Blog Hop, Studio 180 Design Blog Hop, Whistle Stop Tour

Union Station: Whistle Stop Tour

Hasn’t this been a fun blog hop from Studio 180 Design and Studio 180 Design’s Certified Instructors! Don’t you just love the Steam Engine fabric collection from Island Batik!

In an effort to have one complete reference I’m reposting the schedule with all the links and photos of each block. Each link will lead you to the blog post with the corresponding block’s PDF download along with great tips and photo steps for block construction using the Studio 180 Design tool and technique sheets.

Don’t forget to share your progress across social media and tag #whistlestopbloghop #studio180design and #steamenginefabrics

A great place to post photos is Tucker Time with The Quilt Rambler on facebook, we’d love to have you join us!

Whistle Stop Tour Blog Hop Links

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Instruction and Fabric Requirements

Studio 180 Design

All Aboard: Flying Dutchman

Karen Overton

The Quilt Rambler

Winged Four Patch

Karen Overton

The Quilt Rambler

Do The Twist

Michelle Renee Hiatt

Sew on the Go

54-40 or Fight

Marie McKay

Ribbon Star Studio

Shaded Four Patch Pieced Border

Sarah Furrer

Studio 180 Design

Take A Gander

Gail Renna

Quilt Haven Threads

Twisted Pinwheel

Kathie Beltz

Kathie Beltz Designs

Card Shark

Jackie O’Brien

If These Threads Could Talk

Roll The Dice

Jackie O’Brien

If These Threads Could Talk

Stormy Chain

Tammy Silvers


A Popped V

Carolyn Ratola

CaTs Quilting

Hidden Blooms

Tina Dillard

Quilting Affection Design

Rolling Stone

Bonny Peters

CatDen Mountain Quilts

Pulling Into Union Station : Quilt Construction

Sarah Furrer

Studio 180 Design

We hope you have enjoyed this Whistle Stop Tour Blog Hop. If you missed our last blog hop, Evening Elegance with Deb’s signature fabric collection Twilight Chic, also from Island Batik, you can find the first post here.

But Wait There’s More….

Those of you who follow The Quilt Rambler know my “famous last words” … there’s always more!

What’s better than taking a workshop with a Studio 180 Design Certified Instructor? Glad you asked! How about an Onboard Quilting Excursion! with TWO Certified Instructors! Of course I’m talking about my upcoming quilting cruise with fellow CI Brian McCoy, The Redneck Quilter owner of Bolts & Quarters Quilt Shop in Parkersburg WV.

We’ve designed two exclusive quilts using Studio 180 Design tools and would love to have you join us! More information here.

This is Karen Overton, The Quilt Rambler…reminding you that with Deb Tucker’s tools your points are never pointless!

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