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Thread: Moda Maison De Garance - which pattern???

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    LindaBN's Avatar
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    I have two charm packs and one Jelly Roll of Moda' s Maison De Garance by French General. Once I decide on a pattern to use, I'd be willing to purchase some more fabric by the yard.
    Which pattern or block would you use? I am a beginner to maybe intermediate quilter. I'd like a pattern that fits the motifs of this fabric - so not twister! If anyone has an example of this fabric in a quilt' I'd love to see it. I really haven't done triangles yet, but could give them a try!
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    Check on the Moda Bake Shop site. They have many, many quilt patterns made with charm packs and jelly rolls.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandybeach
    Check on the Moda Bake Shop site. They have many, many quilt patterns made with charm packs and jelly rolls.
    Yeah, I would go there first, it's a cool site.

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    Here's the link to the website....there are some cute projects.
    http://www.modabakeshop.com/
    Cabins in the Hills looks great.
    Hope this helps!
    Blessings,
    MaryAnna

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    Hi Linda- I spotted this pattern (the 2nd one on the page). I hope they have the pattern posted because it looks easy and very pretty...http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:TalRvBK2SIsJ:www.marianneelizabeth.com/+french+quilt+pattern&cd=6&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=us&client=firefox-a&source=www.google.com

    The pattern is called Cozy Cottage. I hope that link works... and oh, my gosh, do they ever have some pretty fabric on this site, too! :lol:

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    I got a free pattern with my jelly roll; and it was perfect because the fabrics are so pretty I get the chance to use every one!
    http://www.unitednotions.com/fp_maison-de-garance.pdf
    I bought the beautiful yardage for the long strips...it is lovely! You could always use those charms for a piano key border.

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    There's also the Jelly Roll Quilt Along at Moosequilts which they did last
    year. It's a sampler which is a good way to learn different blocks.
    All the patterns are still available for download. Hurry and download
    if you're interested. :)
    http://moosequilts.blogspot.com/2010...long-2010.html

    You can also check http://www.flickr.com/groups/1343277@N20/
    to see how the blocks came out with different fabrics.

    This year they are doing a Layer Cake quilt along.

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    Those are beautiful fabrics!! I agree- Moda Bake Shop!

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    Those are beautiful fabrics.

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    Nice fabric.

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