Hi, Everyone! I’m Jessica (@jessicadayon) and I’m here to take you through my newest tutorial today on Moda Bake Shop. This quilt is called Lovely. I designed it with Farmhouse II by Joanna Figueroa of Fig Tree Quilts. I was so inspired by all of the pretty prints in this line and I just adore how they look together and how this quilt came out! Let’s get started!
Hi, Everyone! It’s Jessica Dayon back in the Bake Shop with you today to share with you how I make 4 at a time flying geese. When I am learning how to make basic quilting blocks, I like to try a few different ways and practice each of them. I think that its good to know all the different ways that you can make one block. This is because one way can work best in different situations. If you are comfortable making it multiple ways, you can pick which way will suit you best each time you make the block. There are three ways to make flying geese blocks: 1- with triangles, 2- the stitch and flip method (that uses corner square triangles), and 3- 4 at a time, no waste flying geese. Today we are focusing on the 4 at a time, no waste method. Let’s dive in!
Hi, Everyone! It’s Jessica Dayon (on Instagram @jessicadayon) back with Path B today- Shoreview! I’m have had so much fun with this quilt along so far and I can’t believe we are getting so close to the end. I hope everyone else is having as much fun as I am! Let’s get started on this round 🙂
Hi, Everyone! Jessica Dayon (@jessicadayon), here. I’m so happy to be back in the Bake Shop and sharing my newest pattern with you. This year I’m determined to get started on my holiday quilting really early! Last year I was still finishing quilts a few days before Christmas and I’m trying not to repeat that 😉 I have been anxiously awaiting for Vintage Holiday, like so many of you, and I’m so happy it is in shops now! Even though it’s only May, let the Christmas sewing begin!
Hi, Everyone! Jessica Dayon (@jessicadayon), here. Today I’m so excited to share a new quilt that I’ve designed! Because it is set on point, it looks more difficult than it is and it turns out so beautifully. If you have never made an on point quilt before, give this a try, you will be so happy you did!
Hi, it’s Jessica Dayon (@jessicadayon) 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!
Hi Everyone! I’m Jessica Dayon. You can follow me on Instagram @jessicadayon. I’m excited to be back in the Moda Bake Shop with another recipe for you! This time, we are cooking up two throw pillows! I have really been enjoying making pillows lately. They are a really nice way to add a seasonal touch to a room and they are so quick to make!