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Thread: Layer Cake Tutorial by Missouri Star Quilt Company

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    Super Member JulieR's Avatar
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    I can't believe how quickly this went together. From layer cake to completed top only took a few hours this morning, and I LOVE it. I'm not sure I'll be able to give it away as intended! LOL

    Thank you for asking about it, and thank you everyone for the links. This will be my new go-to for sure.

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    Thanks so much for the links, I love working with layer cakes, jelly rolls and 5" squares. Have lots of patterns but it seems so quick and easy to just cut strips, etc. Thanks........
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    Layer cake pattern

    Quote Originally Posted by sewmagic View Post
    Can't find this tutorial anymore. It was called Twice slice, or Slice it twice or something like that. It was about an easy way to use a Layer Cake and first cut a 10" square into a 3.5" and a 9". Then pick random pieces of the 9" and 3.5" and sew them together again. Then cut it again, but I forgot how. I can't find this tutorial on their web site anymore. Don't know if they took it off. Anybody out there who has it or knows what I am talking about.
    Thanks
    Double sliced layer cake and it's still on You Tube.

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    Missouri Star Quilt Co. is just super for their tutorials, ideas and online quilt shop. I wished I lived closer, I'd surely frequent their shop.

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    This was so great, love the layer cakes
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    I'm so glad I happened to go through the tutorial list, I had missed this when it was first listed. I love MSQ, I've learned so much from their videos and hadn't seen this one. I make preemie quilts for Threads of Love organization, and always looking for easy but cute quilts to make for the babies. I think I'm going to make my own "layer cakes but not 10" sq.; that would make too big a block for a 30 inch sq quilt.
    Has anyone made their own layer cakes? Did you have stash to make 42 squares or did you repeat some of the fabrics. I would think that would okay, so long as there was enough different fabrics between the repeats so they were'nt repeat too often. Chris

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    i did two of these for my 2 dgd last christmas. they were scrappy penguins and polar bears. it went quickly, except i became obsessed trying not to use the same fabrics next to each other. both turned out nice. you will enjoy making this pattern.
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