Mod Pop is one of my favourite patterns. It was written by my friend Julie who blogs at Distant Pickles. There are links on her blog here if you want to buy the pattern and/or handy acrylic templates.
I started the Mod Pop QAL after pattern testing for Julie and making Whitewater, which is a baby size Mod Pop and is off living with a beautiful new baby. I wanted to make a king size Mod Pop and needed some friends to keep me going. Today we get to celebrate all the finished Mod Pop quilts from the QAL. The picture is above the information about the quilt and quilter.
This is the stunning very last finish. Ann, who blogs at Bright Side of Balance spent yesterday hand stitching the binding.
Jennifer from Knotted Thread finished this one which reminds me of oranges on a sunny blue sky day.
Shena who blogs at Apple Pie Patchwork named her luscious quilt More Wine Please.
This excellent Mod Pop was made by Diane from Quiltova and lives on her guest bed.
Terri, who blogs at Stuff and Things made this amazing ombre Mod Pop.
This is Alex's version of Mod Pop. She also used an ombre approach which creates a stunning effect in the middle. Alex blogs at She Creates an Outlet.
That is Cindy's Mod Pop which she gave to her brother. She blogs at Fluffy Sheep Quilting.
This one is by Anne from Play Crafts.
The back of Anne's Mop Pop shows another way to use this pattern.
Caroline from Trillium Design made this holiday version of the Mod Pop.
Her back is yet another way to use a single Mod Pop chain to great effect.
Jennie who blogs at Jennie's Threads made this sophisticated Mod Pop.
Debbie from A Quilter's Table made this purple Mod Pop and then took it out on for a whole photo shoot.
And there again is my king size Mod Pop - still without a name but I am working on that, thank you all for the great ideas.
There are still a bunch of people who are trailing along on the QAL and you can check out their progress so far in the Mod Pop QAL flickr group here. There are also links to help for sewing curves there and other tips on completing this quilt. Oh and the link to my post with the video about how to sew curves without pins is here.
Thank you to everyone who quilted along with me and to all our lovely sponsors, Pink Castle Fabrics, Fluffy Sheep Quilting and Dragonfly Fabrics.
I am enjoying my long weekend, I hope you are too.