Mod-Mood Quilt Challenge ~ You Can Do It

I’m delighted to receive so many new visitors to my site from True Up, Craftzine and others. If you are entertaining the idea of crafting your own Mod-Mood Quilt, I’m here to encourage and support you. Your mod-mood quilt will turn out to be a one-of-a-kind masterpiece. I guarantee it! You will also learn something important about yourself during the process. If you take the mod-mood quilt challenge, I encourage you to blog about your process as it unfolds. I’m starting a blogroll of everyone who is working on their own version of a mod-mood quilt. Grab and post the button on your blog, and leave a comment with a link to your blog, to be added.

If you don’t have a blog, join the conversation by posting images of your process through the Mod-Mood Quilt Flickr pool. The beauty of improv is that we all do it differently, so the opportunities to learn from each other are abundant. If you are entertaining the idea of making your own mod-mood quilt, I want to hear from you. What strikes your fancy? What’s holding you back? Join the challenge!

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14 Responses to Mod-Mood Quilt Challenge ~ You Can Do It

  1. This is by far the most challenging quilt-a-long I’ve had the privilege to be a part of. Thank you.

  2. Cathy H says:

    I saw a link to your blog on The Quilting Edge blog……..and now I have the link on my blog…..your work is so unusual…….and I love it……it is going to take me right out of my comfort zone…….but I think I need that at this stage…..looking forward to starting your mod-mood quilts……

  3. Denise says:

    I am very late to this party, but it’s the perfect idea for the very non-traditional wedding quilt I want to make … my friends are river rafters, wildlife guides, foodies . . . blues and greens and grays and bits of red and orange. I’ve been thinking about how to do a very modern double wedding ring ,. . . I think this will be more of a double curved horizon.
    thanks Denise

  4. Kristin says:

    I’m completely terrified to start quilting mine, but I’ve joined the party!

  5. sarah hemm says:

    ooh awesome! I’ve added the button and will be blogging my progress! thanks :)

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  7. Mary says:

    Hi. I am grabbing your button to remind me to start this quilt. I was totally intimidated till I saw the post from the blue chair and hers is 30×30. I NEVER think about making small quilts but small makes this one doable. Soon as I finish this damn hst quilt I can’t wait to start mod mood. Thanks for the inspiration.

  8. Sherri Lynn, I added your button to my blog. I am going to have to give this quilt a try…I am rather timid around curves, so this will be good for me to do.

    • Sherri Lynn Wood says:

      Thanks Mary-Michael! I can’t wait to see what you come up with – especially your moody colors. I saw the work on your blog and I think you’ll be able to handle the curves. Keep me posted.

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  10. Jean says:

    Very interesting technique. I have done some free cutting curved piecing, but nothing like this. Can’t wait to try it!

  11. Jen Eskridge says:

    Yeh, that quilt is very cool. Your technique is really neat too- it looks very do-able!

  12. Lisa Allen says:

    Craftzine was my introduction and I am *so excited*! I’ve added the button to my blog and joined the flickr pool. Now to gather my fabrics, read the instructions, and get going with my quilt. Cannot wait for the colorful excitement to begin.

    • Sherri Lynn Wood says:

      Your blog and work looks fantastic Lisa. I can’t wait to see what how your mod-mood quilt turns out!

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