Friday, November 1, 2013

Twists and Turns - A MBS Tutorial

Today I am so excited to share a new Moda Bake Shop Tutorial.  It has been a little bit since I was over there so it is fun to be back again :)  I call this quilt Twists and Turns .  It is a super easy quilt to put together, I never used a pin :)  You can find the step by step tutorial over at the Moda Bake Shop.


This quilt is made with 2 jelly rolls and some 2 yardage cuts.  The fabric is the ever so adorable Bluebird Park from Kate and Birdie.  Those little hedgehogs are so stinking adorable!!


The fun thing about this particular quilt is that there are endless design options on how you lay your blocks out.  These are a few of my favorites.  A super modern square design, a more traditional braid, or an improv maze layout.  And the possibilities are endless :)

 


Once you pick your layout your top will be put together in no time and then it is time to quilt it up.  I was a little swamped with my Lucky Stars Market quilt at that point, so Barbara was kind enough to quilt this up for me on the long arm.  She quilted adorable flowers in all shapes and sizes and traveling loops.  It is just perfect for these whimsical prints :)



Twists and Turns measures 84" x 84", perfect for a family picnic, well  just as soon as it warms up enough to have a picnic :)


Alright, that's all I have here, so pop on over to the Moda Bake Shop and check out Twists and Turns, you'll have the whole winter to get your spring picnic quilt put together :)

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10 comments:

  1. Love the quilt and the tutorial Melissa ! Thanks for sharing all the great ways the blocks can go together. Congratulations on another wonderful pattern. Karen

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  2. Congrats on another fabulous design!

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  3. Thanks for sharing - particularly the different layouts.

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  4. So Pretty! Love the different possibilities.

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  5. I, too, love seeing the different arrangements for the blocks. I love log cabins, and you've really made this variation look good!

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  6. Love! Thanks for sharing all your wonderful quilts!

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  7. Cool, like the flower quilting :o)

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  8. I love the different design options. Thanks for sharing!

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  9. Oh wow! This is a great little quilt. Love the different arrangements. My goal for the NS winter, get through more of my scraps. This pattern would certainly help with that. Heading over to look at the tutorial!

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  10. Another cute one Melissa. I just finished your "playing the scales" quilt one yesterday...just love it.
    Check it out: www.sewsunshine.blogspot.com

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Thank you so much for your sweet comments. I just love hearing from you!!
Have a Happy Quilting Day :)

Melissa