Moda Bake Shop – Easy as Cake
Looks like a lot of you are up before I am. Today one of my patterns got to be on Moda Bake Shop! I am thrilled! I named it Easy as Cake.
I did have another name picked out, but you will just have to dash over to Moda Bake Shop to read that story.
I love this quilt! I loved making this quilt! I love everything about this quilt! It is queen size, but very fast to make. The Verna fabric line is the epitome of spring. It makes me smile when I see it. Hope it makes you smile too!
If you are here at my blog for the first time, then welcome. You may be interested in the Jelly Roll Sampler Quilt Along that we are starting March 1st.
For those who have signed up, some of you are a little nervous. Don’t be! This won’t be too hard. I’ve got a great group of designers lined up for you. AND if you have questions, you can always ask! To answer a couple questions:
Yes, I will be introducing these designers to you — soon.
Contrast, that is really a personal thing. Do you like quilts with contrast? I really like both. For example, in Easy with Cake the background has good contrast with the rest of the fabrics. That was my intent and I love it. On the other hand, I am just binding a quilt where I kept the contrast low. In that quilt, the blocks blend into each other and sometimes you can’t tell at a glance that one block is a nine patch etc. I also love that. I would think in term of contrast that way. Do you want your blocks to run together or do you want to see the separations. Choose your background/sashing fabric accordingly.
You can see that I am going for high contrast because I chose a white background to go along with my Attitude Girls jelly roll. I haven’t seen the blocks yet, so we will all find out together how they turn out.
That is the part I absolutely love the most — seeing the fabric combinations everyone comes up with!