Friday, December 4, 2015

No Bake Jolly Bar blog hop and giveaway!

Happy birthday to the Jolly Bar!  One year ago the Fat Quarter Shop introduced us all to their new exclusive precut, the Jolly Bar.  To celebrate, they’re hosting a No Bake Jolly Bar blog hop.
 
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The No Bake Jolly Bar Quilt Pattern is a fun one!  I made my quilt from the new Prairie line by Corey Yoder.  The quilt sews up really quickly – the pattern shows you a shortcut for making the blocks.  I made mine in a couple of hours one evening.  No kidding!

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The Fat Quarter Shop has a free printable version of the pattern as well as a helpful video tutorial.  The video is only two minutes long and when you watch it you’ll see what I mean about how fast these blocks are to make.  I promise!

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The quilt finishes at 63” x 81” which makes for a generous throw size, or can be used on a twin bed as a coverlet.  (The quilt was so tall, my quilt-holder had to stand on the bottom rail of the fence to be able to hold the quilt up off the ground hahaha.  Poor guy.  He’s such a good sport.)

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You can see all of the available Jolly Bars here, and there are quilt kits available here (how handy!)  How would you like to win a Jolly Bar?  The Fat Quarter Shop is giving away a Jolly Bar to one of my lovely readers! 

To enter the giveaway for a Jolly Bar of your choice, just leave a comment below, letting me know which Jolly Bar you would choose. Giveaway will be open until Saturday December 12 at midnight.  I’ll announce the winner here on Monday Dec 14th.  Giveaway now closed - thank you!  The winner is comment # 16.  Congrats Hildy!

Be sure to stop by the Fat Quarter Shop’s Blog, the Jolly Jabber to see more No Bake Jolly Bar quilts.  Then visit the links below to see the quilts made by our blogging friends! 
Have a great weekend!



88 comments:

  1. I think I would choose Gooseberry...but love yours! Thanks for the chance

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  2. I've been wanting to make something worth the Ambleside. That's what I'd choose. Thanks!

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  4. I would choose Kindred Spirits by Bunny Hill - so cute and I just love the little basket print. Thank you, peterstankovich@comcast.net

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  5. I would make one out of Prairie - such pretty colors, thanks!

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  6. I'd choose Gooseberry-such cheerful colors!

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  7. I love your quilt! Thanks for the chance to win!. I would pick Varsity.

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  8. I love your quilt! Thanks for the chance to win!. I would pick Varsity.

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  9. Yours is so pretty, I think I would choose Prairie line by Corey Yoder as well.

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  10. Your quilt turned out so beautiful! This Prairie line is such a cute one!

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  11. Your quilt turned out so beautiful! This Prairie line is such a cute one!

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  12. I'd go for the Gooseberry jolly bar. Your Prairie quilt looks great too!

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  13. I would choose First crush because I love the pattern but I love your use of praire!

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  14. Love your quilt and I think I would pick Pairie too!

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  15. Wht a great quilt!
    I'd choose 'Hello Darling'

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  16. Loove your quilt, so beautiful. With no doubt I will choose Fresh Air by American Jane. Thanks for this chance :)

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  17. The pattern looks appealing and I love the Jolly Bar pre-cut. The Jingle fabric would make a great No Bake Jolly Bar quilt, I believe. Thanks for a chance in the giveaway.

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  18. Your quilt is beautiful! I would choose Hello Darling. Thanks!

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  19. I would choose Gooseberry. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  20. I would choose Gooseberry. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  21. I'm a brand new quilter and this looks like something I could do! And it is super cute! would choose Union Blues

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  22. Love it! Jingle jolly v at would be great for the holidays.

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  23. Your quilt is so pretty in Prairie. I would pick a Hello Darling Jolly Bar.

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  24. i love the hi-de-ho bar, just downloaded that pattern so cute

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  25. Your quilt is gorgeous! I love the colors in the Prairie, but I also love Farm House. It would be a hard choice! I guess I would have to choose Prairie, because I already have some Farm House and I don't have any Prairie. Thanks for the chance.

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  27. I love this quilt. I am also new to quilting and this is definitely a pattern I would like to try. I would choose jingle jolly bar. teddiechristine at Gmail dot com. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  28. Love this pattern! I would choose the Bandana Jolly Bar. susan430 at cox dot com

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  29. Love your quilt, it is so cheerful. This one definitely being added to my to do list. I would love to try this pattern with the Bandana by Me and My Sisters Jolly Bar.
    dragonfly9716 at yahoo dot com

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  30. Gorgeous quilt. I would choose jingle! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  31. Fresh Air, by American Jane. Such a nice summery fabric to match a great pattern for a perfect picnic quilt! Brookelyn.kelley at gmail dot com

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  32. I've had my eye on the Bandana jolly bar :)

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  33. I would choose Mistletoe Lane for the jolly roll. Matsche.christine@yahoo.com

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  34. I love your quilt! Should I be lucky enough to win, I would choose a jolly bar of Jingle. I always like Kate Spain's Christmas fabrics.

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  35. I would choose Bandana. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  36. I think my first pick would be Union Blues. But a Christmas print would be fun too. Thanks for the fun.

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  37. Hi, love your project! I'd select the "Ambleside" .
    Thank You ! msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  38. Oh this is so pretty in Prairie! Since I have plans for my Prairie LC I think I would choose to make this in Mon Ami.

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  39. Your quilt is just delightful. I would choose the Varsity Jolly Bar if I won. Thanks for sharing!

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  40. I would choose the basic mixology jolly bars! Love your quilt! It's fun!

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  41. I am ready for a cute, easy to complete quilt. Yours is darling. I would choose Snowmen Gathering II

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  42. I would chose the Basic Mixology jolly bars.

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  43. I love yours. I think I'd choose the Prairie jolly bar.

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  44. Ambleside by Brenda Riddle would be my choice - love your quilt, absolutely gorgeous, just like the background scenery.

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  45. Bread 'N Butter would be my pick.

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  46. I love Jingle and Basic Mixology but seeing your quilt makes Prairie my favorite!

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  47. I love the Jingle jolly bar!

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  48. I like the Polka Dot and Paisley. Beautiful quilt. I downloaded the free pattern.

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  49. I would love to make this quilt in Daysail. What a great pattern!

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  50. I would like Holly's Tree Farm jolly bar. This is a cute quilt pattern. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  51. I'd choose the Polka Dots & Paisleys jolly bar by Minick & Simpson for Moda Fabrics !

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  52. I like the Jingle Jolly Bar by Kate and the Prairie Jolly Bar because of the turquoise. Howlandquilt@gmail.com. Thanks!

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  53. I like all of them. Maybe Bandana or Holly's Tree Farm.

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  54. I like Ambleside, but all the fabrics are great!!! I'm so going to make this quilt.

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  55. If I had to pick one it would be Hello Darling by Bonnie and Camille. Thank you for the giveaway.
    fabricstasher24@gmail.com

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  56. Bandana would make a perfect quilt for my daughter's bed!

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  57. I would choose the Jingle Jolly Bar so I could make some quick Christmas projects! What a perfect idea! duchick at gmail dot com

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  58. Very cute! I would choose the first crush jolly bar but wouldn't say no to any of the others!

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  59. Fun Pattern, it's getting printed right now!

    I think I would Choose Red, White, and Free. I'm feelin' like a patriotic quilt is in order :)

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  60. Thank you!
    I would choose Basic Mixologie.
    :)

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  61. OH MY...I've got to make this---I could actually finish it by Christmas! I love your fabrics too. If I could pick my own Jolly Bars, it would be the Bread & Butter, which isn't even out yet--fun fabrics. Thanks for the eye candy.

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  62. I would love the Polka Dots and Paisleys Jolly Bar. It would look great with the white background. Thank you.

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  63. I love this quilt! I would chose this line Praire or Gooseberry

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  64. Love your quilt,so gorgeous.I would love Country orchard wit white background.

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  65. Oh I would choose Jingle for my next chistmasquilt. Love your version also very much!

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  66. I like the Freah Air Jolly Bar. It would make a great quilt!!

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  67. I would choose Gooseberry for its lovely bright colours. Thanks for the giveaway.
    suegribble at gmail dot com

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  68. Your quilt is gorgeous! If I won, I would choose the Gooseberry Jolly Bar.

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  69. Windermere sure would be a pretty collection to have.

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  70. I have never used this kind of precut. What! Where have I been! I love the Sticks and Stones!

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  71. I am torn between Kindred Spirits and Windermere but probably Windermere.

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  72. I think I would choose Basic Mixology. Great quilt and great giveaway!

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  73. I think I would choose Basic Mixology. Great quilt and great giveaway!

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  74. Great quilt. Love your mountain background. Basic Mixologie is my choice. Thank you.

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  75. I think Polka Dots & Paisleys by Minick & Simpson would make a great quilt.

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  76. Country Orchard would be my choice.

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  77. I like the Bread 'N Butter Jolly Bar® Reservation American Jane for Moda Fabrics.
    nikilsend(at)outlook(dot)com

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  78. Oh, such pretty quilts. Yours is beautiful! I do love Gooseberry and have some to get used up. This might be a good way. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  79. Hmmm I love holly's tree farm, and Prairie and Gooseberry, I love many...
    Thanks!

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  80. Ambleside Jolly Bar®
    Brenda Riddle Designs for Moda Fabrics - This one is so pretty! chocolatewiskers@aol.com

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