August 10, 2013

Cozy Campground Quilt Giveaway!

Fabric: S'more Love by Eric and Julie Comstock for Moda
Thread: Aurifil for piecing and quilting
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Today I have a feature on the Moda BakeShop! This is my second project for the BakeShop and I couldn't be more excited to show it to you.  Please check it out here and let me know what you think. 

I know that here at least it is very difficult to imagine making S'mores in front of the campfire (it was 103 degrees today) but before you know it, fall will be here and that means camping!

This quilt is perfect for snuggling up with your favorite little campers in front of the fire.

I have lots of yummy scraps left over from this project that I thought I would share with you.  The scraps include a nice little bundle of fat eights as well as a ziploc full of smaller scraps. 

For a chance to win, just leave me a comment telling me what you would make with this adorable line of fabric.  You do not have to be a follower to enter but I always love showing my readers a little extra love, so for a bonus entry, just make sure you follow the blog and tell me so in a separate comment.  A winner will be drawn on August 17th via the Random Number Generator.  Good luck!!

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Oh, I almost forgot, this project is also in my 3rd Quarter Finish-A-Long list for Leanne. Woohoo, cross this baby off the list!


92 comments:

  1. I've been wanting to make a Settlers of Catan hexagon quilt but have been able to find the right fabric. I think the wood grain and pine suncatcher fabrics would be great for replicating the board game pieces!

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  2. What an adorable quilt! It completely looks like a camp out blanket. I have a scrappy quilt in mind that I am planning on working on that these fabrics would look wonderful in.

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  3. I have been following you with Feedly.

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  4. Yes, perfect for camping! Great mix of colors:)

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  5. I WOULD LIKE TO TRY YOUR PATTERN...SO CUTE!

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  6. Congrats on your Moda Bake Shop feature.... I saw it this morning and thought it was great! I'd make a table topper with that cute fabric!

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  7. Not sure what I would make but I have the sudden urge for s'mores! Thanks for the chance!

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  8. I'd amke a runner for my breakfast bar - great quilt very autumnal.

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  9. and I follow you on bloglovin.

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  10. I follow you on bloglovin. kcannon@anwsu.org

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  11. I would love your scraps. Not sure what I would make, there's always lots of ideas swirling around in my head. Next on my list is the scrappy trip around the world. kcannon@anwsu.org

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  12. A quilt for my nephew. This pattern and fabric are a perfect fit for him. He will be two in September and he recently lost all his special blankies, with the exception of the one he had with him, in a house fire. This quilt would make a nice "rebuilt room" warming present for the little guy.

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  13. I love your quilt design and congrats for the quilt feature on Moda Bake Shop!! Those are the sweet treats I love!!! Your scraps of this yummy fabric would make a great lapquilt!! Thanks for the chance!!

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  14. I follow you on Bloglovin' and GFC!!

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  15. Love your Cozy Campground quilt - I enjoy foundation paper piecing. Your fabrics would make a great quilt for my great nephew. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  16. I'm a follower with Bloglovin'. Thanks again.

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  17. I LOVE this. I am always on the lookout for more 'cross blocks'. I would use your scraps for my OWN cross quilt. Thanks for the chance!

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  18. I am a follower on Bloglovin'

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  19. love the colors of your quilt! Fall colors are my favorite, orange, brown, etc. Not sure what quilt I would make with the scraps. i have sooo many projects and patterns i would love to make!

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  20. This is so cute! I love your tutorial and the quilt is fun! I love paper piecing! I would use the fabric to make a baby boy quilt for my friend's upcoming baby. I know she'll love it!

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  21. That is a cute line of fabric. I just was looking at one of my other favorite bloggers and she made coin purses out of candy wrappers and fusible vinyl. It must be favorite munchies day today.

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  22. I love this quilt. I've been wanting to try this technique but it always looked to complicated. I think I'll try with your instructions. I think I would make it really scrappy!

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  23. Such a cute quilt! I would use that line for some fun travel pillows/pillowcases, and I would incorporate the smaller scraps into my I-Spy EPP hexie project (it's currently 3.5' x 4.5')!

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  24. I'm a new follower via BlogLovin; found you on the Moda Bakeshop. :)

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  25. I would make some potholders for Christmas gifts!

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  26. And I added your blog to my feedly!

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  27. Congrats on your feature! Love the quilt.

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  28. I follow you through Bloglovin' and love your enthusiasm and ideas! Thank you.

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  29. I'm working on a scrappy trip quilt and I think these would be the perfect addition to it :)

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  30. What a great quilt for my oldest son. He spend his time now on a compground because here are holidays.
    The technique sound simple and great!
    Happy quilting
    Bea

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  31. I would love to do a baby quilt with these, the colors are perfect!!!!

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  32. I love these fabrics and think I just might make some new placemats!

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  33. Congrats on a super finish, Stacey! Your new pattern is awesome. Great use of the fabrics from the Smores line!

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  34. Very cute quilt! I really like your pattern and the fabrics that wouldn't be shunned by the male contingent of the camping excursion :)

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  35. i am making all my 24 grands a quilt each sure could put them to good use

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  36. We just moved from very sunny Florida to ch-ch-chilly England. And although we have a APO address, we haven't received any mail yet! What would be more perfect than perfect fabric to make a snuggly warm blanket for my growing up quick (sniff) one year old baby boy!

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  37. Congrats, it's a really cute quilt and a great use for this line of fabrics. I think I would make a camping set for at least one of my boys with this line. A matching backpack and quilt would go down a treat.

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  38. I follow your blog via Bloglovin

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  39. Awesome quilt!!! I think a blanket/quilt for my nephew would be perfect in this!!!

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  40. A great tutorial, I love the postcard tip, thanks.

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  41. I love your camp quilt! It looks nice and cozy. I would make a little backpack out of this fabric for my 3-year old granddaughter. I love the campy color combination! Thanks for sharing.

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  42. I follow your delightful blog via bloglovin.

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  43. I am a blog follower via Bloglovin.

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  44. i woul put the scrps with 24 lil charm squares i won and hopefully hav eenough to do a cute lil table topper The colors all would match . Lovely quilt by the way. I am so ready for fall so we can cool off it has been super hot here this summer.

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  45. I just added your blog to my blogroll. I look forward to reading it.

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  46. Great pattern. Love the clear instructions. Thanks for the chance to win
    would love to make one of these for my family.
    Shawn

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  47. I love your quilt and the S'more Love fabrics! It's great to make a quilt that's meant to be used and loved. I have been looking at that particular fabric collection to make a quilt to give to my sister for Christmas. She and her family are into camping, she LOVES owls, and fall colors are perfect for her decor. I know it would be a gift that would thrill her. Thanks for sharing your cool design and for the chance to win.

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  48. Greàt quilt and I am headed over to Moda Bake Shop for the instructions. Thanks!

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  49. I follow you with Bloglovin!

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  50. I would love to make a quilt for my cuddly 4 year old grandson!

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  51. I have not tried my hand at much paper piecing and would love to try to make this quilt if I won! Very cute.

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  52. I am a new follower via bloglovin.

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  53. Your quilt is lovely. I would use the scraps in bee blocks I think. Thanks!

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  54. great pattern and colors! I'm a follower on Bloglovin'!

    :) Kelly @ My Quilt Infatuation

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  55. I think a little mini might be just the thing.

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  56. I'm following through Bloglovin'.

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  57. This is SEW cute! I had two little boys as well and they would have loved this!

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  58. Probably a mini quilt.
    (smjohns63 at yahoo dot com)

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  59. I follow on BL, thanks for the chance.
    (smjohns63 at yahoo dot com)

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  60. I'd make your camping quilt - I love it!

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  61. I would make a scrappy smore quilt!

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  62. i follow via Bloglovin
    Karrie Smith
    I know this much is true
    http://karrie-s.blogspot.com/

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  63. I think it would make a great quilt for my son in law. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  64. I'd make something for my grandsons. I think the line lends itself to males (as well as females). I find it difficult to find "male" fabrics. Your quilt is great! Thanks for a great giveaway.

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  65. I love the colors in this line. I would make one of the big comfy pillow I saw on another blog.

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  66. Hi I'm a new follower via Bloglovin' I love the colors of this quilt and it is a refreshing change from florals. I would make a nice throw to keep near, but not too near, the fireplace!

    Pamela V

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  67. Hi I'm a new follower via Bloglovin' I love the colors of this quilt and it is a refreshing change from florals. I would make a nice throw to keep near, but not too near, the fireplace!

    Pamela V

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  68. I would do this "Cozy Campground Quilt" ~ What a easy lesson for foundation piecing ~ the quilt is adorable and my granddaughters already say they need this...........Thanks for this wonderful opportunity!

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  69. I belong to a Stashbuster club so I am sure that I would be able to use the fabric in one of the awesome projects they come up with.

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  70. I started following your blog!

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  71. I love this quilt and the whole concept of a camping quilt. I would definitely make this quilt and if I don't win the fabric, I'll make the quilt anyway.

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  72. That is such a lovely, fun quilt, I think I would have to use the scraps to copy it :)

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  73. I am following you on bloglovin'.

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  74. I am actually making my very first non-beginning quilter's class quilt out of this. I am using the charm packs and having the hardest time making up my mind on how to lay it out! Either way, I adore your quilt! It looks fantastic! :)

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  75. I've got a pretty stash that would mesh super well with these fabrics, I think I'd try making a scrappy quilt :)

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