MoMo Wonderland Redux

MoMo Redux Front

Finally, the quilt I’ve been working on here and there for 2 months is finished! Several projects came and went while my second MoMo Wonderland quilt sat waiting patiently for me to find time to work on it. Last night, while the snow was falling and we were watching Charlie Brown, I finally found the time to hand stitch the binding.

I just love this fabric and sadly, this is the last of my stash. I used a layer cake for the front. I cut each piece in half, sewed 2 together and then cut them to squares. The back is my favorite MoMo Wonderland print – the butterflies. I just happened to stumble across them at one of my local quilt shops. So lucky!

I quilted this one with straight lines. It was my first time using the walking foot on my new Bernina. W-O-W. It is SO much better than my old Walmart Brother walking foot! I see a lot more straight line quilting in my future. In one direction, the lines are quilted 1/4″ on each side of the seams. (So 2 lines in that direction) In the other direction I quilted down the seams. (So 1 line in that direction). The final quilt measures 38″ x 54″.

MoMo Redux Back

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18 Comments

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    Sophia Aster [Lisa]

    December 9, 2009

    I LOVE this. Wonderland is also one of my favorites. I love that you’ve used the butterfly print for the backing. Gorgeous quilt!

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    Cristin

    December 9, 2009

    Its gorgeous – well done! LOVE the butterfly back too!

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    Suzanne

    December 9, 2009

    It looks great! With fabrics like these a simple block looks soooo good!

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    Melanie

    December 9, 2009

    Beautiful job! It’s really cute.

    P.S. I love your blog header! So bright and fun!

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      foiplus

      December 9, 2009

      Thank you!!

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    Alisa

    December 9, 2009

    I love it. I love this line too, and you’ve made it look super.

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    Kate

    December 9, 2009

    Gorgeous! You can’t go past the bernina walking foot x

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    MichelleB

    December 10, 2009

    I love it! I love that back, too. I use my Bernina walking foot for so many things – I would be lost without it!

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    arlijohn

    December 10, 2009

    Really cute and fun quilt. The butterflies are just the right finish.

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    Krystyn

    December 10, 2009

    Beautiful!!! I have been procrastinating on doing the binding on my very first quilt because I’ve heard how difficult it is…I’ll probably mess it up.

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      foiplus

      December 10, 2009

      It really is not hard – you should give it a try! Really, if you’ve made it all the way to the binding, the hard part is done. You can do it!

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    Krystyn

    December 10, 2009

    Thanks for the kind words of encouragement…I just trimmed all the excess batting off the quilt, so it’s “officially” ready…now to cut the fabric for the binding…or rather, decide which fabric i’ll use for that part…

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    Emily

    December 11, 2009

    Oh I have that layer cake waiting here for me! I love what you did with yours! Very inspiring!!

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    Diane

    January 3, 2010

    oooh… I just got my bernina walking foot this last week so its great to see that you used your to such great advantage!

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    leanne

    January 12, 2010

    beautiful material. i so surprised that all these multicolored fabric work so well together. also i love the butterfly back. it is divine.

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    handmadeeverafter

    February 28, 2010

    This is so GORGEOUS!!

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    Sharon

    February 18, 2016

    What are the size of your rectangles? And where did you purchase the butterfly backing? Beautiful quilt!

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      Faith

      February 18, 2016

      Hi Sharon! Thanks for your comment. Hmmm, this quilt was made 6 years ago and I don’t have it anymore…but it looks like I said I cut a layer cake in half. So I’m guessing they are 5″ x 10″. The fabric is all from the MoMo Wonderland line by Moda which is now out of print.

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