Doesn't seem possible, but this is my 16th project for the Moda Bake Shop! Introducing a very easy and beginner friendly quilt project, On Point Baby
! The method of construction is so much easier than piecing angled rows - check it out on the MBS blog! I can't wait to do this method with jelly rolls and a full sized quilt!
I'd love to try this but I can't find the pattern at MBS.ReplyDelete
It is there now!Delete
I love it! I'd try it with 10" squares as well. Please post one done with jelly rolls because I just can't picture the finished design.ReplyDelete
I suppose this ends up cutting off the points on the outside edge but that doesn't bother me. That pretty much always happens to me since I never put borders on my quilts.
Thanks for the fun and easy quilt pattern!!
I would make an on-point postage stamp quilt with the jelly rolls :)Delete
I am a new quilter and love your method can one possibly do a queen sizeReplyDelete
This is genius!! I love it.ReplyDelete
I read your tutorial for this quilt on Moda Bake Shop. I am always intrigued by designs that are formed by cutting AFTER assembling the patchwork top. I tried your idea with 3 1/2" squares in a 5 x 5 grid, making a Valentine's Day table topper. I love it. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Karin, I just posted my version of your baby quilt and you can read about it on my blog here. https://sewingupmyfabric.blogspot.com/2018/03/omg-i-made-my-march-omg.htmlReplyDelete
I really enjoyed making it. I only had 4 fabrics so I got a pleasant surprise when I cut it on the diagonal and sewed them back together. Thanks for such a versatile pattern. Now I need to make one with a real charm pack! LOL