Row By Row Quilts Are Super Fun

Rows Can Be Put Together In Many Combinations.

I you haven’t made a row quilt yet, you’ll love how you can mix and match the elements and end up with a quilt that’s all your own. Make a one of a kind quilt with your own signature style and colors. Use just one row for stunning table runners or using stand-alone rows in your decor.


You could start with a traditional patchwork row, and then add an row of Owls. The hedgehogs are just too sweet! Choose any of the critters or creatures.Take your pick of rows in four distinct categories, choose a theme and then make a row to add to your quilt, following the theme. With the addition of versatile blender rows, you have a row quilt that’s all your own.

Moda All Stars All In A Row Again

The rows can be put together in many different combinations. With a row quilt you don’t have to make too many of any one thing. Every line is a new adventure, with no rules as to how you combine them. Then add in several spacer rows.

Row quilts can have rows stacked, or you can add spacers between. Every row is showcased. There are pieced rows and appliqué rows, and some with additional texture like that blue and white quilt with the darling embroidered bird. It’s great fun choosing the rows and picking fabrics for them, deciding if fabrics want to be Spring flowers, or maybe a row of happy posies.

All In A Row Again Quilt with embroidered bird

Stitch up the stand alone Sand Pails row for a summertime table runner. Use parts of the row for other projects. They are so unique, you can do a bit at a time and still feel like you’ve accomplished something.

Moda’s ‘All In A Row Again’ book has 23 new rows to go with the 24 rows in their first volume ‘All In A Row Volume One’, available here.

‘All In a Row Again’ has critters and creatures, the owl, hedgehog, as well as Kathy Schmidt’s embroidered bird. Included are ten super-cute ‘filler’ rows, something to add a little break between the designer rows. If you have had no rowing experience, you will love the variety of scrap and row quilts.


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