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. http://www.lacemakersofillinois.org/default.htm Charm packs make awesome flowers!.

    Second, Origami bags http://quiltsalott.blogspot.com.au/2009/01/origami-pouch-tutorial.html, for our EGA chapter fundraiser (boutique) http://needleartisans.blogspot.com/2012/07/holiday-boutique.html

    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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