Wiggly Whimsy Quilt




Hello All! Rebecca Silbaugh from Ruby Blue Quilting Studio back for another recipe! This time I combined two of my favorite precuts - a Charm Pack and a Jelly Roll to create this adorable lap quilt! It's constructed very simply, but the design makes the fabrics appear to wiggle around. I love these types of quilts that are really easy to make, but look slightly challenging. Want to learn the secret to this simple wiggle? Let's go!

Show Off Your Stash Winner



Our Show Off Your Stash Link Party was a big hit! We've picked a winner {at random} for a prize pack.

Charm Crossing Quilt




Hi everyone!  My name is Tammie Schaffer, and you'll find me over at craftytammie.com.  I try to make something everyday, and I love quilting!  I'm here today with an easy, charm pack friendly quilt project.  I've always called this an Hourglass block, but I recently learned when you put four of them together, it's called a Yankee Puzzle Block.  The quarter square triangle blocks stitch up quickly and with a little planning, the layout is easy too.  Perfect for solids, it also makes a really fun scrappy quilt as well!

Q&A with Oda May: Tape Measures, Pre-Washing, and Jelly Rolls


Welcome to today's edition of Q&A with Oda May. Today Oda May answers reader questions about out of print fabric, pre-washing, and favorite fabrics. Do you have a question for Oda May? Send her an email.

A Window to Summer Quilt




Hi, it's Kristy here from Handmade Retro. You know how there are some times that you have the time and energy to work on something really involved and intricate and others where you just feel like a simple sew with very little cutting? This quilt is for those times like the second option. It is also a great option for simple graphic prints or novelty prints you don't want to chop up too small.


Studio Tour: Patchwork Posse

Welcome to our final day of Studio Tours! Today we are visiting the studio of  Moda Bake Shop Chef Becky Jorgensen of the blog Patchwork Posse. If you missed the other spaces, you can see them all {here}.


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Chic Mama Stroller Organizer




Hello again, it's Jennie from Clover & Violet and I'm here today with a fun project for those with little ones!  As a busy mom, I am always looking for ways to incorporate quilting with fun and function, so today I'm sharing my quilted stroller organizer.

Studio Tour: Happy Quilting

Today we are touring the studio of  Moda Bake Shop Chef Melissa Corry of the blog Happy Quilting.


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Studio Tour: Jo's Country Junction

Today we are touring the studio of Moda Bake Shop Chef Jo Kramer of the blog Jo's Country Junction.



{Tour other studios in our Show Off Your Stash Link Party.}

Studio Tour: Vintage Modern Quilts

Today we are touring the studio of Moda Bake Shop Chef Lisa Calle of the blog Vintage Modern Quilts.



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Studio Tour: Aunt Polly's Porch

Today we are touring the studio of  Moda Bake Shop Chef Polly Monica of the blog Aunt Polly's Porch.



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Studio Tour: Cut to Pieces

 Today we are touring the studio of  Moda Bake Shop Chef Angela Pingel of the blog Cut To Pieces.



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Introducing: Q&A with Oda May

We are introducing a new feature on the Moda Bake Shop called Q & A with Oda May. Today Oda May will answer questions about out of print fabrics, how to become a Chef, and what to take on quilt retreat. Do you have a question for Oda May? Send her an email.