Hooray, Hooray…It’s a Moda Bake Shop Day…AND a giveaway!!

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE GIVEAWAY HAS BEEN CLOSED FOR THIS PROJECT.  YOU CAN FIND THIS PATTERN ON MODA BAKE SHOP HERE.

If you are new to the blog, welcome.  We typically put up new blog post twice daily so there is always something new and fresh here.  We host lots of giveaways too.  Click HERE and see what’s new today…

Do you know what day it is…It’s a Moda Bake Shop day and a give away day.  What could be more fun??  You can get the free pattern for this quilt there.

When I saw the Sweetwater’s Reunion fabric line, I knew I didn’t want to miss it.  I quickly got out my doodle pad and started drawing a design.  A few tweaks here and a few there along with some number crunching and had the design for my quilt.  The quilt is large finishing at 98″ x 98″.  It’s hard to believe a quilt that is so big can be made with only two jelly rolls.

One of the things I like is that it uses all but a couple strips.

I had such a fun time sewing this one.  As I was cutting the quilt out, there right on the fabric I saw the name of my small printed.  Image my shock as our small little town only has 250 people in it!  You can read the whole story here.

ReunionFabric

I was planning that this quilt would be a wedding gift…then after I saw the town’s name, I thought maybe I would keep the quilt.

The receipts are from the same small town so maybe it would be okay…but I still like it.

Quilting Fabric at the Fat Quarter Shop

Here’s some good news for you….The Fat Quarter Shop is giving away TWO Reunion Jelly Rolls to ONE lucky reader.  That will give you a good start on making you own quilt.

To win you don’t need to sign up for the Fat Quarter Shops news letter or subscribe to their blog.  You don’t have to like Jo’s Country Junction on Facebook either but you sure can…Just leaving a comment here telling the name of your hometown for a chance to win.   I’ll pick a winner on Tuesday.

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335 thoughts on “Hooray, Hooray…It’s a Moda Bake Shop Day…AND a giveaway!!

  1. Brooke Proctor

    My hometown, where my parents still live, is Houston, TX. I now live in the tiny West Texas town of Snyder. We adore small town living! Great quilt and I love Reunion!!

  2. ~ Julie ~

    What a sweet quilt! I can’t believe it only uses two jelly rolls!!! AWESOME!!! My hometown is Fairview, Utah! We have 1,200 people here and LOVE IT!!! Thanks for the opportunity to win such a great giveaway!!! :)

  3. Christine

    My hometown is Citrus Heights, California….now my home is in Fairfield, California…both great places!

  4. Daisy C.

    I am from Britton, SD and it was a great place to grow up. Population about 1500 give or take. Up until just a year or two ago we have had some one living in my great grandparents home for over 100 years. It was sad to see it get sold. I always look forward to going there for a visit. Thanks, Daisy

  5. Brenda Debord

    My hometown is Corinth, Mississippi. Lived in Ms most of my life, Louisiana a couple of years, and Atlanta the last 20 something. Red is my favorite color and would love to win.

  6. Carol

    Hi Jo – I’m from Belton, Missouri. A small town but good to call home! Getting ready here to go on a quilt retreat this Thursday, and would be SO excited to win these jelly rolls – I plan making your quilt whether I win or not. Keep on creating – especially if you have any Accuquilt ideas!

  7. Pat V.

    Well, my original hometown (where I grew up) is Milford, NJ. My real hometown (where I live, love and quilt) is Snohomish, WA!

  8. MoeWest

    I live in Calgary, Alberta. I wonder if Reunion has any Canadian place names. It’s so nice that you found your hometown name on the fabric.

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  10. Pauline

    My home town is Canton Michigan…luv Sweetwater fabrics….fabulous quilt using only 2 jelly rolls….thanks for the chance to win a some ‘Reunion’…:o)

  11. Sharon Judkins

    My dad was in the Air Force so I never felt like I had a “hometown”. I was born in El Paso, Texas but left after a year and a half and have never been back. I have lived in Hatfield, Arkansas for 34 years and consider that my “hometown”!

  12. Jeanine Ford

    Oh, what a cozy quilt! First glance made me think of freckles! (I know – give that girl more coffee so she can wake up!!) What “Sweet”ness to find the name of your little town in the print! I bet you WERE just stunned! How fun! I remember making my then-boyfriend (turned hubby!) and I matching teeshirts out of a small print that had “Ford” on a reproduced newsprint knit 38 years ago!! Hard to read, but I knew it was there! Love those little treats that show themselves when we manage to read the fine print of life!

  13. Jenny

    Great quilt … hometown … Strathmore, Ca moved to another small town america – Riverdale, Ca

  14. MaryAnn

    I live in Cincinnati Ohio. I would love the fabric as a crazy reminder of the quilt show just here. Thanks for the chance.

  15. Linda julian

    My home town is San Diego, what an awesome quilt the fabric makes it. My husband saw the quilt and loved it, being a country boy and sleeping under many a quilts it reminded him of his Grandmothers quilts down in Noble, LA. It would be so cool to surprise him with this quilt.

  16. Diann Cornell

    My original hometown (where I was born) is Jamaica, New York. I haven’t lived there since I was an infant though.

  17. MarciaW

    trenton florida I receive the FQS newsletter and also follow
    how did I miss this post earlier?

  18. Rose Stertz

    My hometown is Cincinnati. I wish I had read this before the Quilt Show; I would have stopped by . . . maybe I did and can’t remember. Talk about sensory overload!!!! I am and always will be a ‘townie’! Pick me!!!!

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