Sunday, March 10, 2013

Moda Quilt Along Block Patterns in One Place!

I stumbled across the BOM pattern online for the latest WebFabric's "Scrappy Organized" BOM that I just did.  It was Block #5 by Kansas Troubles Quilters.  I did a little searching, and have found all of these BOM patterns available free online to anyone interested.  So you don't need to buy a kit, if you would like to use your own fabrics.  Yea!




I've found the block patterns under the names "Moda Friendship Quilt Along" and "Moda Signature Quilt Along".  There was just recently a Blog Hop for it from February 18 - March 4, 2013 as well.


First five blocks that I've done so far.

Block 1 by Aneela Hoey

The center piece on each of these blocks is blank to allow for a signature or embroidery or some other embellishment.

Block 2 by Minick & Simpson

Our local quilt shop, WebFabrics has put together fabric kits for these block patterns as the "Organized Scrappy" Block of the Month program.  There are over 30 blocks all together.  If you are interested in getting a kit, WebFabrics is putting out kits for 2 or 3 patterns, each month for 2013.

Block 3 by American Jane

For your convenience, here is the entire collection of the 31 block patterns and their associated blog/posts by the Moda designers:
  1. Block 1 by Aneela Hoey
  2. Block 2 by Minick & Simpson
  3. Block 3 by American Jane
  4. Block 4 by Primitive Gatherings
  5. Block 5 by Kansas Troubles Quilters
  6. Block 6 by Blackbird Designs
  7. Block 7 by Barbara Brackman
  8. Block 8 by Lily Ashbury
  9. Block 9 by Sandy Gervais
  10. Block 10 by Kate Spain
  11. Block 11 by Deb Strain
  12. Block 12 by Laundry Basket Quilts
  13. Block 13 by Malika Dubrawsky
  14. Block 14 by Julie Comstock
  15. Block 15 by Fig Tree Quilts
  16. Block 16 by Cotton Way
  17. Block 17 by Sweetwater
  18. Block 18 by French General
  19. Block 19 by Me & My Sister
  20. Block 20 by Zen Chic
  21. Block 21 by Mary Jane
  22. Block 22 by Basic Grey
  23. Block 23 by Pat Sloan
  24. Block 24 by Jan Patek
  25. Block 25 by Thimble Blossoms
  26. Block 26 by ?
  27. Block 27 by Lauren and Jessi Jung
  28. Block 28 by Bunny Hill Designs
  29. Block 29 by Stephanie Ryan
  30. Block 30 by Kathy Schmitz
  31. Block 31 by V and Co.

Finishing and Setting Option using 30 blocks from Moda's The Cutting Table blog.  Or, you can just use sashing & cornerstones.  
Complex finishing option.

Block 4 by Primitive Gatherings

Happy Stitching!!

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15 comments:

  1. good morning Sylvia-thank you so much for sharing all these links with us-that was so thoughtful of you. hugs

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  2. Thank you for sharing the links. It looks like an interesting way to set off the project.

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  3. Thanks so much for taking the time to post all of the links for us!

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  4. Looks like a fun quilt.
    Bunny

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  5. Thanks sooooooooooo much, makes it all so much more doable!!!!!!!!!

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  6. Great blocks and blog hop! Your design wall looks neat!
    Thanks for sharing.
    Freemotion by the River Linky Party Tuesday

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  7. Thank you for placing all the links in one place. It makes it easier for me to print out each paterrn.
    Your thoughtfulness is much appreciated!

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  8. They are beautiful blocks, but no, not right now. Some of the time we have to pick and choose. But thanks for getting all of the links together.

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  9. Beautiful blocks and great of you to place all the links in one place!

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  10. Sylvia, thank you very much for assimilating this listing. I've already started them, hopefullly it won't be another UFO. Thx again for your time. Kathy M.

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    1. You are welcome! I'm glad this listing is helpful to others, as it is to me. :-)

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  11. Thanks, Sylvia. I was looking all over for all the blocks in one place; didn't realize it was right here all along...I've been following your blog for several months, now.

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  12. thanks for putting all in one spot!

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  13. Obrigada por disponibilizar, estou começando aprender e quero muito começar a fazer os blocos.

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