Mini Quilt-Along Final Week 4—Mix It Up with the Moda All-Stars

Posted by on January 27, 2020, in quilting & sewing, ,

Week 4

It’s time to quilt and bind your mini. If you’re not caught up, don’t worry! We’ll keep this page up with the instructions for each week, and you can come back when you’re ready.

Need some quilting design ideas? We’ve got you covered!

You can follow along for instructions each week by checking back here or watching us on Facebook and Instagram. Be sure to post pictures of your progress and use the tag #mixitupqal so we can see your posts. Hint: there’s a prize at the end, so be sure to use #mixitupqal to be entered.

Martingale staffers joined the quilt-along, and here are two of their Bubble and Froth quilts:

Virginia used Moda’s Mackinac Island line by Minick & Simpson for her Bubble and Froth mini.

Beth combined a variety of Moda fabrics, using a white print by Primitive Gatherings for her background and a mix of prints for the rest: All Hallow’s Eve by Fig Tree & Co.; At Home and Little Snippets by Bonnie & Camille; Farmhouse II by Joanna Figueroa, Fig Tree & Co; and Farm Girl Vintage by Lori Holt.

DID YOU KNOW? "Moda is donating royalties for this book to Feeding America. With your purchase of the book, you’re helping end hunger around the United States. Together, for every dollar we donate, we’ll be helping provide as many as 10 meals for hungry children and adults."  Lissa Alexander.

Prize Alert! If you’ve been quilting along, post your progress for a chance to win a $50 gift certificate at ShopMartingale! Simply post a pic on our Facebook or Instagram page each week. The more pics of your progress, the more chances to win. Be sure to use #mixitupqal to be entered. On February 3rd, we’ll draw a random winner from the pics that have been posted.

2 Comments (leave a comment)

  • Well, as usual- those of us that don’t use facebook or Instagram are excluded from your contest!!! WHy do you bother to have a website if you have to use another format for contest??? I am done with this.

    —Quilter on January 31, 2020
  • I, also, do not use facebook or instagram. It’s a shame that you do.

    —Sherbie Tollefson on February 22, 2020

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