Monday, February 17, 2014

Moda's "Spell it with Fabric" Blog Hop

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Hi Everyone!

I am so excited! Moda is beginning it's "Spell it with Fabric" Blog Hop TODAY! When I was at Quilt Market in October, they had a "School House" and each fabric designer was given a letter to create from their fabric line and some of them finished the whole quilt, using all of the letters! and it was amazing to see the diversity of quilts! All of the attendees received a packet with all of the letter patterns! I was waiting for them to start so you could also enjoy the fun!

Well, wait no longer!.... Here are the quilts that some of the designers made:


moda spell it with fabric, american jane
This quilt was created by American Jane. This quilt is the first quilt of the blog hop!
You'll get the letter "A" today!


moda spell it with fabric, edyta sitar
This quilt was made by Laundry Basket Quilts, Edyta Sitar.


moda spell it with fabric
I cannot remember who made this quilt. It is also very cute with the symbols mixed in with the letter.


moda spell it with fabric
This fun quilt was made with the letters at half scale! Love the size of the quilt, making it a wall hanging!


moda spell it with fabric
This designer made a runner, they are all so talented and fun, too!


moda spell it with fabric
This is her whole alphabet quilt.
Be sure to make to all the stops on this Hop and not miss any fun! Save the downloads into a folder, so you'll have them all in one place! 
The fun thing about this Hop, is that all of the letters are made with 2-1/2" jelly roll strips, and Fat 8th's! 
Make your letters, A, B, and C, today! Enjoy!
FEBRUARY 19
French General - http://frenchgeneral.blogspot.com/
Janet Clare - http://janetclare.co.uk/blog/
Basic Grey - http://blog.basicgrey.com/
FEBRUARY 20
Lauren + Jessi Jung - http://laurenandjessiblog.com/
Kansas Troubles - http://kansastroublesquilters-lynne.blogspot.com/
Laundry Basket Quilts - http://www.laundrybasketquilts.com/blog/
Lily Ashbury - http://lilyashbury.com/blog/
FEBRUARY 24
Primitive Gatherings - http://lisabongean.wordpress.com/
Minick and Simpson - http://minickandsimpson.blogspot.com/
Stephanie Ryan - http://www.stephanieryandesign.com/blog/
FEBRUARY 26
Vanessa Christenson - http://www.vanessachristenson.com/
Malka Dubrawski - http://stitchindye.blogspot.com/
Blackbird Designs - http://blackbird-designs.blogspot.com/
FEBRUARY 28
Setting Directions - http://modafabrics.blogspot.com/
Winners will be announced on all of the blogs, above.
Moda wants to see your creations... Share your progress and finished quilts using #spellitwithmoda on your favorite social media site.
Have fun! Let me know if you are doing the Blog Hop, I would love to see your progress! Make a comment, below.
xoxo
Denise
Update: Here are my blocks!


moda spell it with fabric
Here are my A B C blocks! I'm using up some fabric I cut into fat eights.
Check back tomorrow for my D E F blocks.

11 comments :

  1. What a great collection of lettered quilts. Each one so unique. Lovely

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    1. They are very beautiful quilts, and better in person! Can't wait to finish mine.

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    1. it is really nice! and the person holding it...looks a lot like Santa!

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  3. Jeanne Gwin
    Owner: Fiddlestixs Quilting Service

    I am following this blog hop and it is fun. Can't wait to see more today. I have always thought about making an alphabet quilt, this is the incentive I needed.

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    1. Check back on my blog each day, I'll add my blocks for the day!

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  4. Love it! So glad I have grandkids to shower these projects with.
    By Maria DeGroot

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    1. I agree, Maria! I can't wait to finish this one!

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  5. Cool Denise!
    by Melony Bradley

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  6. I have made a quilt for my nephew using the Moda alphabet. I have provided a link to view the quilt.
    http://www.rmcquilts.com/blog/2014/02/18/charlie-quilt/
    Jacki in MI
    www.rmcquilts.com
    By Jacki Bennett

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