Saturday, July 19, 2014

July Moda Club

It sure was a beautiful day.  So glad to see so many of you!
For those of you out enjoying Summer, this is what we shared.

Flat Iron Travel Case
We had linked this with the reminder post, but seeing it in person...
Tari did use a thermal batting.
Featured Patterns:
Keep the Change, has two inside pockets and a "snap" pocket on the back.  This one, on display at the shop,
is the largest of the three versions in the pattern.
Night Light, by Villa Rosa
This lap quilt was made with one charm pack and some yardage.
It would be beautiful in batiks!  You could use four charm packs, and make it without borders.  This pattern calls for one charm pack and 1/2 yard of two fabrics (for the four patches).  I added 1/6 yard, for an inner border (cut 1.5 inch), and 1 yard for an outer border (cut 4.5 inches) and binding (cut 2.5 inches)    This would be a great first quilt for a new quilter.  So many options....
We have received all our Christmas and Halloween fabrics.  
It's way too early to start thinking about those dates,
but not too early to start making some quick projects/gifts.
Anna Mary, made me this great table runner that,
oh to subtly, says Trick or Treat.
It's a Pieced Tree Pattern, called Frame Up.
Linda, made all these Oliver + S Bow Hair Ties.
What a wonderful way to use up those scraps!
You all know how much I like Show & Tell!  It is always so inspiring to see what others are making.   This month, Shari brought in an applique, from something
we had linked back in March.
It is Honey Bunny, from Don't Look Now. 
When you go to this link, you will need to scroll down a bit to find the tutorial.
I have been wanting to make this for some time... Shari whipped up three of them!  It was such a "hit" with all present,
I promised to re-link it.
Our next Moda Club Meeting will be on
August 20th. 
Enjoy your Summer!

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