Tuesday, August 24, 2010

A Secret Revealed: My First Moda Bake Shop Tutorial

Oh yes, I've been baking! This is one of the little secrets that I've had to keep under wraps...


My first project with Moda Bake Shop is entitled Pinwheels in the House! I came up with this idea while thinking about mixing different traditional block patterns together, and was struck with the thought of pinwheels mixed with log cabins...get it? Pinwheels inside log cabins... pinwheels in the house?! I just love it!


Head on over to Moda Bake Shop and check out my very first pattern-tutorial with them! I'd love it if you'd leave me a comment over there (and here too if you'd like) and let me know what you think!

26 comments:

  1. Congrats!! So very happy for you!! Pattern looks great, may have to try it out! :)

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  2. How Exciting!! Congrats Kaye, it looks amazing! And I love the name :)

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  3. What a beautiful quilt and just the kind I was looking for to replace our king size comforter. Being a new quilter I am wondering how hard it will be to adjust the blocks for that? Thank you for this beautiful idea!

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  4. I love it, Kaye! Very clever blocks. And I love Verna.

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  5. Yeah....congratulations. It looks beautiful.

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  6. You are quite the chef! Great name, great pattern. Congrats!

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  7. Congratulations! It is so cute!!!

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  8. Congrats! That is exciting! And the quilt is lovely of course . . . off to comment on Moday.

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  9. Kaye---congrats! I absolutely love this quilt and pattern and love that Verna fabric! Great job!

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  10. Wow! I absolutely LOVE this quilt. It's absolutely gorgeous. Thank you so much.

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  11. congratulations Kaye! How exciting :) Yay! It's a beautiful quilt. x

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  12. okay--now that's creative! love it!!!!

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  13. Kaye, that is super cute! I totally {heart} pinwheels and I love the colors in your quilt! Beautiful work!

    xo -E

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  14. What a great idea! It's a beauty! We are expecting #3 in Dec. If the baby is a girl, this might be the pattern for her quilt!

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  15. I just seen your project on the Moda Bake Shop congrats!

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  16. congrats on the bake shop!! and super cute quilt!

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  17. awesome!!!! love it!!! very clever title!

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  18. every time I see it I love it more and more! So great Kaye!!! xoxo

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  19. Hi Kaye, Thanks for becoming a follower of my blog!! im a big fan! AND i LOVE the name.... pin wheels in the house!! so so clever... no need for explanation!! I got it INSTANTLY!! xx great tutorial! xx

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  20. Love it! A great way to incorporate lotes of prints and scraps - I'll be trying this some day!

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  21. this is such a great, simple pattern! i cant wait to try it! thank you! :D

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  22. Hi Kaye,

    I really love your quilt pattern and I think I will be actually making this soon. My younger sister and I really need some new bed covers! Anyway, I have a question for you. Do you use your own sewing machine to do the quilting stitches or do you have a long-arm quilting machine? I've made a full sized quilt before and quilted using my sewing machine and I must say that it was not the easiest to do! I am wondering if other people quilt the same way I do. It would be a good thing to know! Thanks!

    Rebekah
    http://www.artandneedlework.blogspot.com

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