Day #6 Country Girl Modern Blog Hop

Merrily we hop along, hop along, hop along…merrily we hop along to some amazing blogs!!  So far you should have met Mary from Country Threads, Michelle from Michelle’s Romantic Tangle, Julie for JulieK Quilts, Judy at Patchwork Times and Mary at Quilt Hollow.

Today you’re getting a double dose with TWO places to hop to.  First up is Moda’s Cutting Table.  If you’ve read the blog you know that Kelli and I both thanks Moda Fabrics for their help in giving us the first start on getting a pattern published.

If you page through our book and are a fabric detective you’ll see that several of the quilts are indeed made with all Moda fabrics.  Puddle Duck, School Bus, Connect Four, and Pilot Knob were all made with Moda fabric lines.  When it was time to put our solid quilts Almost Amish and Modern Day Patriot, we used Moda’s Bella Solids for them.

The last quilt we put together for the book was Moda-licious.  That quilt is scrappy…but all of the fabric scraps are done from Moda prints.

If you haven’t been over to Moda’s Cutting Table lately you’re in for a treat.  I’ve always liked their blog but love it even more now that Carrie Nelson is writing a lot of their content.  I was always a reader of Carrie’s Miss Rosie’s Quilt Company blog and it’s fun to see her at her new job with Moda.  She’s a natural blogger.  Her latest entry is really fun as she’s showing off a new fun feature of the blog called Palette Builder.

Palette-Collage
My favorite posts typically show off all the pretty fabric and show them as they are off at market or just working behind the scenes.

Hop on over and check the Cutting Table out…and of course, leave a comment so you have a chance to win the free copy they’ll be giving away.

Remember I said there are TWO places to hop today….you’ll have to wait to stop back this afternoon to see where else to go!

3 thoughts on “Day #6 Country Girl Modern Blog Hop

  1. Carrie

    Aw shucks. Thank you.

    (You know I’m going to “borrow” that Reference Sheet idea, right? With full credit, of course. It really is genius!)

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