I’m thrilled to be back at the Bakeshop, baking up a quick layer cake quilt of the fabulous Moda Grunge Dots! This is a project for when you need a quick finish – think a birthday gift for a preschooler who has outgrown their baby blanket, or when you remember that you said you’d donate a quilt for the school auction that’s next week and you haven’t actually started it yet. It goes together quickly and with the great options for layer cakes, it’s a fun and fast finish!
Hi, it’s Jessica from Skein and Hook here. I’m happy to be back at Moda Bake Shop today sharing this tutorial with you. When I saw Picnic Basket Wovens by Moda, I was so excited and immediately started thinking of fireworks at the park, summer picnics on hot, lazy days, the americana decor that fills my house in the summer months… I came up with this quilt to celebrate those things and showcase this beautiful fabric! Let’s get started– this is going to be fun!
Hello! My name is Allison Jensen of Woodberry Way and I’m excited to be back in the Bake Shop today with an easy quilt pattern. This one uses Charm squares for a crib quilt, or a Layer Cake for a throw, and is a fun spin on the traditional “Jacob’s Ladder” block.
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.
I’m excited to be kicking off this month’s mini quilt theme! This set of three mini quilts is inspired by barn quilts. Make one or all of these fun, quick projects using a single charm pack and some yardage. This speedy project is perfect for that one charm pack you love, but can’t figure out what to do with!
Hello, friends! I’m Kairle Oaks of Handcrafted Goodness. It’s that time of year in Utah when we have had enough of winter and we’re thinking ahead to warm summer days. I’m ready to get outside in the garden and plant flowers that will bring bright, happy colors to my drab landscape.
This fun buzz-saw quilt, made in “Grunge Hits the Spot” by BasicGrey, has me feeling all sorts of warm, sunny thoughts! I made my first buzz-saw quilt many years ago while participating in a small local quilt guild. I’ve revisited this simple traditional block several times, and I’m excited to share it with you today.
I am happy to share with you this traditional quilt using the fabulous Summer on the Pond fabric line by Holly Taylor. In these cold winter days, this fabric brings wistful thoughts of the summer and vacation time to come.