::Mod TV Quilt Top::
August 25, 2013 by sewkatiedid
I have a million projects in some stage of process so it seemed like a perfect time to start something new.
It all came about due to this reversible double gauze I bought at Drygoods. My plan was some hand-stitchin’ on it while on our Tahoe trip.
It didn’t even make it to the hoop. This is how far I made it on the piece of Osnaburgh that was already there.
I wanted to put both the Osnaburgh and the double-gauze to work, so I started by digging through Quilting Modern to find the perfect quilt to remake. I decided on Mod TV since I have some Log Cabin Workshops coming up. Then it was onto the color combo. My fabric stack was inspired somewhat by this quilt.
I even like it from the back.
Of course I had zero fabric for the back in my stash that went, so I again made a trip to Drygoods and picked up this lovely flannel Timeless Treasures crosshatch. With a little added piecing it will be done and ready to quilt with the same design as the book’s version.
If you are looking for a quick quilt top this pattern is the one to go for. I cut all my centers, placed them up on my design wall and essentially went by the photo in the book.
Happy Sunday sewing!