Friday, May 1, 2009

NEW Binding & Hair Clips TUTORIAL & GIVEAWAY!!!

Check out my latest tutorial on the Moda Bake Shop! These are so easy and fun to make you can make them to go with absolutely everything!


And to celebrate my latest post on the Moda Bake Shop... I am going to Giveaway a Snippets Charm Pack, a pack of binding clips, and a pack of cover buttons to make your very own Clips!


Here's how to enter... Simply leave me a comment on this post... that's it. If you don't think that is enough, then leave me a comment or suggestion that you would like to share with Moda.

A winner will be selected on Monday, May 4, 2009.

104 comments:

  1. Love Moda fabric!!

    Leona

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  2. Love the clips! I'm going to have to try making them!

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  3. I have been DYING for snippets!! Its on my birthday wish list, but I doubt anyone will pick it up. Your clips are super cute and looks like they would make binding much easier... I use pins.. ugh!! MAJOR FINGERS CROSSED!

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  4. Oh how cute, love the button covers on the binding clips.

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  5. Recently introduced to all things Moda and LOVE it all!

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  6. I love those clips!! I never realized they were so easy to make, I wonder if Michaels carries those buttons?? And I think the yoyo version is so cute too, and I used to hate yoyos! Am thinking maybe I need to learn how to make those too :)

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  7. So so so cute! I keep thinking I'm going to switch over from pins, this just might make me do it. Adorable. You know who needs these? Carrie from Miss Rosie. Have you SEEN her clips??

    Angela, please stop making such cute things. You put us all to shame. OR, just send everything to me. That would be fine too. :-)

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  8. Snippets and binding clips - yum! Please count me in! Nothing to tell Moda - they do such a brilliant job, what more can be said!
    Best wishes,
    Jenelle

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  9. adorable clips!
    my daugher would want to wear them in her hair
    I just made a baby quilt I posted about that would be great using a jelly roll from moda! or even a charm pack or two.
    Kathie

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  10. Congrats on being featured on Moda Bake Shop! What nice looking binding clips. They would even look good in a little girl's hair :) Take care

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  11. I love these clips...no more pins sticking me as I sew on the binding.
    Thanks so much,
    ~Karen~

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  12. i can't believe how adoreable these are!!! what a great project. thanks so much for posting this, and i would LOVE to win the giveaway.

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  13. Love these clips - very cute. Love the Moda fabrics too!!

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  14. is there a group for Moda Addicts? seriously what a cute idea.

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  15. Lovely clips. I need to make some for my granddaughter...

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  16. I love these! ... and I hope this comment is enough. :)

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  17. I love this tutorial! What a way to jazz up my binder clips. Once I make these, I'm going to be the talk of the town when I whip these babies out to do my binding. :) Thanks for all of these awesome tutorials you have been posting lately!

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  18. I just love the tutorial you added to the moda bakeshop, it's just too cute!! I have to get myself some binding clips on some of those little button thingies,lol.
    Thanks for sharing..love it love it!

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  19. What a great idea! The clips are adorable! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  20. thanks for the great tutorial. I might just have to make some of those for my daughter...for when she gets some more hair! (made out of hair clips not binding clips mind you!)

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  21. I would love to win! My question for Moda is...how do you get to be featured on the bakeshop?

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  22. How sweet! Thanks for the tutorial and fun idea!

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  23. cute project! Love the snippets!

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  24. I've been using these clips for holding my binding in place, but I never thought about making them pretty. These are adorable!

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  25. What a cute idea! Congratulations on the Moda Bake Shop post!

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  26. Those covered buttons are just so cute! What a great idea. Thanks for the tutorial.

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  27. Ooh a contest. Your clips are darling..great idea. Where do you gals come up with this stuff?

    I think these Moda cuts and the new bake shop site is brilliant marketing.

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  28. Count me in!!! Love the clips....why didn't I think of that!

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  29. I love the hair clips and I can't get enough of the Moda Bakery rolls and packs. It's so much fun to see how creative we can all be.

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  30. Those are cute! I do love me some Moda! :)

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  31. What a darling idea. I would love to win this give-away so I can try this out. Take care and God bless, Cory

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  32. I really like what Moda is doing with the Bakeshop concept -- some great ideas to try. Keep 'em comin'! Thanks!

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  33. cant wait to check out your tutorial!

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  34. I love checking out the Moda Bakeshop! and your hairclips are sooo cute. I just cut my hair a little too short and need something cute to hold it back these would do the trick!

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  35. Hi Angela! I just discovered your blog from the Moda Bake Shop of course. Can't wait to read more of your blogs but wanted to get in the drawing before I forget. This project is so cute and those clips would be so cute in my grandgirls hair.

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  36. so cute and who knew they would have multi-functional uses!!!

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  37. So cute!

    I got my Sorbet yesterday for my next Bake Shop project. I am so going to own a bunch of that fabric!!!!!

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  38. I love those clips! You do such amazing work. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  39. Moda is the best. It makes me sigh.

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  40. Thank you for the giveaway. I would love to make some of those clips. They are so cute!

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  41. These are so cute. Even if I don't win I will be making some of these for my daughter for her birthday.

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  42. The clips are so cute. Definitely going to give it a try!

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  43. I just covered buttons to make tacks...now I need to buy more so I can cover my clips!! Thanks!!

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  44. Those are so cute! I've yet to use those, but it would probably save my hands while sewing down the binding. . . :)

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  45. I'd love to win! Thanks!

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  46. All of it is so cute. Love the fabrics in that picture and would love to learn how to make those clips. Thanks for the opportunity!

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  47. Too Cute... I'm going to fancy up my now very boring Hair Clips.... Thank you....

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  48. Fun project! I just recently discovered Moda, and I'm in loooooooove, I want to spend all my savings and buy all the fabric I can get my hands on!

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  49. What a great project! Too cute.

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  50. Very cute and very clever! I'd love to be entered.

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  51. Love the clips Angela! Thanks for another great tutorial!!!

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  52. These are adorable! Count me in.

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  53. Angela...of course I again love your project! You are so creative and I love the colors. Thinking about Moda Fabric--I love it--what would we do without it?! Have a wonderful weekend!

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  54. Yeah, I LOVE covered buttons and would also love a Snippets pack. Hope I win!

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  55. LOVE YOUR BLOG! I would love to win this great prize, I want to learn how to make them,

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  56. The clips are so cute. My five year old grandaughter would like them and I would love to make them. I'm so glad I found your site. Visit me and leave a message if you have time. I'm still learing! I don't think many have visited.....

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  57. The clips are so cute and creative!!! Thanks for the great ideas and for your beautiful blog!

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  58. Oh my gosh. Those are so cute. If I ever got to the point in my quilting of sewing on a binding I think it would be jolly to have a cute set of binding clips.

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  59. Hi Moda Mom!

    Congrats on another great tutorial! What else can I say but, "you and Moda are the BEST!"

    Have a good weekend!

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  60. What a fun give away! I love your pretty clips :) Thanks for the chance to win-
    Sara

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  61. These clips are the best! I can't wait to make some! I already use binding clips, but mine are so BORING!!! And I'd love to do a project for the Bakeshop sometime!!!

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  62. I just saw your great tutorial on Moda Bake Shop and I think it is a great idea. Love that Moda!

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  63. Who doesn't love Moda fabric ...

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  64. What a great idea to 'fancy' up those clips. Thanks for the idea!

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  65. Oh so cute! And, I love the baby quilt with the 1 1/2" strips. Also, love the frame--great ideas!

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  66. Must have more Modaaaaaaaaaa!!!

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  67. Thank you for the cute idea!
    vickie

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  68. Found your blog from the moda bake shop. LOVE the binder clips! A great way to use scraps, also. I am planning on making a set for each of my quilting friends' birthdays!

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  69. I love those clips, they are very cute.

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  70. I love it! I have an 8 yr old and she is telling me she is too old for little girl clips. She will love these!

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  71. Those clips are so cute! Love the flower hair clip versions!

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  72. I have just started to learn to quilt and LOVE everything about Moda! I have a new addiction!

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  73. How nice to make clips! And I also love your fabric selection.

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  74. Cute clips!! My favorite! Thanks for the giveaway!!

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  75. love the clips going to have to make some for my quilting friends!!!

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  76. The new tutorial is great. I love it when someone makes it easy for me to look brilliant!

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  77. I just posted a fun idea for Moda charm packs on my blog!

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  78. Greetings From Downunder!
    (Australia, that is!)Just love your blog site!
    O.K. I have just a few.....well a bit more than a few quilts to bind.
    What a great way to do this! Those clips a just sooooooo cute!

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  79. I just love those clips. Both of my daughters were looking at them and asking me to make them. They have very different requests for fabric, though. I can do these!

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  80. Those clips are so adoreable, need some of those

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  81. How adorable is that?!!!!

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  82. Wow, how neat!! I would love this!!

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  83. Love MODA! And, the Bake Shop is wonderful! Thanks for all the creativity and gorgeous eye candy!

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  84. Not only would they look good in my daughter's hair, but when I bind my quilts, I'm a "clipper".

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  85. I can't wait to try this out! I love the boutique hair clips and they'd be great to coordinate with the ruffle jeans I'm doing for my friend's three daughters. (Sadly, I'm a boy mama so I don't have girlie girls to spoil - thankfully, my friends do!)

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  86. I have been quilting for over 25 years and used moda for years it is my absolute favorite!!! I do use hair clips to hold my binding, those are adorable I would love to win them!

    Love your blog,
    Beth rfarse@gmail.com

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  87. very clever. I like them a lot.

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  88. :) Here's hoping I win, I absolutely heart moda and have a project in mind...

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  89. I hope I'm still in time.

    Etta

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  90. Hi, Its still May 4th in Hawaii, hope that counts. Cute clips.
    Angie

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  91. Thanks for the giveaway! I would love this!

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  92. Angela, thanks for leaving a comment on my blog! Your clips are too cute. What exactly do you do for MODA? Your site is so much fun!

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  94. wow great idea... they look awesome!

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  95. I love the clips, what can I say, I have 5 daughters ( and 2 sons), but the girls really go through the clips. Another use for clips, what a gorgeous idea!

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  96. Nice way to utilize the scrape Material...I really like the way you expressed this! keep it up!

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