Moda Blog Hop Coming Soon!

September is National Sewing month and to celebrate, Moda is having a Blog Hop! Don’t miss out, for 10 days, Moda designers (myself included) will take turns sharing projects, new designs, and a little something about ourselves. I will be posting on September 10 so be sure to check back!

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10 Responses to “Moda Blog Hop Coming Soon!”

  1. Susan says:

    My next 2 sewing projects are a quilt for my oldest son who will graduate from college in Dec. and a quilt for 4h son who is working on his Boy Scout Eagle project (I found some great boy scout fabric a while back that will be perfect!) After doing these “boy” quilts, I sure would love to work with something floral and feminine like Gypsy Girl! Thanks for the chance to win!

  2. Lorraine says:

    My next two projects include a postage stamp Table runner from of course a moda jelly roll, it’s left overs from from a wall hanging and a tote bag from a set of charm packs. Gyspy looks like so much fun and a breath of fresh air. Thank you for sharing

  3. Cecilia says:

    Well, I have four daughters and I am making each of them a quilt. I have one down, another one started and two more to go! It’s so much fun!

  4. Amy DeCesare says:

    I’m busy making a casserole carrier, for part of a wedding gift package. Next I’m whipping up some darling coasters! I think it’s going to be time to start making some Christmas presents soon, too.

  5. I have TWO deadlines …. First – Kanzashi flowers. A friend and I are teaching our local chapter to make flowers and embellish with tatting, buttons, etc. Charm packs make awesome flowers!.

    Second, Origami bags, for our EGA chapter fundraiser (boutique)

    After that, it will be projects for holiday giving (family members)

  6. Kathie Hull says:

    Beautiful fabrics and I Love the pattern.I have been working on a turkey wall hanging and a table runner for Thanksgiving.

  7. Susan says:

    My next two sewing projects are two quilts for a great newphew and a great niece are due SOON! My brother is going to be grandpa to TWINS! His son and daughter-in-law have a daughter who is just 2 and 1/2! The babies were due in October and the doctor had decided on dates and finally settled on Sept 26. Now if not sooner the date is Sept 17 – Mom’s birthday. So, I need to get busy, busy, busy. And the pattern I picked has the backing the same exact size as the top. A friend and I own a longarm machine together and I have literally quilted two quilts before. So, I have going to have to change the backing to be larger for a lonarm machine. I didn’t notice that when I picked the pattern. I thought that thet I could just cut the panels larger. I thought it was three pannels on the back – Nope! It’s several panels – so more finesse – and two of them. I can do it, even if I have to buy more fabric for a second backing.

    After that three other laldies and I are making 24 quilts for a women’s shelter associated with our church! So, busy,busy, busy! That project is started!

  8. Toymum says:

    When I was reading your description of Vancover it was like I was reading about Melbourne, Australia. We too are a multicultural city which has been voted the most livable city several times. We have about 4 million now but when I was young it was less than half that. We Melbournian’s say if you don’t like the weather just wait a minute. We get 4 season’s in one day. We have lots of cafe’s and restaurants too many to pick a favorite. No to patchwork the next too projects are a quilt/wall hanging for my mothers 65th birthday and a flannel quilt as you go for my 11yr old daughter. Thank you for sharing about your home town and your generosity. Toymum

  9. Vanny says:

    I love the pictures of your home town. The fabrics are such beautiful colors. i have enjoyed this blog hop. It is such fun doing this going places i normally can’t go.

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