Thursday, August 4, 2011

Apple Crate - a quilt tutorial


Good morning! I am excited because today I am sharing Apple Crate, my second quilt tutorial over at the Moda Bakeshop.  Remember this Flea Market Fancy quilt that I made back in the beginning of the year?  Yep, it is that pattern.  Since then I've had so many requests for a tutorial, and now I finally have one for you!

If you are here visiting for the first time, welcome!  I'm so happy you to have you.  You can read a little bit about me, see my latest quilt finish, and my two current WIP's.  If you are already one of my wonderful readers, please head over to the bakeshop and say hi!!  I really appreciate the comments that you leave for me over there.  You can find my post and tutorial here.

xo Angela

34 comments:

  1. Very nice, Angela! Congratulations!!

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  2. Gorgeous, gorgeous!!! I'm heading over to see the tutorial now! :)

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  3. I have this fabric on order and now I know how to use it. the white makes apple crate really pop.

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  4. Congratulations on your second Moda recipe! It looks great!

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  5. I think this is the perfect quilt pattern, clever you!
    xx

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  6. 2 die 4! Love, love, love it. I am putting on my to-do list.

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  7. Thanks for a super tutorial, Angela!

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  8. Ooooh! I love it! I have been looking for something like this for a while. I love you work, it's all just so pretty!

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  9. Great quilt! Thanks for sharing the pattern.

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  10. Great pattern, which obviously looks good in any fabric. The quilts are both wonderful. And I just won a Little Apples jelly roll yesterday, so I'm heading over to MBS!

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  11. really awesome angela! I love it. it looks so soft and cuddly!

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  12. totally love it~now on my way to the bake shop!! thanks for sharing your 'recipe' ~xo~

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  13. Cute quilts! Love the fabric choice! Thanks for sharing!

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  14. You are an enabler!!! LOL. Great pattern. I printed it and am making it with some fabric I dyed a few weeks ago. Thanks.

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  15. I took a trip to the Moda Bakeshop. Really like your pattern.

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  16. super cute! and I love the name!!

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  17. Angela - this looks amazing! I so enjoy your blog and your quilts are so inspiring. Congrats on your bake shop publication - definitely adding this to my quilt-to-do list. But my favorite of yours by far is your Hope Valley string quilt. LOVE IT!!!

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  18. Cute quilt and what a fun name :)

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  19. You are fully awesome:) Thanks!

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  20. Just wanted to let you know that I posted a link on my blog to your MBS tutorial for this quilt. Thanks for posting it! Great quilt. I'm on my way to make one now!

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  21. Congrats! This is such a happy quilt. It makes me smile! :)

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  22. I can't get enough of Little Apples.... Love your quilt!

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  23. I'm one of those people who asked you for a tutorial. Thank you for making it available to us!

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  24. I need to know if when you said ou needed two jelly rolls were you meaning one of white and one of a pattern or two of the pattern and white. Thanks, Joyce

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  25. Thanks for sharing the tutorial! I wound up using it for this quilt top! http://saltyoat.blogspot.com/2011/11/quilting-project-red-and-aqua-quilt.html

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  26. I absolutely love this quilt. I do not sew and have never been interested in quilts. However, I just saw this quilt and now I want to learn how to make it. It may be unrealistic of me to think I could make this since I don't even know how to sew. My grandmother has given me a sewing machine, but I haven't had any interest in trying to sew. I say all this just to let you know how this quilt pattern has inspired me! It is beautiful and unique!

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