School of Sewing: Petites Maisons de Noel

Today we are taking a peek at the School of Sewing quilt in the most-requested fabric!

This is part our School of Sewing quilt-along series.  Find the rest of the posts in this series by clicking on the links at the end of this post.

You voted and we listened! Petites Maisons de Noel from French General was the most-requested fabric selection for the School of Sewing quilt-along.

 

It’s a gorgeous holiday line with lots of red and green. If you’d like to vote in the poll to choose the next option, join our Facebook group: facebook.com/groups/MBSbakers

Tell us in the comments which fabric collection you are using for the quilt-along!

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Oda May

Oda May

The Moda Bake Shop is a division of Moda Fabrics that provides online recipes which you can use with the wide range of Moda Pre-cuts. All sizes and types of projects will be featured from various designers and shops. Tutorials for various Moda projects sheets will be illustrated with step by step pictures. Some techniques and products will also be featured throughout, so check back often for what is "baking" here at Moda Fabrics.
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15 comments on “School of Sewing: Petites Maisons de Noel

  1. Debbie AF says:

    French General is a good choice. I chose this designer/fabric from previous collections of French General. I am so excited to join this school of sewing. Lets get quilting. . . . . .

  2. Suz A says:

    I’m using Kate Spain Latitude for Moda – love the mixture of bright and soft batiks. Loving everyone’s unique choices.

  3. marysalmon says:

    How do I join this quilt-a-long?
    Mary

    • Suz A says:

      Click on magnifying glass and enter Aug 13, 2017. Should take you to the first blog about the group. Basically you just need to subscribe to the blog and follow on facebook.

      • Patricia Campbell (Ivy'sGrammy) says:

        FYI: No need for Face-plant! I follow in my email and just go directly to the blog!! I feel so free since ditching Facebook 6 years ago!!! Wheeee!!! Lol

  4. sheilaoxley says:

    Stunning!

  5. I see, most of them will going to be a perfect christmas present and it’s really lovely.. For my Quilt Along I choosed Sunday Supper, because the colours fit so good to our home. And it was one of the less charm packs I found in an european online shop. I live in Innsbruck/Austria and there is no good shop around and so it was the only way to beginn in time.
    Birgit

  6. Susan Conner says:

    I am going patriotic scrappy. I’ve been gathering red, white and blue, stars and prints for a while and this seemed a great choice. So far so good.

  7. Nancy Hutchison says:

    fabric prints look timeless.

  8. Sandy Roberts says:

    How do I join in and get this free pattern please

  9. lori says:

    I am going with a solid red and red/white gingham…a Swedish Fish Quilt!

  10. modalissa says:

    Absolutely Beautiful!!

  11. Carol PFaff says:

    Beautiful quilt
    How do we get the pattern?

  12. Donna Lee says:

    How much yardage will I need of each of the four French General fabrics will I need to make this quilt?

  13. MissSewing says:

    Wonderful Quiltalong! How Do I get the pattern? Can I take part yet?

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