It’s a Moda Bake Shop Day!!


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…

Hello..and welcome to a Moda Bake Shop Day!!  Kelli and I have been busy working on baby quilts with the new fabric line Oink a Doodle Moo.  It’s all farm print fabric and oh, so cute.

When we saw the fabric we just knew we had to design something with it.  We started with a jelly roll and designed not one, not two, but THREE baby quilts all with one jelly roll..and of course some extra yardage including two panels.  The gals over at Fat Quarter Shop have all the fabric you need to make the quilts.  You can find it here.  The gals are so generous and are giving away a jelly roll of the line to one of our readers…just keep reading and we’ll let you know how to sign up to win.

As we finished each quilt we love it…

Then we’d make the next quilt and would love that one more….

But then see the next and wonder if it wasn’t our favorite…


I just love making baby quilts.  They are so quick and easy to make quickly.  All of the directions are on Moda Bake Shop to make each of the quilts.  If you are making them cut them out in the order given.

Just last week Kelli was out doing farm chores.  Around here our guys are gearing up to get ready to do the spring farm work….that means Kelli and I will be farm widows again.  That’s okay, that means we’ll have lots of uninterrupted sewing and blogging time.  That’s good because we have lots of fun things going on next week that you won’t want to miss because they include giveaways!!

Speaking of giveaways…

Quilting Fabric at the Fat Quarter Shop
If you’d like to win the jelly roll from the Fat Quarter Shop, just leave a comment here telling if you ever lived on farm or visited a farm.  We’ll pick a winner next week.

330 thoughts on “It’s a Moda Bake Shop Day!!”

  1. I grew up on a farm a.k.a. ranch. We live on a farm now. My brother has a cow-calf operation and we get to see cows and calves, along with the horses and dogs, every day through the windows and doors. Of course we have garden(S) and our house is built on the edge of the pasture. It’s a great lifestyle, albeit 7 days a week of work to get done. I LOVE these quilts and the fabric. Please let us win!

  2. Never lived on a farm, but I’ve visited several over the years. I love reading about what you’re doing on the farm.

  3. i grew up on a farm and still visit regularly, it was a wonderful way to grow up being outside all the time ,growing things and baby animals.

  4. Don’t live on a farm but have certainly visited a lot of farm families! We have acreage and a garden but can’t have poultry or farm animals in our subdivision. I LOVE your farm quilts, especially #2.

  5. I grew up on a farm in Iowa and I feel it was the greatest place to grow up. I still have some relatives on the farm so do get the opportunity to visit a farm on occasion. Loved your baby quilts. I have a new grandson so am looking for boy quilt ideas.

  6. I’ve never lived on a farm, grew up in NYC. We sometimes camped in PA in Amish country and used to go visit farms on those trips.

  7. By the time I came along my family had given up farming, but we did have cows, and chickens for a while. Thanks for the giveaway. The baby quilts are sweet!

  8. I have never lived on a farm, but have visited several farms. My dad lived part of his growing up years on a farm, and we had some church friends that had farms that we visited. I also remember visiting a dairy farm on a bike trip with my nephew and we witnessed a calf being born.

  9. We never lived on a farm, but my grandparents lived across the road from a dairy farm. Thanks for the chance to win!

  10. I lived on a farm growing up in Oklahoma. I have milked the cows, fed the chickens & the pigs!! Those were the days!! My parents still live there, but do not farm any more.

  11. When I was a little girl we lived on a farm but the acreage was leased out to a pig farmer. When the farmer came over to slop the hogs I would jump onto the back of his flatbed feeding truck to go in the fields to help feed them. We had chickens and a big garden to take care of for our own personal use. It was a great time and I am so thankful I had a taste of farm living until I was twelve years of age and we had to move.
    Thank you for a chance at winning a great jellyroll.

  12. Never lived on a farm but have visited several.In the summer staying in Michigan we would go to a farm to buy just picked corn on the cob. makes me wish to do it again just thinking about it.

  13. I’ve visited a lot of farms. The neighbors have cows & hogs. Dad’s high school buddy has a dairy herd. I grew up at a rural home. We rented most of the land to my Grandpa & Uncle.

  14. My grandparents lived on a farm and some of my fondest childhood memories are of time spent there. They had cows and horses. My maternal grandparents had a chicken farm, which was interesting in its own way.

  15. Nancy B from Many LA

    I live on a “farmette”. We have 18 acres, a nice-sized garden, 3 tractors (they all do different jobs), 19 hens and 4 roosters, and 6 dogs… It’s a really nice change; we used to live in a suburb on a lot 56’x87′!

  16. I have visited farms quite a few times….it is so interesting….but, oh, the smells!! Thanks for the opportunity to win this giveaway!

  17. I lived on a small sheep ranch in Colorado when I was in high school. Years later, we lived on a large farm/ranch operation in Montana. It was a different life style but my young children loved it and it was great for them, Would love to win, this would be perfect for the charity quilts I make. Thanks for the chance.

  18. Never lived on a farm. Grew up near lots of them, but I’ve never been a fan of farm animals. Except in cute picture form!

  19. I’m afraid that I’ve never lived on a farm, but a friend of my husband’s had a farm and I used to like to go visit. I’d ride with the friend’s wife to the feed lot to pick up calves. They got them real cheap because the used to just get trampled there. The funniest thing was when they asked me if I wanted to milk one of their cows. Their young daughter was sitting on her stool doing it & figured… How hard could it be? Boy, was I in for a surprise! I finally managed to get a little milk, but it was a very little! I would love to with the Oink a Doodle Moo jelly roll! Thanks for the chance to win!

  20. For several years we lived on a small farm, with cows, chickens, goats, pigs, and geese and had a large garden. Loved it even though it was hard work. It kept us busy.

  21. I was raised on a small farm, with cows chickens, and pigs. I learned to milk a cow at aver young age. We had a very large garden each year and canned a lot of vegs and so on. My hubby and I also own a chicken farm at one time!! Work was 24-7, never a end. We have now are setting back and enjoying the E-Z life and quilting!!

  22. I realize that this is an older post; but do you mind me asking how many Jelly Rolls you purchased to make all three quilts?

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