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Thread: Anyone else addicted to Moda Candy???

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    Cool Anyone else addicted to Moda Candy???

    I've been using Moda Candy to make a few projects, this one was finished this morning! I used Moda Candy called Paris Flea Market to make this one...

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    The pattern came out of Moda's booklet called "Moda Candy, Oh Sew Sweet", which has 18 projects using Moda Candy Squares. This pattern was sooo easy and fast.

    I picked another pattern out of this booklet which has tiny pinwheels for the blocks. Whew! It's going to take me a little longer to get the pinwheels done! They are tiny! When one pinwheel block is done, it measures only 2-1/2 inches! I love a challange!

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    It is sew cute! I love anything Moda. I haven't seen that booklet yet.

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    Moda Candy is a wonderful way to buy a whole collection of a fabric line and it's only $4! I fell in love with Paris Flea Market and Audra's Iris Garden. I wanted BOTH OF THEM! But no way do I have the money to make a King size quilt with both lines of fabric. So I bought Audra's Iris Garden to make the king size quilt.

    And with Moda candy squares I can have my cake and eat it too! I am sooo buying more now... Next is Moda's Double Chocolate...

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    Your "Candy Quilt" is SOOOO cute! I have that book! And I'm More than addicted if that's possible. Green Fairy Quilts has their "Candy" @ 20 packs for $69!!! http://greenfairyquilts.com/catalog.php?category=49

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    Really great!!!

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    Have you looked on Missouri Star Quiltings site? Jenny does a tutoral for easy pinwheels. Pinwheels intimidate me but Jenny makes it look so easy I'm considering trying them myself!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ediedarlene View Post
    Have you looked on Missouri Star Quiltings site? Jenny does a tutoral for easy pinwheels. Pinwheels intimidate me but Jenny makes it look so easy I'm considering trying them myself!
    Going there right now! I have 6 pinwheels done, with 12 more to go, so any tips I can find will be heaven! I've been cheating with the 6 I've already done. I used a 1/8" seam allowance and when it's finished, I trim the block down to 2-1/2" square. Shhhhh!!

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