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Fresh Fabric Treats: 16 Yummy Projects to Sew from Jelly Rolls, Layer Cakes & More with Your Favorite Moda Bake Shop Designers

Fresh Fabric Treats: 16 Yummy Projects to Sew from Jelly Rolls, Layer Cakes & More with Your Favorite Moda Bake Shop Designers

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Fresh Fabric Treats: 16 Yummy Projects to Sew from Jelly Rolls, Layer Cakes & More with Your Favorite Moda Bake Shop Designers

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May 1, 2011


Use your stash of precuts from the popular fabric company to treat yourself to quilts, table runners, pillows, totes and more!
In this deliciously inspiring book, 15 popular project designers from the Moda Bake Shop serve it up in style! Their recipes are simple: Start with a mix of Moda precuts, sprinkle in some eye-catching details, and then top it all off with creative garnishes. Easy-to-follow instructions, vibrant photographs, and a variety of clever tips make these projects a snap to complete!
“Is it the designers, the precuts or all the yummy Moda fabrics that draw us into this book? Oh heck, it’s all three! . . . In this case, the quilts are simple and doable (April in Paris is sooo pretty!), but the shine really comes from the other sewn projects. Just a bit more involved than beginner, Roslyn Mirrington’s Jewelry Wallet is so incredibly girly and useful for those of us who travel that our fingers were itching to make it. Jenny Garland’s Zippidy Doodle Bag is practically a no-brainer for kid-accompanied outings. (Skeptical? Just think about how many shoes you can try on while your 4-year-old works on the Cars 2 coloring book.) And Kimberly Walus’ Pack ’N’ Go Tote with a matching Sewing Kit is a fabulous combo for us sew-types. A perfect buy for gift givers or those of you drowning in precuts.”—Generation Q Magazine
May 1, 2011

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Fresh Fabric Treats - Moda Bake Shop

Text, Photography, and Artwork copyright © 2011 by C&T Publishing, Inc.

Publisher: Amy Marson

Creative Director: Gailen Runge

Acquisitions Editor: Susanne Woods Editor: Cynthia Bix

Technical Editors: Ann Haley and Carolyn Aune

Book Designer: Kristen Yenche

Cover Designer/Design Director: Kristy Zacharias

Production Coordinator: Zinnia Heinzmann

Production Editor: Alice Mace Nakanishi

Illustrator: Mary Flynn

Photography by Christina Carty-Francis and Diane Pedersen of C&T Publishing, Inc., unless otherwise noted. How-to photos by individual contributors unless otherwise noted.

Published by Stash Books, an imprint of C&T Publishing, Inc., P.O. Box 1456, Lafayette, CA 94549,

All rights reserved. No part of this work covered by the copyright hereon may be used in any form or reproduced by any means—graphic, electronic, or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, taping, or information storage and retrieval systems—without written permission from the publisher. The copyrights on individual artworks are retained by the artists as noted in Fresh Fabric Treats. These designs may be used to make items only for personal use or donation to nonprofit groups for sale. Each piece of finished merchandise for sale must carry a conspicuous label with the following information: The artist’s name and the phrase: "Designs copyright © 2011 by C&T Publishing from the book Fresh Fabric Treats from C&T Publishing, Inc."

Attention Copy Shops: Please note the following exception—publisher gives permission to photocopy pages 35–38, 64, and 90 for personal use only.

Attention Teachers: C&T Publishing, Inc., encourages you to use this book as a text for teaching. Contact us at 80 0-284-1114 or for lesson plans and information about the C&T Creative Troupe.

We take great care to ensure that the information included in our products is accurate and presented in good faith, but no warranty is provided nor are results guaranteed. Having no control over the choices of materials or procedures used, neither the author nor C&T Publishing, Inc., shall have any liability to any person or entity with respect to any loss or damage caused directly or indirectly by the information contained in this book. For your convenience, we post an up-to-date listing of corrections on our website ( If a correction is not already noted, please contact our customer service department at or at P.O. Box 1456, Lafayette,CA 94549.

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Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data

Fresh fabric treats : 16 yummy projects from jelly rolls, layer cakes & more— with your favorite Moda Bake Shop designers.

      p. cm.

ISBN 978-1-60705-351-4 (softcover)

1. Machine quilting—Patterns. 2. Patchwork—Patterns. 3. Quilting—Computer network resources.

I. C&T Publishing. II. Title.

TT835.F748 2011



10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1



A few words from Mark Dunn, owner and president of Moda Fabrics

Equivalent Measures

Precut Choices from Moda

Bake Shop Recipes

Pretty and useful projects from quilts to totes

April in Paris Quilt

Super Stars Quilt

Flag Baby Quilt and Banner

Rock Garden Quilt

It’s a Picnic Kind of Day Quilt

Wonky Nine-Patch Quilt

Summer Sorbet Quilt

Block Holder Books

Gathered Table Runner

Vintage Postage Stamp Pillow

Pack ‘N’ Go Tote

Make Life Sewing Kit

Jewelry Wallet

Zippity Doodle Bag

Shirt Off My Bag Tiny Tote Bag

The September Bag, Laptop Sleeve, and Storage Pouch

Finishing Touches

A little how-to help to layer, quilt, and bind your quilt

Meet the Chefs

Your favorite Moda Bake Shop Designers


I first became involved in the world of quiltmaking in the 1970s, when this traditional art form was experiencing an exciting renaissance—partly in response to the 1976 United States bicentennial celebrations. Today we’re in the midst of another modern revival of this art form that is equally exciting.

In the 1970s, factors that contributed to the evolution of quiltmaking included the introduction of fine quilting by machine, and later, the longarm quilting machine. Both made quilting less time-consuming and more achievable.

An important factor in today’s quiltmaking rebirth is the introduction of precut fabrics. Many people are turning to quilting as an outlet for creativity as well as a form of therapy in response to hectic, demanding modern lifestyles. Moda’s precuts take some of the stress out of the process. By eliminating the need for lots of tedious and time-consuming rotary cutting, precuts enable a quiltmaker to complete piecing a project in a matter of days rather than weeks.

You’ll see a selection of Moda precuts in this book (page 7). These precut fabrics come in different sizes for different applications. For example, Jelly Rolls are perfect for strip quilting, while Charm Squares and Layer Cakes are great for patchwork. And precuts are handy for making non-quilt projects, such as tote bags and pillows.

Mixing and matching the variety of precuts with Moda’s beautiful and varied fabric collections creates endless possibilities. Whether you are making a traditional family heirloom, a museum-quality art quilt, or anything in between, precut fabrics can be all or part of your creation. Precuts are also excellent for beginning sewing and for quick and easy patterns.

If you are familiar with Moda Bake Shop (, you know that there we offer online patterns using precuts for so many creative projects, created by a group of talented designers. In this book, you will see exciting new patterns created by some of your favorite Bake Shop designers. There’s something for everyone—from full-size quilts to sewing kits to a bag for carrying a laptop computer—and something for every skill level.

This book celebrates Moda precuts and all the great projects you can create with them. I hope our Moda precut fabrics make your sewing enjoyable and rewarding.

—Mark Dunn, owner and president of Moda Fabrics


April in Paris Quilt


Foundation: 1 Layer Cake in Bella Solids

Strips: 1 Jelly Roll and 1 Honey Bun or scraps totaling 4 yards (If using scraps, cut them into assorted strips varying in width from 1″ –2½″.)

Backing and binding: 3¾ yards fabric

• Cut 1 section 62″ × width of fabric for the backing.

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