all in a row

All in a Row, from the Moda designers!

All in a Row

If you haven’t seen this book yet, you’re going to want one!  It’s the first of the Moda All-Stars books from Martingale.  There are many more books to come and I predict you’ll want them all!   The best thing about this book is that the proceeds go to No Kid Hungry, a charitable organization dedicated to ending childhood hunger.  Isn’t that the greatest?  Imagine, a book you can buy that will help a child!

Moda’s doing a blog hop right now that you don’t want to miss.  Each designer in the book was asked to make another designer’s row.  Truth be told, we weren’t exactly asked, we were assigned another designer’s row.

If you have the book, open it to page 24 and you’ll see my row that I’m going to show you on Sunday. Then flip to page 58 and you’ll see the designer’s row that I’m finishing up today.  I can’t wait to show it to you!  I could easily make it into an entire quilt.

You’re going to have to stop back Sunday (January 24th) to see my version of page 58.  Oh, and if you are one of the first 9 comments in my LAST blog post (NOT THIS ONE, MY LAST ONE called “January, a Fresh New Month) I’ll send you a free copy of this book.  If you already have it, I’ll think of something else to send you.  Send me an email with your address!

You can follow this blog hop to see what the other designers have done with their “partners” rows.  It will give you some great ideas!  You’ll find the links below.

January 18:  Brenda Riddle  & Carrie Nelson
January 19:  Corey Yoder  &  Janet Clare
January 20:  Me & My Sister  &  Barbara Brackman
January 21:  Pat Sloan  &  Edyta Sitar
January 22:  Camille Roskelley  &  Kathy Schmitz
January 23:  Sweetwater  &  Blackbird Designs
January 24:  Anne Sutton Laurie Simpson
January 25:  Lisa Bongean  &  Joanna Figueroa
January 26:  Betsy Chutchian  &  Jen Kingwell
January 27:  Kate Spain  &  Sandy Gervais
January 28:  Kaari Meng  &  Kansas Troubles
Have a great weekend everyone!  Do some blog hopping and quick shopping.
See you Sunday!
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  • mimi'sdarlins - I saw this on Corey’s blog a couple of days ago and fell in love with it. How fun the way they’re assigning rows, and it’s so great that this project will benefit hungry kids. What a great project! Looking fwd to seeing more of this one.ReplyCancel

  • DeAnna Dodson - I love this book, and especially the Bunny Hill row. Darling as always.

    And I just took a peek at Page 58. Can’t wait to see what you do with that cute row! :D

    I love this book, especially that the proceeds will help so many little ones. Thank you!ReplyCancel

  • Hildy - It’s a great book and your row is beyond adorable! Can’t wait to see what you’ll do with the Minick & Simpson row but I’m sure it’ll look great … perhaps pink buckets?ReplyCancel

  • Polly - So very bummed! Just home from work and saw your offer for a free copy of this fabulous book that I knew I wanted (but really can’t afford) from the first moment I saw it. Just checked your blog post, January a fresh new month, and there were more than 9! Waaaaah! Love getting your blog posts and will try to reply to each and every one.ReplyCancel

  • Colleen Reilly - I read your post and then went to your prior one and yipee skippy. 😀
    I’ve been reading all about the rows and designers. You and Moda and the other designs are wonderful to give your time and talent and $$ to help No Kid Hungry
    Thank youReplyCancel

  • Susan - Love your row! I’m sewing along. So far, I’ve got the house row and 2 “filler” rows complete. I’m hoping to find time next week to do more.ReplyCancel

  • Susan Griffin - Thanks for the designer links. I bought this book online and wasn’t disappointed. I can’t wait to use yours pattern plus others then create an applique row of my own.

    Wonderful cause, “No Kid Hungry”, I appreciate all the designer efforts.ReplyCancel

  • Belarmina Antuña - El libro parece muy interesante, estaré atenta el día 24
    graciasReplyCancel

  • Laura P in NH - I love this new book. Can’t wait to see it in person at my local quilt shop, or if I’m lucky enough to win:)ReplyCancel

  • Betty Grove - I pre-ordered this book from Martingale as anything Moda does is pure joy. I visit the Bake Shop at least once a week. Saw your name and know that is a good sign of fun things.ReplyCancel

  • Karen in Breezy Point - I’m excited to see your row–I know it will be cute!!ReplyCancel

  • Barb R. - Oh My Goodness! This book looks like its going to be just so much fun! Don’t you just love Moda? (As if I need to ask you that question! LOL!) I will be back tomorrow to check out your work.

    I just checked and I think I was the very, very lucky No. 9 Commenter on your last blog post!

    *Squeal of Joy!!*

    I’ll send you an email immediately.ReplyCancel

  • Carol Feye - I love red! Beautiful row, and your cat is adorable! Thanks for a chance at winning.ReplyCancel

  • Mary Pasewark - What a great quilt row! Perfect for summertime! After all of the snow we’ve had, it would be fun to make such a sunny project! Great idea for a collaborative project with other designers. Love your designs, Anne!ReplyCancel

  • Kathy h - I love the snowmen runner and the sand pails. Both are so cute.ReplyCancel