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Jun 17, 2014

Jewel Block Tutorial at Moda Bake Shop

Jun 17, 2014
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Have you been following along with the Trifle Dish Sew Along at Moda Bake Shop?  The Sew-Along is a row quilt with 8 rows, or "trifle layers" in this case, making up the quilt.  What a clever play on a classic quilt style with the baking theme of Moda's Bake Shop.

My Jewel Box block was selected to be a part of the design - and today the tutorial is featured at Moda Bake Shop.  Here is the sample I made:

Check it out if you get the chance!

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2 comments:

  1. Just a thought, but why don't you do stitch and flip triangles using two 1 1/2" squares on both ends of a 7 1/2" x 2" rectangle instead of the 4 1/2" x 2" rectangles and 2" unfinished HSTs? It would eliminate a couple seam lines, and be a bit faster. Perhaps you wanted to demonstrate the process for making HSTs.

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    1. Thank you for your comments! Yes, I agree - there are many ways to skin a cat in this case. Yes, we could use stitch and flips. I simply broke it down into the simplest units. You are welcome to try one with stitch and flips! I'm sure it will come out great!

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