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Quilt-Along Block 28: Christmas Candy

Celebrate Christmas Quilt-Along and Super Deals for Quilters

It’s week 10 of our Celebrate Christmas Quilt-Along. I hope you are enjoying our quilt-along as much as I am. Be sure to check out the Flickr group to see the super cute blocks that have been made so far.

Block 28, Christmas Candy, has been designed by Scott Hansen. The Fat Quarter Shop also has a fabulous 50% off Super Deal for you to enjoy too.


Super Deal from the Fat Quarter Shop

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Most of all, we pride ourselves in our top-notch customer service, with friendly, knowledgeable representatives and speedy same-day shipping. Our user-friendly web site makes it easy to find the collection, designer and even the theme you are seeking. Fat Quarter Shop has all you need for your next project, so start shopping with us today!

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Featured Designer: Scott Hansen

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What is your quilting style?

My style? I have struggled with defining this for many years. I like Modern colors and simplicity, and I love traditional quilt concepts as well. I have settled on “Urban Folk — Modern Design, Timeless” style as a the Tagline for Blue Nickel Studios. I think everything I do fits under that banner pretty well. Here is my latest quilt behind Ty Pennington in this article.

Scott-quilt-Ty-Pennington

How did you get started quilting and/or designing?

I made my first quilt in the late 1970’s. Americana was “big” then, and I was into anything that I thought was “antique” I made my own quilt based on a crazy quilt I had seen somewhere…my quilt had fabrics from the clothes and things that my mom had sewn for us. It also has silver lame from a dress of my grandma’s and leftover lime green fake fur from a grade school project. Fast forward to early 1990’s where I decided I would like to make some things for my new wife and our families, so I bought my own sewing machine. Somewhere along the way we stopped a quilt show, and it has just grown from there…in the last few years exponentially!!

Do you have a favourite quilt?

Hard to pick a favorite, but if I did have to pick one, it would be this one. the applique blocks were made for me by the first guild I was in. Some are from a book out of print by now I’m sure…and I can’t find it to give you the title. Some people made up to go with Cottage theme that I wanted. I designed it’s layout, and then a friend hand quilted it. I think the fact that so many friends helped make it, that it contains so much applique (which I Never have the patience for), and that it is hand-quilted (the only hand-quilted one I own) are the main reasons that make it my favorite.

cottage quilt

Quick and fun questions:

  • Favourite colour: Red and everything else as well….
  • What part of the quilting process do you like the most? Watching a design go from paper to cloth and totally work AND I love finishing up the binding…I know I am almost done now!!
  • What part of the quilting process do you dislike the most? The actual quilting part.
  • Chocolate, vanilla, strawberry, or: Cake-Chocolate, Ice Cream-vanilla, Strawberries-Real over said ice cream….everything else…butterscotch
  • Favourite super hero or comic book character: Flash, cause he’s fast and humorous!
  • Most exciting place you’ve travelled: Disneyland, and I can’t wait to go again……. Oh, and Every Quilt Market I have ever been too…LOVE MARKET!!!
  • Favourite quote or mantra: “The greatest pleasure in life is doing what people say you cannot do.” Walter Bagehot via Mary Engelbreit

Block 28 – Scott’s Christmas Candy

Here’s Scott’s Christmas Candy block. It’s a great block for using up scrappy strips. Head over to Scott’s blog to download the tutorial.

Christmas candy


Share Your Photos

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Upload your completed blocks to our Flickr group for a chance to win some adorable buttons from Button Mad – Incomparable Buttons. One winner for each of our quilt-along blocks will be randomly chosen. You have two weeks to complete Scott’s Christmas Candy block to be eligible to win.


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Posted: November 15th, 2011

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