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.
Hi there! I’m Jen Daly and I’m so happy to be back at the Moda Bake Shop today with my new mini charm pack project, Home Tweet Home. If you’re feeling a little winter-weary, this sweet mini quilt is the perfect reminder that spring is right around the corner. I made my quilt with “Lilac Ridge” by Jan Patek Quilts and I just love the combination of pretty florals and subtle plaids and stripes—beautiful!
Hello! My name is Jessica and I am so excited to be sharing this quilt with you at the Moda Bake Shop. You can follow me on my adventures of quilting and crafting on Instagram @skeinandhook and also on my blog at skeinandhook.blogspot.com.
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 →