Quilt Block Giveaway: Vintage Hand Applique Morning Glories – New Quilters

Quilt Block Giveaway: Vintage Hand Applique Morning Glories

The great sewing room cleanup giveaway continues…

This week, we’re giving away this one-of-a-kind set of twenty hand-appliqued Morning Glory blocks. These blocks came to us from a quilting friend who is moving and doesn’t have enough room for all her goodies in her new sewing room.

These vintage beauties are all identical, 12″-square blocks with morning glories stitched onto a muslin background. I won’t guess exactly how old they are, but they have some raw edges that need trimming and some have small stains that add to their vintage charm. But hey, they’re free!

One lucky blog subscriber will get these beautifully hand-stitched blocks. Will you be the winner?

How to Enter the Giveaway

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The winner will be chosen at random from all the entries received on Friday, August 3.

Good luck!

 

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Christine Mann is one of the founders of the New Quilters blog. She likes to make quilts for family and friends. She shares her quilting room with her bad dog, Marcus.

  • Barbara Barnes says:

    They are beautiful.

  • Janice says:

    Would love these. I collect the depression era patterns and fabric

  • Gail Davis says:

    The first quilt my grandmother used to teach me quilting was an applique of a white dove on a cornflower blue background. That was back in 1969-70. It was gorgeous and I’ve had a love of quilting ever since.

  • Bette Comune says:

    Bette
    I love to applique and made myself a appliqued quilt about 10 years ago. I love the morning glory flowers pattern. I would like the pattern so I could make one myself. The instructions for the half square triangles is great . So easy.

  • Joy says:

    Such happy flowers! They brought a smile to me. They would be a tangible reminder of precious memories of my childhood.

  • Sandra says:

    Iv e not tried this before.but I would love too have the opportunity too. I love hand made quilts which is why I joined quilters, to learn.These are just lovely blocks of morning Glories. I would love to own them, and pass to my daughter and my Grand Daughter. Thank you

  • Valerie says:

    Wow, it would be fun to make a quilt around these blocks!

  • Jeanne Brown says:

    Love the morning glorie blocks . have not seen them before .

  • Janet E says:

    Love morning glories, but unfortunately so do the local deer. Would love to make a quilt with these gorgeous blocks. Thanks for a great giveaway!!!!!!

  • Thadine Wormly says:

    Good morning, morning glories are beautiful flowers that give such vibrant colors to any landscape. I reside in a public housing development and we are allowed to have gardens. Fortunately our community center that provides a senior program have active seniors that plant & nurture a flower garden with morning glories. This garden maintenance gives purpose to the seniors that attend, and we even witness common doves walking around in the garden. It would be a pleasure to receive the morning glory quilt blocks, since I’ve been quilting at that same community center for 20 years.

  • Thadine Wormly says:

    Good morning, morning glories are beautiful flowers that give such vibrant colors to any landscape. I reside in a public housing development and we are allowed to have gardens. Fortunately our community center that provides a senior program have active seniors that plant & nurture a flower garden with morning glories. This garden maintenance gives purpose to the seniors that attend, and we even witness common doves walking around in the garden. It would be a pleasure to receive the morning glory quilt blocks, since I’ve been quilting at that same community center for 20 years.

  • Lynda Veazie says:

    love to learn to make these. They are beautiful.

  • Ginny Welch says:

    Love, love, love morning glories and these are beauties!

  • Toni Reddick says:

    They are gorgeous! My favorite flower…I am new and haven’t tried this technique yet.

  • Carol says:

    Newbie. Would love to try

  • Lynne Kohn says:

    Beautiful floral quilting idea! I love the simplicity of the Morning glory design

  • Marie says:

    Would be lovely to use as a centre block

  • Linda says:

    Beautiful morning glories. Thank you for a chance to win.

  • Ardene Toney says:

    I love this morning glory applique, what fun it would be to put it together.

  • Judi Casias says:

    Morning Glories are a favorite of mine

  • Rebeca L. says:

    I love the squares. They would make wonderful old fashion quilt.

  • Karen Anderson says:

    Love this pattern! Thanks!

  • Peggy Nugent says:

    Love the quilt block.
    This is my first time to enter
    I am a new quilter too.

  • Kara Krywyj says:

    Those flowers are beautiful and the stain will give a quilt the vintage look. Would love to have.

  • Mischell Smith says:

    I am glad that I found your blog so l have another group to follow.I am just learning to get around different types of sites so it may take me awhile to get places have patience with me.

  • Victoria says:

    I love things that are vintage. An easier time in life.

  • Jann Adams says:

    Love this morning glory pattern! Will make a lovely quilt for my sister.

  • Angela says:

    Omgosh!! Those are seww cute!! Ive never worked with applique before.. I hope I win!! Thanks for the chance!!

  • Roxann Phillips says:

    I love vintage quilt blocks, especially appliqued.

  • Jean Thompson says:

    This would make a fun project to do out on our pier. Morning Glories are such sweet flowers.

  • Mary Ryan says:

    I have had some health issues recently and have not done any quilting because of this. But I am ready to get back into it, and these blocks would be a great head start for me to begin a new quilt.

  • Rita Calloway says:

    Love morning glories! These are nice blocks, full of someones time and talent, would love to have them.

  • Carolyn Barrera says:

    Love Morning Glories. Used see see them on my morning walks.

  • Gretchen Aman says:

    These blocks are beautiful! I would love them in a throw. The colors are beautiful and bold!

  • Brenda L. Pedersen says:

    Vintage Morning Glory blocks.. wow! I could make an adorable quilt with that!

  • Rosemary says:

    Beautiful block that probably can be added to with embroidery or more appliqué.

  • Susan says:

    These are just beautiful. I can see them sewn into a quilt. I love “old” things and sure hope I am selected to receive these!

  • Vicky Portwood says:

    These blocks are beautiful! Would use them for a baby quilt

  • Glenda Huff says:

    Beautiful block.

  • Theresa Benedetti says:

    The blue is gorgeous! I just love the idea of having all those morning glories in a quilt…sure hope I win!

  • Sharon Laramie says:

    Lovely Morning Glory blocks. I would love to put this together in a quilt. Please let me win!! Pull my name!!

  • Judith Ellis says:

    I am a new quilter. (My “new craft therapy” :)) started Oct. 2017, while my husband was seriously ill. In the past, I have enjoyed petite- point and crochet. I am in LOVE with quilting and am so eager to learn everything I can. So many quilts to make and so little time. A dear friend just learned she has colon cancer, with surgery in Aug. 2018, A morning glories quilt would make a beautiful gift for her.

  • Lynn McDonald says:

    The morning glories are just like the ones currently growing on my fence bordering one of my antique rose, rose bed.

  • Ruth Vogt says:

    I would love to win. Blue would be great color in our bedroom. Thanks

  • Barbara Wagstaff says:

    First time seeing this blog. Looks like something I could get to like

  • Terri says:

    Those are really pretty…I’m a new beginning quilter.

  • Dorothy Ulriksen says:

    If I were fortunate enough to win, I would make a quilt for my daughter who had the most beautiful Morning Glories growing all the way up the wall of their little garden shed for years. Such a good memory .

  • Betty M. Buck says:

    It would be a perfect wall hanging in my guest bedroom to go with the morning glory and hummingbird.

  • Myra Salto says:

    Morning Glories are everywhere this time of year and I so love trying to catch them while they are say good morning.

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