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Block Stock is almost here!!

Thursday, January 28th, 2016

Have ya heard about Block Stock yet? It’s gonna be all the rage pretty soon…

HopStopShopWin

The premise is simple. Make a purchase at any participating retailer and get free instructions for a 12″ finished quilt block. You also get entered for a chance at their prize valued at least $75.00. Each retailer chooses their own block according to the current theme. This year the theme is “Let me introduce you…” We were supposed to create a 12″ finished block introducing ourselves to the quilting world. Here’s my block…

yankee moose

I started with the Yankee Puzzle block and gave it a Purple Moose twist using the colors of our logo. Since we are smack dab in the center of New England, I’m calling it Yankee Moose. Since all the retailers are making 12″ blocks you can mix and match them for sampler quilts or use just one repeated for a quilt.

 

For our prize I put together a very useful tool caddy filled with gadgets & gizmos or $75.00 off one of our retreats in 2016 or 2017, winner’s choice!

blockstock prize

Who: Block Stock is open to quilt shops (online and brick & mortar), designers and other quilting professionals…make a purchase from any/all of us for free blocks. Register with any/all of us for prizes.

When: February 1 to April 30, 2016

Where: All across the U.S. and Canada

Why: Free block instructions with purchase and/or a chance at each participant’s prize valued at least $75.00. No purchase is necessary for a chance at the prizes. You simply download a form from the Block Stock prize page (after 2/1), fill it out and hand it or mail it to any participating retailer and you’re in. You may enter at as many retailers as you like.

What Now?: Go to the Block Stock website to check out all the retailers, the blocks and the prizes. Starting February 1st you can get block instructions and enter the drawings. Then tell all your quilty friends so they can join in on the fun too. Once the campaign gets started then you can send in photos of the blocks and/or quilts you make using the blocks. Nothing wrong with a little eye candy to get your creative juices flowing!

 

Happy Blocking!