Christa’s Year of Weekly Giveways #45 – Bella Solids Layer Cake

First of all, thanks to all of your sweet comments from last week’s giveaway. I love how generous everyone was by wanting to share the love rather than win the prize all for themselves. You guys really encourage me each and every day! Scroll down to the end for the winners.

Layer Cake

Bella Solids Snow Layer Cake

And now for this week’s giveaway: one lucky reader will win a  Moda Bella Solids Layer Cake in the Snow Color. I recently had to “borrow” one square of this layer cake. Since I couldn’t sell it with a missing piece, I decided it would be fun to give the remaining 41 squares to one of you!

So here are the details:

  • Leave your comment below telling me what you like to do with Layer Cakes
  • Giveaway is open to everyone near and far
  • Winner will be chosen at random next Wednesday, February 19th at Noon PST
  • Their name will be listed the following day along with the next giveaway

Last Week’s winners:

Congratulations to Becky R. and Avon B. who each won a charm pack.

Moda SnowbirdKona Sunrise

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295 Responses to Christa’s Year of Weekly Giveways #45 – Bella Solids Layer Cake

  1. robin says:

    I would make wonky star quilt which is next on my (long) list!

  2. woohooo thank you Christa for picking me as the winner!

  3. Jansie says:

    Mostly just use them for quilting. Occasionally for bag making.

  4. Madeleine says:

    Layer cakes are so useful! I like cutting them up to piece blocks. :)

  5. karriesmith says:

    Thanks for the chance to win!! Awesome giveaway!

  6. Josefina says:

    Last year I learned to make Layer Cake Lemonade. For Christmas, I made a baby quilt for a very special baby who was born last year while her Dad was deployed with my son. I shipped it to my daughter-in-law so she could wrap it and deliver the Christmas gift. I am making more. It’s addicting because it finishes fast.

  7. thomasnews says:

    I love that they are so versatile. You can use them whole for a fast quilt or cut them up!

  8. Rhonda Best says:

    I use them in a lot of different blocks, pieced or as a background for applique.

  9. Cary says:

    I have never used one, but would use it for a 3 or 4-color solid quilt.

  10. Diane says:

    Mmmm so many things – half square triangles! pinwheels, etc. Thank you for the chance for 41 squares!:)

  11. Jessica P. says:

    I would use this with the Moda Soho Chic charm packs I just bought. I am looking to make a throw quilt. Thank you for the chance.

  12. Cathedral window blocks with some prints in the middle would be great!

  13. Maureen sala says:

    Just found your blog last night and am through a few of your tutorials. I have singed up as a follower of your blog. Great work and I love your details


  14. Rachel says:

    I would use some of the LC for embroidering a baby quilt I am making.

  15. The Kona Snow would be a great addition to my pinwheel quilt! Love them!

  16. Diana says:

    I would use the layer cake as background fabric for a quilt I am planning on making.

  17. Use the layer cakes to make pinwheels.

  18. jorobexeter says:

    They would be very handy for some hour glass blocks I’m about to start making

  19. hiddenstream says:

    I would do a color block table runner to match my festive kitchen! :)

  20. Nicole Hale says:

    Color block table runner to match my festive kitchen. :)

  21. cdahlgren2013 says:

    There are a couple of tutorials over at Missouri Star Quilts that I am dieing to make. I love layer cakes, and would love this one, even if it’s a square short!

  22. Tamie says:

    This would be really useful. Thank you.

  23. Faye says:

    I would use it with other solid whites and neutrals as background for a big quilt!

  24. billiemick says:

    I would use it for embroidery project as background.

  25. Jannette says:

    I recently discovered a tutorial on the Missouri Quilt Company website, called “Disappearing Pinwheels” – watch out, because making these blocks / quilts can get addictive! I used up my last layer cake, so now I’m cutting my blocks from yardage…. and Kona Snow is my favourite white!

  26. Debbie M says:

    I never had a layer cake before. A solid white one like this would be great for embroidery blocks. Maybe something like redwork. Or they could be cut up to use as sashing for smaller blocks. Thanks for counting me in Christa!

  27. Most of my quilts are “scrappy” so 10″ squares of fabric are ideal for me to work with. Don’t have too many solids in my “scrap box” and would love to give this layer cake a home!

  28. Anita says:

    I’ve never owned a layer cake to work with, but have seen quilts made from them…I think it would be nice to incorporate this into a quilt. Thank you.

  29. Amanda Guthrie says:

    I’m getting ready to start on the Layer Cake Sampler QAL with Material Girl Quilts this week. :)

  30. Christy H says:

    I’ve never used layer cakes before, but would probably use it to make a lap or baby quilt.

  31. Kay says:

    Just to play!! I’m a relatively new quilter.. am using my first layer cake now for a free motion quilt class…. Thanks to YOU, I think I can quilt on my little machine :-) AND I DID!!

  32. Cheryl says:

    I love using layer cakes to make some quilt lap quilts.

  33. Caroline says:

    I have a few projects — a few baby quilts, and I am starting the Farmers Wife quilt blocks…. I just love the ease of precut fabric though!

  34. Piroska says:

    I’ve never used Layer Cakes before, but would love to try them. Maybe for a baby quilt.

  35. Margie Ohrenberger says:

    I recently discovered pre-cuts and made a christmas quilt with a jelly roll. Have never used a layer cake but would love to win this so I can try !

  36. Jo says:

    I have a book of patterns for layer cakes, I enjoy the quilts and the ease of using the pre-cut fabrics.

  37. Dawn Jones says:

    I haven’t used Layer Cakes yet, but I would love to try them.

  38. Hillary Margaret says:

    I would be able to pull together all my fabrics and make the quilts that are waiting to be created!

  39. barbara corbitt says:

    i would make super big hsts for a charity quilt

  40. farmquilter says:

    I use layer cakes to make Twister quilts and this white would be great in a QOV Twister!!! Thank you so much for the opportunity to win this layer cake!!

  41. Sue H says:

    Color block pillows :)

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