Another Awesome Book!!!

Here it is…another awesome Moda designer compilation book!

16 Quilt projects in this baby…Compiled by our leader Lissa Alexander.

The book is made up of quilts using Cake Mix papers…kind of like my triangle papers but these may have some squares and such…not just Half Square Triangles…So this means that they are super accurate!  You can see by the cover that there are lots of uses for different fabrics from your collections or your 10″ Layer cakes or 5″ Charm packs.  I know most of you have some of those just sitting pretty on the shelf…now is the time to get them made into a quilt(s)!

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Here is the list of the designers…does your favorite designer(s) have a quilt in this one?

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Here is our quilt in the book..STORMY DAY….We loved using anything we had that was blue, cream, grey and that little cheddar one, so it’s a mix of Primitive Gatherings lines…

Here’s how this one went…I picked the fabrics designed the quilt…Amy made the all the HSTs and I was supposed to help her but she had it done before I could….so she made the quilt in a snap using the Cake Mix papers…Maggie Honeyman’s (@sewmaggi) quilted it so beautiful…and looks it is so lovely on a bed…You could also make a smaller version by using smaller HSTs…hmmmm great idea!Pg68_StormyDay_B1502_WEB

Just 4 big pieced HST Xs make this quilt a stunner!thumbnail-8

The background grey is this Bella Solid   At this time I do not know how much of it you would need, but it a Bella (priced reasonable) and its a beautiful grey…so buy 6 yds…you’ll probably have enough for pillow cases too!

If I had to pic another favorite from the book I’d pick this one…can you guess who’s it is???  Carrie Nelson’s for sure!!!Pg10_BubbleFroth_B1502_WEB.jpg

Ok…it was hard to pick just one…so… there is something so sweet about this one to…I know this is Me & My Sister fabrics…I love the the design…maybe I love churn dashes -don’t ya think?Pg82_ChurnItUp_B1502_WEB

 

Mix It Up Book can be purchased HERE

Here are the Cake Mix papers

Here are the Cup Cake papers

So…does anyone want to win this book?  Please leave a comment and let me know how many of these moda compilation books you already own?  If you do not own any…please tell me why not?  I will pick three winners of the Mix it UP book and one of those winners will receive a fabric something from me that will add in to the making of our quilt in the Mix it up book..

Here are the all the Moda All-Star Books

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Join 15 of Moda’s all-star designers as they take scrap quilting to the next level with imaginative, eye-catching patterns created especially for your collection of precuts. Got a stash of fanciful fabrics you can’t wait to use? Or need an excuse to go shopping? Get inspired today!

What’s your favorite precut–fat quarters, fat eighths, 2 1/2-inch strips, Layer Cakes, or charm squares? You’ll find patterns for all of them!
Each designer shares “Scraps of Wisdom,” so your stash of precut purchases can become a stroke of genius. 96 pages

Must-make patterns from today’s top designers: Jenny Doan, Carrie Nelson, Edyta Sitar, Lissa Alexander, Lynne Hagmeier, Lisa Bongean, Sherri McConnell, Amy Smart, Corey Yoder, Sherri Falls, Amy Ellis, Laura Boehnke, Jan Ragaller, Susan Ache, and Lisa Call.

Click HERE to order SCRAPS MADE SIMPLE.

 

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Join the Moda All-Stars as they use 5-inch charm squares to make scrappy quilts with style. Got one charm pack, two packs, or three? Make the most out of them with quilts that use up nearly all of the charms in your favorite packs.

  • You don’t need a huge fabric stash to achieve a dynamic, scrappy look–just your choice of charm packs
  • Make a range of projects, from table runners to lap-sized quilts, all by top Moda designers
  • Tips and tricks from each designer are included to help you show off your unique collection of charm squares

CLICK HERE TO ORDER LUCKY CHARM QUILTS

 

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Join the Moda All-Stars as they use 5-inch charm squares to make scrappy quilts with style. Got one charm pack, two packs, or three? Make the most out of them with quilts that use up nearly all of the charms in your favorite packs.

  • You don’t need a huge fabric stash to achieve a dynamic, scrappy look–just your choice of charm packs
  • Make a range of projects, from table runners to lap-sized quilts, all by top Moda designers
  • Tips and tricks from each designer are included to help you show off your unique collection of charm squares

CLICK HERE TO ORDER MINI-CHARM QUILTS

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Join 15 of Moda’s all-star designers as they explore creative small quilt patterns that you’ll love to stitch. These mini-quilts are tailor-made for scraps. With designs ranging from easy to intricate–plus many make-in-a-day designs–these fun little quilts are showcased in photos that will inspire you to display your mini creations as artful accents to your decor. 

This collection features patterns by your favorite Moda designers: Pat Sloan, Carrie Nelson, Brigitte Heitland, Camille Roskelley, Me and My Sister Designs, Sherri McConnell, Sandy Gervais, Edyta Sitar, Lynne Hagmeier, Vanessa Christenson, Anne Sutton, Laurie Simpson, Jen Kingwell, Lisa Bongean, and Betsy Chutchian.
  • Many of the quilts are quick to finish; all are fun to make
  • Each mini project offers an opportunity to try a different technique–traditional piecing, applique, paper piecing, and even embroidery

CLICK HERE TO ORDER LUCKY CHARM QUILTS

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Start with the winter season, sprinkle in some holiday hues, add a smidgen of gift giving, and what do you get? The Merry Makers–also known as the Moda All-Stars! This best-selling series returns to celebrate Christmas with 15+ quick handmade gifts to give or keep. Choose from speedy stockings, pincushions, and coasters to make in multiples, or pick a patchwork project–lap quilts, table runners, and other deck-the-halls designs abound. Most projects can be completed in a weekend or quicker, so there’s no need to fear the Christmas time crunch. The All-Stars share their holiday traditions in a series of Q & As too, so quilters will find inspiration in more ways than one. Royalties from the sale of this book will be donated to the Marine Toys for Tots Foundation. 96 pages

CLICK HERE TO ORDER MERRY MAKERS

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The All-Stars are back with sparkling projects for irresistible Jelly Rolls–coordinating precut 2-1/2″ strips of fabric that slash cutting time and speed up sewing time.

Patchwork reigns in 14 quilt patterns created by favorite Moda designers, including Lisa Bongean, Betsy Chutchian, Joanna Figueroa, Sandy Klop, and Anne Sutton. From simple and classic to fresh and contemporary, beautiful quilts will inspire you to get the ball rolling!

CLICK HERE TO ORDER ON A ROLL

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Discover the mix-and-match possibilities for fabulous quilts with row patterns by your favorite Moda designers, including Lissa Alexander of Moda Lissa, Lynne Hagmeier of Kansas Troubles Quilters, Camille Roskelley of Thimbleblossoms, Edyta Sitar of Laundry Basket Quilts, Pat Sloan, and many more.

  • 24 row designs in three appealing categories: Classic Patchwork (tried-and-true favorites), Well Seasoned (fresh quilts for every season), and A Bit of Whimsy (playful, carefree designs)
  • Perfect for a row-robin quilt-along with your friends, the rows can be put together in many different combinations
  • Includes step-by-step instructions and illustrations, plus a quilt gallery that provides inspiration for various combinations and using stand-alone rows

CLICK HERE TO ORDER ROW BY ROW

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Every row is showcased as a finished table runner for tons of ideas and inspiration! Corey Yoder; Jen Kingwell; Pat Sloan; Janet Clare; Laurie Simpson; Lynne Hagmeier; Stacy Iest Hsu; Anne Sutton; Deb Strain; Kathy Schmitz; Sandy Klop; Sandy Gervais; Brenda Riddle; Barbara Groves; Mary Jacobson; Kate Spain; Karla Eisenach; Camille Roskelley; Sherri Mcconnell; Lisa Bongean; Betsy Chutchian; Jo Morton andLissa Alexander

  • 23 row designs in three appealing categories: Classic Patchwork (tried-and-true favorites), Well Seasoned (fresh quilts for every season), and A Bit of Whimsy (playful, carefree designs)
  • Perfect for a row-robin quilt-along with your friends, the rows can be put together in many different combinations
  • Includes step-by-step instructions and illustrations, plus a quilt gallery that provides inspiration for various combinations and using stand-alone rows

CLICK HERE TO ORDER ROW BY ROW AGAIN

Thanks again for hanging around here right up til the end….I truly love everyone of these books…Martingale published a great book….so it’s really a no brainer…put them on your list and buy them as you can…They also look really good on the shelf together…

my best, LB

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I live in Butte Des Morts, WI, Married to Nick, with 3 sons, Lance (forever 29) , Luke 31and Jake 30 I am a quilter, rugger, gardener and I also love to cook when I get the chance...

128 thoughts on “Another Awesome Book!!!

  1. Thanks for all you do for the quilting world. I have been following you for years. Love them all. Janice

  2. They all look amazing, and I don’t own a single one! Always working on something specific for OTHER people, so I don’t get to make anything really fun just for me. Would love to try yours or the big churn dash!

  3. I own 2. I got my first one at Quiltstock last year. I made 2 patterns out of that book. Love churn dash so that looks fun to make!

  4. I purchased Merry Makers a year ago…will have to get it out again and make something for Christmas this year.

  5. i don’t have any of these books. i have seriously thought of buying all in a row and all in a row again but haven’t yet. i haven’t seen some of the books featured. all look awesome!

  6. I have 3 of these books. They give you a good mix of designers and patterns. Fat quarters are my favorite pre-cut. They can yield a large assortment of sizes for piecing and if you buy a bundle, they are pre-matched! As always, your quilt in this new book is my favorite, can’t go wrong with gray and blue!

  7. WOW! I love em! I have used the papers and find them to be so accurate. You gals are so busy and creative. Looking forward to start collecting the books and making more beautiful quilts!

    1. I have seen some of these books & glanced through 1 or 2 of them but fabric has taken my dollars. Think I’ll need to put them on my Christmas list. Through the various Moda Sew Along programs I have met the more contemporary designers & looking at the book covers I can usually pick out who did what. It has been fat quarters that I use in a lot of projects but as fabric prices have increased I have started buying 1/4 yard cuts. A 1/4 yard cut is close to a fat quarter cost & I get 2 fat quarters. So extra yardage to use. But I do have some charms & mini charms sitting around. Thanks for the chance to win the newest book.

  8. Sadly I don’t own any of these books! Why? Probably because my LQS doesn’t carry them and since I have several UFO’s I have a hard time buying more books to tease me😊

  9. I am a BIG fan of Moda but unfortunately don’t own any of these books. This would be a great opportunity to get started.It looks like fun using so many of the designers throughout the books. Please pick me!

  10. I have two more UFO’s to finish, all they need is borders and to be taken to the quilter, then I am “free” to begin new projects. And boy, are there projects galore in this book. You ladies have such creative genius. I am wowed!!!

  11. I Love Love these books. I own 3 of the books. The quilts are so unique. I am a precut nut. Such an easy way to own lots of fabrics when storage is minimal. I could not pick a favorite. It could be the new book if I win.

  12. What wonderful books..and I dont have a one! A fact I will be changing shortly..I just have to decide which to order 1st . We have had many quilt shops close where I live…I now have to travel a bit to fondle fabric, so dont get a chance to browse books often. Eventually I will have several of these…starting with which one…? I cant decide

  13. I have Merry Makers, Mini Charm Quilts, and All in a Row Again! I love these books cause I love all the designers! I didn’t realize there were so many…I’d better get busy!

  14. I have 2 of these books and love them. The new projects look oh so tempting. Thank you for all your wonderful tips.

  15. For the past two years my husband and I were slowly cleaning, sorting, and fixing up our mini ranch to sell. I recently moved into the city, have my sewing room set up and am sewing again, so…no I haven’t bought anything new in a very long time, and….yes I have a stash of precuts that need to be used. Papers to be used on precuts, how ingenious. Thank you for always being so generous with your give always.

  16. I do not own any of these books. I did not realize there were so many books offered. Been buying more online and need to look through them. Going to have to decide which one to start with. Have never used the papers but sounds fun and accurate. Love the stormy day quilt. Thank you for opportunity.

  17. I have all of them! Love these books! The patterns are great, and I also love that part of the proceeds from each book goes to a terrific charity- Moda rocks👍🏻

  18. Lisa, you really manage to show and teach us about everything!! I do enjoy the contact with you from your fabulous posts. Keep ‘me coming! I may have to try the churn dashes!!

  19. Love your pattern and this new book- plan on getting one as I gave all the other moda books and have done quilts from each- Thanks to all the designers- keep thinking of more!!!

  20. I love these books! I have most of them. I think it is fun to go through the books and guess who made which quilt.

  21. I only own one other book, I don’t get out much! My local quilt shop does NOt Cary Moda, imagine that! I love it when talents are challenged, we all have a bit of competition in us, they style of the artists really pops in this book, thank you for sharing!

  22. Oh me! Oh my:) so many choices to make! I need to look at everything again before I make a decision on what I want (NOT need!) Just have to read and think some. Thanks for sharing all the wonderful book info & especially the completed quilts.

  23. I would love to win this book. I do not have any of the books so this would be a great start. Thank you for giving me a chance to win.

  24. Oh my, I really like your quilt. I especially like the little bit of cheddar you included. I own the Mini Marvels book and made one little quilt, which turned out so cute. Thanks for a chance.

  25. Hi Lisa. I have Mini Charms, Lucky Charms & Mini Marvels. Didn’t realize that some of the other books were available.
    Looks like I need to add to my library!

  26. I have both row books and the charm book, but alas have fallen behind. Have worked with cake mix papers before and love them, so eagerly anticipating this edition!

  27. This book looks great -love your quilt! Can you believe I only have 2 of these books? Thanks for the giveaway chance.

  28. Love your quilt Lisa. I do not own any of the Moda compilation books. Not sure how that happened, I love quilt books. Especially surprised I don’t have the scraps made easy one. The churndash block is my favorite. I will have to add this new book to my wishlist.

  29. I have 3 books already! Can’t wait to add this new one to my collection!!! Thank you to all the Moda designers for your inspiration, knowledge, and love of quilting!

  30. I love your work! I don’t own any of these books yet but am very interested in owning some of them due to your introducing me to them via your blog. I haven’t tried the papers either and find that fascinating as well.

  31. I sadly have none & just was opened up to your creative world recently. I do need to change the lack of All Star books, maybe with this one or a scrappy one if I had to pick. Thanks for all the work you do, it is AMAZING!

    1. I have on a roll and in a row….love both of them…i have 2 cake mixes but have been afraid to tackle them yet…i think this book. Will give me the push i need….love your design…

  32. I don’t own any of these books but have checked on out from our guild library. Several of them are on my bucket list.

  33. I love the layer cake recipes, I made my niece a queen size quilt using the recipes. It turned out beautiful. I wanted just 2 colors so I cut my own layer cakes. Wish I could post the picture but don’t know how!

  34. I do not own any of these books, but I would love this one. I rarely buy books so they are a splurge for sure. I made two Blockheads quilt this year so that kept me busy.

  35. Oh ~~~~~ so glad I am not then only one who doesn’t own a Moda book, but it must be time to start as today is my daughter’s birthday (LOL 29 again and marching to the BIG 50) This surely is the day I need to start to make a special something for her!

  36. I have a few of these I use the row books because they are quick projects. I would love to win this book. Several quilts I would like to do ❣️

  37. I don’t have any of the books but I do have cake mix & cupcake mix papers that have been waiting to be used. We had a house built last year and life has been so crazy & hectic that I’m just getting my sewing room together & haven’t been ready to sew anything in over a year….sad 😦 Hopefully it won’t be long now til I can get back to it!

  38. I own Mini Charms and Merry Makers. I made your quilt in Mini Charms without triangle papers. Yes, I lost some points, but I learned my lesson! Quilt books are just like novels. So many books, too little time!

  39. After reading this post, I am loving this book — on my list for sure of things I would like to make in it! I don’t have any of these compilation books, this one surely looks like a great one to get.

  40. I’d have to check my library but I know I have at least a few of these books. I’ve used the Cake Mix and Cupcake Mix papers in the past. Would love to make a few of these quilts.

  41. Love this new Moda All-Stars book. I have every single one of their previous books! LOVE all of them & would love to win this one!

  42. Nenhum livro aqui.No Brasil é muito difícil encontrar .Gostaria de ganhar,obrigada!

  43. I have three of these books and would love to add this one to my library. Maybe I would use some of the layer cakes and papers that I already have. Always hoping …

  44. I am new to sewing and quilting in the last two years. I just discovered I like sewing at 64! These books look like fun. I don’t have any yet, but that will be changing soon! I have made 30 quilts in the last two years.

  45. Sad to say, I don’t own a single one of these books, although I’d like to. Guilt won’t let me buy them- I have too many UFO’s staring at me to feel able to add to the mix!

  46. I have the two on miniatures, I like small.
    Thanks for inspiring my passion for playing with fabric and color

  47. I have all the books. The patterns always go together easy and there always so cute. They also get me motivated.

  48. I don’t think i own any of these books but i think i need this latest one! Definitely a winner! LOVE your quilt❤️Thanks for sharing!

  49. I don’t own any of these books either, not that I don’t want to. Especially the miniatures books. I also would love to have this latest book. I too love your quilt and I love blues!

  50. Hello, I don’t own any of these books. I have so many other books that I purchased more than 10 or 20 years ago and I seem to use patterns from those or simple patterns I get from tutorials on quilt blogs. I am 70 years old and when I was 30 I made really complex quilts. Now that I’m 70 I make fairly simple quilts. I used to think that when I retired I would do the opposite—make complex quilts with lots of tiny pieces, but that hasn’t happened. I guess I’m more impatient now—not sure what the reason. In any event, I’d be thrilled if I won this one.

  51. I think I own one of the books. Only reason I don’t own more is because I spend my money on fabrics! My favorite pre-cuts are fat quarters, jelly rolls and most recently, layer cakes.

  52. I don’t own any of them yet, but they look like great books. The cupcake and cake mix papers are such a good idea I would like to try them out.

  53. Gosh Lisa… I don’t own ANY of these All Stars books yet!! What is WRONG with me???!!! I do have “On a Roll” on my bday list tho! And I would like to get “Lucky Charm Quilts” too, as I make a lot of baby quilts for the NICU. I have used the Cake Mix papers… they are brilliant!! My favorite precut is the fat-eigth! It’s a bit less expensive than the fat-quarter when you buy bundles, and it’s just enough to make a NICU quilt without a lot of leftovers. My second fav precut is probably the layer cake! It too is really versatile! Thanks for highlighting this book, Lisa! It looks like a good one!!! Your quilt is beautiful!!

    Warmly,
    Pris from CdA, Idaho

  54. These books are very interesting. Don’t have a one of them – don’t know why. The minis are the most interesting to me since they finish quickly and I can do more of them. I also love paper piecing – if that is what the cake mix is all about.

  55. I love the look of all of these books – my budget doesn’t often stretch to buying books these days. Would love to win one!! Thank you!!!

  56. What amazing books! I only own one but would love them all! They’re going on my Christmas wish list ;-D

  57. Oh my. I would love to win this book. I have lots of precuts that I need patterns for. I am always in love with your patterns n fabric lines.

  58. I have the mini marvels and the all in a row, and the all in a row 2 books. I love the truck pattern with the flowers and the flag in it. so pretty.

  59. Hi Lisa, I actually don’t own one of the Moda books. I think it’s because I’ve not seen them in the quilt shops I visit. This one though, I would seriously consider purchasing. I like the variety of designers and projects offered. I enjoy working on your wool projects too😉

  60. I own the Mini Marvels book and the Mini-Charm Quilt book, but love to own the Mix It Up! Book too! The Moda designers come up with the best patterns!

  61. I own Scraps Made Simple. I want to thank you for this post because I had forgotten that I had this book along w/half of the fabric cut for the very first quilt in it called: Old School by Carrie Nelson. Therefore I have another UFO to tackle w/only 1800+ HST’s. GOODY! All I can say is getter done, so I can move on to your quilt called: Flight Path w/only 800 or so half square triangles. Its a great book, happy to revisit it.

  62. I do not have any Moda books. I just recently learned about these and seen a quilt from the Moda blocks of the month. Don’t know how I could be so out of the know.

  63. I have the all in a row again book, but it’s currently loaned out to my best friend. I’ve looked at all of these books I would love to own all of them! That sounds greedy doesn’t it?!? Thanks for your generous getaway opportunity. I really enjoy your blog.

  64. I would like to win this book. I do not own any of the books because I have been so busy with work over the years. I recently retired and one of my long term wishes has been to start quilting. This would be helpful!

  65. I don’t have any of these books, but I should!! All these books should be on my shelf! Maybe I’ll just win one and that will be me started on buying more! I’ve used triangle papers before but not the cake mix and cupcake mix papers. Would love to try them.

  66. Hi. I have the 2 All in a Row books …… the first one I purchased and the 2nd I got at my guilds free swap table. I couldn’t believe it when I saw it there, I was thrilled. This new book looks awesome, and I LOVE CHURN DASHES too ……

  67. I don’t have any of the books but have done the Moda Blockheads. Love all the designers that participate in these books Loving your newest book to Lisa. Spent last night reading it before bed.

  68. I have the Lucky charm. I got to it she. I need a gift idea. This book looks like a great solution for my layer cake stash. Jmh

  69. Thank you so much for sharing the info on these great books. I have one of them and now think I need to add all to my collection. I, too, love everything you design and all the wonderful tips and pictures you share.
    I can’t wait to see you in Bloomington-Normal in December. If possible, please bring these books for our members to see and purchase. I hope you bring a SUV filled with Primitive Gatherings items to sell to our members.

  70. What a great looking book! I love using your triangle papers and Carrie’s Cake Mixes. I don’t have any of Lissa’s books. I went to purchase one of the early compilation books but the reviews were very negative regarding many errors. I wasn’t interested in mini projects or rows, but this one looks like a must buy! Love your fabric choices and Carrie’s quilt is FAB!

  71. I have the first Row book and the Mini Charms book. I don’t think I’ve seen the others. Would love to have Mix It Up because I have tons of 1/2 square triangles I could use up on your pattern!!

  72. I have 2 of the books so far and I love them. I would love to win a copy of the new book and make some more quilts! I love the one you designed Lisa! It is beautiful!

  73. As a scrappy quilter, I am ashamed to say that I have none of them. I have looked at them several times but then the guilt of long list of projects in the sewing room makes me put them back on the shelf. But to see the quilts here, Wow! I may have to rethink it……..

  74. Love the new book. I really would like to get this book. I started doing leaders and enders projects using my scraps and I’m almost ready to tackle a new project with all of my half square triangles from my previous two quilts. I don’t own any of the previous books, but there is always a first time to start…

  75. Unfortunately, I don’t have any of these wonderful books. (how sad) I have finally retired and have been going thru all my fabrics and cutting them to prepare for scrap quilting. I would love to win this book from you.
    aurora

  76. I,m sorry Lisa, I had a rough two years! I don’t have any. I had an amputation of my left leg and I have been trying to get my mojo back to sewing and I would love to see how the 10″ papers work but sometimes life gets in the way and you feel sorry for yourself. Your throat winds up in your stomach and there goes everything out the window. But I love your “everything”! Your dog, your house, your grandson, your quilt fabric, your ideas. I could go on and on. But I have to tell you my leg hurts. No matter how much you may see me smile, it hurts! One day I hope to get my mojo back!

    1. Carol…thanks for confiding in us to tell us what is going on…We all sometimes lose our MOJO! Do not think you are alone…you are brave to tell us you are hurting…losing a leg is HUGE to deal with…but my simple advice is this…we only have one life…we can let it get the best of us…or we can make the best of it…please remember that most people only show you on social media the “good things”…the ‘good life” …and it looks perfect doesn’t it??? But real life is NOT so…I could tell you 6 things in my life right now that really “suck”…and these are not little things…but they are only things…and it will be ok…we really are not in control…and I guess how we deal with life’s troubles is the test…to be grateful in spite of what is thrown in our direction…I am thinking about you and sending my mojo to help you get yours back…sewing really does mend the soul…just move that needle a little bit today…whether it’s by hand or on your machine…just a little…

  77. I,m sorry Lisa, I had a rough two years! I don’t have any. I had an amputation of my left leg and I have been trying to get my mojo back to sewing and I would love to see how the 10″ papers work but sometimes life gets in the way and you feel sorry for yourself. Your throat winds up in your stomach and there goes everything out the window. But I love your “everything”! Your dog, your house, your grandson, your quilt fabric, your ideas. I could go on and on. But I have to tell you my leg hurts. No matter how much you may see me smile, it hurts! One day I hope to get my mojo back!

  78. I just ordered my first book. I am not sure why I haven’t ordered any before. I just I was just too busy working on wool! i love the Christmas ideas one.

  79. I love looking at all these books and I’ve almost bought a few of them! Especially the Charm and the Scrap. Love this new one as well. I especially like the large churn dash quilt.

  80. I own a couple of Moda books, none of the current ones though. As some other said, it seems the fabric gets the dollars first. One thing that makes me back off buying a book is if it requires (strongly suggests?) purchasing items that may not exist in 5-10-20 years. Yes, it can take me that long between book or pattern purchase and for-reals cutting and sewing it up. I guess if I were truly motivated and those items were no longer available, I could make my own papers and rulers… maybe?

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