Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Glorious Autumn Block Party... Candy Corn Block Tutorial and Giveaway

Hello Everyone,

Welcome to the tutorial for the Glorious Autumn Block party.  Michele at the Quilting Gallery asked me to design a block for this fabulous party and all I could think about was candy corns!! So that is the block I designed.  

Here are a few details that you need to know before we get started.  Head over to the Quilting Gallery, you will find a designer profile of little old me and some answers to some questions that you might find interesting to know about me!!  You will also find a quilter's Super Deal today.  Then this week there will be two more blocks from Vicki at The Quilting Lodge and Jovita's Patchwork Atelier.

And then don't forget to go to the Flickr group and see ALL the blocks from participants and designers.  Don't forget to post your candy corn block too!!  Oh yea... there is a GIVEAWAY at the end of this tutorial too.

You can print a PDF of this tutorial by clicking on the link just below this post, it is a green button that says "Print PDF".  Now let's get started!

Here is what you will need:


(6) ~ 1.5 X 12.5 inch strips.  I choose  two oranges, two yellows, and two creams.  They gently gradate from dark to lighter.


Then sew the top three together and the bottom three together.  Then sew the two sets together to form your candy corn strip set.


There are two ways to cut your candy corn.  If you have a 60 degree triangle ruler you can simply use this to cut your candy corn.


If not you can take a regular ruler and place the 60 degree line at the top edge of the cream.


and the edge of the ruler should intersect exactly with the corner of the bottom orange strip.
  

Now make your first cut on the left with your 60 degree ruler.


or with your regular ruler.


Then make your second cut on the right with your 60 degree ruler.


If you are using the regular ruler, reverse the ruler to the other side and then line up the 60 degree line with the cream strip.


and have the edge of the ruler intersecting the edge of the bottom orange strip.


Make your second cut.


Now you have your candy corn.  You can make one more from this strip set, but it will be a "reverse" candy corn.


Here is what you have.  Now for the background fabric.


You will need a fat quarter.


From the fat quarter:

Cut (2) ~ 3.5 X 13 5/8 inch strips
Cut (1) ~ 13 5/8 X 13 5/8 inch square


Lay your candy corn on the square and then..


Measure 2 7/8 inches in from each edge of the square, above shows the right side.


This shows the left side.


Now you will take your regular ruler and place the 60 degree line on the bottom edge of the gray square and 2 7/8 from the left edge.


Here is a closer look.


Or if you have the 60 triangle ruler you may use it by placing it exactly 2 7/8 inches in from both edges of the square, as shown above.


You will make your first cut with either ruler and it will go 6.5 inches up to the top of where the candy corn will be.


Here is a better photo.


Now make your second cut on the right.


Here it is with the regular ruler.


Once those cuts have been made you will measure 6.5 inches up from the bottom edge of the square and cut across the top edge of the ruler.


Do the same to the right side.


Here are the pieces that you will have.  You can discard the triangle.


Take the left side and lay it over the candy corn as such.  Leaving the corner of the left edge of the candy corn slightly exposed, about 1/4 inch.


Here is a close up.  Sew the background fabric to the candy corn and press towards the background.


Now take the right side and repeat.


Laying it on the candy corn with the bottom edge exposed about 1/4 inch.


Here is the close up.  Sew the right side of the background to the candy corn and press to background.


Here is what you have now.  This is where you will add the two 3.5 X 13 5/8 inch strips to the top and the bottom.  Sew them on...


Here is what you will have, press towards the background away from the candy corn.


Trim the edges down to 12.5 inches square.


Now you have a Candy Corn block, but don't stop there....


Layer it and quilt with a really pretty variegated thread.


Here is the backing fabric I used on mine.


Here is the quilting.  Now bind and then get creative!


I made two and then filled these jars with candy corns and pumpkins,  some candy corn hand sanitizer, and little pumpkin witch photo holders (found at Pier 1 imports) 


Wrap them up and then send them to your daughter and her roommate at college!  They loved them!!

Or you can make an entire candy corn quilt!! How fun would that be?  Or you can make little trick or treat bags from the blocks for the little ones in your life!  They would love it!! 

I hope you enjoyed the tutorial and I would love to see your blocks!  


Would you like to win these??? I am giving away 10 fat quarters of Gypsy Bandana fabric that I have leftover in the shop and would love for one of you to have them!!  

Here is what you need to do:

1) Leave a comment and tell me what you think about the candy corn block and what you plan to make with it. (one entry)
2)  Sign up for my e-newsletter, click here, then leave a comment letting me know you have signed up.(second entry)

That is it!! The giveaway will remain open for a week.  Good luck!!

**** Thank you to all who entered the giveaway and have enjoyed the tutorial! The giveaway is now closed and I will be announcing the winner soon. *****

Until Next Time...

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Helen said...

Lucky #1 comment!? I love this candy corn block and can picture it in a great rainbow quilt! Thanks for sharing!

Helen said...

Have just subscribed to the newsletter too! Thanks again :)

Mystica said...

I did not even know what candy corn was till I read your entire tutorial. I would certainly like to be counted in for the giveaway though. Halloween is not celebrated in our country but I do like reading about it anyway.

Pia said...

I would like to participate in your giveaway. I come from Denmark and Halloween is not a very big thing here.

Donna said...

The candy corn pattern will make pretty bunting for a Halloween party. Thanks for the pattern. Happy quilting.

Anita said...

What an adorable tutorial. That would make a great mug rug. My family love candy corn...though I do not. =)

Thanks for a chance to win.

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Donna said...

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jjthor said...

I love your block this week. I am going to make a set of four for the kitchen table. they will make perfect placemats for Halloween.
Thank you.!!

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MAUREEN said...

LOVE your block & I am going to make a small pillow out of it to send to my girlfriend. She once had a cat that ate an ENTIRE bag of candy corn! I am already signed up for your newsletter. Thanks for having such great give aways!!

Susan said...

Love that candy corn block! Fall is our favorite time of year and we have a huge gathering with our entire church over. I love to decorate but use decor like leaves, pumpkins, and this candy corn to decorate instead of witches, ghosts and such. This will fit right in as a candle mat on a small table I have. Thanks for the tutorial!

Susan said...

I follow you! Thanks for the chance to win!

Mara said...

I have to say that I like your idea, what a great way to display your Halloween candy.

Karen M said...

Thanks for sharing your candy corn block. I would make a set of placemats. How cute would that be?

Karen M said...

I already get your newsletter. Thanks for the chance to win fabric.

KatheG said...

Thank you for showing how to do the angle with a regular ruler. I fumble on that and you have made it appear easy. Now i just need to go do it. Thanks for the giveaway and sharing this.

Barbara said...

Too darned cute, Jackie. Thanks for the great photos in the tut which is coming off my printer as I key this.

beautiful fabric !

Barbara said...

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tisme said...

This is so cute! Halloween is my favorite holiday to decorate for. I do mug rug swaps, so will be making this up for that.

Mommarock said...

I think it is a cute block although it makes me want to go find some candy corn and eat it!! P.S. It is only 6:25 in the morning!! I would make a nice Halloween table runner with it, and put my candy dish right there in the middle. Fill that candy dish of course with Candy Corn!

Mommarock said...

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Laura said...

OOoooo! I love the placemat idea! That would be so cute!

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Deb G. in VA said...

I love the candy corn block and think it's perfect for placemats or a table runner!

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Marla Nelson said...

Candy corn is my husbands favorite Halloween candy. Very nice block. Placemats would be so cute. marlaruthnelson@gmail.com

Robin (RsIslandCrafts) said...

Very cute idea! I've made candy corn blocks before and they make cute table runners.

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Kathie said...

my DD is away at college too she would love this! I think I have to whip one up for her! love the candy corn hand sanitizer they never have enough of that stuff!
very fun package....

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Lucy @ Charm About You said...

Fabulous block! My sister loves candy corn so I'm sure she'd love a cute table runner!

Jean said...

This block is adorable...there is something so cute about candy corn! I think it would be cute to make several and make a runner. Thanks for the chance to win.

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notqnot said...

A gorgeous block! A place mat or coaster is perfect.
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beaquilter said...

what a cute candy corn block/ mini quilt. why did you not just slice the top of the black side to side first? well it looks great, I'm not into halloween, but this is cute!

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Linda said...

Candy Corn is my all time favorite Halloween candy. I stash a bag of the candy in my room so no one else eats it but me :) I love, love this tutorial. I want to make one of these as a little mug rug so I can enjoy my candy and a cup of tea in my favorite black mug! Oh what fun this will be!

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

Thanks Vicki...great tutorial. I may make this for my granddaughter for halloween....cute.

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Marilyn said...

Very clever and thanks for showing directions for both rulers. I think I will make a table runner.

Lisa Lisa said...

I love candy corn! My absolute favorite Halloween candy! And your candy corn block is so flippin' cool! I would LOVE to win that fabric! Thanks for the chance :)

Marilyn said...

And I signed up for your newsletter. thanks for the opportunity to win such beautiful fabric.

Lisa Lisa said...

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B Greene said...

I think I would make a cute table topper with this block - thanks for the inspiration!

B Greene said...

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Kasey said...

I've been making mini quilts so that I can have a rotating display on my sewing room wall. Thanks for the chance to win.

Lori said...

I think it would make great placemats.

Nancy said...

It's so cute - mug rugs would be cute

Nancy said...

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mascanlon said...

I would steal your idea and send it off to my Goddaughter who is also a freshman this year!

Josie McRazie said...

Wat cute! Thanks for sharing!

Josie McRazie said...

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Thimbleanna said...

What a fun gift Jackie -- I'll bet the girls were thrilled. Nothing like getting a package from home! Thanks for the tutorial!

marth225 said...

Great condy corn pattern - I think they would do great as a border

Lori said...

thank you for this wonderful tutorial. how cute your block is. I would make a table runner.

Stitched With Prayer said...

I love the Candy Corn block. I know I have some perfect fabric and I was going today to buy some new, seasonal place mats for my kitchen table...I only need three, so I'm thinking this idea would be wonderful for those. So instead of heading for the store, I'm heading down to my sewing room. Thanks for a great tutorial. Big Hugs...
*Thanks too for a chance in you super giveaway!

Stitched With Prayer said...

Hi again Jackie, I have been signed up for your newsletter for a long time. Big Hugs...

Terremt said...

I love Candy corn, so like this tutorial very much. I think I will make a little mat like yours to up
candy on for trick or treaters.

Terremt said...

second, I get your newletter via email. and on facebook. Thanks for the drawing.

Maria Kievit said...

Love the candy corn block tute! You make it look so easy... Thanks!

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

I would make a trick or treat bag with the candy corn block.

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Erin and Daniel Palmer said...

What a great tutorial, I would like to make a table runner for my entryway table and put the bowl of trick-or-treak candy on it with a few other holiday decorations. Thanks for the giveaway! eatkin85@yahoo.com

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Joelle said...

My daughter has a candy corn addiction. I think a small mat or table runner is in her future!!

VickiT said...

What a great looking block Jackie. Thank you for the wonderful tutorial.

I think this block would make an adorable little quilted baby bib.

VickiT said...

I am already a newsletter subscriber Jackie.

Thank you for the chance to win such great fabric and again for the tutorial.

Frances said...

Great tutorial. I can picture several candy corns in a row as a great table runner.

Debbie said...

I love this block, it's in my favorite colors! I think it would work great in a quilt border. Thanks, Jackie!

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giddy99 said...

That candy corn tutorial is AWESOME! I think even a beginner such as myself could do that. :) I

Rachel Booth said...

I love this candy corn pattern! It'd look so fun and festive as a table runner... :)

Thanks for the giveaway!

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giddy99 said...

I'm already subscribed to the newsletter! Thanks for the chance.

Lea Hunter said...

I love the candy corn block and am going to put one on a treat bag that I'm making for a friend's child for Halloween!

Lea Hunter said...

I am subscribed to your newsletter! Thank you for great tutorials!

Army Wife Quilter said...

that is very cute can corn looks easy too.

Grandmasewnsew said...

Cute candy corns! I'm going to make 4 placemats for a round table with them as the center. I love you variegated stitches!

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Christi said...

I have a friend who love candy corn...I think that i will make the block a little smaller, quilt it and then frame it for her. I want her to be able to set it on her desk to make her smile!!

Christi said...

I am a long time subscriber and loving it!!

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stampmeup said...

I think the candy corn blocks would make a cute mug rug! Thanks for the chance to win the fabric.

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Allison C said...

I love Halloween, but haven't made anything besides costumes. I think the candy corn blocks would make cute pot holders or smaller versions would make fun coasters.

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Catskill Quilter said...

What a cute block! I love the gradation of colors - looks wonderful, and the instructions are very clear!

cllcraft said...

Loved the tutorial. I was thinking of the possibilities of this block as I was reading down the blog. I'm really in a Fall mood now!

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Kathie said...

Wow! That is one cute candy corn :-). I think I'd make mugrugs out of them.

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Jan said...

I think this block would be a great table runner. Perfect for October.

WoolenSails said...

Love the tutorial. I was thinking of making candy corn bowl fills and your method makes it easy to figure out and then make two to sew together and stuff them.

Debbie

Teresa in Music City said...

What a CUTE little candy corn block!!! I just have to try it! It will go on my breakfast table and make me smile every morning when I sit down with my first cuppa tea!

ritainalaska said...

i'd make a candle mat with your block. would be nice with an orange candle on my end table. thanx for the tute!

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Rebeckah Austin said...

I get the newsletter.

Rebeckah Austin said...

Um I love the tut! I am already pinning it!

Wendy said...

I think your candy corn block is really sweet, but we don't have candy corn over here, I don't really know what it is!!

Barb said...

What a wonderful tutorial! Truly would make some great mug rugs and placemats.

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Lou said...

I would love to get some placemats made up:)

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carla (http://dancingmoon-carla.blogspot.com/) said...

Hi!!! Very cute block and thanks for the tutorial!! I would love it for a table runner!!!! Too cute!!!!

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Hi!!! I have been following but signed up for the newsletter!!! Thanks for the fun!!!!!

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Linda said...

SUCH NEAT FABRICS! I'D MAKE A BRIGHT NEW QUILT FOR SURE! THANKS!

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Karen said...

These would be cute in a table runner.

Karen said...

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Cassandra said...

How fun!! I want to make one for my dad as he is obsessed with candy corn. :)

Thanks for the chance to win!
~Cassandra

Jane S. said...

Candy corn is my mother's favorite candy, so I will be using the candy corn pattern to make a table topper for her. I think I'll put the corns all around in a circle, like a spider web. It'll be cute!

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Judy MacLeod said...

Cute block! I'm going to make trick or treat bags for my four grandsons out of this block! Then I'll start off their tricking or treating with bags of candy corn in the candy corn bag! They'll love them.

barbara woods said...

real cute block thanks for the giveaway

Melissa said...

These are SO cute. Entering the giveaway too!

I would love it if you'd link this up to The Pinspiration Project!
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Pam said...

Hiya Jackie! Love the candy corn block. I would probably make a table runner and place mats with them. Thank you for sharing and having the giveaway. Blessed be, hugs!!!

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Anna said...

We don't have candy corn in NZ, and I have never known what it is until now - I thought it was similar to caramel popcorn!!!
I like the process for the blocks though - would make a set in rainbow colors for placemats!

Pam said...

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Anna said...

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gretam said...

I think this would make great halloween/fall placemats! :) So cute! Thanks for sharing!

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LeAnne said...

Would make a great mug rug for my sister who loves candy corn.

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springharbornelson said...

Placemats would be so festive!

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BillieBee (billiemick) said...

I think a mug rug or small wall hanging.

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Kristy said...

This is so nice! I think it would make a beautiful throw pillow too. Pinned it to my "Hoiday" board. :) Thanks for the giveaway too.

Bonnie58 said...

Gorgeous blocks. Thnaks for sharing and for the oportunity on the draw.
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Kristy said...

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Lisas Mom said...

I would make a little candy corn topper for my mom's end table, which has a carnival glass container filled full of candy corn during the fall.

gammysoap@msn.com said...

Very clever - LOVE Halloween decorations. I think I will leave the top row off; will make a table runner thanks for the chance to win the fabric and sharing your pattern

JoyceLM said...

Love the tutorial. The block has lots of possibilities. I'd make a bunch with scrap strips in lots of colors, & put the blocks together, turning them this way & that. Would make a great quilt. Thanks.

JoyceLM said...

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tubakk said...

Halloween isn't really a big thing here in Norway, but I still think your block is fantastic. I would love to make a runner, or even a big quilt out of it. Thanks for the giveaway! tubakk@online.no

WYO Di said...

I'll be making a candy corn block form my high school girl friend (that was like 37 yrs ago!) who 1) loves candy corn (I'm the total opposite) and 2) is homebound due to a dabilitating disease! (I on the otherhand travel for work, have two grandbabies and 1 on the way, quilt, garden, can, walk, hike, camp, go go go) She'll lol when she opens it!! THANK YOU

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Lisas Mom said...

I subscribed to your blog. Luv that Gypsy Bandana fabric! :)

Hany Von Gillern said...

What a gorgeous collection! I would love to try the turorial if I win and thank you for sharing it.

pkrueger said...

The candy corn placemats are just too cute! Would love this fabric to make a quilt for my grandson.
Thanks for the chance.

Teresa F. said...

Wonderful tutorial. The place mats look great. I'd be so happy if i won.

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Stray Stitches (Linda G) said...

The candy corn block is adorable. It would look perfect in my entry. Thanks for the opportunity to enter your wonderful giveaway!

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Pat said...

I love this block & will probably make placemats for my young grandkids. BTW, I have a 60 degee ruler and think it's just one of those specialty rulers that everyone needs. I'm already a subscriber!

Suzie H said...

I L-O-V-E this candy corn block! I would probably make a cute table runner or place mats.

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Fibercrafter said...

Definitely a tablerunner with the candy corn. Or a border on a spider web quilt! Thanks for the chance.

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Eileen said...

they'd make a really darling table runner, but like them as a mug rug, too. thanks for opportunity and have a great day

Marjorie Nath said...

Such a cute candy corn block. I would make a wall hanging, to celebrate the holiday & my favorite Halloween win.candy. Thank you for the chance to

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Patty said...

They would make really cute gifties for my guild.

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Sherry said...

I would love to make this block and use it to make a pillow for my bench in our entry.

Sherry said...

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Carrie P. said...

that block is so cute. I would make table toppers too. great tutorial.

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Nati said...

I think it would make a lovely quilt, very colourful, having all the triangles pointing different ways! Thanks for the chance to win

Gwen said...

I love your candy corn block! I've seen others make candy corn blocks, but they typically only use 3 fabrics-- white, yellow and orange-- and yours, with 6 strips looks so much better-- I LOVE it!! Makes my mouth water, because I so love candy corn! We've already eaten one bag at our house this year.. and definitely will buy some more to celebrate Halloween! ;-) Thanks for the chance to win the amazing prize!

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Lee said...

I would make a quilt for my daughter who loves candy corn! thank you for the tutorial!

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kfr14819 said...

I love the Corn Candy mats. They would be fun for placemats for the grandkids!

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Nancy: rangerer@sbcglobal.net said...

I think your design would make darling placemats!

stephmabry said...

A wallhanging made of nine of these blocks, alternating these candy corns and maybe the "harvest" ones (the brown ones?) would be cute!

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charlotte said...

I would like to make a quilt of them, but I need to think of exactly how I would put it together. They are very cute.

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

What a cute block!! I think this would make a great table runner. Putting one block on each end. Great for Harvest time of year.

Kathleen said...

great tut...I think I would like to make a table runner with about 4-5 candy corn blocks....

Kathleen said...

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Kelli said...

I think it would make a sweet wall hanging or place mats. Cute block! Thanks for the chance to win. :)

Kelli said...

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Tamie said...

Cute block. I think it would make a great trick or treat bag.

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Ellen in Oregon said...

I think I would use the block as part of a Halloween wall hanging. Thanks for the great tutorial - very helpful & clear directions.

Judy1522 said...

I love your candy corn block! I would use it to make a table runner.

Ellen in Oregon said...

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Farm Quilter said...

Oh, I am going to make a trick-or-treat bag for my granddaughter with your candy corn block!! And then I think I'll make some more and make a reversible quilt that uses both sides of the cut triangles!!! Thank you for the opportunity to win.

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Connie said...

I am a new follower!

Connie said...

I would make a cute mug rug. I am crazy about mug rugs and I don't even drink coffee. Lol

Mary W Quilts said...

I love candy corn. If I buy a bag I end up eating the whole bag! It would be better for my diet if I make some candy corn napkins. They would be a good addition to my fall decorations. Thanks, Mary

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Catherine Wilson said...

Hi, I'd use the pattern to create a trick or treat bag for my niece/nephew.

Catherine
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Rosa said...

Love your gorgeous block.I´d use it to make a runner.

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Kelly Kroon said...

Love it. They could be used as a Halloween banner. I like the gradation of colors.

ELNM said...

This would be great for a fall table runner! Thanks for the great idea and a wonderful giveaway!
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SpottsCrafts said...

WOW! thank you so much for the wonderful pattern! My eldest son is returning to Malaysia after Christmas and these fabrics would be wonderful to help remind him of home.

Kim said...

Candy corn---YUM!!!!!! My favorite candy--I am thinking about making a table runner with the pattern.

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Salley said...

Hi Jackie . . I have been receiving your newsletter for awhile now and your updates are always smile-worthy!

Salley said...

The tute for the candy corn was so precise..thankyou for the great photos. I would make the placemats with Blue red green yellow orange purple "candy corn" to teach colours to my grandson!

sandyb said...

I love your candy corn blocks. I would make the placemat for my grandson's special place at the table for his birthday which is October 29th and a table centerpiece for my table.

Love the Gypsy Bandana fabric.

thank you

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Sewing In CT said...

I like the candy corn and would like to make a candy corn shaped pillow!

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