100 Days of Modern Quilting – Wrap Up

And like that, 100 Days of Modern Quilting is all over!  That went quickly, didn’t it?  Since the beginning of the year we’ve shown you loads of modern quilts and lots of tutorials.  We hope that you’ve enjoyed following along for the past 14 weeks.

It’s been a thrill for us to be able to feature so many wonderful quilters and quilts and we hope that maybe you discovered something new or learned a little along the way.

One more quilt for the road:

Twinkle in White by Malka Dubrawsky

We thought a list of links of every post for the series would be something people would like to refer to.  We hope that we’ve created a resource that you can turn to regularly for inspiration and ideas.  The 100 Days button on the home page links to this post, so come back and visit all you’d like!

Week 1:Week of Shapes
Featured Quilt 1
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Featured Quilt 3
Featured Quilt 4
Featured Quilt 5
Featured Quilt 6
Featured Quilt 7
Shapes Tutorial Round Up
Half Rectangle Triangle Tutorial

Week 2: Week of Color
Featured Quilt 1
Featured Quilt 2
Featured Quilt 3
Featured Quilt 4
Featured Quilt 5
Featured Quilt 6
Featured Quilt 7
Color Tutorial Round Up
Pineapple Improv Block Tutorial

Week 3: Week of Blocks
Featured Quilt 1
Featured Quilt 2
Featured Quilt 3
Featured Quilt 4
Featured Quilt 5
Featured Quilt 6
Featured Quilt 7
Blocks Tutorial Round Up
Octagonal Orb Block Tutorial

Week 4: Week of Improvisational Piecing
Featured Quilt 1
Featured Quilt 2
Featured Quilt 3
Featured Quilt 4
Featured Quilt 5
Featured Quilt 6
Featured Quilt 7
Improv Tutorial Round Up
Overlapping Squares Block Tutorial

Week 5: Week of Inspiration
Featured Quilt 1
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Featured Quilt 5
Featured Quilt 6
Featured Quilt 7
Inspiration Tutorial Round Up
Missoni Inspired Quilt Tutorial

Week 6: Week of Composition
Featured Quilt 1
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Featured Quilt 3
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Featured Quilt 5
Featured Quilt 6
Featured Quilt 7
Composition Tutorial Round Up
The Positive Effects of Negative Space

Week 7: Week of Prints
Featured Quilt 1
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Featured Quilt 3
Featured Quilt 4
Featured Quilt 5
Featured Quilt 6
Featured Quilt 7
Prints Tutorial Round Up
Altering Print Fabrics With Bleach Tutorial

Week 8: Week of Solids
Featured Quilt 1
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Featured Quilt 3
Featured Quilt 4
Featured Quilt 5
Featured Quilt 6
Featured Quilt 7
Solids Tutorial Round Up
Picking Shades of the Same Color Tutorial

Week 9: Week of Using What You Have
Featured Quilt 1
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Featured Quilt 4
Featured Quilt 5
Featured Quilt 6
Featured Quilt 7
Using What You Have Tutorial Round Up
Knee Socks Quilt Block Tutorial

Week 10: Week of Techniques
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Target Practice Quilt Block Tutorial

Week 11: Week of Collaboration
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Featured Quilt 4
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Featured Quilt 6
Featured Quilt 7
Potential Bee Blocks Tutorial Round Up
Collaborate and Commemorate Mini Quilt/Signature Block Tutorial

Week 12: Week of Participation
Featured Quilt 1
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Featured Quilt 3
Featured Quilt 4
Featured Quilt 5
Featured Quilt 6
Featured Quilt 7
Quilt Along Round Up
Tips to Running and Successful Quilt Along

Week 13: Week of Tools
Featured Quilt 1
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Featured Quilt 3
Featured Quilt 4
Featured Quilt 5
Featured Quilt 6
Featured Quilt 7
Tools Tutorial Round Up
Cutting Simple Shapes Tutorial

Week 14: Week of Quilting
Featured Quilt 1
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Featured Quilt 3
Featured Quilt 4
Featured Quilt 5
Featured Quilt 6
Featured Quilt 7
Straight Line Quilting Tips & Tricks
Free Motion Quilting Tips & Tricks

42 thoughts on “100 Days of Modern Quilting – Wrap Up

  1. I have loved every day of the last 100 days = absolutely inspiring – so many talented and generous people in quilt land

  2. I have enjoyed 100 days immensely!!!! I feel I have learned soooo much. The format was great…wetting inspiration all week followed by tutorials. I now have so many projects in my journal. I can’t thank you enough!!!

  3. This was an EXCELLENT series. I’m sad it’s over. I appreciate all the hard work that went into its creation. I will be referencing this post and many of the others for a long time to come.

  4. I hate to see 100 days end!! It was my favorite e-mail of the day, but I have added many blogs to my “must-read” list because of your features. Thank you so much for this great event – so inspirational!!

  5. What an excellent series. And so glad to have this index of all the posts. Thank you, thank you, thank you to all the thought and work you girls put into every post.

  6. I just want to thank you for an inspiring series of posts. Your quilt choices were spot on, the different topics you covered, helpful, and my brain is now chock full of possibilities. And that’s just how I like my brain to act.

    Your link back list here will be a good tool when I start wondering….what about that triangle quilt?

  7. I have enjoyed reading posts when I can. I am very thankful for the links you have now provided I can now fill in the gaps where I missed

  8. oh how I was hoping someone would forget about the ‘100 days’ bit and keep going! it’s been lovely, a pleasure and an inspiration. a very sincere thank you to the compilers, authors and quilters for all their hard work and dedication to this series! cheers!!

  9. Thank you for all the time and effort you all put in to gathering this amazing collection of quilts and information. I truly learned so much!

  10. Best 100 days ever! Sorry to see it end as I looked forward to my daily ‘fix.’ So glad there is a link so I can revisit whenever I want.

    My quilt guild challenge quilt came from one of the tutorials in fact.

  11. I have really enjoyed this series – I have seen beautiful work, learned new stuff (!), and discovered new and inspirational blogs. I will miss my daily “fix”. Thanks!

  12. Can’t we do a 365 days of quilting? I’m going to miss the daily inspiration! I appreciate all that you did to bring this together and share with the rest of us! Great job!

  13. Thank you so much for these fabulous 100 posts. I’ve looked forward to reading these every morning and learned something new just about in everyone of them.

  14. I”m so sorry this has ended, I wish you would continue because you have given me so many new ideas that I never thought i’d try. I’m more a traditionalist in my quilting but it looks like I just might try to move myself over to more modern ideas for quilting. Thanks so much. Wish you’d continue to do a year of modern quilting.

  15. What a wonderful service you have done for the modern quilters of the world! I will miss seeing you in my mail.

  16. Thank you, thank you, thank you for doing this series. I has been very full of information, and I am sad to see it come to the end. What a marvelous resource you have given us. I have seen many creative quilts, visited many new-to-me blogs, and know that I will be referring to the tutorials featured often.

  17. Thanks for this wonderful series. I looked forward to the email every day and got so many great ideas and tips. Well done!!!

  18. Thank you so much. You made me so proud. I was featured here – week of composition. Moreover – I collected so many ideas.

  19. Nooooooooo! it can’t be over….it was all so GREAT!
    Well, I’ll hope for a repeat next year. Thanks to everyone who contributed for all their hard work. It really was awesome and informative!

  20. Thank you so much for an inspiring series, I can’t believe it’s over already. There were so many wonderful quilts, talented people and a wealth of resources for the future. Thank you again

  21. Thank you very much. You have opened my eyes to modern quilting. I have been reading every posts and tutorials and I will miss you.
    Best regards from Norway.

  22. Thanks so much for this series, it has been amazing and inspiring and educational! I’ll be referring to this list of links in future.

  23. Thank you so much for these hundred days. I have enjoyed it so much, and learned so much. I will be referring back to it again and again.

  24. Love the series of Modern Quilts. Because I live in a small town in central Tx, I seek new ways of “doing” quilts that are not seen here.Thanks! for the inspiration!

  25. I am a 70 year old grandma and have been quilting since the 1960s, obeying all the rules along the way. Wow, these Modern Quilts really grab me. What a time to be inspired again. Thanks for the series! I look forward to seeing more quilts.

  26. Thank you very much. This has been too wonderful. I will go back over every post at my leisure. Congratulations to all of you who contributed.

  27. Thank you for posting this round up. I have followed this blog on a hit and miss basis, but a rainy Monday morning made it a perfect time to sit and enjoy all the posts, and to mark the ones I want to go back to. So (sew) many great tutorials and pictures, I think there is a lifetime of learning here for me! Thanks again

  28. Is there another 100 days coming up? I’m really missing these posts – these quilts remind me of “modern Gees Bend” quilts.

  29. I am a very new website visitor to Modern Quilt Guild but I feel like I have found the BEST place on the Internet ever in your website and your community of quilters!!! I have been quilting since I retired 2 years ago, buying books on improv quilting, studying quilts I like to figure out techniques, etc. I am overwhelmed with joy at finding this on-line group. The 100 days of quilting should keep me busy learning and experimenting for 6 months or a year!!! It is fanstastic!! It felt like Xmas in July when I found you last week! THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!

    Sharon
    Mifflinburg, PA 17844

  30. Thank you so much for this huge bundle of information.
    I have seen many websites in over 10 years but here I found so many ideas, tips, links and whatever more than anywhere else.
    It took me a couple of days to go through all of them and I have tons of new bookmarks now!
    Especially the free-motion-quilting tips seem to be very helpful – I had so much problems with that technique, but now I think I can handle that!
    A grateful german quilter

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