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Love It, Pin It, Win It! at the Moda Bakeshop

I am a little late annoucing this wonderful contest because I was out of town for my best friends wedding (I will be back tomorrow to tell you all about my trip), but right now I'd like to tell you about this contest Moda Bakeshop is having right now it is called


Contest Details

Here is what you do…

LOVE IT: Browse through the Moda Bake Shop recipes and choose your favorites. 

PIN IT: Pin and re-pin photos* of your favorite recipes on Pinterest with the tags #modabakeshop #modafabrics #lovepinwin. Be sure your pin is linked to the recipe itself, and not the MBS home page. You can enter as many times as you like, but the winning pin must have the three tags {#modabakeshop #modafabrics #lovepinwin}.

WIN IT: Six random winners will be chosen from the tagged photos. The grand prize is a set of the ingredients to make your favorite recipe (fabric will be from what is currently available). 

But that's not all! You can also write up a blog post explaining why you've chosen your favorite recipe and link to your post on the Moda Contest Page here. Five winners will be chosen from the linky party to win current Moda pre-cuts.

The contest runs from September 14-22 (closes at midnight CST).

My Moda Bakeshop Recipe

If you were a fan of my Easy Pezzy Crib Quilt, it is one of the Moda Bakeshop recipes and I would surely love your re-pin :) If you would like to pin it be you can re-pin my Pinterest pin here.

Let the fun begin! Time to Love It, Pin It, Win It! :)



Alyssa Williams

Alyssa Williams

Creator of Pile O' Fabric

Alyssa Lichner is a graphic designer turned avid sewist. She writes modern quilting tutorials and shares techniques and inspiration on her blog, Pile O’ Fabric. Alyssa has a passion for exploring different techniques and applying them to modern designs. She is thankful to have the opportunity to share these techniques, through her tutorials, patterns, and classes with quilters around the world. She always encourages her readers and students to challenge themselves to try new things and to approach quilting with a fearless attitude.