#modasamplershuffle week ten- finale

OK  LET'S GO!

HERE ARE YOUR PATTERNS FOR THIS WEEK

The final 3 blocks:

BLOCK TWENTY-EIGHT

BLOCK TWENTY-NINE

BLOCK THIRTY!


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 fəˈnalē,fəˈnälē/ noun

  1. the last part of a piece of music, a performance, or a public event, especially when particularly dramatic or exciting. synonyms:climax, culmination; 

 I can't believe how quickly the 10 weeks have sped by,

Well- the sampler shuffle is  not quite over, this is not really the LAST part of this fun project; we will still need to set these 30 blocks into a quilt:

Moda has designed an awesome setting for this bounty of blocks: CLICK  HERE to download the MODA SAMPLER SHUFFLE SETTING PATTERN.

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If you are going to put  your sampler blocks together in your own way....CLICK HERE to find out how to be a part of our SAMPLER SCRAMBLE CONTEST - you could win a bundle of Fat Quarters!


WEEK ten - WHAT CAROL DID:

 

  • Worked on blocks 28, 29 and 30
  • got SO busy with inventory and a BIG SALE in the quilt shop I didn't get much else done for this blog post - but I will add some more info so.... - I thought I had better get these last 3 blocks up  early for you to work on over the rest of the NEW YEAR'S holiday weekend. 

I found that I needed to cut four 2" squares of background ( the pattern says cut 2)- You would figure that out when you make your block - but I thought I would mention it :)

My two sets of BLOCKS 28 29 and 30

My two sets of BLOCKS 28 29 and 30


Wendy came by the shop this week and shared her shuffle blocks.  Her fabrics are from the Country Orchard collection by Blackbird Designs for Moda.  Thank you for sharing Wendy!

Wendy came by the shop this week and shared her shuffle blocks.  Her fabrics are from the Country Orchard collection by Blackbird Designs for Moda.  Thank you for sharing Wendy!

WE'D LOVE TO SEE YOUR SAMPLER BLOCKS! IF YOU'D LIKE TO SHARE YOUR BLOCK PHOTOS: 

YOU CAN POST YOUR BLOCK  PICTURES AND COMMENTS ON OUR FACEBOOK PAGE OR I'LL POST THEM FOR YOU JUST SEND THEM IN AN EMAIL TO ME : CAROL@ROCKINGCHAIRQUILTS.COM



YOU CAN POST YOUR BLOCK  PICTURES AND COMMENTS ON OUR FACEBOOK PAGE OR

THERE IS A COMMENT AREA BELOW- IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO SHARE YOUR PROGRESS OR IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS ABOUT THE MODA SAMPLER SHUFFLE  -

SEND ME YOUR BLOCK PHOTOS AND I WILL PASTE THEM RIGHT HERE! 

EMAIL : CAROL@ROCKINGCHAIRQUILTS.COM


#MODASAMPLERSHUFFLE WEEK ONE

IT HAS BEGUN WITH WEEK ONE!  

 

Here are ALL the sampler shuffle patterns .

All 30 BLOCKS and the SETTING, BORDER and TRIANGLE tip sheets. YAY!

QUILT SETTING PATTERN

EASY TRIANGLES

INNER BORDER


BLOCK ONE

BLOCK TWO

BLOCK THREE

BLOCK FOUR

BLOCK FIVE

BLOCK SIX

BLOCK SEVEN

BLOCK EIGHT

BLOCK NINE

BLOCK TEN

BLOCK ELEVEN

BLOCK TWELVE

BLOCK THIRTEEN

BLOCK FOURTEEN

BLOCK FIFTEEN

BLOCK SIXTEEN

BLOCK SEVENTEEN

BLOCK EIGHTEEN

BLOCK NINETEEN

BLOCK TWENTY

BLOCK TWENTY-ONE

BLOCK TWENTY-TWO

BLOCK TWENTY-THREE

BLOCK TWENTY-FOUR

BLOCK TWENTY-FIVE

BLOCK TWENTY-SIX

BLOCK TWENTY-SEVEN

 

BLOCK TWENTY-EIGHT

BLOCK TWENTY-NINE

BLOCK THIRTY!

CLICK HERE to read more  details about  the Sampler Shuffle  and Rocking Chair Quilt's  SAMPLER SCRAMBLE contest 

I hope you will all sew along with MODA and make an outstanding sampler quilt.   I will be sharing some tips, tools,  and pictures each week as I am sewing these blocks.  Maybe it will help you decide what to do, or in some cases , what NOT to do- lol


WEEK ONE - WHAT CAROL DID:

STARTED SOMERSET SHUFFLE AND BABY SHUFFLE 


I'm going to use fabrics from Somerset by Fig Tree Quilts -  for my shuffle blocks.  I love this fabric and haven't had  a chance to sew something with it.  I  will give it a try and see how it turns into a beautiful sampler quilt in the coming weeks

BLOCK ONE

You can make your half square triangles for BLOCK ONE using your favorite method.   Triangle papers, specialty rulers, drawing a line diagonally across the square and sewing on each side. What  is your favorite?  Drawing a diagonal is what is outlined in  your Block One pattern by Pat Sloan so that is what I did for my first BLOCK ONE

You can make your half square triangles for BLOCK ONE using your favorite method.   Triangle papers, specialty rulers, drawing a line diagonally across the square and sewing on each side. What  is your favorite?  Drawing a diagonal is what is outlined in  your Block One pattern by Pat Sloan so that is what I did for my first BLOCK ONE

I found that my half square triangles came out slightly over sized  - so it is best to square them up to 2" (unfinished)  before assembling your block. If you don't , your blocks may have the lovely wonky 'pleated' effect on as I have achieved - see pictures.  It's a good thing that they come out oversize and can be squared up - we are working pretty small here with the 6" block size. Going forward I will not be in such a hurry and square things up before I sew the blocks together. 

I found that my half square triangles came out slightly over sized  - so it is best to square them up to 2" (unfinished)  before assembling your block. If you don't , your blocks may have the lovely wonky 'pleated' effect on as I have achieved - see pictures.  It's a good thing that they come out oversize and can be squared up - we are working pretty small here with the 6" block size. Going forward I will not be in such a hurry and square things up before I sew the blocks together. 

BLOCK ONE

                                              BLOCK ONE SOMERSET -light background

                                              BLOCK ONE SOMERSET -light background

BLOCK ONE

BLOCK ONE with values reversed.  I think I like this version best right now.  ( I will make a new one without pleats though :)

BLOCK ONE with values reversed.  I think I like this version best right now.  ( I will make a new one without pleats though :)

BLOCK TWO

BLOCK TWO

Somerset Fabrics  - a made a 2nd BLOCK TWO so I can shuffle them all into my quilt later.  My! - how different BLOCK TWO looks when you change where you place the light and dark colors.  I predict that I will learn more about colors while we make this quilt.  (I have a lot to learn!)

Somerset Fabrics - a made a 2nd BLOCK TWO so I can shuffle them all into my quilt later.  My! - how different BLOCK TWO looks when you change where you place the light and dark colors.  I predict that I will learn more about colors while we make this quilt.  (I have a lot to learn!)

BLOCK THREE

Here are the blocks 1, 2 and 3 .  I made a second block swapping out the values whenever I wanted to see  how it would change.  I am really looking forward to seeing next weeks free block patterns now.  Thank you for reading this today.  There is a comment area below if you would like to comment or have a question about the MODA SAMPLER SHUFFLE

Here are the blocks 1, 2 and 3 .  I made a second block swapping out the values whenever I wanted to see  how it would change.  I am really looking forward to seeing next weeks free block patterns now.

Thank you for reading this today.  There is a comment area below if you would like to comment or have a question about the MODA SAMPLER SHUFFLE

And.... because I can never get enough time at the sewing machine I am going make a SECOND set of blocks using   Bella Solid Junior Jelly Roll  or two, some  Bella Solids yardage  and my background on these block is  Moda's white on white  with a pattern of itty bitty diaper pins on it.  Pretty cute fabric and my plan is that it will turn into an adorable baby sampler.  While I'm looking at this picture , I'm already thinking I may need to throw another solid color into the mix.  Maybe yellow?  I will get started on these first blocks and see how it looks.

And.... because I can never get enough time at the sewing machine I am going make a SECOND set of blocks using  Bella Solid Junior Jelly Roll or two, some Bella Solids yardage and my background on these block is Moda's white on white with a pattern of itty bitty diaper pins on it.  Pretty cute fabric and my plan is that it will turn into an adorable baby sampler.  While I'm looking at this picture , I'm already thinking I may need to throw another solid color into the mix.  Maybe yellow?  I will get started on these first blocks and see how it looks.

I used my  CLEARLY PERFECT ANGLES  cling to sew the half square triangles on BLOCK ONE of my Baby Shuffle quilt. I don't have to draw any lines on the fabric squares. Click  HERE  to visit this product in our shop.

I used my CLEARLY PERFECT ANGLES cling to sew the half square triangles on BLOCK ONE of my Baby Shuffle quilt. I don't have to draw any lines on the fabric squares. Click HERE to visit this product in our shop.

BLOCK ONE

                                                      BLOCK ONE BABY SHUFFLE

                                                      BLOCK ONE BABY SHUFFLE

BLOCK TWO

                                                  BLOCK TWO BABY SHUFFLE

                                                  BLOCK TWO BABY SHUFFLE

BLOCK THREE

 
 

Here is a photo from MODA of the SAMPLER SHUFFLE quilt.  This quilt uses the setting pattern that you can download at the top of this page.  Since your pattern is in grayscale I thought you would like to see it in this colorful photo to help you with your fabric choosing . these fabrics are from Mille Couleurs by 3 Sisters and Color Daze by Laundry Basket Quilts - Edyta Sitar.   It sure is pretty!

Thanks for visiting! Please share pictures of your blocks if you like :  YOU can post your BLOCK  pictures on our  FACEBOOK PAGE  or send them in an email to me : Carol@RockingChairQuilts.com

Thanks for visiting! Please share pictures of your blocks if you like :

YOU can post your BLOCK  pictures on our FACEBOOK PAGE or send them in an email to me : Carol@RockingChairQuilts.com

Richy Lainson Jr. is sewing along with MODA and all of you! He was so kind to share this picture on Facebook with us.  His points are so sharp and perfect - he posted that he uses Marti Michell's templates to get perfect points. Thank you Richy!

Richy Lainson Jr. is sewing along with MODA and all of you! He was so kind to share this picture on Facebook with us.  His points are so sharp and perfect - he posted that he uses Marti Michell's templates to get perfect points. Thank you Richy!