Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Block Tutorial: Patchwork Heart


Welcome to my stop on the Spread the Love Blog Hop hosted by Ellison Lane Quilts. Today I'll be sharing a patchwork heart block tutorial inspired by this quilt from Blue Elephant Stitches. Finishing at 18" x 18", this block is scrap fabric friendly! Be sure to enter in the giveaway too -- details at the end of the tutorial.

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Patchwork Heart Block
Finished size: 18" x 18"

Fabric Requirements//
Assorted pink scraps, measuring at least 2 1/2" square
1 Fat Quarter of solid white fabric

Cutting//
From the assorted pink scraps cut 50 squares, 2 1/2" x 2 1/2"
From the white fabric cut 31 squares, 2 1/2" x 2 1/2"


Assembling The Block//

PixelHeartBlock1

1. Layout your block, using the diagram above as a guide.

PatchworkHeartA
(A)
PatchworkHeartB
(B)

2. Using a 1/4" seam allowance sew the block, first into rows (A). Press seams open. Next sew the rows together (B). Press seams open. 

Unfinished block should measure 18 1/2" x 18 1/2".

If I you make a block using this tutorial feel free to share it in the Canoe Ridge Creations flickr group. I love seeing your creations! You can finish your block anyway you like -- make a pillow, mini quilt, or make more blocks & make yourself a lovely Valentine's Day Quilt.

Hop on over to LR Stitched for another Valentine's tutorial. Lindsey's sharing an adorable fabric chain bunting (totally need to make one of those!).

Be sure to check out the entire Spread the Love blog hop, here's the line-up: 

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Blog: Canoe Ridge Creations - Giveaway: Knotted Threads Fabric Shop << you are here! :) 

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Blog: Owen's Olivia - Giveaway: During Quiet Time  

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Blog: Sew Crafty Jess - Giveaway: Hot Pink Stitches

Ready for the giveaway?!

Knotted Threads Fabric Shop is giving away a $25 gift certificate! Knotted Threads is an adorable little Etsy shop that carries fresh modern fabrics. Including Free Spirit, Moda, and Riley Blake. Go check them out!


To enter, leave a comment telling me what your favorite Valentine's candy is (mine's cinnamon hearts!). Giveaway will be open until February 2nd, 2013. Please make sure you have leave an e-mail address too! (i.e. megan at canoeridgecreations dot com)



GIVEAWAY CLOSED: The winner is #106 -- Chelsie C. Thank you to everyone who entered!


Good luck, 
xo, Megan

236 comments:

  1. My favorite Valentine candy? Chocolate hearts!!

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  2. Snickers hearts...drooling now:) beckymac1 at hotmail dot com

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  3. I used to love those red heart ju-ju/gummy like candies (don't remember brand), but now I love the starburst red only jellybeans.

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  4. What a great project! Thank you!
    I like Love Hearts!

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  5. Cute tutorial! Thanks! My favorite Valentine candies are Conversation Hearts. They taste aweful but bring back wonderful childhood memories! :)
    Twins-squared (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  6. I like the butterfinger hearts:)
    Jjjcwebb at hotmail dot com

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  7. Anything chocolate! Love the heart boxes full of chocolate candies.

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  8. I am always happy with mini M&Ms. It doesn't have to be in valentine colors. :-)

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  9. It just has to be a chocolate rose for Valentine's Day. I just fell in love with your heart tutorial and will now have to make this - for me. Thank you for giving all of your followers such a wonderful opportunity to win this giveaway.

    Sandi Timmons
    sandit1@sbcglobal.net

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  10. Beautiful heart! I love the cinnamon hearts too. But can't forget about the conversation hearts.

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  11. My favorite Valentine candy is Cadbury eggs! Yum!

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  12. Thanks so much for being a part of the hop Megan! Love your scrappy heart block! Hope the move is going smoothly. :)

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  13. Ohhhh... Valentines candy. Anything dark chocolate, especially with caramel. And the Sweet Tart (NOT the classic kind from way back) conversation hearts. I don't know what it is but they have a slightly different texture than the year round candy. Thanks for the cute block!

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  14. My favorite is chocolate, the darker the better. Thanks for sharing the block pattern!

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  15. I like cinnamon hearts, but the gummy kind. But most of the time the ones I see in the store are cherry. To me the cherry ones aren't worth the calories.

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  16. This is adorable! My favorite V-day candy would have to be Reese Hearts...they're my favorite special shaped Reese all year :)

    Thanks for the chance to win!

    prajaline(at)gmail(dot)com

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  17. I love SweetTart Hearts and Reese Cup hearts. Sugar and chocolate - breakfast of champions :-) Thanks for sharing your wonderful project and for the chance to win!

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  18. Swedish Fish, dark chocolate, Pretzel M&M's...oh wait , you said one.
    Very cute project!

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  19. I love good quality milk chocolate for a Valentine's treat!!!

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  20. Definitely cinnamon hearts too. My husband hates them, though, and refuses to kiss me after I've had some :)

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  21. Anything cinnamon is great by me! Preferably if it is gummy - like those cinnamon lips. :) Thanks for the tutorial!

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  22. Cute heart block - thanks for the tute. My favorite V Day candy is Dove chocolates shaped like hearts - sooo creamy. Thanks for the great giveaway too.

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  23. hmm. can i just say "chocolate?" that's always my answer!!

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  24. Well chocolates of course. Coconut filled is my fave!
    Aparrish1113@yahoo.com

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  25. That is a very cute block and great way to use up my loads of pink and red scraps!

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  26. My favorite is conversational hearts, those tiny hearts with the messages on them!

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  27. This would make a perfect valentine's wall hanging! My favorite V-day candy is anything milk chocolatey

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  28. Beautiful, I want to make this. My favorite candy is sweet tarts!

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  29. I'm a beginner and I think I can do this!! So excited. Gonna stop at the Quilt shop on my lunch hour if I can squeeze it in!! I love anything chocolate and carmel. :) Snickers are amazing in my opinion!

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  30. Thanks so much for sharing the tutorial. My favorite valentine's candy is the original conversation hearts. I can't eat just one.

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  31. HI! LOVE CINNAMON HEARTS!
    LOVE YOUR HEART BLOCK TOO.
    THANKS FOR SHARING A SWELL GIVEAWAY!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  32. I love the pink, white, and red M&M's. Your tutorial is great and I love the idea of making a pillow. Our house is fairly small so I need simple ways to decorate for holidays and a pillow on the couch or a chair is perfect.

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  33. I love all pixelated blocks! Thanks for the tutorial. My fav Valentine candy has always been, and will remain, dark chocolate. Unadulterated, good quality dark chocolate!

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  34. I love the dark choclate M&M's

    thanks for the chance

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  35. I love Valentine's peppermint patties! Thanks for the chance to win! :)

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  36. My favorite Valentine candy is the conversation hearts. I just love those little things! Thanks for the tutorial. I love your heart block.

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  37. Just bought a bag of new Reese's PB Hearts. My new favorite Valentine candy!
    rmk815(at)gmail(dot)com

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  38. What a cute Valentine heart! I love charm packs and have a lot of pinks/reds so this one might be a "have to make" for me. :)

    Conversation hearts, all the way! I think it's probably for sentimental reasons more than for their flavor. lol

    janers41(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  39. I would have to say Chocolate hearts. The pure milk chocolate ones that are solid yummy! :)

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  40. Love your Heart block!! (MUST make! lol) Thanks for the Tuorial too! :)

    My favorite Valentine candy .. Hmmm... Has to be the Dove Chocalate Bliss Hearts (this year anyhow...lol)

    Thanks too, for chance to win your drawing! :)

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  41. My favorite Valentine Candy is chocolate!

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  42. I love this block! I love chocolate covered strawberries!
    missysaprons@gmail.com

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  43. Love your heart block! What a great idea to make it mini :) My favorite Valentine candy is a hand selected box of chocolates from See's with lots of caramels, scotchmallow kisses and crunchy toffee!

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  44. I love your block, and my Valentine Candy are those sweet hearts with a message on it.

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  45. Love the heart block!
    I love the special colors of M & M's.
    It is so fun that they make them this time of year :)

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  46. This is a really nice tutorial, thanks!
    If I could choose, I would take see's candies. Not a real valentines treat, but the best choclat ever :-)

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  47. Cinnamon hearts would be my pick as well. They're tasty and they look so pretty.

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  48. Oh yes, love the cinnamon hearts too. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  49. I love the cherry jelly hearts. Thanks for a great giveaway.

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  50. I love the Reese's peanut butter hearts. Thank you!

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  51. Valentine's or any other day, gotta be dark chocolate a caramel center! Love the patchwork heart block, thanks so much for the tutorial!

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  52. definitley cinnamon candies. years ago made a spiced hot tea with them. YUMMY. Hmmm will have to look up the reciepe and make it this year. thanks for the tutorial. i love your block. thanks for the give a way.

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  53. Well, chocolate of course-any kind! Very cute heart block:)

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  54. Finally a tutorial for this!!! thank you sooooooo much! Chocolate.

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  55. Cute tutorial! I love pink, red & white M&Ms!

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  56. Thanks for the tutorial!!! I love making heart shaped sugar cookies with my son :)
    kelseykurucz at yahoo dot ca

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  57. Great tutorial, I love dark chocolate

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  58. My favorite candy for every holiday is chocolate, dark preferred :)
    I'm going to go through my scraps now and find some pinks to make this pillow for my daughter. Thank you!

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  60. My favorite Valentine's candy is the conversation hearts. They taste awful, but I always loved to see what message I would get! (emstromme at gmail dot com)

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  61. Oh I love cinnamon hearts. I have never seen them in the UK. Now I will be craving them. Guess meanwhile my favourite candy will have to be Lovehearts.

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  62. This is so darling! I love See's candy for Valentine's Day if I can get it -- otherwise I'm happy with a Reese's Heart.

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  63. hershey's kisses of course! or godiva anything :)

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  64. My favorite candy (for any occasion) are Tootsie Rolls....yummy!!!! Thanks for the sweet giveaway :)

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  65. Chocolate Hershey kisses. I could eat a million of them. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  66. i like cinnamon gummy bears! yum!

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  67. I'm like you - cinnamon hearts all the way :-)

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  68. I love heart peeps my fav. Jpecraig@yahoo.com

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  69. I have 2 favorite candies - Reese's peanut butter cups, and any dark chocolate! I'm easy to please!

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  70. My favorite all time candy is Hot Tamales, hot like your hearts, yummy.
    grecomara at gmail dot com

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  71. I just love Hershey Kisses- can eat it anytime any where :) Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  72. I love Hershey kisses :) Thanks for the chance to win! mom2ryandsis at yahoo dot com

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  73. Cute idea! I love anything that's chocolate:)

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  74. My favorite valentines day candy is the Dove chocolates... dark chocolate!!

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  75. chocolate chocolate chocolate!

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  76. This is a fun heart! Favorite candy = chocolate, of course. Dark chocolate with a hint of raspberry...mmmm

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  77. Thanks for the heart block tutorial. My favorite candy is Necco Conversation Hearts - only that brand & they're getting harder to find. Thanks for the chance to win. jleekamitchell(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  78. I love those convo hearts! They are the cutest!!!!! I love this block! I'm seeing a really cute pillow in my near future! ;)

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  79. It has to be something with dark chocolate- I'm pretty flexible as long as it includes.... dark chocolate.

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  80. My favorite candy is the old fashioned conversation hearts not the new ones.

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  81. What a cute block! Thanks for sharing the tutorial :) My favorite Valentine's candy is dark chocolate and cinnamon hearts.

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  82. I love making heart shaped chocolate chip cookies for Valentine's Day but if I had to choose a candy, I'd say a Reese's heart. Love the tute - it's so sweet!

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  83. What a neat block, thanks for sharing! My favorite is heart gummies!

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  84. Valentine's candy- Is there anything besides chocolate??? Seriously!!

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  85. Great block! Milk chocolate with nuts and caramel!

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  86. Love the patchwork hearts block!
    My favourite Valentine's candy is cinnamon hearts.

    pippirose59 at gmail dot com

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  87. Lovely heart, I shall find time to make this one! My favorite Valentine treat is Turkish delight, althou good old plain chocolate is way up the top of the list too.

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  88. My favorite treat is the sweetart hearts!

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  89. Anything chocolate is my favorite! mzlizzie1943 at yahoo dot com

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  90. A Fannie May heart-shaped box of chocolates would suit me just fine, but any FM candy will do! Thanks for your calorie-free raffle.

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  91. Candy Kisses because they are chocolate and conversation hearts cuz they are cute. Thank you for the chance to win.
    thelady(at)hotmail.com

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  92. My favorite candy is anything chocolate, heart shaped or not. Although today I had a heart-shaped jelly do-nut, so I guess you could say I would eat just about anything with a holiday theme. Thank you for the patch-work heart tutorial. It's super.

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  93. See's Candy Nuts & Chews assorted box. Thanks for the cute tutorial!
    melly79 (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  94. My favorite candy is chocolate hearts!

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  95. My favorite is sweettarts. chelsieelliott (at) gmail dot com

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  96. I love Dove Dark Chocolate - thanks for the great tutorial and giveaway!

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  97. Chocolate - the biggest heart shaped box!

    Deborah
    pinkscissorsdesign @gmail .com

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  98. I love the cinnamon hearts too! Also I do like the conversation hearts! ;)

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  99. My favorite Valentine candy is Dove dark chocolate hearts - I love the sayings in the foil wrapper. Great tutorial and project - many thanks!
    ellen(at)myerly(dot)net

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  100. Definitely chocolate hearts! Thanks for the great tutorial - so pretty!

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  101. Hands down, my favorite = Dove dark chocolate hearts!

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  102. Beautiful block! Favorite Valentine's candy is definitely Godiva truffles! Yum! featheredneststudio [at] gmail [dot] com

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  103. Thanks so much for the opportunity Megan and Knotted Threads! And thanks for the tutorial. I think I will make a pillow with it and give it to my granddaughter, who is my valentine. My favorite valentine candy is a big box of chocolate - any kind!

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  104. This is so adorable, I (heart) hearts, lol! My favorite valentine candy is Jelly Belly raspberry hearts, and conversation hearts of course!

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  105. Cute project! My favorite valentines day candy is Reese's hearts. Mmmmm....

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  106. Heart shaped peanut butter cups!
    Sarah
    sshuttrbugg at aol dot com

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  107. My favourite is chocolates

    addibrae(at)hotmail(dot)ca

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  108. I love the chocolates, but you can get those year round...my fav "Valentines day only" are the conversation hearts. But only ones from NECCO.

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  109. My favorite is a Big Ol' heart box of Whitman's Sampler chocolates.

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  110. I love almost any chocolate but have a weakness for Lindt chocolate (I live in Onrario, Canada, not sure if US carries this product). awolk at rogers dot com

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  111. My favorite Valentine candy is cherry flavored gummy hearts.

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  112. I love conversation hearts (well the old fashioned ones)

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  113. Heart shaped peanut butter cups. Mmmm....

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  114. I am so tempted by all the heart blocks, I love the ones with squares like this one. Chocolate, hands down, is my favourite valentine's candy. Really lovely special chocolate.

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  115. My favorite valentine candy is Red Hots. I love the spicy cinnamon.

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  116. My favorite Valentine's day treat isn't actually a candy... our local store up here sells little tubs of this extra sugary whipped cream that's tinted pink alongside fresh strawberries but the only time they do it is around valentines day

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  117. Russell Stover chocolates in a heart shaped box was the candy of choice at my house.

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  118. I love the Cinnamon Hearts! :) Very cute heart block! Thanks for the tutorial! :)

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  119. I am also a cinnamon heart lover!

    Thanks for the chance at the giveaway - your tutorial is awesome - bookmarking for later reference!

    Erin
    mummyquilts at gmail dot com

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  120. I love sweet tart hearts. Great block!

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  121. I love red and pink M&Ms. Thanks for the tut.

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  122. Wonderful tutorial! My favorite candy are the candy hearts with words written on them! Thanks for the chance!

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  123. Cute cute cute! I love those red jelly heart candies...

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  124. Favorite Valentine candy has to be Dove's Chocolate conversation hearts. YUMMY!

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  125. My favorite are the conversation hearts (orange!). I could eat a whole bag myself.
    shel704 at aol dot com

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  126. I love the Reeses Peanut Butter Hearts!

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  127. I love the maple cream chocolates from our local ice cream shoppe. They melt in your mouth!

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  128. My favorite Valentine's candy is red m & ms.
    rsgrandinetti@yahoo(DOT)com

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  129. We don't have many Valentine specific sweets in South Africa, I guess the closest is chocolate hearts wrapped in pink/red foil. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  130. I love a good box of chocolates a big box (i like to share) - comlisajohnson(at)gmail(dot)com

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  131. ohh, chocolate & carmel covered pecans. Yummm...Thanks for the giveaway. vickise at gmail dot com

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  132. Great tutorial...thanks for sharing. Favorite valentine candy...conversation hearts...I still snag them off the shelf at the grocery store when I see them.

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  133. Love your tutorial! This heart would make a great mini and/or even a pillow. Thanks for sharing. Favorite Valentines candy is chocolate and if peanut butter or carmel is with, all the better, hehe.

    Thank you and Knotted Threads Fabric Shop for an awesome and generous giveaway and a chance to win.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  134. My favorite Valentine's candy is from See's. They make soft, chewy fruit flavored jellies covered in nonpareils. They're a V-Day tradition.

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  135. I love chocolate cake for S.Valentine. hugs Alessandra

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  136. I used to love conversations hearts, but they changed the flavor so now I'm on the lookout for a new favorite.

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  137. The gobstopper hearts...only come out this time of year!

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  138. Oh, I love any kind of candy. I'm not picky! And thank you for the tutorial on this block. It is super cute!

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  139. I love cinnamon hearts too! I like the plump chewy one better than the hard crunchy ones but they are both yummy! Love the scrap friendly block idea!

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  140. Heart shaped chocolates. Great block!

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  141. Love the heart block...you could use it for so many things by changing the block size too. I don't know of any Valentine's candy that I really even like ? I usually make something rediculously chocolatey, like lava cakes or flourless cake and consider that our romantic treat :)

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  142. i love those conversation hearts! thanks for the giveaway!

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  143. I don't think we have any specific Valentine's sweets over here - Valentine's isn't really a big thing. If my husband is buying me chocolates, I'd like Lindor.

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  144. Thanks for the chance to win. My favorite Valentine's day candy is anything from the local chocolate shop. :-)

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  145. I am not much of a candy person, but I have never been known to turn down a peanut butter cup.

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  146. Dove mild chocolate hearts - yum!

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  147. I can't remember the name of my favorite; I've only had it a few times. It is a VERY rich chocolate with a hazelnut on top, comes in foil and is also wrapped in a waxy paper love note inside. Yum and fun!

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  148. Oooo cinnamon hearts are my favorite! Yumm! Thanks for the opportunity Megan! kelsey at everydayfray dot com

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  149. My favourites are dark chocolate truffles.
    Thanks for the chance!

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  150. My favorite valentine candy is the mix of pink and white m&m's that they come out with this time of year!

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  151. My favorite candy is the valentine M&Ms! yum!

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  152. Love hearts, or thorntons chocolates, not strictly candy, but delicious.

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  153. Love hearts, or thorntons chocolates, not strictly candy, but delicious.

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  154. Love hearts, or thorntons chocolates, not strictly candy, but delicious.

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  155. I adore cinnamon hearts and try to stock up with enough to last the year - because you can only buy them at Valentine's season. Thanks for the nice tutorial.

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  156. for taste - chocolate, for fun- converstion hearts

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  157. homemade peanut butter chocolate hearts!

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  158. the conversation hearts are always fun!

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  159. I like the cinnamon hearts--redhots? Great pixelated heart, thanks for the tutorial!

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  160. My favorite Valentine's Day candy is Brach's Conversation Hearts.

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  161. Wow lovely tutorial - thanks for sharing, we don't have much by way of Valentines candy here, but all year round we have 'Love Hearts' with a little message on each, they are quite tasty!

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  162. My favorite would be sweettart sweethearts!

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  163. I love the hearts filled with chocolates!! any and all kinds... well except coconut :)

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  164. Love the tutorial. My favourite candy would be a bar of Cadburys Milk Chocolate, but it would have to be one that was imported from the UK, since it does not taste the same here in Canada!

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  165. I love reese's peanut butter anything! Dress 'em up for Valentine's Day, I'll take them!

    Thanks for the tute!

    lindsay723 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  166. I love the cherry jelly hearts. I just keep eating and eating. Someone needs to take them away and soon. Thank you for your tutorial, very cute! :)

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  167. See's Candies - Blueberry truffles! or apple pie truffles, or key lime pie truffles! or the lemon truffles or scotchmallows! I LOVE SEE's!

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  168. I like cinnamon hearts too. Just bought a bag!

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  169. the cinnamon hearts are definitely the best thing about valentines day!

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  170. I'm a Reeses Peanut Butter heart girl, I like them in all shapes, mmm!

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  171. I love Hershey Kisses! Wrapped in pink and red of course!

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  172. Love the little red, white and pink M&M's! Always festive! Cute block!

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  173. Thank you for the tutorial. My favourite candy at anytime would be chocolate.

    mystica123athotmaildotcom

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  174. This is pretty, with the heart being white in the pinks insteadof the other way around. And chocolate truffle hearts - that's my fav!

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  175. My favorite candy is the Brachs brand Cinnamon Imperials.. AKA heart shaped red cinnamons. And Of course the little converstaion hearts the orginal ones not the new sweet tart type. conn_and_vans_mom(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  176. my favorite are the sweettart candy hearts - love them! or chocolates - you can never go wrong with chocolates. ajrice11 at gmail dot com

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  177. Chocolate Orange! melaniemart89(at)gmail(dot)com

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