Moda Bake Shop!

The day is here, hooray!

I am so excited (and a little nervous!)  to be able to share this tutorial with you.   Thank you so much to those who encouraged me and have given such sweet comments about this quilt.

I hope you enjoy it!

If you are still interested in doing a Quilt Along together, please let me know in the comments.




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36 responses to “Moda Bake Shop!

  1. Gill

    Congratulations on your quilt at MBS! I love it!
    I think a QAL is a great idea!

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  3. Well done – this is a beauty!
    I’ll ponder the QAL, but this is on my to do list x

  4. Jenny

    So excited to have you as a part of the Bake Shop!! This quilt is beautiful and love that it was donated to such a special cause 🙂 Thanks for being so patient with the fabric.

  5. Yea Lindsey! It’s beautiful and such an awesome design. So happy for you and well-deserved.

  6. Your quilt is so fun and pretty, makes me want to stitch one up today!

  7. I’m so glad this is a MBS project! I was going to try to figure out how you made your quilt–now I don’t have to! I need to make one post haste! It’s beautiful. Is there any way you could include a note on the tutorial that you donated the quilt to 100 Quilts for Kids? That would be such an incredible publicity boost for 100 Quilts. 🙂

  8. Lindsay, Welcome to he Moda Bake shop. Your projefct is super cute. I am going to have to add that one to my list. So super cute! Thanks for choosing moda,

  9. Congratulations!!It`s awesome.
    A QAL,will be welcome.Thanks so much

  10. Congratulations! I would love a QAL but I might not be able to keep up! LOL I am very limited on my sewing time for the time being. But I can try if you do go ahead with it!

  11. VickiT

    I just had to come over from Moda Bakeshop to tell you how awesome this quilt is. I would consider following a quilt along but possibly in a few months from now.

  12. Congratulations! The quilt is lovely.
    I’m not sure about my applique skills (ok, rather I’m sure they are non-existent) so a QAL could be a great way to learn.

  13. Jan

    Love, love, love your quilt, congratulations

  14. Congrats!
    I love the quilt and your tutorial was great and easy to understand.
    I think I’m going to have to make this one.

    Thanks for sharing!


  15. Beautiful work – love it!

  16. I already strarted it. I cut all the pieces yesterday and are getting the solid fabric after work today. I was quick to jump on the wagon because I had a load of squares I had plan to use for flying geese but somehow I went a little cold on that project (!). Your templates was perfect size and the quilt just seemed to fit my mood yesterday perfect. I’m doing a 6×6 and it will be perfect for my niece I think. Beautiful, fun and spunky 🙂 No picture on my blog yet though – will update it later.

  17. CherylH

    Love the quilt but how do I find the Printer Friendly version with the templates?

  18. Julie

    Found you from Modern Day Quilts. This is a great, clean quilt. I would love a QAL!!!

  19. nicole

    This is really lovely but I much prefer THESE fabrics over the ones featured on the Moda website quilt.

    A quilt along would be great; also can you give yardages required for larger versions? (I can figure out how big to make it and how many circles but somehow not the fabric I would need).

    Thanks so much.

I truly appreciate your comments, thank you for taking the time to leave one! Lindsey

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