I bought the pattern for “My Favorite Color is Moda”, thinking I would repurpose the fabrics I had decided not to make into a temperature quilt.
Block 1 was big (36″ square!) and bright:
Then I found that many of the other blocks were repeated in different color combinations. Oops, I don’t like making the same block twice. Made a few anyway.
Things went sideways for me from there, though two of my friends finished their quilt tops and one even has it quilted and on her bed already!
So I simply made block 1, which was 36″ x 36″, into a quilt to be donated to Ronald McDonald House. They send that size to the hospital for use on preemie incubators.
Anybody else doing this pattern? How’s it coming along?
It’s nice to find a way to finish a project that didn’t turn out quite as intended. Good for you! I’m sure that will be a bright, happy and positive addition to a baby’s incubator.
I was surprised at the way they are used, but 36” is an easy size to make.
Lovely bold blocks. I also get bored if stitching the same pattern block more than once.
It’s a good pattern when the repeats are left out 😁
Oh the blues and oranges on that first block are yummy! That is awesome your turned the block into a small donation quilt!