Saturday, March 5, 2011

New Moda Bakeshop + Layer Cake Giveaway

I was so worried the wind would knock this quilt straight into the water.  Total panic the whole time.

Hey everyone! Hope on over to The Moda Bakeshop to see my latest project over there. You may remember the back of this quilt (which is square despite how this pictures looks)...

So stop over there to see the front! It is a jewel box quilt that I decided to do after making this modified jewel box in American Jane Happy Campers.

I wanted to see this quilt in lighter colors.  Thanks to the awesome folks at Moda, I got my opportunity.  I saw the new Sunkissed line by Sweetwater and I knew this was my opportunity to make a Jewel Box Quilt that would really shine.   Do y'all ever redo a quilt like that?

This is my favorite bake shop project ever!  To celebrate, I'm giving away a Moda Hoopla layer cake for you to use.  These are my favorite precuts because they are SO versatile. 
Sorry, it's JUST the layer cake...I recycled this pic from my bakeshop project.  I'm photo lazy like that.
How do you enter???

1)Leave me a comment letting me know if you've ever had a quilt you just HAD to remake and why!

2)Bonus entry for followers- old or new...just leave a comment on this post if you are a follower.

3)One bonus entry comment for my Charlie Brown quilt-alongers- I hope you have had fun!  If you are still working on your quilt and not yet finished, that's ok.  We will be sharing our progress with a link party on March 15. 

A few chances to win here.   If you've got a minute, I'd really appreciate a comment over at the Bake Shop, too. Even though this is my 4th project with them I still get so nervous hoping people will like it, comment on it, and (the ultimate compliment) MAKE IT! 

I'll pick a winner March 16...that's my 9th wedding anniversary, y'all!  After that we will be on the march to the big 1-0. 

*US entries only (If outside the US sorry, it's a shipping thing...I hate having to go to a real postal agent vs. the automated box thing plus the whole cost issue).

194 comments:

  1. Both quilts are beautiful! I'm glad you remade it! (p.s. I'm a follower).

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  2. Your latest quilt is gorgeous, but then again, how could it not be... you made it! Can't wait to find the time to make this one! (p.s. - I'm a follower too)

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  3. Totally funny to read about your fears that it would blow into the water. I just came here from Moda Bakeshop, saw the pic on the bridge, and thought "Boy, I'd worry that the wind would blow that quilt right into the water!"

    I've never remade a quilt. Working on my very first one! I'm a total newbie.

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  4. I've never remade a quilt, it takes me too long just to make one! But if I did, I'd choose to make more than one bullseye quilt. So many possible settings!

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  5. I'm a new follower! I saw your post over at Moda and I've already bookmarked this one to make soon. :-)

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  6. There is one quilt that I am actually about to remake soon. It's by Eleanor Burns and it's called Dessert Time. It only takes one jelly roll and one layer cake and it makes a pretty large quilt. I made the first one in Moda's Frolic line, and I was very happy with it. It's on my list to do again in Moda's Smores for a Christmas gift.

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  7. Haven't remade a quilt yet! But I am just getting started. I can't decide what I want to make first! LOL! I have a design in mind, but I will definitely be looking at your design. I really like it.

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  8. New follower - I saw you on the Moda Bake Shop site. I like the Jewel Box pattern a lot.

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  9. The quilt pattern I have made over and over (and I never get tired of it) is Disappearing Nine-Patch. I've made it in batiks, florals, Christmas, red-white and blue.....it's so versatile.

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  10. I haven't made very many quilts and I have never remade any. I have one quilt I might remake some day.

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  11. I am a follower and I just love both versions of your quilt.

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  12. I am a follower and love your quilt. I remade my first quilt which was queen sized and all hand pieced. I literally unpicked it all and redid it.

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  13. There are a few quilts I have remade as gifts since the patterns were quick. But usually after the second one I am bored with it or even if I use the same fabric in several quilts.

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  14. And I'm following you ;-) can't wait to poke around your blog.

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  15. I am hooked on the disappearing nine patch pattern. It is so easy, and the finished product always looks so good! Very "user friendly".

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  16. Beautiful quilt. I am a new quilter so I have not remade any quilts. Great idea though!

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  17. I am a follower - gfc and reader

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  18. You know, I have never really considered that question. Right off the top of my head I don't think I've remade a quilt. I'm usually so happy to get one completed and on to the next.

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  19. I have a made a few very similar quilts but not exact. These are very pretty. I love the back too.

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  20. I am a new follower. I came via the Moda Bake Shop to check out your blog because I really like this quilt. Thanks.

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  21. I've never remade a quilt - my schedule is so busy that I don't get a lot of time and there are so many pretty patterns out there. I'd love to be entered into your giveaway.

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  22. This pattern is so beautiful and way easier than it looks - thanks for the great tutorial and the giveaway opportunity.

    There is a really fun quilt I am making from one of the moda tutorials. I made a practice one using some charm packs I had lying around and it turned out super cute. I really liked that one and decided to make it again using sugar pop. Its fun when your "practice" turns out to be a blanket you really love! ... otherwise I usually try to only making 1 of each pattern, because I just started quilting in June 2010 and have so much to try out! :)

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  23. I'm too much of a beginner to re-do a quilt. Both of your versions are great!

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  24. i just love this quilt. I think it will be the first moda bake shop I actually make - I've got a layer cake of Pure I was thinking of breaking into. This is beautiful. Great job and thanks for the giveaway. And, on your question, I've only done redo's at the block level. Once I get a quilt put together, I'm usually ready for something different.

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  25. I have made a Jewel Box before for a dear friend for whom I also had made quilts for her three children. I used the scraps from the children quilts to make her a scrappy Jewel Box. LOVELY design! Your directions will be very handy when making it from a line of fabric rather than scraps. Very inspired to make another!

    My "must remake quilt": There is a Pinwheel Baby quilt (actually a Moda Bakeshop recipe) that I have made a few different times; VERY quick and fun to make with different lines of fabric.

    I absolutely need you to know----I LOVE LOVE LOVE the picture with the quilt hanging from the bridge!!!!!

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  26. Also, I am a follower (a new one---and thankful to have found you via Moda Bakeshop).

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  27. I've remade log cabin quilts - once I got started, I was having too much fun and decided to "keep on keeping on!"

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  28. I made a mystery quilt that my son asked for. Of course, I gave it to him. I plan to make another one for me some day! Thanks for the chance at the giveaway!

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  29. I'm a beginner quilter and so far I've only had to redo the actual blocks. This quilt is beautiful - thanks for sharing.
    KatheGTN at aol dot com

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  30. i've done a few quilts that i just hated how the colors turned out but i've never "redone" them :-)!

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  31. Great quilt. I remade the disappearing nine patch. It is so easy and looks good. Two neighbors were having babies, and so my teen daughters and I worked on two disappearing nine patches.

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  32. Love both versions of the quilt - lucky you to be able to do that! I have never even thought about doing something like that, I prefer to make one of a kind gifts for family and friends.

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  33. I am a follower - thanks for sharing, love your blog!

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  34. I have never remade a quilt pattern but I have thought about it with a few. I just have too many new things I want to try to go back and do something twice.

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  35. I don't know if I have ever redone a quilt for myself. I have made several baby quilt patterns over and over in different colors. Love your quilt! Great job! It's my 9 year this may. I am begging for an Italy trip next year, or an island somewhere. Just something! Didn't have a very good honeymoon. He owes me :)

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  36. I just bought my first sewing machine, so I haven't had the chance to make my first quilt (let alone, remake one), lol. I'd love to get started on one, though, and that layer cake would really help!

    mrsk [at] mrskandco [dot] com

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  37. Please enter me in the giveaway! I am tempted again to start another quilt!

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  38. Since I'm only working on my third quilt, I haven't really remade any. I do love this fabric, I agree it is very versitile!

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  39. These are both beautiful - thank you for sharing.

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  40. Beautiful design. There are so many wonderful designs and I have so little time that I haven't remade a pattern yet.

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  41. I have a US p.o. box, so that totally counts, right? ;)

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  42. love this quilt. I have made many of my quilt patterns more than once. Especially scrappy patterns because none of them look alike! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  43. I just HAD to remake my 1st quilt...not because I WANTED to, but because a friend saw a pic of & just knew he HAD to have one just like it for his mom. There are a couple of patterns that I know I will HAVE to make more than once (houndstooth)...just gotta get through this "to-do" list so I can sew for myself again!

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  44. Congrats on your tutorial! I've remade one quilt--sort of. I used a different pattern, but all of the same fabrics, because I was so sad to see them leave my house. Now the real kicker is that I made that quilt top, oh, 2 years ago, and still haven't finished it off. I guess I just love the fabrics so much, I don't want them to leave my presence!

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  45. I'm also a follower of your blog!

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  46. I love being a follower of your blog. Looking forward to making my own jewel box quilt. I will definitely use your tutorial.

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  47. I have done the disappearing 9 patch twice and love how different it looks, just like yours. Thanks.

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  48. There have been several I've been so happy with when I finished them and have them in my journal to remake but then I move on to the next. Love the jewel box pattern.

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  49. I"m a new follower. Love the quilt alongs and pattern ideas

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  50. I made a scrappy Trips Around the World quilt last winter in blues, and now I'm gathering random fabrics to make another. It's a fun quilt to make!

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  51. I'm a new follower/stalker:))

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  52. There isn't a quilt that I needed to remake but I'm currently in the process of making a quilt using Robert K.'s Mingle....It's a combo of green, pink and brown...I can't believe I've already accomplished 1/10th of the sewing of the blocks!!

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  53. Ok, I'm so following you right now...just don't look behind you heehee

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  54. Both quilts are gorgeous but I do love the Sunkissed line.
    I have used many different patterns and I've probably used them all more than one time. I find a fabric that I am totally loving and I will set it on my cutting table and marinate in it for a day or so and it seems to just draw me to the pattern that it wants to become.

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  55. I follow you on my blogger and I also have you on my google page in my enhanced bookmarks so that I can pop on and check out all the awesome blogs and find inspiration from all the creative quilters out here in blogland.

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  56. The year my daughter graduated from high school I made quilts for her friends. I used different fabric but I made up an easy pattern that I now call the graduation quil : )

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  57. Beautiful! And I was thinking the same thing about your quilt going in the water!! I haven't done enough quilts yet to redo one, but I'd like to get to that point.

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  58. I love you new sunkissed quilt- I'm new, followed you over from ModaBakeshop. Great website, and I love your ideas- I'll be following now!

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  59. I have not yet remade a quilt. I'm in the process of the second quilt but I could see myself remake a quilt that I really enjoyed making.

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  60. I love a 9 patch block - there's so many things you can change slightly for an entirely different look. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  61. I'm a follower now. Love your Sunkissed quilt.

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  62. Love your Jewel Box quilt, just went to the top of my to-do list. I remade a strip quilt for Christmas one year, kept one and gave the other color way to my daughter.

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  63. Another winner! I love both versions of your quilt! I am remaking my Intersection{s} quilt right now with a new little twist because it's such a fun quilt to make.

    Jennifer :)

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  64. I haven't made that many quilts so I haven't remade anything yet. If I do though, it's be a Cracker Box quilt because they're so quick and easy! Your Jewel Box is gorgeous!

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  65. This is a beautiful quilt! I decided recently that I want to make quilts for all my nieces and nephew and I think I'll have to try this one, I love it!

    And I love reading your blog!

    Heaven

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  66. I only re-make, if the first one has been a "test", to see if I know what I'm doing! I've done that twice.

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  67. I haven't remade any quilts yet, i'm still so new at quilting but I am tempted to make another Piece of Cake quilt because it really was a piece of cake and I love it! I like both versions of your quilt.

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  68. I'm now a follower of your blog!

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  69. I've only made 2 quilts so I haven't re-made any but looking forward to making this quilt! So cute!

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  70. New to your blog, look forward to checking back here often!

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  71. You know I havn't yet done a re-make, since I've only made 2 quits..... I do have 2 more tops done though... but still pretty new to quilting. Oh and I left a comment at the bake shop, your newest contibution is super duper!! I love it :) missavene at gmail dot com

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  72. I follow you :) missavene at gmail dot com

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  73. I once made a quilt like one I saw in a pottery barn magazine, big blocks same size in width but various lenghts so as to offset them. I have since made many quilts like this since i like it's simplicity and beauty. I have done it in fall colors and a couple different colors for a baby quilt.

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  74. I am now a follower of your blog as well. Looking forward to it. I love your quilt.

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  75. The very first quilt I made was a Double Irish Chain, with the "chain" set on a white background. But I loved the Irish Chain so much that I made my MIL one but this time the chain was on a colored, patterned background. I love how each quilt, same pattern, different colors turned out!

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  76. This is my first visit to your blog but I am loving it! I am now a follower. Can't wait to see more of your gorgeous quilts!

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  77. I am in the progress of finishing my first quilt. I love the layer cake you are giving away.

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  78. I love this pattern!! My favorite is the one you did on the MBS site- in the pastel colors. I love it!

    By the way, my 9th anniversary is coming up in April!! Hardly seems like it's been that long, right?

    I love your work!
    kimdodds42402 at yahoo dot com

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  79. Love your new quilt design. Love layer cakes!
    I just remade a quilt I had done in Mary Engelbreit, but this time I used Tanya Whelan pastels.

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  80. OMG Hoopla and Jewel Box...my two favorite things!
    I have a little bit of the hoopla fabric but not enough to make anything with it and man o man it's a hard fabric to find yardage on.....
    I would love to win this..
    Peggy in NJ

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  81. I have never remade a quilt, although I probably should have on some of the first ones!!

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  82. I've made several diamond strippie quilts and love its simplicity.
    I'm happy to be a new follower.

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  83. I really like this quilt in the sunkissed!
    I made the zig zag quilt from crazy mom quilts and it turned out great. I made it with boy colors so now I would like to try and make another one more feminine. Also maybe add some boards or a pieced backing.

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  84. I haven't made too many quilts, but I did remake one, simply because I have twins and they needed matching quilts on their beds. :) Very cute quilt by the way.

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  85. You did a beautiful job on this quilt and tutorial. It goes on my To Do list!

    The quilt I have to do over is a square in square pattern. I did it in formal colors but would love to do it way more modern!

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  86. I love both versions, but even though I tend toward bright colors, I LOVE the Sunkissed line! Beautiful quilt! I'm a new follower.
    Susan
    susie.galasso@gmail.com

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  87. The first quilt I ever made was a King sized Colorado log cabin, for a lovely lady I worked with. I'd been wanting to make this for some time and fortunately she loved the design, too.
    Susan
    susie.galasso@gmail.com

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  88. I made a quilt in a fat quarterly quilt along my sister claimed and I find I would love to make it again with different fabrics for myself.

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  89. I am planning on finishing my Charlie Brown quilt tops(Im making two) next Saturday. Its been a busy week.

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  90. Funny you should ask about recreating a quilt. I just started today on working up "Blue Delft" from McCall's quilting magazine this month in "Oh-Cherry-Oh" fabric line.

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  91. I have made a pattern called Girls Best Friend 5 times now. It's a super quick and easy lap quilt that makes a great gift, and is my go to pattern when I need one.

    Also, if you pick me, it's my birthday on the 16th!!! Haha, no pressure.

    Thanks for hosting such a fun giveaway!

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  92. It's a lovely quilt! Thanks for hosting this giveaway!

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  93. I remake quilts all the time. If I like to make it, nothing is stopping me from making another in another color (sometimes I even make identical quilts because I love it so much!)

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  94. I don't make too many quilts more than once except for baby quilts. Although right now I am makeing a quilt called white that I saw in a magazine. The first was for a wedding gift and the one I am working on is for my mother. I love your pattern. Looks great! Also I am a follower now!

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  95. Love your quilt pattern - the sunkissed fabrics are beautiful too!!! I have made Blooms' "Abracadabra" quilt a few times now as it comes in 2 size variations and it is such a quick and easy quilt to put together.

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  96. I can't say that I've ever had to remake a quilt though there have been a couple I have NEVER wanted to make again!

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  97. I'm currently finishing a nine-patch quilt that my grandmother started. She gave it to me over 25 years ago and I'm just now getting ready to begin quilting it. Would you consider this a "remake"? lol

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  98. I'm a follower and really like both of the colorways in your quilt. I've never remade a quilt.

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  99. Congratulations on your lovely quilt being published at the Moda Bake Shop site. I'm a new follower!

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  100. I just became a follower. I love your quilt design, I think I have found my new project.

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  101. I have never remade a quilt yet, maybe one day though.

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  102. You know I love it,,, but I also want the give away stuff... You are so talented.!!! and I am proud of you!!!

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  103. I love linking into new blogs that I just fall in love with. After seeing your quilts, I just had to become a follower. I bookmarked your blog so now I will be able to check back often (instead of trying to "re-find" the link). I am looking forward to your next project.
    Luckily, I have never had to re-make a quilt, although there us one I am not happy with that I might have to re-do.

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  104. love how you made this one easy! i have a book with the pattern and it has me doing everything NOT easy to make it, so i never even thought about it. i like to start and stop sewing projects between work, so anything complex, well, i get super lost. i want to try this with repo 1930s fabrics.

    the only quilts i've made more than once are double irish chains and the new wave quilt. i'll make one and someone will want one in their colors! also make a lot of samplers with blocks from swaps

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  105. I'm all for pastels and pretty colors, and "Sunkissed" is a favorite line of mine, but that "Hoopla" quilt is to die for! I've actually just found the quilt I just HAVE to make, and I adored the color (purple) and the pattern (one featured on Modabakeshop.com). I've never made a quilt for myself, and so my bed is pathetically bare. I've decided the gorgeous purple quilt is MY quilt, so I just HAVE to make it. :D

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  106. and i follow now! watch me stay up all night checking out your page :)

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  107. ok, I didn't read all the instructions on how to win... I am also doing the quilt along, except I do not have the yellow.. I have been cutting out and sewing HST for the Hounds tooth all day (is that included in this?),.. I need all the entries I can get.. I also gave birth to your husband... wow! that should get me several entries!!! (((hugs))) woo hooo!!!

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  108. I have remade a pattern it was rasberry and chocolate the first was with pure and the second one is done with sunkissed I love the first jeweled box quilt you made

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  109. It's a shame you don't include your Canadian followers - anyway, after seeing your jewel box, I would definitely remake it (it was the first quilt I made)

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  110. I am new to quilting, and love going to moda bakeshop to find new quilt pattern for me to try. I am a visual girl, so all the step by step pictures is very helpful. I have made only 4 quilts so far and 2 table runners. Your jewel box quilt is a beautiful pattern. I like it in the darker prints, but love the new sunkissed too!! I can not wait to order some material and start on you quilt!!

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  111. Great quilt. Love the jewel box. Great instructions. Thanks. Also love the Hoopla. I have remade baby quilts before because the pattern was so awesomely cute.
    Mary

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  112. I am still working on finishing my first quilt so no remakes yet but I have improved so much since I started this quilt that there are parts of it I'm dying to redo!

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  113. I am following in my google reader!

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  114. I tried to make a quilt for the monochromatic challenge and it was a series of 2 inch rows and when it was all finished it curves--I need to do it over again but am still to upset to! :)
    Love the Hoopla line and would love to play with the layer cake--thanks for the chance to win!
    Carin

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  115. I am a follower of your blog now!

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  116. I've made quilts that I wanted to remake but then I always find a new pattern before doing so! Thanks for something new to try out, they are both gorgeous.

    rhianneholmes@hotmail(dot)com

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  117. I'm still fairly new to quilting so I haven't ever re-made a quilt yet. I've been enjoying trying out new patterns and learning new techniques so far.

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  118. I have remade one quilt pattern 3 times. It was for a very simple baby quilt and it went to gether so easily and I know it so well, that it is my go to pattern, if I decide to make a baby quilt for someone that I have not gotten a pattern picked out for.

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  119. I'm in the process of remaking a quilt so that my boys can have coordinating quilts in their rooms. The same pattern, same feature fabric, but different accent colors. I'm hoping to the get the second one done this week.

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  120. I love the Sunkissed Jewel Box quilt, great colors.I made a Jewel Box quilt years ago for my granddaughter and it is still one of my favorite patterns. I remade a scrappy triple 4 patch and I have almost enough blocks for a 3rd one. I have also made more Disappearing 9 patch quilts than I can remember in just about any variation you could think of.

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  121. Yes, I have re-made a couple of quilts in different colorways. Love the quilt, so why not? LOL

    What a wonderful quilt and an equally wonderful giveaway! Thanks for the chance to make an "easy" version of the jewel box quilt!

    Bari

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  122. I've never made the same quilt twice, altho I do love the nine patch and could make infinite variations on it!

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  123. I'm participating in Melissa's quilt along at http://www.happyquiltingmelissa.blogspot.com right now. I already bought the sashing color for a layer cake of Origin by Basic Grey that I have. It's been easy and I can't wait to see what both quilts look like finished.

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  124. I'm a follower. Also, I'm almost finished with the Ritzy Cracker quilt that I'm making. I just have to baste, quilt and bind it. Thanks for the giveway!

    P.S. I love your new quilt pattern!

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  125. I am so happy for you that you got a Moda Bake shop project! In just 3 years of quilting you have really excelled. You are so inspiring!

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  126. Comment #1: The quilt I had to make was for my daughter's dorm room...why? Because she said "Mommy, would you?" That is more than enough reason for me.

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  127. Comment #2: I follow your blog..and prefer the colorway on Moda Bakeshop's page...don't know why, but thinking maybe the calmer colors..but anyway, georgous quilt!

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  128. Your quilt is absolutely gorgeous and I love the remake in the light colours. Now I want to make one in those colours! I haven't done a remake myself, I always find so many more new patterns I want to do before going through one I've aready done. I do admire you for being able to the same quilt twice though!

    lexilucas@gmail.com

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  129. Oh it's certainly is breathtaking. I love it.

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  130. I made a quilt as a baby gift for a friend and had to remake it to keep a copy for myself for a future grandchild. I just fell in love with the way it turned out! I am a new follower.

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  131. I am a new follower and I absolutely LOVE the Hoopla fabrics. Would be thrilled to win such a bonus!

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  132. Happy Anniversary! :o)
    I love your Moda Bake Shop tutorial and thanks so much for a chance to win your gorgeous fabric. :o)
    Sincerely, Trish
    ps. I am still a new quilter, so making everything once so far. ;o)

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  133. You know me ... I am a follower. :o)

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  134. I love the jewel box pattern, too - have used it to make several baby quilts! Also, I had to make one of my commissioned quilts for myself because I loved it so much.

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  135. I am still working on my first quilt, a dresden plate for my mom. Only 3 years now :(

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  136. I am also a follower. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  137. Thanks for the opportunity to win Hoopla..its a great line! I made a quilt for my daughter and liked it so much I used the same pattern in different colors to make one for my son.

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  138. Thanks for the chance to win... there have been a number of quilts that I have just had to make usually due to the color combinations, but I only get as far as buying the fabric. Then by the time I get back to the fabric that would have been just perfect for that particular quilt, I can't remember what it was... sad, I know. Congrats on your wedding anniversary; March is a good month to get married... I am actually tying the knot on the 12th!

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  139. I love your photo on the bridge...so nice! I am recreating a quilt that I made for charity and loved it so much that I want one for myself in almost the same colorway. Thanks for the chance to win this nice layer cake give away!

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  140. Beautiful quilt. Love the colors. This is my first discovery of your blog. Thanks for the give away opportunity.

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  141. Congrats on the lovely MBS entry! That is one of my favorite quilt patterns and yet I have still never made one. Love seeing both color options - thanks for the motivation! I can't recall ever remaking a quilt. Mainly, because I'm too lazy. :)

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  142. . LOVE your photos and BOTH quilts ! I've not remade a pattern yet ; I'm newer to quilting ; I have made 2 different quilts with pinwheels in them , but that's as close as I've gotten !

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  143. I am now a follower of your blog ; thanks for the chances to win .

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  144. I was looking for this pattern and now you posted it. How funny is that? It looks great with the fabric you chose.

    My fave pattern that I've remade a few times is the Disappearing Nine Patch from Rachel Griffith featured on the Moda Bakeshop site.

    Thanks for the chance to win such fun fabric.

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  145. I was looking for this pattern and now you posted it. How funny is that? It looks great with the fabric you chose.

    My fave pattern that I've remade a few times is the Disappearing Nine Patch from Rachel Griffith featured on the Moda Bakeshop site.

    Thanks for the chance to win such fun fabric.

    uschbear at gmail dot com

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  146. I love your quilt. I made a Jewel Box quilt out of scraps several years ago before precuts came out. It would be so fun and so much faster to make one using a layer cake. The only quilt I can remember remaking was a log cabin when I first started making quilts about 25 years ago. There's so many different things I want to make - I usually move on to something new. I'm always glad to see designers show their patterns in more than one though.
    Thanks for a chance to win.

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  147. Your quilt is great! I don't redo a quilt because there are too many others I want to start.

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  148. I'm a follower. Thanks for having a giveaway!

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  149. I am a new follower and absolutely love your jewel box quilt in both colorways. A quilt I've made over and over which always looks different depending on fabric is Lucky Stars. The Hoopla fabric is pretty wonderful.

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  150. I had to make a quick quilt as a table topper for my table outside with the Sunkissed fabric line. I love it so much! It screams spring to me.

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  151. Beautiful quilts. I've only remade one quilt, but I did it twice. I made a modified 9-patch for my brother out of colorful flannel. I liked it so well that I used the scraps (+) to make two smaller quilts for my grandsons.
    thanks for the chance to win. More fabric!

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  152. Found you through the Moda Bake Shop. I wanted to see it in the other colorway - the brighter one is STUNNING! Thanks for sharing the pattern with us!

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  153. Beautiful quilt, and one that I will definitely make at some point in the not-too-distant future! One of the very first quilts I made, a baby quilt from a Mary Engelbreit book, was so much fun and came out so well that I have purchased fabric to make it again, in different colors. I love having a baby quilt on hand so I'm prepared when I need a gift for a new little one.

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  154. Both quilts are pretty - I totally get why you had to make it again in Sunkissed.

    I've made a couple of checker board quilts with charms, just so I could use the charm pack....and because making a checker board is way easy.

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  155. Oooh! Gorgeous quilt! I love the photograph of it too! I've never had to re-make a quilt, but I did make 2 at once, one as a gift and one for me!

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  156. I'm a follower! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  157. Love the quilt and I love how you used the sunkissed line of fabric. Since I have only made four quilts (I am just a beginner) I can't really say I have yet remade a quilt because I was in love with it so much, but I am sure that is going to happen. For now, my list just keeps growing with all the quilts I want to make, yours included.

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  158. I have a favorite log cabin pattern made from layer cakes that I have made 7 times and would love to make another in Hoopla.

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  159. I am a follower.
    teekayb29@gmail.com

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  160. Several times I have made a quilt I call "filmstirp". It is a good pattern to use up the fabrics I love.
    teekayb29@gmail.com

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  161. I've used the disappearing 9-patch tutorial on http://obsessivelystitching.blogspot.com a number of times. I love the result and the process is so much fun!

    theredkiwi (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  162. Nope, I've never had to remake a quilt because I've only ever made ONE quilt! I'm not a fan of remaking anyway - too much effort! I try to give myself one shot - and if it doesn't work out, I try to make it work anyway :)

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  163. Lots of repeated baby quilts...love your work!

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  164. This just became my "have to make" quilt. I am going on a quilt retreat and I "have" to bring this! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  165. I follow you on a google reader.

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  166. I really love it in the new lighter colors - it makes me hopeful that spring will be here eventually :) I have redone half of a quilt in another color before. I had a star quilt I made in navy and red, and then when I set all the blocks out, the red didn't look right, so I redid all of those in navy.

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