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Sandy Klop’s Quilt Block

Hello all,

I could give you an excuse for this post being late today or I could give you an interesting story about driving home late at night from my uncle’s funeral and having a flat tire in South Dallas late at night, BUT this post isn’t about me it is about Sandy Klop and her holiday gift to all of the loyal moda blog readers.
Sandy does not have a blog so she has asked us to post her block and her recipe.
Sandy, sorry I am late to post. It is hard to get good help, isn’t it?!
Sandy is known in the quilting world as an over achiever. We asked her to make and design a 12″ quilt block for the moda schoolhouse in Salt Lake City. She made a block and of course made an entire quilt using that same block.  Did you notice that at moda we have several designers that are overachievers?
The above quilt is made from Sandy’s Pezzy prints and pindots. How Festive and fun!
 Each of the blocks were designed using a fat eighth of 3 fabrics. Sandy’s quilt block seemed to match her recipe as well.
To download a printable version of the pattern and the recipe, click .here.
To see the newest projects that Sandy is working on visit her website.

Visit the other moda designers posting thier quilt blocks today.

Basic Grey

Jan Patek

American Jane
Pieces from my Heart

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67 thoughts on “Sandy Klop’s Quilt Block

  1. Yay, Lissa! Thanks for coming through and yay, Sandy, a block without applique! And a complete quilt showing the block. Moda designers are the best!

  2. What a beautiful block – wish I was an over achiever like that – amazing job Sandy! Thank you for sharing your talent with us.

  3. Well Lissa, life happens. Sorry for your loss. Sorry you had to go thru a flat tire on top of it all. Thankful you were able to post at all – amazing job – Moda is blessed to have you.

  4. Thank you for posting Sandy’s lovely block and recipe.

    I hope you are recovered from the flat tyre at such an inauspicious time.

    (Thinks…. Is there ever a good time for a flat tyre??)

  5. Thank you Sandy for your beautiful block and quilt too. I just adore your new fabric line. I am really hoping I will be able to get some for myself.

    Have a wonderful holiday.

  6. Thank you for the block, quilt design, and recipe from S.Klop. Lisa, Hope you recover from your difficult travel experience. This is a nice closing post for the Moda Blog Hop.

  7. Thank you for sharing the block and the recipe. I’m sorry to hear you had a rough day but I do hope your weekend is going well. Merry Christmas to all!

  8. I hope today was better than yesterday! Thanks for the block and recipe. I’m confused on the recipe, do you put the filling on top of the baked part?

  9. Hooray! More circles just loving this Moda year because circles keep bubbling up anywhere. The brights are dazzling happiness. Thank you, Sandy.

  10. Love my Sandy! So glad you blogged for her, I cannot talk her into starting a blog, she’s too busy making quilts!!! I’m a lucky girl to be her quilter. She has been my MENTOR for 16 years!

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