Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Moda Bake Shop Jungle Path Baby Quilt

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I am so excited to share not only my very first full quilt pattern, but also my very first Moda Bake Shop tutorial today!  If you have been following this blog for any amount of time, you know that I am constantly whipping up baby quilts for our friends and family who seem to be popping out babies left and right!  I suppose we are at that age and all...I remember a few years back attending so many friends weddings we couldn't keep them all straight, so it makes sense that now we are at the "baby" stage.

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I am always on the lookout for kiddo friendly fabric, so when I came across Jungle Bungle by Tim and Beck I knew I had to get my hands on some to put together a baby quilt.  The colors are so fun and vibrant and the patterns are just adorable (elephants in at 5 different color ways!)

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I'd love to hear what you think, if you have a minute, pop over to the Moda Bake Shop and leave me a comment!







18 comments:

  1. Love it! and just noticed the pic update woohoo

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  2. Yay, congratulations! So glad you got your fabric and got your tutorial all put together :) I think it looks great, definitely a great baby quilt!

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  3. This is a baby quilt I'd like to make. Very very cute!

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  4. Really cute! I might put this to work with some of my Happy Drawing fabric. Love your new headshot too!

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  5. Congratulations. Your quilt is really cute.

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  6. Congrats! What a great pattern! : )

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  7. Oh it's gorgeous Jess! Congrats!

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  8. I love this! I have 4 baby quilts to make soon, and I think this may be one of them.

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  9. Very cute! I love how fun and modern this pattern is. Thanks for sharing it.

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  10. This looks super cute! I love this quilt :-)

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  11. WOOHOOO! CONGRATS! It is perfect!!!

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  12. Congratulations on being featured with a fabulous quilt.

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  13. This is so cute Jessica! It gives me ideas for how I might like to do my I-spy quilt someday in the future.

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  14. You know when you see a quilt, think what you have in your stash, and then think "yup, I'm gonna make this". . .this is that kind of quilt! Love this, thanks!

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  15. I crossed this up with the car seat quilt idea. I used this same fabric family & made 4 squares, but used 2 different fabrics for the outside instead of the same like you did. Then to make a total of 30" long, I added leftover strips of Jungle Bungle and the off white I used for the framing. Then I had a friend embroider the baby's last initial in red for the centerpiece. I did the strippy back, and what I cut off them I used for binding. Since I used flannel instead of batting, I think it'll stand up better to winter in Denmark when I send it to my boyfriend's new nephew. :)

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