finished!! Well done! HUGS!!

Debbie said...

I love the way you finished your crumb blocks. I would like to enter your giveaway but I live in Canada so I don't know if I am eligable but anyway I enjoy looking at your blog.

Laila said...

I would really love to win a cutter. My birthday is the 26th, so this would be a wonderful birtdaypresent :))))))))

Terry said...

Love the crumb blocks!! I've been wanting to do something like that with my scraps! Now I just need to get busy and do it! LOL

Sara said...

That looks great. Thanks for the awesome giveaway

PiecefulChaos said...

Please enter me - I'd love to win a GO!!!

Shevvy said...

What a brill idea for that disappearing nine patch. Even after making a quilt with one, I never thought of using it like that.

And the Go would be lovely as well!

quiltycat said...

Thanks for this great chance...I'm in!
nichi

Contented Caroline said...

Wow - how dis you manage to get a whole accuquilt to giveaway? Very generous.

Justine said...

I'd love to have a GO!!! And I'm going to try that pattern with all my scraps.

Allabitrandom said...

Could I resist? Just loving the tutorial.

Rachel said...

It would be a lot of fun to have a GO! I am glad to hear you are enjoying yours. :)

Rachel

Jo said...

Jane,

Thanks for the chance - I'd love a GO!

connie said...

Now I was not thinking these were very cool until I see what you have done with it. So fun and I would love to play too. :-) Thanks for this opportunity...

Anna said...

I cross my fingers and hope to win!

Rose Anne said...

Wow! What a great idea. I would love to have a "Go" at this. Thanks!

Deb G. in VA said...

I would love to win a Go! Thanks for the chance.

cvdnurse said...

I really like your take on the disappearing 9 patch, it's a great way to use up even more scraps!
Susan in NC
susie.galasso@gmail.com

Yvette said...

Awesome giveaway!! Please count me in, especially after seeing what you have done with this.

anne bebbington said...

That looks a great gadget Jane - anything that helps with my sometimes inaccurate rotary cutting - please count me in :o)

CathyAgent said...

I would love to try this. very neat.

Melinda said...

Really? See, this is one of those things that looks interesting, but I would never ever think to purchase it for myself. How awesome would it be to win one?!

Hugs,
Melinda

Marge Gordon said...

Can't win if you don't enter, so I will give it a try. Thanks. And I enjoyed your scrappy split nine patch log cabin go cut block... anxious to see a whole quilt from that.

Tammy said...

Wow, what an awesome giveaway. I love how you did those blocks, had no idea you could do that with the accuquilt.

Julia Wood said...

I love the way you're arranging the 9-patch blocks! Please include me in the drawing. Thanks!

WvHmmngbrd said...

I love how you are using your GO! I'd also really love to try one out! Thanks for the chance to win!

Vicki W said...

While I already have a Go, and I LOVE IT, I'd like to enter to win one for my Mom. Her guild makes oodles of charity quilts for local orphanages and I think they would get lots of use from the Go!

Infinity Quilter/Knitter said...

Please enter me in the giveaway. This would be a great birthday present as Monday is my b'day! Thanks.

Doodlebug Gail said...

Goodness, I keep seeing new and exciting ways on how to use this wonderful little GO. What a great way to trim up your blocks. Have fun .... oh, and don't forget to add my name to your giveaway list :-)

Jackie said...

I love your Disappearing Crumb 9 Patches. I don't think I've seen this use of the GO before but I LOVE it!!!

Mary Grace McNamara said...

Love the disappearing 9 patch blocks! How clever to piece the pieces!

MGM

Anja said...

Your blocks look great! Accuquilt seem to cut very exactly, so I would love to win!!

Love,

Anja

Brenda said...

I love what you have done. I'd never heard of crumb quilting, but it looks like a great way to use up scraps.

Oh and I would love to be entered to win a Go.

Thanks,
Brenda

Carol in E TN said...

I love your idea!

Leah said...

Thanks for the link to the DPN. I have seen DPNs before, but not in that layout. I like it. Your blocks look great too. Can't wait to see your version when you finish.

A GO! cutter is on my wishlist, so add my name to the list!

Shirley said...

The blocks look great Jane and what a great way to use those leftovers.
Shirley.

Christy said...

I thought I could live without an Accuquilt, but seeing your lovely blocks makes me think I really do need one! I'm overwhelmed by my growing scrap basket and this would make quick work of it. :)

Abbybeth said...

hadn't thought of using the GO to trimb blocks, that's genius!

Thanks for the chance to win :)

Rafael's Mum said...

Hi Jane! Thanks so much for the chance to win! I'm keeping my fingers, toes and everything possible crossed! I'm so pleased for you to have been given one. Great tutorial!

Chris@Cats On My Quilts said...

I love how you're using your GO. I would LOVE to own one.

Anonymous said...

Hello from Finland,
have a nice autumn. Best wishes, Päivi

Ali said...

Goodness me! One of your readers is going to be very happy indeed!

John'aLee said...

I love that you are showing the 'process'! What a great give away. I will send a link through a blog post about it to my readers as well!

Sipiweske Quilts said...

I've almost been under that rock for too long! I'm just catching up to what's going on by reading some of these wonderful tutorials and reviews that are popping up. I'd really like to try my hand at it - thanks for the giveaway opportunity! - Marlene

Vangie said...

Please enter me for a chance to win. What a fantastic opportunity.

Ann J said...

Hi Jane!
What a generous giveaway, and as someone has already said, no try no win!! Love what you've done with the scrappy blocks......Luv AJ

Timi said...

The quilt you've made is fantastic!!!
I checked the other two tutirals you mentioned and I was really surprised to see what can you do with little pieces...:o) Thanks for sharing it!

paula, the quilter said...

Hi Jane! This would be so much fun to use. Thanks for the giveaway

black bear cabin said...

okay...so since im one of the few that didnt actually know what an Accuquilt was till you shared it on here, i probably dont deserve to win one, but id like to just the same :) especially after you shared your experience with it. What fun...sign me up please :)
p.s. the quilt you are working on is great...so colorful...and what a great way to use up those scraps!
thanks jane :)

tippyio said...

Just recently subscribed to your blog and I am lovin' it! I will be starting my first official quilt in about a week - I am taking a quilting class with a friend - Yeah!

Hope to win this fun gadget!

Keep up the good work.

autumnesf said...

Its fantastic that you can trim blocks with the Go! Now I love the thought of owning one even more!!

*karendianne. said...

What fun creations ALREADY!!! Leave it to you to create something fresh and new. I should have known!!! I'd love to enter your giveaway. Thank you very much. Warmly, *karendianne.

The Cozy Quilter said...

Thanks for the chance to win a GO! I would love to have one. Your idea with the crumb blocks looks great. You are so creative and talented! Pick me!

Please just leave a comment on my blog if I win.

Thanks

Gail

yolande95 said...

I'd love to win this magic box.
It seems less dangerous than rotary cutter.
Thank you again for your beautiful pictures

yolande.audon@free.fr

Poppyprint said...

I love how you used the die to cut down your scrappy log cabin blocks! I hadn't thought of that use. Oh, man, I'd love to win this machine! Thanks for the chance!

Deb said...

I would love to win a GO! I'm spending way more time than I should looking at blogs with all the great ways to use them!

Virginia said...

Love your blog Jane and would love a chance to win a Go machine.
Thanks, Virginia.
quiltyvee@yahoo.co.uk

sewkalico said...

wow! What a lovely gadget! As I nearly took a nail off with my rotary cutter the other day, I would definitely love to win this!

~Marica~ said...

such a pleasant surprise to have someone to get a chance to win a GO:) I have seen this machine on many blog recent weeks and it seems fantastic. Please add me to your giveaway..

deserae said...

I would love to win!
deserae (at) gmail (dot) com

Joan J said...

Wow! I've wanted one of these for awhile now, but the economy just won't cooperate. What a grand giveaway!

joanoh@cinci.rr.com

call me crazy said...

Oh I love the idea of trimming crumb blocks! Way to GO! Thanks for the chance. :-)

Babs said...

Awesome way to use your scraps and the GO! Love your blog - made sure to follow so I can check back soon :)

Betty said...

Pick me Please... Thanks for the chance to win.
I would love a GO.

BTW your log cabin blocks are really nice.

Linda in PA said...

I just found your blog. I really like your crumb blocks.

If I'm the lucky winner I can be reached at
lraetaylor@gmail.com

Thank you

Teresa said...

what a fun quilt to do! Count me in please!!

Laurie said...

The more tutorials I see on the GO cutter, the more I think I may just need to have one!! At first I wasn't that turned on by it, but your tute solidified for me today!! I love that you can combine those "scraps" into the crumb blocks and then so easily make them into perfectly cut blocks ready to piece together. My problem is that I can never get the cutting the same for each block!! Please enter me in your contest! Thanks so much and thank you for the tutorial. Even if I don't win, I now have learned something new today - the crumb block :)

Stormy Days said...

Log cabin is one of my favorite blocks, I've got to try your version it's so wonderfully scrappy.

Freda said...

I love your crumbs tutorial. I would love to win a Go!!!

Lee Anne said...

Fun website and great give away!
Thanks.

Jane said...

Oh my! What a tremendous gift it would be to have one of these!! I love the blocks that you created and will have to try a few of my own.

Martina said...

Great idea! Love the block very much. A Go! - would be so great to win.Thanks a lot for the chance!

Eve said...

Hello there, I would love to win a Go! cutter, I keep reading about it and am about to make my very first quilt.

I'm in the UK too :D

Eveshouse.blogspot.com
Evettesparkle@yahoo.com

MaddyMazeStudio said...

I would absolutely love to have one of theses great machines!

Cathi said...

What a great way to trim up your blocks!!

quiltinanna said...

what a great giveaway. someone is going to be very lucky. I think i would like to try using it. Crista

Cathi said...

Would love a chance to win one of these they look very cool!

Debbie said...

I would love to win.Love your pages.will check back soon
Thanks

Vicki ♥ said...

I love what you have done with the blocks and what you end up doing will look fabulous :) I would so love to win one of these Go Cutters. I know I would have fun like you are :)

Angie said...

Oh My I am So wanting a GO!!! I would love love love to win one of these! :0)

Those are awesome blocks!! I'm so jealous!

MJinMichigan said...

I never thought of using the cutter that way. Please enter me in your drawing.

Anne said...

Ooooh, I'd love to enter! My e-mail doesn't show on my blog so here it is:

annelee55 at yahoo dot com

A Time for Stitching said...

I'm not sure how this device works but it looks mighty useful and time-saving. Would be a helpful addition to my equipment.
Teresa

patticakes said...

Dear Santa:
All I want for Christmas is a GO Accuquilt Cutter!
LOL
bpcampion@comcast.net

scottylover said...

Great way to use the Go! Please count me in on the give away!

Sandy A

Di said...

Wow, I would love to have this helpful device in my sewing life.

Lizzie said...

Here I am still trying. Thanks Jane for the chance to win, those squares are fabulous....
Lizzie
xxx

Janet said...

I'm excited about the chance to win this!

Erica said...

I didn't understand the appeal of this machine until you started explaining how to use it one your blog. Now I know I'd really be able to use one! Thanks for a great giveaway opportunity.

Needled Mom said...

I love the idea of a crumb project!!!! That will be a really fun and attractive quilt. I may have to try that one.

Let's see....I would choose the Drunkard's Path, the Dbl. Wedding Ring and a hexagon die.

Kim Walus said...

Thanks for the chance to win the Accuquilt GO cutter. It would be so fun to have and to use.

lola said...

Oooh! I'm gearing up to make my first quilt for a friend and would LOVE this!

Gail said...

oooh Jane, gorgeous blocks and i do love scrap quilts!!! and of course i would love a GO too!!

Jen said...

Love your blocks! I am continually amazed at the GO! tutorials. Thanks for showing!

Anne said...

Oh yes, please enter my name. Love your blog!

Stray Stitches said...

I would love to win the GO! Thank you for the opportunity to at least try!

Rachel said...

Love your blocks. Great idea to use up scraps! And what a great giveaway. Everybody wants a Go! I want a Go! I'm so excited to have another chance to win one of these.

Tina Dillon said...

Hi Jane,
The ACCUQUILT sounds and looks amazing and what cute blocks - love your fabrics.
Tina (tina.dillon@iinet.net.au)

Regina said...

Oh that makes trimming look so much less painful!!! Great blocks and love the D9P setting!

mamabug said...

OMG is this the most wonderful giveaway :)))) I would absolutely love to win the cutter,then I would have no excuses! kathiebugb@gmail.com

Mary Ann said...

Looks like fun! I'd love to win.
yormimi@yahoo.com

Lesly said...

Interesting! That's the first time I've seen the GO used to square up blocks - what a good idea! I'd love to win the cutter so I could square up blocks in a flash, too!

Willa said...

I am amazed at this new gadget! Would love to have one of my very own!

Fingers crossed.

Sue said...

Every one has already said what I would say - great giveaway, really would love to win a GO, love the block you made - great idea for using up scraps, etc, etc.

Taryn said...

Wow, your photos really do justice to the accurate cuts. I wasn't paying attention to this tool until I saw them. I now have to comment and would love to win one.

pixie13 said...

Very cute blocks. I love doing stuff with scraps. Please count me in for your giveaway. Thanks!

gevin13{at}gmail{dot}com

WoolenSails said...

I would have never thought of using the cutter for that, what a great idea. I love making scrap quilts. Now I just need one, so I would love to enter your contest.

Debbie

Juliesa said...

God, I've been really good this year. Please let me win the Accuquilt. I'll never ask for another thing!

Quilts And Pieces said...

Oh what a great idea! I never thought of using the go to do trimming! Boy would I LOVE one! So put my name in for the draw!

kelley said...

loving those crumb blocks...thanks for the chance to win a GO!...I could put it to really good use getting my stash under control!

ledamewood said...

Please enter me in the giveaway. I would so love to win one of these.

Liz said...

I'd love to win! Thanks!

Trish said...

Thank you for the great Go Giveaway! I'd love to win one and 3 of their new dies. Love them, thanks.

Åsa said...

What a fabulous quilt those crumb blocks will make, I love them=) I will be crossing my fingers and hope I am the lucky one this time. Thank you for the opportunity to win this treasure.

Stella Cole said...

The disappering 9 patch is great for using up scraps and 'uglies'
Ideal to use the GO cutter on.
Stella

Bunty said...

Love to play with the Accuquilt - wish me luck in the draw!
Bunty

DorothyB said...

This opens up a whole lot of possibilities. I hadn't thought of using crumbs to make up components of a larger block. That quilt is going to look great!

Connie W said...

I love the quilt blocks, and love that red color in them!

Sara said...

I am really enjoying your blog layout and all your great pics:) Thanks for the giveaway!!

Lynda said...

I laughed when I saw that 130 other people want this give-away! Still, you have to be in it, to win it! Count me in please.

Leslie said...

I'm a librarian and love using my Ellison machine which works on the same principle but is used for paper projects. Rotary cutting is one of the things I really struggle with so I'd love to play with a Accuquilt!

Natys said...

Loved the idea of using the red as corners and the white as sashing, very useful

Looks like everybody have a GO!, mr random generator pleaaaase i want one pleaaaaaaaase

Thanks for the giveaway
natysvega@gmail.com

Doreen said...

Your blocks are lovely. Would love to win a GO!
doreen@fingerlakesedc.com

ferne said...

I love the idea of trimming blocks with the GO. That would be extremely helpful and accurate!

racergirl1313 said...

I'd love to win one of these! Cutting and trimming can be such a pain sometimes.

It looks like you've enjoyed using it! Thanks for the giveaway!

racergirl1313 AT hotmail DOT com

Linda said...

I would love to win a GO! - all the possibilities :) Linda P
lplayter@yahoo.com

Thecraftytrundler said...

Love your patchwork, and would love to win an appliquilt! Will place a link for you on my blog!

Sharon xx

Blanje Bleu said...

Please enter me - I'd love to win a GO!!!

Liz said...

Jane, I would love to join in the fun with a Go. Your blocks look lovely. I have lots of disapearing nine patch blocks to square up after a session with a guide group on Tuesday evening. We are making a quilt for a Hero. Liz X

Sharon said...

What an opportunity. This Go looks like it would make short work of a drunkards path or winding ways! Thanks for the chance

Anonymous said...

Ooh! I want to win!

Debbie

dsdonovan1 (at) netscape (dot) net

Julie in WA said...

WOW! What an ingenious way to use scraps! I LOVE this idea! Can you tell I am excited! And I would never have thought to use the Go cutter to trim those blocks. Please show us more of this quilt as you progress.

Lovie said...

Never thought of the D9P with strings and crumbs. I have used it for the Tumbler. Now I need more scraps and crumbs so I can make a "Scrap/Crumb D9P" Thanks for the ideal.

Melody said...

Wow! What a great opportunity. Thanks for the chance to win.

socksnmore said...

I'm happy to take a chance on winning a GO . Wonderful idea !!

thanks,
Corinna


happydaygirl69@yahoo.de

allison said...

This machine would make my quilting life so much easier! Count me in!
I love the crumb blocks as well!

Susan said...

Accuquilt has been very generous and I am happy to see you got one. I would love to get one too then I could join in all the fun. Anyways, it is nice to see how you use it and if it really does make cutting easier.

Anonymous said...

Hi. Love the blog - I'm new to the whole quilting blog thing, but am finding my way round. The Accuquilt looks fab - clever way of using the dies! Enjoy!
Caroline
carolinehemsley@btinternet.com

Jenni said...

I'd love one of these! Thanks for the chance:)

Jenni

ewenique said...

this is possibly the best giveaway i've seen this side of the Atlantic!

good luck one and all.

Tanya said...

Me! Me! Me! I might be the first person to own an Accuquilt in Japan! That looks like such a great little machine but I know a lot of us are afraid of the cost and buying one, not knowing how much use we would make of it. I'd sure like to put it to the test! Thanks for showing us.

Marcia said...

This is a wonderful giveaway. Your crumb block idea is the most innovative (and simplest) that I've seen on any of the GO! tutorials. Please enter me into your drawing.

Quilty Conscience said...

Oh My Dear! I've not read enough about the GO! apparently, as I didn't know you could trim down your blocks. Too handy! I've been excited about the Apple Core and Circle dies and now this. Wish me luck! Thank you! Toni gtsbackacres@molalla.net

Marit said...

I LOVE the way you used the Accuquilter to make your D9P, and how you turned that into sashing and cornerstones. Brilliant!
I would love to to win one of these neat inventions, thank you for the chance!

; )

Andrea said...

Hi Jane - some-one is going to be lucky - thanks for the chance. I have a ton of little tiny scraps and this is a very cool way of putting them togother xx

Anonymous said...

I love your blog Jane and have been reading it for over a year now. I've never been brave enough to leave a comment before but just couldn't resist this opportunity. Love what you're doing with your scraps using this amazing cutter.

Doe G.
bears-bee-wares@shaw.ca

Annie said...

I love this version of the crumb block. What a great idea!!! I can't wait to see what the whole quilt will look like.

Clare Wassermann said...

oh wow that looks like a fabulous gadget - count me in!!

Piece by Piece said...

I visit your blog on a regular basis such great ideas. Your quilt is a looking wonderful, I am going to use up my box of small pieces of fabric to make some crumb blocks. Thanks for the idea, and please count me in to win.
Patricia

Gretchen said...

Hope you are enjoying your GO! I would love to win one and have dreams of cutting up all my stash in a flash!

Mom2anutball said...

I would SOOO love one of these! Thanks for the great giveaway!

fineinsanity {at} live {dot} com

Annette said...

What a clever idea for using the GO. Love it!

Zlaty said...

I would love to win one! Please count me in your giveaway!


Happy sewing!

Kim said...

Awesome giveaway, I love the crumb blocks.

Lois said...

Hi. I plan to read tutorial. What a fun way to use scraps, my favorite type of quilt. I would love to enter to win Accuquilt. Thanks for opportunity. Lois joloro1961@gmail.com

Sue said...

I'd love to have a chance to try a GO, keeping my fingers crossed!

Anonymous said...

Pick me! I'd love to win!

Kaitlyn kaitlyn m donovan () gmail () com

Anina said...

How clever you are!
Me! Me! Me!
LOL

June said...

Thanks for a new idea to use some scraps. I will sertainly love to win the cutter!

Maureen said...

I've read a lot about these machines and would love to have a go.
Add my name to the draw please

Mearaid said...

How exciting, what a great giveaway!

Lori said...

Great giveaway! Thinking of all the circles I would finally "cut"...

Meisje said...

WOW is all I can say, it would simply be amazing if I won that prize, something so grand as have a fabulous and precise way of having everything even, who ever came up with this machine... thank you, and yes I would love to win this amazing machine!
Thank you for the chance!
Marilyn Oskam

tea and cake said...

OMG! I've only just found out what an accuquilt is!
Wow, and thank you for this chance of a lovely giveaway!

Sue-Anne said...

Hi Jane, I have made several disappearing 9 patches but I love how you have made yours with the sashing! And how handy that Go Cutter is for finishing off the blocks! Please count me in for the draw.

malggl said...

Thanks so much for the opportunity to win! I can think of sooooo many uses for this great tool!
Gail (malggl@comcast.net)

Debra said...

Crossing my fingers....

Itsmelealee@gmail.com

Kim said...

Looks like the coolest tool! Would love to win one!

Nancy Sue said...

Love your tutorial on crumb pieceing. Seems the disappearing nine patch has so many combos, I love the layout you chose. Thank you for hosting this giveaway AND posting a great tutorial. Everyone wins!
nsue21702 at gmail dot com

Nancy said...

wow...you are the first one to show that particular idea...GENIUS! To use the GO to trim blocks... Bravo!!

gill said...

love your blocks! I may have to try this myself!
Gill