Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Square Pegs Pattern at Moda Bake Shop!

I am so excited to share that my second pattern for Moda Bake Shop is now up -- Square Pegs!


This quilt is made with one jelly roll, one charm pack, and a little bit of white yardage. It's a modern take on a log cabin and made with the gorgeous new line from Studio M -- Basic Mixologie.





This is a great beginner quilt but is fun for any quilter! The blocks go together very quickly and the pattern is easily scaled up or down with more or fewer blocks.

Here's my original diagram:


And here's my finished quilt:




It's somewhat visible in the "tree pictures", but for the quilting, I did a "mod meander" -- it's like Leah Day's "circuit board" pattern but the corners are all rounded or curves rather than sharp turns. I can try to take some closer up pictures of the quilting!

The background is a great teal print from the line that is diamonds and the binding is an orange diagonal stripe -- perfection for binding!

I hope you pop over to Moda Bake Shop to check out the pattern and if you make your own version, be sure to share it!

Sharing at Finish it Up Friday!

13 comments:

  1. OOOH. I heart this. Yay for a second MBS pattern!

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  2. I am so impressed with how this block is put together! You did a great job!

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  3. Love it, Alison! You did a wonderful job!

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  4. This is wonderful! Congratulations!

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  5. Oh wow what a gorgeous pattern and a lovely way to show off such pretty fabric :-)

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  6. Congrats on the publication and what a great pattern! I think it would look great in all solid fabric as well :) Lots of quilting design options too - love that! :)

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  7. Congrats on the publication of your second pattern. Looks fun and easy.

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  8. Lovely quilt and clever pattern!

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  9. love, love the bright color's in the finished quilt!

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  10. Adorable pattern! Congrats on another bake shop success!

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  11. I like this pattern. Would look great scrappy too.

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  12. Fun pattern. I really like the rich jewel tones you used, but this would be striking in a variety of palettes.

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