Friday, February 10, 2012

More Lollipop Fun!

If you are looking for the Fat Quarter Shop giveaway click here.

Today Jane Davidson from Quilt Jane is here to show you her Lollipop quilt. This quilt first appeared on Moda Bake Shop Over a year ago and is a pattern I have been wanting to make. I think I will finally have to work on it soon. 

Sharon Pernes from Craizee Corners has invited me to join in the her spotlight on Sandy Gervais. Sandy is a very talented designer for Moda that has dazzled the quilting world with her bright and cheery fabric collections. One of my all time favourites of Sandy's is Lollipop. It is a cheeky range of fun designs that come together in a rainbow of turquoise, orange, golds, reds, chocolates and creamy white.




For my first ModaBakeShop project I selected Lollipop to make this simple baby quilt / play mat.




A very achievable design for the beginner quilter, introducing them to simple piecing, applique and embroidery techniques.






I usually give away the quilts I have made but this little quilt has a special place in my quilting journey and will remain with me forever.

To coincide with my blog post today, I have listed in my little e-shop, five Lollipop kits. The kit has 2 Lollipop Charm packs and Lollipop yardage for the backing and binding. Team that up with the MBS tutorial - Lollipop Quilt - and you will have one cute quilt.


Thank you Sharon for inviting me to showcase my Lollipop quilt and the fabulous fabrics of Sandy Gervais. 

Don't forget to look out for Sandy's new collections to be released soon,  Merry Medley, Monster Bash and Phenomenal Falls.

Thanks for visiting Craizee Corners today Jane, that is one adorable quilt!
Come back tomorrow to see what great things Patti from Retired To Quilt has in store for you.

3 comments:

  1. Just fantasc work I love these... Such talent we have here...

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  2. I remember this quilt from Moda Bake Shop! One of my all time favourites!

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  3. This quilt is just adorable!! TFS
    ~Terry~

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