Sunday, April 19, 2015

AQS Quilt Week - Paducah Bound!

Well.... not me -- but I am excited and honored that you'll find two of my quilts in the Moda/United Notions Booth #4508 at Paducah 2015!!  Woohoo!
Downtown Paducah - Image Courtesy AQS
How cool is that ??   Thank you Moda Bake Shop!!

Yep -- be on the lookout for Chevron with a Twist
Showing off a sweet little Redbird and Faux Ruched Flowers
And quilted using my Janome Horizon and The QP Curve Templates...

I do hope you have a chance to see it in person.
And while you're there -- be sure to look for the Original Hearts Content Decorative Pillow

The 2nd Heart's Content Decorative Pillow
It will also be located in the Moda/United Notions booth...
The pillow shown above is the 2nd Heart's Content Decorative pillow - made from Jelly roll strips leftover from the original Jelly Roll -- I love that you can make two pillows with one Jelly Roll.

Both "quilts" are sporting shiny new labels -- attached just prior to being packaged for shipping...

Both quilts were
  • designed and shared as tutorials (aka recipes) on the Moda Bake Shop!
  • made with the lovely Heart's Content fabric by Edyta Sitar/Laundry Basket Quilts for Moda 
  • made using Aurifil thread and Quilters Dream Wool batting
  • quilted on my home sewing machine (Janome Horizon 7700)

I'm just so honored to have them there - and very thankful to Moda/United Notions and the Moda Bake Shop for providing many the opportunity to design with their awesome fabric...  It's so much fun!!

You can find the original Chevron with a Twist recipe here: Moda Bake Shop Chevron w/ a Twist
You can find the original Heart's Content Decorative Pillow recipe here: Moda Bake Shop HC Pillow
You can find tutorials for quilting Chevron with a Twist here: Karen's Blog Chevron w/ a Twist

If you happen to see either quilt - I would LOVE to see pictures -- just email to redbirdquiltco at gmail dot com...  post on my Facebook page (RedbirdQuiltCo) or on Instagram tagging @redbirdquiltco -- Thank you so much!!

Have a fantastic time at Paducah!   Tell the crew at the Moda booth "Hello" and "Thank You" from me....

Maybe next year I'll meet you there...
Hugs,
Karen

12 comments:

  1. Very exciting news Karen, what a wonderful honour. I hope someone's able to take a photo of them in their booth for you!!
    Maybe next year I'll meet you there too!

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  2. Exciting times! Wishing you the very best of fun!

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  3. I need to make a note of this so I make sure that I look for your beautiful work.

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  4. That's certainly fun to have your quilts on display - congrats! However, you should have made a stipulation to Moda that you must attend the show to chaperone your quilts :)

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  5. Oh, Karen......I'm not able to go either (insert unhappy face) BUT am teaching 2 beginner FMQ workshops on Saturday. NEXT YEAR.....we'll do a "meet-up"....I'm going to start planning now!!!! LOL!!!!!!! Congrats on the 2 Bake Shop pieces (they just happen to be my absolute faves!!!!!!!!!). Major hugs comin' at ya......................

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  6. that is so exciting. You should be very proud. Congrats!

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  7. That is very cool! Congratulations!

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  8. Your work is stunning. Congrat;s and thanks for sharing so much with us out here in blog land.

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  9. That chevron quilt is utterly, utterly wonderful.
    Congrats indeed!

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  10. Congrats to you - wish I could be there to see them in person.

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  11. Wow!!! This is stunning!! Also wanted you to know I found your tutorial on Moda very helpful as I stopped by to get someFMQ inspiriation for a tablerunner I'm finishing that has some wool flowers on it. Thanks!! (And yes, congrats!)

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  12. It was very useful for me. Keep sharing such ideas in the future as well. This was actually what I was looking for, and I am glad to came here! Thanks for sharing the such information with us.

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Thank you for your Sweet comments!