Pushme Pullme Block Pattern Launch + Giveaway

I am so excited to make available my Pushme Pullme Block Pattern. The final block measures 15″. It is a quick, easy and versatile pattern.

The overall design came about originally with a quilt in mind, that I am currently making for a friend’s little boy.

My testers have done an amazing job, using the pattern in many ways, highlighting the versatility of the block.  Check out their finishes!!

Ashley @ Wasn’t Quilt in a Day created an amazing pillow with teal and pink arrows, with a popping yellow edging.

Kristel @ Work-in-Progress Girl created a mini quilt and played around with the colors represented in the sashing to make it truly unique.

Mara @ Secretly Stitching used it as the front of a very cute play mat tote for her nephew. Extremely adorable.

Sarah @ Sarah Quilts made some great pillows for Christmas gifts for a male friend. I love the use of black and reds.

The pattern can be found on Craftsy and Etsy. I have also added it to my right-hand side menu for easy access.

To celebrate the launch of my pattern, I have TWO GIVEAWAYS.

  1. For the first giveaway, I will give the winner a copy of the pattern + 2 fat quarters of modern quilting fabric in a color of your choice (ie. blue or green or multi colored). To win leave a comment below on what you would like to make with the pattern. If you are a follower, leave a second comment and let me know how you follow.
  2. For the second giveaway, if you leave a comment below + all 4 posts of my testers above you will be in the draw to win my favorite quilting book (at the moment) – Quilt Improv by Lucie Summers.


All winners will be chosen randomly next Friday and announced here. I hope you like the block and the projects the testers came up with. Linking up with Crazy Mom Quilts for Finish it up Friday.

61 thoughts on “Pushme Pullme Block Pattern Launch + Giveaway

  1. wholesomemidwestern

    3. i follow you here on wordpress.
    4. i have been looking for a pattern that i can use with browns and blues for a masculine quilt, and i think i could really have fun playing with this pattern! i’ve also commented on all four of the other blogs you have listed. crossing my fingers 🙂

  2. Jessica

    9. I have had my eye on this block since the first time you posted about it. I have never made my husben a quilt and I would love to make him one for Christmas but he is a very manly man and nothing seems manly enough. This block is perfect, I love it!
    Thank you so much for the chance, Jessica

  3. Jessica

    2-1. I’m new to anything improv but seem to love all things improv so I would love to get my hands on this book. I have it in my cart on Amazon but don’t have the extra money due to Christmas being right around the corner so there in that cart it will have to stay….sadness!
    Thanks for the chance, Jessica

  4. Barb N

    13. I’ve been looking for the perfect throw quilt to make my sil for Christmas, and I think she’d just love this one – in greens. Great pattern!

  5. Michele T

    2-3. I’ve left a comment on all your tester blogs except one (Work in Progress Girl) because I couldn’t find where to leave a comment. I did like The way she set the blocks in the quilt top!!

  6. LubbyGirl

    20. I think I’d try this on a tote bag – love how the arrows take turns being most eye-catching. I could do one side of the tote in solids and the other in prints.

  7. buntyw

    2-6. I visited all your testers – what a great job they’ve done!
    All their versions are different, I can’t choose a favourite!

  8. Kay

    37. This is a great pattern. I would really like to make some cushions with it for my son’s bed as this is great for teenagers. Thanks for a fun giveaway too.

  9. Kay

    2-8. I have been by and left comments on all of the other blogs. My favourite is the cushion that has been made, and i love her circular quilting on it too. Thanks for a great giveaway.

  10. Heather

    38. The effect of this pattern is fantastic. I picked up some red and blue fabrics yesterday which I think would look great.

  11. Janice

    45. I saw your pattern first on Wasn’t Quilt in a Day and loved it. To me it would make a wonderful boys quilt. It seems like girls always have more patterns for them.


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