YOU CAN FIND THIS PATTERN ON MODA BAKE SHOP HERE.
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I am so happy… I have a project on Moda Bake Shop today! It’s this Jelly Roll Chair Cover.
If you’re new to my blog…welcome. I’m glad you could come to Jo’s Country Junction. I’d love to offer you some wonderful Rhubarb Dessert or homemade Angel Food Cake and give you a quick tour….here’s my new baby chicks, here’s the last project I finished, here’s what I’m currently working on, here’s photos from the last quilt shop I visited, here’s my latest Accuquilt Go! project, and here’s the quilt I started for my daughter. It’s always busy here at Jo’s Country Junction. I’m a farm wife and mother to five mostly grown up kids. I work from home on my early learning printables website Making Learning Fun. I garden and quilt every chance I get…and I love working with Moda.
I designed the Jelly Roll Chair Cover to protect our new chair from our beagle, Gracie’s hair and the kids’ mishaps. It’s really fast to make. I made it from start to finish in one day. As much as love quilts, it’s nice to make a few totally practical projects too.
Everyone always asks how do you get Gracie to take such good pictures. Honestly…I lay out and quilt and she comes. Our daughter Kalissa and I decided that we would take a little video and show you how easy Gracie makes picture taking.
My biggest difficulty is getting the photo and lighting right so Gracie doesn’t look like she has green eyes.
Here’s some specifics about the chair cover. The fabric line is Moda’s Civil War Reunion. It uses a jelly roll plus a big of yardage. All the machine quilting was done on my regular sewing machine so it’s a project everyone can finish easily.
Thanks for stopping by…Head on over to Moda Bake Shop and let me know what your think? Is there a Moda fabric line that would look good on a chair in your family room?