Tropical Punch Tutorial for Moda Bake Shop

I’m back with another tutorial for Moda Bake Shop!

tropical-punch-cover

I am so thrilled with how this quilt turned out. Meadowbloom is seriously gorgeous and I think it was the perfect collection for this pattern. Since it is the Summer of Bella Solids, and you know I love my solids, I thought it would be fun to mockup a version of the quilt in various solid colors.

If I were to make a throw quilt I would have 6 rows of 5 blocks, so 30 blocks total. With sashing the end quilt would measure 58″ x 70.”  I think this palette is perfect for summer.

Tropical Punch | Must Love Quilts

I used Moda’s nifty Palette Builder by Play Crafts to figure out which Bella Solids would work best. It was so simple and I didn’t even have to whip out my Bella Color Card!

bella solids-palette (1)

Aqua 9900-34

Peacock 9900-216

Mango 9900-222

House Lime 9900-173

Jade 9900-108

Baby Yellow 9900-31

Last but not least, here is a coloring page for y’all so you can play around with color placement for your own quilts! Just click on the image to bring it up to full size in your browser, and print from there. Easy peasey.

coloring

Thanks for checking out my alternative version of Tropical Punch!

Piece Out,

Corinne

3 thoughts on “Tropical Punch Tutorial for Moda Bake Shop

  1. Such a great use of Meadowbloom, I fell in love with those prints when I saw them but couldn’t find the right project in my head to use them with. You did a lovely job putting all those gorgeous prints to work!

  2. I just read through this tutorial on Moda Bake Shop, but comments were closed, so I just had to find you to tell you that it’s one of the best tutorials I’ve ever read!

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