Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Moda Bake Shop Simply Woven quilt tutorial


Exciting news today!  I have another free quilt tutorial over at the Moda Bake Shop for everyone on this fine Wednesday!  Head on over to the Moda Bake Shop and check out Simply Woven.  This quilt comes together very quickly using jelly rolls, a solid background fabric and a fun slice and dice block construction method.  

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I was lucky enough to get to play with some Simply Color by V and Co.  I absolutely love the bright saturated colors in this line, and plan on stocking up on yardage in those chevrons and hombre solids.  Love. Simply Color is available this month, so be on the lookout for this great fabric line!

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Be sure to stop over to the Moda Bake Shop, and leave me a comment to tell me what you think!

Quilt Stats
Quilt Name:  Simply Woven
Quilt Pattern:  Simply Woven, my very own free quilt tutorial available at the Moda Bake Shop
Quilt Size:  72" x 96"
Fabrics:  V and Co. Simply Color, Moda Bella Solid in white
Binding:  V and Co. Simply Color, Diamonds in Graphite Grey
Quilting:  All over free motion loopy quilting



36 comments:

  1. I adore it!! Love that line and it looks so great!

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  2. Hi Jess! I love your quilt and I'm so happy to see your tutorial! x Teje

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  3. Heading over right now...looks great!!! Isn't that a fantastic fabric line?

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  4. Love it! So beautiful! I'm new to quilting, but your directions are clear- I think I'm gonna have to make this one!

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  5. I saw it over there and commented, but I'll comment here too because your quilt is so gorgeous!! Wow.

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  6. That would look so great on my kids beds!

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  7. What a great pattern, I love it!

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  8. Absolutely gorgeous! I just love it. I will definitely be making this!!!

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  9. Oh oh oh... Must make this. The sooner, the better. I can see this both as a scrappy quilt as well as a more coordinated style. Thank you so much for sharing it with us.

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  10. That is one amazing quilt! Makes me want to drop everything and make one NOW!

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  11. Hey, that is a great design! I think it would be awesome for a boys quilt, too!

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  12. Awesome awesome awesome! So fabulous! congrats on a great design.

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  13. I follow the Moda blog and saw this earlier today. Beautiful! And then I saw you featured on another blog with another beautiful quilt so just knew I had to start following your blog. :)

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  14. Just beautiful! I love the snow globes quilt you made.

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  15. Beautiful quilt. You are very talented!

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  16. Beautiful quilt. You are very talented!

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  17. Jess, both your quilts out today are absolutely beautiful! Well done!!

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  18. Congratulations. How exciting!

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  19. the construction of this quilt is GENIUS! I am in AWE! This is on my definite TO DO list! LOVE LOVE LOVE!

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  20. Hi, I love this pattern and would like to know if you have the "recipe" for a twin size with all the fabric requirements? Thanks.

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  21. This is the first quilt i've ever seen where I want to recreate it exactly! I bought a Simply Color charm pack last summer and fell in love with every single fabric. Now in addition to yardage I need a jelly roll to make this amazi g quilt! Gorgeous!

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  22. Excellent bed sheet, with fabulous colors, the knitting is too perfect and the dice block construction method give it a perfect look, nice to be used in the bedroom.
    IT Support

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  23. Love this quilt !!
    Can't wait to make it......

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  24. love, love this tutorial... inspired me to make my own! check it out at Offquilter.wordpress.com (search for madras plaid)... thank you so much for sharing, it helped me so much :-)

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  25. I would like to make this lap size. I'm not good at the "pre thinking":) If i just cut HALF of everying, would i just get HALF the size or would it distort the stitching of the blocks..Sorry to sound so dumb, but i love this quilt and would love to adapt to smaller size. I have a ton of JR's i'd love to use up and this would disperse the colors so well...:)

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