Spring Quilt Market 2010: Moda Home


I have a special place in my heart for Moda Home, a division of Moda/United Notions specializing in finished textile products, paper items, organizers, specialized fabrics, and lots more home accessories and gifts. Most of their stuff is vintage reproductions and they seem to have a direct line to my taste center, because I adore and want want want everything they do. Their booth was circus-themed, and they did it up as you can see — the Moda Home ladies Kelly and Erin worked a new awesome costume each day.

I’ve had inquiries in the past about where to get Moda Home stuff, and I’ve found a great source for you. Home a la Mode carries all & only Moda Home products, and it’s owned and operated by Angela Yosten (Moda Bake Shop)’s mom, Karen Smisek. (Hi ladies, it was great being light rail buddies with you!)

Now on to the show …


{ tea towels }


{ tea towels and crocheted coasters? doilies? whatever … gimme! }


{ you might recognize this vintage birdie apron from many a hotly contested eBay auction … now you can get a reproduction version from Moda home (not a kit, a finished apron). }


{ tablecloths }


{ awesome rooster tablecloth }


{ more sweet crocheted doilies }


{ games, cards, etc. }


{ a funky monkey product range! }


{ Christmas stuff }


{ more Christmas stuff }


{ yet more Christmas stuff }

Want to see more? You can download the Moda Home catalogs here.


  1. Oh LORD. That Rooster tablecloth is fan-freaking-TASTIC! I love the costumes; what a great way to market this collection!

  2. alexia says:

    I have that vintage birdie apron! Now I can get one and actually use it for cooking!

  3. Sarah R. says:

    Does anyone know of a good online store to buy Moda home things? I LOVE the stuff they carry but stores in GA only carry one or two pieces.


  4. Sarah R. says:

    REad your post more carefully! Thanks again! :)

  5. Liesl says:

    These two were spectacular. And I kept forgetting to photograph them, so I’m glad you did!