Wednesday, January 04, 2012

It's Moda Bake Shop Day & Time for a New Giveaway!

Finally, I can show off my new quilt! I'm so excited to have the pattern for 30s Barn Raising available for free at the Moda Bake Shop. The Fat Quarter Shop is giving away fabric to make the quilt top to one of my readers, so make sure you read down to the bottom of this post to enter.

If you haven't been here before, welcome to my blog! I'm Michelle. I love making quilts, the more different fabrics and pieces, the better. When I'm not quilting or knitting or getting excited about some other kind of needlework, I'm spending time with my husband and our four homeschooled kids. We've got chickens, geese, bees, and cats. We all love to search thrift stores and antique malls and antique sales for vintage treasures.



Now back to 30s Barn Raising, the whole reason you're here today! This is a slightly different quilt for me, using only ten different fabrics. It does have 900 pieces, and that definitely makes it my kind of quilt.

One Jelly Roll, a bit of backing fabric, and you've got yourself a quilt top. The whole thing is made up of squares and a few strips of background fabric, which makes it perfect for mindless piecing when you just want to sew without thinking about it too hard.



Want to make 30s Barn Raising in the same fabrics I used? The Fat Quarter Shop is going to give one of my readers a 30s Solids Jelly Roll and two yards of your choice for the background fabric. That's enough to make the whole quilt top!

To enter, just be a follower of my blog and leave a comment on this post before 11:59 PM January 11, 2012.



And be sure to check back later this come back later this month. I'll be having two more giveaways, one to celebrate my 1000th post. This post is linked to Can I get a Whoop-Whoop??, Finish it up Friday, Manic Monday, Show and tell Saturday, and Homemaker in Heels' Weekend Craft Soiree.

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Jennie in GA said...

Love this quilt. So nice and crisp!

Eva said...

Me ha encantado este quilt y lo he guardado como proyecto futuro.... ¡es precioso! Y si tuviese la suerte de ser la ganadora del jelly roll serĂ­a increible.
Besos

Martina said...

This quilt is very beautiful. Reminds me of spring already! Thanks so much for the give away.

Michell said...

A lovely quilt and thanks for the giveaway

Kerry said...

Lovely fresh, spring-feeling quilt. Great pattern. Thanks so much for the give-away, I'd certainly like to have a go at a jelly roll quilt that ends up looking this good.

judyquilts said...

Thank you for your generosity and the give-aways. What fun! Would love to do one of the quilts for a baby gift. Thank you.

dianehobbit said...

A simple but very effective quilt. A free jelly roll to make it would be even better, especially as I am looking for a new snuggle quilt to make for my daughter who has just left home.

gill said...

Great quilt!
Of course I'm a follower!! I'm off to MBS to have a look at your recipe now
Congratulations!!!

Katherine said...

Love this quilt! Great colors, very cheery!

Maimie said...

I loved this quilt - there are some days when I need the mindless sewing. I just printed the directions. Thank you for a great pattern.

Kell said...

Beautiful quilt! I came over from MBS & I'm a new follower. I love that is a simple block but makes such a great quilt & I can see it being made in so many different fabric lines. I can't wait to see what else you come up with. Thanks for the giveaway.

Fabraholic said...

Great pattern; looks so simple but beautiful with these colours.
Of course I'm a follower of you; love your posts.

yorkie mom said...

That quilt is right up my alley! Love the 30's fabric-my favorite! Thanks for a chance.

Robin (RsIslandCrafts) said...

Beautiful quilt! Great way to use a jelly roll or a bunch of scraps.


I'm a follower :)

Lisa Cox said...

That looks like so much fun and so much cutting. LOL. But it would be great to win it! And, of course, I am a follower.

beaquilter said...

such a nice quilt and that's just a jelly roll plus background fabrics?? wow! awesome, I'd love to win this jelly roll- already a follower

B Greene said...

Great quilt pattern - it looks likes the rings on a lake when you toss a rock in the middle! Your color choice and placen=ment are perfect! Thanks for the chance to win the jelly roll and fabric - what fun that would be! I am a happy follower of your blog!

Lettyb said...

I'm a new follower. The 30s Barn Raising is so fun! Thanks very much for the great tutorial and for a chance to win.

My Life In Quilts said...

Thank you for the giveaway! I so love 30's fabrics and I would love to have these and make this quilt. Have a great new year!

Linda said...

I just became a follower. Love the quilt, the colors and a chance to win. Thanks.

Libby said...

What a sweet quilt! Love that setting..and who wouldnt want to win a sweet prize from TFQS??? They rock!

Kelly said...

I love this quilt. It makes a perfect baby quilt. I will have to try this pattern soon.

lindseykelly said...

i love your tutorial! makes it look very approachable for a beginner like me!

Pamela V said...

Nice. Following your blog via Google Reader.

Shannon said...

I love this quilt! Gonna make it!!! I'm a new follower!

Anonymous said...

That's a great design (and a cute doggie)!

jenny at youmansfamily dot com

DonnaP said...

I love these pastels! Beautiful!
Thanks for the offering of a giveaway!

harleywife57 said...

The quilt is BEAUTIFUL !! WOW is that a lot of pieces ; I've never done 1 with hundreds of pieces . When I get some things caught up I will try it !! I am following your blog now ( I am a 1-L Michele !! ) . And I love your model on the quilt ! :o)

goody said...

Beautiful! Love it!

Laurel said...

Hi, Michele- This is a cool blog and I like the colors in the quilt. They remind me of my wedding - I had a pastel rainbow theme. Thanks for sponsoring a giveaway!

hiyacinth said...

Great modern interpretation! happy to be a follower!

Laura said...

I am a follower. Those colors are great. Thanks for the giveaway.
Laura
laura.leahj@gmail dot com

Desiree Koons said...

What a beautiful quilt! I would love to make this!

Jennie P. said...

I am a follower :) I would love to win this fabric. The fabric colors are so light and airy.

Jo said...

Congrats Michelle!! I LOVE it.

KaHolly said...

What a great blog you have here!! So glad you were having this give-away and I saw it posted on Jo's blog, or I might never have discovered it! Perhaps today is my lucky day, and not only might I win, but I'll get lots accomplished today, as well. I am a new follower and looking forward to perusing your archived posts over a cup of coffee, as well as future posts. ~karen

Sarah Craig said...

Great quilt! I've already asked my daughter if she'd like me to use this design for a quilt for my upcoming granddaughter (due 4/6/12)! I hope she says yes.... And I'm a regular follower, so this quilt isn't the only reason I'm here today! Have a great day!

Lori L said...

Lovely quilt. I have not seen that layout before. Thanks for a great idea for a charity quilt and for the chance to win the fabric/jelly roll.

Genevieve said...

Oh Michelle, the colors in this quilt are beautiful!! Im in love with anything that has 30'3 reproductions. Thanks for a chance to win a jelly roll and cuts of it. Cant wait to see who the winner is.

Honeybun said...

This would be a perfect pattern to take to retreat - I'd love to have the free jelly roll, too!

brenna said...

Beautiful quilt! Love the twist on the traditional.

Missy Shay said...

I am a new follower of your blog, love the quilt!
missysaprons@yahoo.com

Potpourri said...

I love mindless piecing especially when the end result is a lovely quilt like this one. I have signed on to be a follower.

beanie g said...

Awesome quilt. Thanks for sharing!

Anonymous said...

I love this quilt and printed out the sheet from the Moda website for my "want-to-do" binder.

Your blog is one of my daily must reads every day. I joined as a follower using my yahoo id but really have no idea how it works so I hope I am entered into the contest.

Susan R.
quilttrack47@yahoo.com

Jim Robson said...

What a happy looking quilt! Nice colors; bright and cheery.


Frances

frances@robsonclan.net

Sharon said...

I love this quilt! I have been to your blog before but I am now a follower! And what a great giveaway too! Jo (of Jo's Country Junction) said the quilt was great and she was right!

Linda S. said...

The quilt looks like so much fun to put together!!! I love working with HSTs and squares made from jelly rolls, so this quilt is perfect.

Denise :) said...

Congrats, Michelle -- this quilt is AWESOME! I love the geometric look of it ... and great colors, too!!! :)

Johanna said...

Love the quilt! I need to start working with solids more.

Carol C. said...

I love your quilt!! The colors are so pretty -- looks like the perfect quilt to be working on in the gray winter!!

AKnativewoman said...

Oh, what a lovely gift to the eyes on this snowy, blowy morning! Makes me think of Easter with all the lovely color! I'm a follower (love your tutorials), and appreciate the opportunity to win!

Needled Mom said...

This is a gorgeous quilt! I LOVE the use of the solids in it.

quiltsbyjessica said...

Sometimes simple is more gorgeous than complex. Love the quilt! Thanks!!
mugirl113 at gmail dot com

poppyinpink said...

That is beautiful quilt.. clean fresh and summery and sets off your cute poochie so well. The look of these Bella Solids remind me of a paint shop brochure, so generous of the Fat Quarter Shop to give a kick start to 2012 quilt making with all the lovely fabric for this sweet quilt. I read your story about melting the beewax..and it reminded me of the hive we found in our letterbox last year that left us with some nice pats of honey comb (we had to pay an apiarist to take the bees away) I had to keep the comb as it struck me just how industrious those little bees had been for in only a few days they had forged a quite astounding cluster of perfectly uniform layers of hexagon shaped wax..a marked contrast to my own sluggish fabric hexagon formations. Reading about your experience with the bees has reminded me and again coupled with your own workmanship inspires and motivates me to make more quilts this year.

annieB said...

Love this quilt, great colours

Becky said...

What a great design, Michelle! Thanks for sharing it with us! I've just sent it to my printer. I love 30's prints and solids. This is a great combination of design and fabric.

I am a happy follower of your blog! As always, I love giveaways. 1000th post. I'm impressed. I'm struggling to reach 400.

Becky said...

Thank you for sharing this great design!

Paula said...

Your quilt is gorgeous. I love it. Great work. Thanks for sharing.

kay said...

Gorgeous quilt! It's sort of an Irish Chain in Barn-Raising arrangement, isn't it? I would love to make one of these!

Timestep said...

I can't wait to make this quilt. Nice to be introduced to your blog. I look forward to reading more.

Lucy @ Charm About You said...

I saw your quilt on moda bakeshop and think it's really beautiful! I love this colour palette, so pretty! It's such a simple but striking design. I'm a new follower :)

VickiB said...

Adorable quilt. I'll head over to the Bake Shop to take a closer look! And I am a follower!

Reenie said...

great quilt. thanks for the giveaway

Mrs.Hearts said...

Your quilt is gorgeous! I am a new follower of your blog and am really enjoying what I am reading on it!

Mrs.Hearts
www.busyhandsquilts.blogspot.com

iluvmybugs said...

What fun it would be to make this quilt...so pretty!!! I'm already a follower :o)

Caroline said...

I have become a follower! I love that quilt, it would be perfect for my grandaughters, but then of course I would have to make one for my grandson, in a different colorway, of course. Thanks for the chance!

Susan said...

The 30's fabrics are beautiful! I love the way the quilt takes on a 3-D look. I'm a retired (out of work) home ec teacher who, after decades of teaching others to sew, is just getting into different types of quilting. Would love to work on this one!

pkrueger said...

Love this. Found your blog thru moda bake shop.

Chatty Kathy said...

Looks great; harbinger of spring! Love the tones in that fabruc

Unknown said...

Thanks for the pattern (lovely!) and giveaway.

Glad to find your blog.
Joanna

James-Linda said...

NEAT QUILT!
THANKS FOR SHARING!
BLESSED NEW YEAR!

Judith said...

What a beautiful quilt! I'm a new follower, found your site mentioned at Jo's country junction. Now to go have a look at your tutorials.

Leah said...

Beautiful quilt... and wonderful colours

Julie said...

Love your quilt!! Thanks for the giveaway opportunity!

Mom2RyandSis said...

Beautiful quilt! Thanks for the chance to make one like it :)

Kathy MacKie said...

Love the look of the quilt with the look of solids. Thanks for the giveaway.

Karen said...

Beautiful quilt, love the solids. Looks like Easter. Thanks for sharing!
Karen

Heartsdesire said...

I never think to use solids for a complete quilt, but your 30s Barn Raising is gorgeous. It's so fresh looking and the pattern looks quite easy. Thanks for the lovely giveaway.

Mary Caldwell said...

Very pretty quilt. I have just started to appreciate the 30's colors and patterns. I'm working on a 30's Dresden right now. I would love to try your pattern next.

Regina said...

Lovely quilt - so cheerful!

badlandsquilts said...

Great quilt! Thanks for the chance!

QltnHR said...

I *LOVE* this quilt! Gorgeous! I'm new to your blog and really like what I see!

Sallie said...

I'm a new follower. Love your quilt. Thanks for the great giveaway!

Amy said...

Pretty quilt! Thanks for the giveaway!

Kathy said...

Congrats on your Moda Bake Shop quilt. Thanks for the chance to win the jelly roll. I am a new follower.

Erin said...

Love the quilt! Thanks for hosting a giveaway!

Quilting "b" said...

I love this quilt. I am adding this one to my list of projects for 2012. Thank you for a great giveaway. I am a follower of your blog.

Jan said...

This quilt is just so happy and puts me in mind of springtime - which really isn't that far away. Love it!

I Quilt for Fun said...

Those colors are luscious!!!! Love the quilt -- simple but striking....which is the best! Jan

Pippa Parsons said...

I'm a follower anyway, thanks for the giveaway

Tonya said...

just read your post on the bake shop, love this quilt and the bella solids...thanks for the chance to win, becoming a follower now

Quiltin' LibraryLady said...

Love your 30s quilt and the bright, pure 30s colors. It would be great fun to win the jelly roll...lord knows I have enough 30s prints to go with it. :)

hollymade said...

Beautiful quilt! I love using solid jelly rolls, this is definitely going on my to-do list.

teachpany said...

The colors are fun, and the offset barn raising is a great idea. Thanks. Oh, I follow your blog.

piggy1004 said...

Love this quilt! All squares, that is my kind of quilt.

qltmom9 said...

I'd LOVE to make that gorgeous quilt.~
Thank you for the chance to win. I follow your blog.

Lucy~

Jeanne said...

Love your quilt and the colors.
Thanks for the chance to win. I am now a follower of your blog.

Barbara McD said...

Beautiful quilt - thanks for the giveaway!

karamino said...

This quilt is very beautiful. Thanks so much for the give away!

Lee Ann said...

Love this quilt. Looks like it could be used with a variety of prints and a solid!

Thank you for a chance to win.

nicole said...

I follow your post thru Google Reader!
ni.chern at gmail dot com

Deb said...

This is so pretty. I love the gorgeous colours in it. Your dog looks so comfy!

Thanks for the giveaway. Already a follower.

Heather B. said...

Just discovered your blog today -- thru Moda! Can't wait to peruse & see what's here. Have a super day!

quiltnut6 said...

I don't usually like solid color quilts but yours is great! Very fresh looking! Great job!

Jean

Anita said...

What a beautiful and spring like looking quilt. Even if I don't win I could make it from my scraps as a leaders and enders project. Is their a name for the pattern?

Allie M. said...

Following. Such a cute quilt!

Shannon277 said...

Love the 30s repro quilt! Love the colors.

Quiltin' Sandy said...

I really like this quilt- it looks so fresh and bright.
I am one of your followers. :0

Martine said...

Love the quilt , those solids make me think : spring !!!
Beautiful pattern ,i want to give it a try .
Thanks to you and fat quarter shop for the give away .

PJ said...

Very pretty quilt. Love the colors.

Caeli said...

Love the quilt and the colors! Follower via RSS.

Linda said...

I am so into traditional quilts and this is such a great modern twist to one of the greatest patterns. You selected the perfect fabric and colors, thanks for a chance to win. I am now a follower of your blog, glad I found it.

Michelle C said...

Solids? Love them! So much untapped potential....I love them so much that most of my written designs are based on solids (and monochromatic prints...).

piece peace said...

New follower here. I really like most, if not all, of the bakeshop projects, but few of them do I want to recreate myself. This is one I have to make for sure. I have a few jellyrolls in my stash that have been just waiting to attend a barn raising. Thanks!

Debbie said...

Your quilt is just beautiful, and I'm a new follower.

I hope I win so I'll be more likely to make the quilt. I've been lazy lately. (Well... kinda lazy.)

Thanks for sharing your quilt.

Debbie

JustPam said...

Nice job. The 30's fabric colors just make me feel happy. Love them!

Pat V. said...

I just love these colors! What a great quilt you've created; thanks for sharing your idea with us!

Marissa said...

I would love to make a quilt top like that! So pretty!

lynne said...

i LOVE this quilt. traditional with a bit of a twist with the barn in the corner. i go read all these blogs and see all the winnings posted and think "gee, it would sure be nice to win even once!" perhaps this is my time! here is to hoping, and congrats on getting on moda!

QueenB said...

Love the soft ice cream colours of summer in this quilt. Just beautiful. Looking forward to seeing what comes next. I will be following.

Kim C said...

Great Quilt! Thanks for the chance to make it! Kim C

Anonymous said...

I love squares and your quilt is so darn eye catching that I want to make it. I love your colors and wouldn't want to change it. Just perfect the way it is. I enjoy your blog very much. Thank you for the chance to win. It sure would look nice on my bed.

Sandi T.
sandit1@sbcglobal.net

Joanie's Quilts said...

What a fun quilt and cute pattern! Love all those colors too! I am a follower that is how I happened upon your giveaway!

Think Outside the Box said...

Lovely quilt, I've had my eye on some solids for a while now, would love to win this jelly roll.

emmy said...

What a perfect pattern for the solid jelly roll. Really like your layout. I am a follower of your blog.

ElaineW said...

I was at Moda's site today and saw that quilt and fell in love with the colors. I was looking for an idea for a baby quilt. I didn't know who made it until I went to Jo's country junction. I would love to win the parts and pieces to make that quilt. Just so pretty. I am going to enjoy visiting your blog.

Deb G. in VA said...

I love Moda Bella solids! Your quilt looks great!

lorene said...

love love love the quilt. I am a sucker for 30s type of quilts. really a good use of jelly rolls!

I am a follower!

Lorene

Noe said...

Great Quilt!

Catskill Quilter said...

I love your 30's Barn Raising quilt! I find myself drawn more and more to these fabrics, and colors.

Isnt2Late4Me said...

Very nice quilt. Love the colors

Thriftyideastoday said...

Love all of your quilts. Your designs are amazing

Kim D. said...

Very pretty quilt, the colors are gorgeous and your dog is adorable. Your sweet little dog resembles my 2 maltese.

quiltmom said...

what a great quilt- I love your lovely design- for sure I am going to check out your pattern at Moda Bake Shop.
I have become a new follower and do love the Fat quarter shop. They have such wonderful fabrics.
Warmest regards,
Anna

Patty D from NC said...

Great bakeshop project! I'd love to win. Happy New Year

SoozeM said...

Ooh what a gorgeous quilt, congrats on getting it published in the Bakeshop!

Jennifer Carlton said...

LOVE this quilt!!! thanks for the giveaway.

Unknown said...

I love your new pattern and would love to win the fabrics to make it

miss jamee said...

Jo sent me! I love the colors you chose for your barn raising quilt! I am in the midst of redecorating...I had all the italianate stuff happening, gold walls, black wrought iron everywhere, but it was too depressing! I painting all the wrought iron a creamy white, all walls a very pale yellow, with creamy white trims and doors. Now I all I need is colorful quilts....everywhere!

beeps said...

awesome quilt - came over from modabakeshop. I am a fan of "mindless piecing" when I want to relax and sew (vs think a sew!) so this quilt is going on my list of ideas. Would be awesome to win! I love 1930s everything!

Anda W said...

I love the freshness your quilt exhuberates! Would love to make it for my cousin who is expecting a baby girl in May!

Becky said...

I'm a new follower and have enjoyed looking around your blog. I love the new pattern and will put it on my list for spring. Thanks for the giveaway.

Marcia W. said...

I really like your Barn Raising quilt and the way the squares create an off-center design. Congratulations on your Moda Recipe being selected! The FQS fabrics are lovely.

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jmniffer said...

I really like your Barn Raising Quilt. I'm not gererally a fan of all solids but this quilt is the exception. I'm new to you blog, glad to have found you.

Deb said...

That's my kind of quilt. Thank you for the chance to win.

Judith said...

This quilt is gorgeous. I can't wait to make one like it. I could use a "mindless" bit of sewing.

hueisei said...

The quilt is so beautiful. I love it!!
I'm a follower :)

LC said...

I love the 1930's palette. Gorgeous quilt!

Cyndi said...

Hi Michelle! I just found your blog through the Moda Bakeshop site. I LOVE your 30's Barn Raising Quilt. I am a die-hard 1930's (original or repro) fabric lover...and just love all of the 30's colors in your design. I really like your blog, too, so have signed up to follow you, and would love to be included in your give away...Thanks so much for the opportunity, and the awesome quilt pattern!

XOXO,

Cyndi

Vic in NH said...

Hooray! I just became number 300th follower on your blog! Thank you so much for sharing your 30's barnraising quilt recipe on the bakeshop. Nice work!

Anonymous said...

Sure! There's room in my basement for more fabric! SHH! Don't tell my husband, he thinks it is full! nellsheartstrings@yahoo.com

Tina said...

Beautiful quilt. Ilove the simplicity.

KOcanQuilt said...

I love love love that quilt! I like many types of fabrics, but I think the 30's has a special appeal to me. Great job on the quilt pattern on MBS.

supersara20 said...

This is a gorgeous quilt, like a happy Easter Egg!

Sharon M. said...

Love the quilt. Thanks for the chance to win this beautiful moda fabric. Sharon

Lori said...

Congratulations!! The colors are so springlike--much needed in January!

Mystica said...

Thank you for the opportunity to win this giveaway. This is such a pretty quilt.

SewCal Gal said...

What a cheerful quilt. Inspirational.
I can definitely think of a few people that I'd like to make a quilt like this for. Would certainly bring them needed good cheer. Thanks for the inspiration.

SewCalGal
www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

robin said...

Beautiful quilt - I love the colors! Thanks for the giveaway chance!

Lisa said...

Lovely quilt! I'm already a follower of your blog!

Sarah said...

Love the quilt! It's sweet without being TOO precious like some 30's quilts-awesome job :)

Paula said...

It's a beautiful quilt and I would love to make it too; thanks for the chance!
ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

Jittina said...

I would love to make a quilt like this, it's beautiful!

Anonymous said...

Great way to help bust my 30's stash!

donnadumouchel at aol dot com

Laura said...

Looks like Easter to me! The colors are great.

Kim said...

Wow! I just love your quilt! All of those little squares are right up my alley! LOL I also adore your little model. I have cats that love to lay down on any new fabric or quilts I put down.

Mary said...

Awesome quilt! I love the colors. Thanks for a chance to win the fabrics. I would love to make this one.

Lynn S. said...

I love your Barn Raising Quilt! and would love to win the fabrics to make my own. Love, love 30s fabrics!

annmarie said...

I'm a new follower. I've always loved postage stamp quilts but never thought I'd make one - just the thought made me cringe. BUT- using a jelly roll would make all the difference!!! Your quilt is charming! Thanks.

emileem said...

Great quilt and what a fun giveaway! Can't wait to see what you will do next.

Anonymous said...

That quilt is so cute. We can never have enough solids and not easy to find nice ones. Dianne in BC....bcquilter73@yahoo.com

Karen said...

I really like the colors you chose for your quilt and would be quite happy to win a jelly roll to make this cute quilt. Thanks!

KellyG said...

LOVE this quilt, so cute! Thanks for the chance to win!

quiltergirl said...

I love this quilt and I love using up stash!

Nancy said...

It's beautiful - love those colors!

Lynda D said...

Love the quilt and would love to have quality fabric to make a quilt with!

Lorraine said...

Great quilt! What fun to be able to be a part of Moda Bake Shop! congratulations!

Marsha said...

I love the 30s quilt - so colorful. I also love Moda Bake Shop. So many ideas in one spot!

Marie said...

Great quilt! Love the 30's solids. Thanks!

terenimsakont@yahoo.com said...

Love the colors. I love the pattern of your quilt.

Leslie at the Sugarhouse said...

I like the simplicity of your quilt. Sometimes mindless sewing is just what the doctored ordered!Thanks for the giveaway I would love to make this quilt too!

Pam said...

I love the quilt ...and have to make it! Thanks for the chance to win your great giveaway!

Karen said...

What a lovely quilt. The colors are luscious.

franberry said...

Win or not, I'm definitely going to make this quilt. :-)

kathy said...

making me want to get ready for Easter now! so cute

Staci said...

What a wonderful spring quilt! Makes you think of a bouquet of flowers. Thanks for sharing such pretty colorful cotton joy with your followers!

Caroline said...

I love the simplicity of the quilt colors. Absolutely gorgeous! :)

Caitlin said...

Thanks for the great project.

Mary Deckert said...

Wow ~ that's a beautiful quilt. I would love to make it. Solids seem so fresh when we work with prints so often. Well done!

Jane said...

Love the solids! It is so fresh and vibrant.Love the kitty,too. Great job.

Geraldine said...

Lovely quilt...makes me look forward to spring! Thanks for the giveaway!

VickiT said...

Michelle ~ I had to come tell you how beautiful your quilt is. I just love those colors and with a Granddaughter making her appearance sometime in Feb, it would be a beautiful colored baby quilt although a bit large but I really love it.

Thank you for the instructions.

charlotte said...

Beautiful quilt! A year ago I would never have wanted to make one, but this year I did the 36 patch quilt along with Crazy Mom Quilts and if I can do that, I can do this!!!

Dee said...

Love that pinwheel quilt too! I have never worked with solids, so this could be way fun. Thank you for opportunity!

sally said...

I really like your barn raising quilt! Beautiful! WOuld love a chance to win similar fabrics to make one. I've enjoyed your blog for a while now!

SueV said...

Love the quilt! Perfect for a winter project with lots of pieces!! Thank you for sharing!

S.A.M said...

I love quilts with lots of pieces and I love the colors .

Keri said...

I do love a Barn Raising, and this off center layout is just delicious!!! Thanks for sharing on Moda Bake Shop!!

Kathy M Boice said...

What a wonderful gift to win! My favorite fabric to quilt with! Moda!!midwayfarms@hughes.net

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