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Thread: Missouri Star Double Slice Layer Cake Quilt

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    Missouri Star Double Slice Layer Cake Quilt

    I wanted to try out the Double Slice Layer Cake tutorial that I saw on Missouri Star's a short time ago. I thought it would be good to test out on a small scale first to see if I liked it before making a larger quilt. I thought I would like to have some baby quilts on hand and also some to donate, so this turns out to be a perfect option for that.

    I cut the 10" blocks from my stash in pinks, greens & yellows to test it out. The blocks finish up at 9". I added a 3" border. It is a very quick and easy quilt pattern. I love it! I've already mentally imagined it with other fabrics in my stash. If you are looking for a quick and easy pattern to try, give this a shot!

    Here is the link. http://quiltingtutorials.com/all/dou...uilt-tutorial/

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    I love your colors and the pattern is very pretty and delicate. Sue

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    Missouri Star Quilt Company is a good source for different patterns and information. I use them a lot. You have a wonderful stash. This is just a perfect quilt to throw over your shoulders when you need just a little something on those early fall nights.

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    Very nice quilt. Missouri Star Quilt Company really have some great pattersn and very helpful.

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    I want to do this in Black and Red for my son's Christmas gift. He got the first one I made 20 years ago, and he wants another now that he is grown up.
    "Wimpy Christian's won't survive spiritual warfare"- Carman

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    what a cute quilt and thanks for sharing link!
    QUILTNMO

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    Quote Originally Posted by kensington View Post
    I want to do this in Black and Red for my son's Christmas gift. He got the first one I made 20 years ago, and he wants another now that he is grown up.
    It would look great in Black and Red!

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    Ditto
    I love your colours

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    Love your quilt and really like the idea of having some on hand. Thanks for the inspiration

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    Pretty quilt, thanks for the link.
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