Hello fellow bakers! I am happy to be back on the Moda Bake Shop to share another fun pattern with you. This quilt utilizes a traditional rail fence quilt block. With the addition of layer cake squares, you’ll be able to transform your quilt into this fun design!
After I finished one of my last years Moda Bake Shop projects ”On Point Baby quilt”, the wheels started turning with more possibilities with this basic technique. I love on point quilts, but really don’t like making quilts with assembly on the diagonal, setting triangles, etc. My favorite part of quilt making is the top assembly, so I like to make it as simple (fun) as possible. So, this quilt is also made with two large pieced ‘blocks’, cut on the diagonal, then reassembled into the final quilt top with on point blocks. You can choose to fussy cut the center blocks or not, it is really up to you! When I saw Swell Christmas popping up on blogs and social media here and there, it just brought me back to childhood Christmas memories and my grandparents. I knew I had to make a quilt with this fabric!
Welcome to Moda Bake Shop! I’m Kairle Oaks of Handcrafted Goodness and I’m so glad to be back to share a new recipe with you. My First Love quilt is just the right size to welcome a new baby into the world. Or you can add a few more blocks and you’ve got the prefect throw sized quilt to snuggle up with your love.
Hi! This is Kristina Brinkerhoff from Center Street Quilts and I’m excited to share a Valentine’s Day project with you today: Jelly Roll Hearts Table Runner! I enjoy working on holiday projects, but it’s often hard for me to start and finish a whole quilt before the intended holiday arrives. Continue reading
Hello, fellow bakers! I’m Alison from Little Bunny Quilts back today sharing a brand new quilt featuring Voyage by Kate Spain! Lately, I’ve really enjoyed making and using big blocks to make quilts and this quilt uses only sixteen 18″ blocks to make a very generous throw sized quilt! With no triangles to piece, this quilt would be easy to piece for a confident beginner with a mastery of the 1/4″ seam. Let’s put new blades in our rotary cutters and new needles in our machines and get to work! Continue reading
Hi quilters! This is Kristina from Center Street Quilts and I’m delighted to be sharing my Confetti Cabins quilt tutorial with you today. When I saw Vanessa Christenson’s new Ombre Confetti Metallic line, I fell in love and knew it would be the perfect fabric to re-imagine a favorite traditional block–the log cabin! My quilting preferences are a mix of traditional and modern and I particularly enjoy using classic blocks combined with fun, new elements. Confetti Cabins does just that by merging the beloved log cabin quilt block with sparkly fabric and an unconventional block setting. I hope you’ll enjoy following along with this tutorial and please let me know if you make your own Confetti Cabins quilt!