Time for the Bake Shop!

My latest creation for the Moda Bake Shop has been added to their website this morning. Hop on over to check out Spun Sugar by clicking here.

I have to admit, between:
multiple family members coming back "home" for a couple weeks each
releasing the latest Ruby Blue pattern
vacation (I'll update you later I swear)
and Cottonpicker's Quilt Shop moving this weekend
I almost forgot about my Bake Shop project until I logged on the computer this morning and realized what day it is.

The holidays and I have a love/hate relationship, but I think most of us do. I have most of the Christmas shopping done, just a few stragglers that are really hard to shop for. And the baking part will get fit in when it gets fit in, and I'm just taking it one day at a time.

It really didn't hit me how close we were to Thanksgiving until we were in the Bahamas and all of the shopping centers were decorated to the nines with Christmas. I have a picture of one of the prettiest trees I have seen so far this year (and for November 20th I have seen alot already) with palm trees and beautiful yachts behind it.

But more on that later, go check out Spun Sugar on the Moda Bake Shop and come back here and tell me what you think! I'm working with an online shop that's getting kits together of this quilt, the fabric doesn't arrive in stores until December so once I know more details on when she expects it I will give you the details so you too can make Spun Sugar out of Sugar Pop by Liz Scott.

Take care and until next time!


  1. I love this quilt and the tutorial looks pretty easy to follow. Thanks for the great directions. I look forward to trying it. :)

  2. Your directions are really great! I'm not sure if I'm going to make it - a twin-size quilt seems like too big of a committment for me right now, but unlike many tutorials, this one looks really easy to understand and use. I love the diagrams showing the 'yellow' pieces that you're showing how to cut right then. Maybe it's my math/science background (I'm a bio prof full-time) but anyway, it makes perfect sense to me! Maybe I'll adapt for a smaller quilt...
    Thanks for sharing!

  3. Love it!!! I've been wondering what to do with those Fat 1/8ths cuts!!! Clear, great directions - and a too cute pattern! Thank you. :) I had to come over here to your blog (thanks to the Moda Bake Shop link) to tell you that. Now I'm following your blog, and can't wait to see your next projects!

  4. Hi Rebecca,

    I love this quilt! Thank you so much for using my fabrics in such an awesome way! I have to tell you that I too loved art and math all through school and I also have my degree in graphic design and now i work with fabric! Small world. Warmly, Liz

  5. I just wanted to say how much I love this pattern, I have so many fat quarters that I can cute them up use for this pattern I am so happy to download this pattern.


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