Featured Moda Collection: Ombre Confetti Metallic - The Jolly Jabber Quilting Blog

Featured Moda Collection: Ombre Confetti Metallic

Everything that glitters is perfect to use in a quilt and that definitely applies to our favorite glittery collection, Ombre Confetti Metallic! V and Co is getting super fancy with this collection for Moda Fabrics and is perfect for adding a little (or a lot) of sparkle to your project.

We even have theย Ombre Weave Quilt Kit, stocked with all the materials to make the Ombre Weave Quilt!

And our quilty friend, Pat B. of Scrapatches, used Ombre Confetti Metallic to make her version of the Fat Quarter Cubes Quilt and we cannot take our eyes off of it!

We have all Ombre Confetti Mettalic bundles and yardage available so be sure to get yours today!


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  1. Thank you for sharing the love and featuring my Fat Quarter Cubes Quilt. I love this pattern and I love, love, love these Ombre Confetti Metallic fabrics … <3 Pat B

  2. According to the pattern there are two yards of background fabric. I’m curious as to how many colors and the yardage of each you used for your background. This is a BEAUTIFUL quilt and I would like to make one too. Thank you.

    1. Deanna, I bought one yard of each of the three background colors, which was more than I needed. I used more of the pink because I used this for the outer border around the edge. One yard of the outer border color and a half yard of the other two sashing fabrics would likely have been enough. I have used up more of these fabrics making a matching pillow. If you click on the scrapatches link in the above post it goes to my blog where you will find more photos of how I sorted the fabrics for my quilt and how I made the pillow. Thank you for your kind words … ๐Ÿ™‚ Pat B

      1. Pat, I just checked out your blog for your helpful hints on this quilt. I am definitely adding your blog to my “to read” list as it looks like you have a lot of wonderful projects to peruse. Thanks again!

        1. Thank you, Deanna, for stopping by my blog. I am a self-taught quilter and the wonderful world of online quilting has been my greatest resource. I love sharing with other quilters … ๐Ÿ™‚ Pat