Happy Holiday’s Moda Bake Shopper’s!!! It’s Melissa Corry from Happy Quilting and I am so excited to be here to share my Jolly St. Nick block as part of the Countdown to Christmas. One of my favorite things about the Christmas season is all of the Christmas music. I remember singing my lungs out in school Christmas programs. In my 5th grade program, I got to sing a duet with my twin sister of Jolly Ol’ St. Nicholas. Working on this block reminded me of that memory, so I named the block after the song 🙂 So let’s get Merry and make some Ho Ho piecing goodness!!!
Hello! It’s Christine Weld here with my Little Red House block for Countdown to Christmas! House quilts are so much fun and just perfect for holiday quilts. This simple little house block is ripe for embellishments (add a wreath to the door perhaps, or maybe embroider some smoke coming out of the chimney?) and is a quick finish at either the 12″ or 6″ version.
Hello! It’s Lisa Jo of Neverlandstiches and I am very excited to be a part of this year’s Countdown to Christmas! The blocks are being made with a variety of red prints, solid red, solid white and low volume whites. Below you will find the ingredients for both a 12” block and a 6” block. Continue to check back each day between now and Christmas for a brand new block by another of the talented Bakeshop Chefs!
Today’s block is called A Special Gift. To me, it resembles a beautifully wrapped special Christmas gift you may find under a Christmas tree. Continue reading
Hi, Everyone! Jessica Dayon- @jessicadayon– here today bringing you the tutorial for my contribution to Countdown to Christmas! This block is called Festival and I think it is stunning in red and white! I hope you like it as much as I do! Mona Bake Shop’s Countdown to Christmas has become one of my favorite things to look forward to in December! It’s like an Advent Calendar just for quilters 🙂
Welcome to Day 6 of the Moda Bake Shop Countdown to Christmas! My name is Jen Daly and I’m so happy to be here today to share my “Reindeer Games” block—so named by my daughter because of the checkerboard center. Reindeer Games is a variation on my favorite quilt block, the Sawtooth Star, and I just love how using two different red fabrics gives this block a layered, three-dimensional look.
Merry Christmas! I am Denniele from Louanna Mary Quilt Design. Today’s block, Wrapped Up, brings memories of wrapped gifts under the tree. Whether they were expertly wrapped in beautiful paper, covered with newsprint, or wrapped with love by a child, the pull to discover what was inside for the recipient is something we all can recall. So grab your best red and white fabrics and join me in making, Wrapped Up.
Hi! It’s Kristina from Center Street Quilts. I’m happy to be joining with you to share today’s Countdown to Christmas block! The block for today is called Regent Street Star and is based on the jumbo star block tutorial I shared earlier this year HERE. This time, the block has been shrunk and made with only two fabrics–one red print and a white background fabric. The Regent Street Star block will be perfect to add to your own Countdown to Christmas quilt project.
A cloudless sky on a cold winter night is a mixed blessing here in Montana. On the one hand, there’s nothing more beautiful than our Big Sky filled with stars, and if you’re lucky, you’ll see the Northern Lights. On the other hand, without a blanket of clouds to hold in the daytime heat, nighttime temperatures can drop well below zero.
I am a proud Grandmother of five beautiful grandchildren from 14 to 2 years old. I added this block to many of their quilts. I hope that someday they will know the significance of why I placed this block in their quilts. Each of my children have a Christmas quilt with this block to snuggle under to read their favorite Christmas Eve storybook.
Hello! It’s Amanda of Pieced Just Sew and I am excited to be kicking off this year’s Countdown to Christmas! This year’s blocks will be made with a variety of red prints, solid red, and solid white and each block can be made as both a 12” block and a 6” block. Be sure to check back each day between now and Christmas for a brand new block!
Today’s block may look familiar. It is the block from my recent Country Summer quilt tutorial. However, in the spirit of this time of year, I have renamed it Country Winter! So dig into your stash, pick a couple of your favorite red prints, and let’s get started!