Monday, April 3, 2017

Cake Mix Recipe Bake-Off: Week 2


Welcome back to Week 2 of our FQS Exclusive Cake Mix Bake-Off! We had so much fun with Week 1, and are SO amazed at the creativity that has gone into each one of the Recipes! Without further ado, our Week 1 winner is Melissa for her Cake Mix Recipe #1 using Bella Solids Purple and prints from Maven by BasicGrey for Moda Fabrics!

Let's tune in to the Fat Quarter Shop YouTube channel as Carrie Nelson of Moda Fabrics shows us a little about Cake Mix Recipe #2 and the endless possibilities to create with these ingredients!




It's time to check out what tasty treats our Cake Mix Recipe #2 Bake-Off contestants have whipped up as they compete for this week's winning title!
Melissa G.'s Cake Mix Recipe #2 uses the colorful Lulu Lane by Corey Yoder for Moda Fabrics!

Jocelyn's Cake Mix Recipe #2 showcases fun prints from Early Bird by Kate Spain for Moda Fabrics!
Kim L.'s Cake Mix Recipe #2 used a mixture of Color Daze Batiks from Laundry Basket Quilts and Flower Shop by Alexa Abegg for Cotton + Steel!

Melanie's Cake Mix Recipe #2 features the fun prints from Lella Boutqiue's Gooseberry collection for Moda Fabrics!

Which quilt project is your favorite this week? Be sure to vote and let us know! We have two more weeks before we find out the overall winner! 


Whose quilt project from Cake Mix Recipe #2 is your favorite?

Melissa G.
Jocelyn
Kim L.
Melanie

7 comments:

Dino said...

I am getting and error when I vote, I can look at the results but not vote

Fat Quarter Shop said...

We have updated the link, and it appears to be working. :) Please feel free to try again and let us know if you're still having an issue! Thanks!

Melissa Corry said...

So fun!! Thank you :)

Cheryl said...

Help me please...I love the Jocelyn's layout, but can't figure out from the six on the Cake Mix cover. Which one is it?

Fat Quarter Shop said...

Hi Cheryl! We spoke to Jocelyn and this is what she let us know!

"It’s actually Block 3 from the Cake Mix Recipe #1 pad.

I have 2 half-square triangle units left over from each color, and it would have been fun to use it on the backing if I had had time!"

Marianne said...

This is so tough! I like them all!!!

Lori Housler said...

My squares are measuring 2.5 inches once i have them all cut and the paper tore off. You mention in the video they finish at 2 inches.please explain