Moda Bake Shop – Trifle Dish Sew Along

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I’m a little late in sharing this with you, but Moda Bake Shop has started a sewing challenge this week.  They asked us “Chefs”s to use our favorite pre-cuts and design a block to make up a row quilt.  The blocks are sweet as can be and Oda May picked her favorites to layer together in a wonderful project that they are calling the Trifle Dish Quilt.

Below are all of the details that can be found at Moda Bake Shop.

Each post in the Trifle Dish Sew-Along includes instructions to make the block shown with fabric requirements for that block and row.  Instructions typically include options for using a few of our different pre-cuts.  The Trifle Dish Quilt was designed to be scrap-friendly and to allow you to combine your favorite Moda Fabrics collections.  Our version of the Trifle Dish Quilt is made using Storybook by Kate and Birdie, Mirabelle by Fig Tree and Co., and basics from the Moda Dottie line.

Here is the Trifle Dish Quilt Sew-Along schedule:

June 9: Layer 1 – Cherry Spools and Lady Fingers | Robin Nelson of Craft Sisters
{tutorial here}

June 11: Layer 2 – Orange Peel | Leila Gardunia of Sewn by Leila
{tutorial here}

June 13: Layer 3 – Pinwheels | Amanda Castor of Material Girl Quilts
June 15: Layer 4 – Strawberries | Anjeanette Klinder of AnjeanetteK
June 17: Layer 5 – Jewel Box | AnneMarie Chany of GenX Quilters
June 19: Layer 6 – Flowers | Cory Yoder of Little Miss Shabby
June 21: Layer 7 – Sponge Roll | Keera Job of Live.Love.Sew.
June 23: Layer 8 – Butterflies | Trish Poolson of Notes of Sincerity
June 25: Brick Border | Cheryl Brickey of Meadow Mist Designs

{Break from June 25 to July 1 to catch up on piecing}

July 1: Final Reveal {full pattern download} and reader link-up to win prizes

NOTE: Tutorials for each row will be published on the Moda Bake Shop on the dates shown.

My layer will be posted tomorrow!  You should check out the first two layers, both of them are adorable.  I’m not sure with my current schedule that I’ll be able to complete my Trifle Dish Quilt in time for the final link up, but I can assure you that I will make one, and hopefully this year :)
So, head on over to the Moda Bake Shop and check it out.
Amanda
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2 thoughts on “Moda Bake Shop – Trifle Dish Sew Along

  1. I really like your pinwheel pattern for the Trifle Dish. Cute how they are different across the row. It’s been a while since I’ve done a row quilt. This looks like a fun one. Thanks!

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