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Birdie Stitches Supply List

Supply List:
Fabrics
(I am using Moda’s Sunkissed fabric line)
Jelly Roll or Layer Cake(if you want some extra–handy for pieced backs)
(OR)
2 Charm Packs(not as much left over)
2 yds. solid Fabric for block centers and sashwork/border (I am using Sunkissed Gray Solid 5448-15)
1 yd. Fabric for outer border
1/2 yd. Binding Fabric
3 1/2 yd. Backing Fabric
DMC Floss (Sunkissed Coordinates)
I picked up a skein of each color–I will be adding more as I go.  I will be using all 6 strands for my embroidery.
#801 (brown)
#472 (green)
#712 (cream)
#745 (yellow)
#962 (pink)
#3854 (orange)
I am also using the color Lunar Eclipse from Crescent Colours which is a shade of gray.  You can choose to substitute this for a DMC gray.
The finished quilt dimensions are approx. 52×66.

Comments (49)

  • so very excited! Need to go in my DMC stash and see what I have, otherwise I will have to make a trip to get some new thread! Can not wait to start, thanks again so much for sharing your talent with us. Jodie

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  • I can hardly wait! Your little birdies are just too cute!

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  • What will the dimensions of the finished quilt be, please?

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  • Sorry, another question. What color did you use for your background? I was looking at the pics on flicker, and one appears to be white and the other a silver gray, but wasn't sure if that was correct, or if my monitor is not displaying the colors correctly.

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  • Hey there! I'm trying to decide what fabric/if I should join in. So tempting! Can you say a few words about what the quilt will look like? Is this a baby quilt? Will the embroidery blocks be simple (like just the bird shown) or more elaborate/time consuming? Thanks!

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  • I am so looking forward to this BOM. I ordered a jelly roll today – Dream On by moda. Not sure what solid I'm going with yet. I was thinking about using a white on white or will that look funny, do you think?

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  • I can't wait. It will be so much fun!!

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  • I'm so excited!

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  • Count me in, These pics are too cute to refuse!!!

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  • really don't be needing to start something new but I love this quilt and stitching! I may have to join in!

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  • Thanks for the opportunity! Just venturing into
    quilting, but stitching for a while. This quilt is so cheery & beautiful!

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  • I don’t even think I have to buy anything for this!! I’m ready!

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  • I’m in! Ordered my layer cake yesterday and am so excited about this project. the stitchery and colors just seem so me…based on the little sneak peak we got anyway – LOL! 😉

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  • well, I couldn’t decide so I just ordered two charm packs of Fresh Flowers by Moda and two of Central Park by Kate Spain. I will have to decide when they get here which I will use… I liked them both online…
    Then to get some matching thread…
    This is gonna be FUN!

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  • I love the pattern….can’t wait to start!

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  • Just the thing to work on during the dark, cold winter nights!! Thanks so much for the patterns!!

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  • This quilt looks like so much fun. I like that it has some embroidery & some quilting.

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  • I can’t wait to get started on this! I have a moda jelly roll that will be perfect for it.

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  • I just discovered this BOM. Wow! I can not wait to get started. I have a really cute jelly roll with turquoise and a limey green print fabrics. These will be perfect for this project.

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  • […] Little Miss Shabby’s Birdie Stitches BOM […]

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  • I am so excited about following along and stitching up your cute blocks!! Thanks for the lovely design!!

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  • I can’t wait to see these evolve!

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  • I’m gonna give it a try with 1930 repros and white background. I love to hand embroider. Thanks for the cute design

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  • I’d love to join with you on the BOM! Looks like fun.

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  • I just received my sunkissed layer cake and gray solid in the mail today….I can’t wait to start! This will be a wonderful monthly project that I can take places and easily work on it! Hooray! thank you so much!

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  • What did you choose for your binding and backing fabrics…I am doing Moda Sunkissed too and would love to know your choices…thanks!

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  • I would like to know where you got the fabric for the background.@yards of solid for block centres ect.Do you have the fabrics.
    Thank You Irene P.S. I love that work embroidery.

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  • OMGosh I love love love this quilt!!
    However I have never done embroidery before and don’t know where to buy DMC floss. 🙁
    If you or anybody could point me in the right direction that would be wonderful!

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  • I am also doing the Moda sunkissed and wondered what you’re choosing for your backing and binding fabrics… Thank you!

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  • Love love LOVE this! I just stumbled upon this today and going to participate too….I think it will be easy enough to catch up on the embroidery 🙂

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  • Hi, I know your blog recently, and I fell in love with this work, it would be possible to do with you thanks!
    Luna

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  • OMG! I love this. I have a ‘thing’ for cute little birds! Do you have any beginner tutorials or suggestions for someone new to the world of embroidery? I think I can, I think I can! I have PLENTY of fabric, so no worries there! Just need tips on how to go about stitching up these cute little birds!!
    Thanks so much!

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  • […] January and February blocks Little Miss Shabby is doing a quilt-a-long this year called Birdie Stitches. It’s the cutest thing and I just fell in love with it when I saw it! I decided I had to join […]

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  • […] I’d never have used all 6 strands – but since I’m using that technique for the Birdie Stitches blocks I thought ‘what the heck?’. Cheep Talk BirdiesBlue Bird Blue Bird […]

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  • Bonsoir,
    ce quilt est magnifique je vais commencer dès demain à le faire.
    Grand merci
    Nanette

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  • I love the birdie blocks and have been following along looking at the pictures each month……I found myself looking for the next block online on April first! I am hooked and also love sunkissed. So for me it is a match made in heaven! I am a late starter but wanted to pop over and say thanks for such a cute and colorful BOM!!!

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  • […] have finished up the first two blocks for the Birdie Stitches BOM.  I am using the Moda’s Sunkissed line also….I love the bright spring-like colors in […]

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  • […] I finished up my March block for the Birdie Stitches quilt.  I just have April’s to work on and then I will be caught up till May’s […]

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  • […] to keep my hands busy while I waited for kids.  I found inspiration at Little Miss Shabby and her BOM Birdie Stitches, how cute is that.  Meghyn was looking over my shoulder when I was looking at Miss Shabby’s blog […]

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  • I just found your website and love it. I can’t wait to try your Birdie Stitches BOM.

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  • Coming into this late but had a question: You said you have a lot left over from a jelly roll. I have one of those half jelly rolls where there’s only 20 strips versus 40. Do you think that’s enough or should I pick up another one in those fabrics?

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  • Thanks you so much for this lovely set of Bird’s – I am sticking to a red and variety of blues with a hint of yellow and hope to have a lovely cot quilt for a new baby when completed.
    Rhonda Joy

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  • It’s June and I am just getting started……Never say “never”….LOL! I am using Bella gray for background and a jelly roll from Moda call “Strawberry Fields”. I also have a HUGE stash of #8 Perle cotton so plan to use that instead of embroidery thread. It should be OK???? This will be my “travel project”, I always need something that I can take with me that doesn’t involve a machine.

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  • I found your dresden and loved it… I love the colors the spirit of joy that is behind it. Your sight is such a joy to me. I am in love with your birdy blocks.. Thank you very much for providing things like this for girls who love to sew.

    xoxo
    Melissa

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  • I am having trouble finding Moda’s Sunkissed line, unfortunately. I have found some other lines that I like, but am not sure how they’ll look with the floss. Or should I just wing it (LOL) and go for floss that coordinates with whatever jelly roll I end up getting? One local shop had Amelia and Hometown … ??

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    • If you want some great inspiration take a look through the flickr group: http://www.flickr.com/groups/birdiestitches/. Such a wonderful variety of fabrics being used and they all look fabulous! I think Hometown would be pretty cool since it still has all of the typography fabrics–kind of the same vibe as Sunkissed. =)

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      • Thanks Corey! I actually did a little bit more looking around and found another line I just loved!! It’s the Fresh Flowers Jelly Roll by Deb Strain, also for Moda. I love the vibrant colors on this line! I thought I wanted something more subdued, more pastel, but when I saw this one I just had to spring for it. I ordered online but they say only 2-3 business days for shipping, so I’m hoping it will get here mid-week and I can get started before I go on vacation next weekend! I think this would be a terrific project to take with me to work on when I need a break from the family games or the jigsaw puzzle we usually have going.

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  • […] month, I found the Birdie Stitches Block of the Month over at Little Miss Shabby.  It was so cute that I decided to catch up and stitch along to make a […]

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  • oh my goodness!!! I don’t know HOW I found these cute little stitches but I’m so glad I did!! I can’t wait to get started on this! Thank you SO much for the cute patterns!!

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