Moda Modern Building Blocks Quilt Tips and Tricks

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  1. somethingrosemade14 says:

    Your quilt is absolutely beautiful and I am not a fan of solids. This quilt looks complicated; almost like a Jen Kingwell design which I have a love/hate relationship. Very inspiring, almost makes me want to make one now but I really have a lot on my plate. Thanks for sharing and I’m sure your tips are going to be helpful.

  2. Oh boy, I can see why you have a love/hate with that quilt, but I sure like it and I like the bright, happy colors! Great tips for those working on it and hoping to make one too!

  3. Andrea H says:

    I love how the quilt finished up. Your tips and tricks should help anyone else who is working on this project. It was nice of you to type them up. –Andrea

  4. Your hard work paid off, your quilt top is amazing! 😀
    I can’t add tips as this pattern is still out of my league!

  5. Kathleen McCormick says:

    Your perseverance paid off and it is a beauty. Your hints for others who attempt it are great and very helpful to others who might persist. Hope you get a few other hints from folks who did it, always nice to hear others experience with the same pattern.

  6. Liz says:

    It is a total stunner! I’m amazed at your perseverance … I would have given up 🙂 But it is worth it, and wow, what a beauty! I can only imagine how fun it will be to quilt, too. Thank you for the detailed notes, that will be helpful for anybody makes it after you!

  7. Your quilt looks beautiful, I don’t think I’ve ever seen one with so many solids I’ve liked as well. Congrats on finishing it!

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