Tuesday, June 11, 2019

Moda Doll Panels

I fell in love with these Moda Doll panels.  I can't stop making them.  They are adorable.


I love to camp and this adorable panel hung on my tent on my last camping trip.  This pattern is from the Moda All Starts book All in a Row Again.  The designer is Pat Sloan. Her design had a camper on it but since we use a tent I had to add a tent to my panel. 

I Love Quilting

I discovered a new quilting magazine I just adore.  It is a UK publication called Patchwork and Quilting.  Lots of great ideas, color photos, and fun tips.  I am now a subscriber.
The first project I made was a pin and trash holder to take with me to workshops.
In the spirit of using only things I have around the house I used a small pot holder in the top section to give it the weight to stay on the table.  The cork was leftover from another project.
I took it to a workshop recently and it worked great. I can't wat to see what other projects I can make from this magazine.

Table Runner

When you win all the batik squares during the Right Left Center game at the quilt guild you make a table runner.
This was another pattern I picked up at Road 2 California also by GE Designs.  This one is called Lil' Nellie.
There was a lot of flipping and matching up with this one. Not such an easy pattern to follow.
I do like how it came out and I will enjoy displaying the festive colors.

Sewing in a Straight Line is a great book with tons of easy projects.  I made a jewelry case and a cosmetic bag.  The fabric is some type of drapery fabric I picked up at the free table from my guild.  It is stiff so great to work with on these types of projects and I didn't use interfacing.
This jewelry holder has zipper compartments and a ring holder.
The cosmetic holder could be made with denim for an even sturdier pouch.
I had these cute Tim Holtz labels for a fun flair. These bags will be accompanying my on my next trip.


At Road 2 California I picked up this adorable placemat pattern.  The pattern is Friday Fiesta by GE Designs.  It was a great way to use up my scraps from my V and Co Confetti Ombre fabric. 

I love the newsprint and letter fabric.  These were panels I received from my good friend Tina. Instead of having to cut them up I was able to use large sheets of them.  Great way to show off the fabric and make a great placement.  Now I just need to get over my fear of eating on these and possibly staining them.