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Thread: Layer Cake Tutorial by Missouri Star Quilt Company

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    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.
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    I enjoyed watching the videos. Thank you for sharing the information.

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    I love MSQco. and all the helpful tutorials. thanks for the lead on this block

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    Thanks for finding it. I love it. And I have some layers cakes to start them with.

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    Thanks that's it! Don't know why it didn't pop up when I did the search! :thumbup:

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    Glad you were looking for the tute. I saved it for a future project.....Donna

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    Thank you!! I have a layer cake that needs to turn into something :D

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    Great tutorials. Thanks for posting them. Gosh, wouldn't you just LOVE to work at the Missouri Star Quilt Co?

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    Really fast for a donation quilt even if you cut your own "layer cake".

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    Wow! I could watch the tutorials all day long! I have to tear myself away and get busy sewing. Thank you.

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    Great tutorials thanks to all that posted.

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    That is a great tutorial/pattern. Now I have to decide, do I use my layer cake to make Twister, or do I make this pattern? Decisions, decisions.

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    This is a fun and easy block to make. I have the blocks finished but now need to get my other quilt sewn and off my design wall, so I have some place to move these blocks around. I also love the videos from Missouri Star and their fabric is great. If you have not checked out their Daily Deals, you should. Their shipping is quick also. Can you tell I am a big fan of theirs?? :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by magpie
    I love this. Jenny is my favorite teacher. She makes everything look soooo easy. Thank you.

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    Thanks for all of the info. I enjoyed the videos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by magpie
    I was given a bunch of squares of left over Christmas fabric last year and now I know the perfect pattern for them. Thanks

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    would someone tell again the web site for free motion quilting with all the demo*s it is not just plain free motion quilting please?

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    Thanks from me also! Awesome tutorials.

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    can some body tell me how many piece of fabrick are in a layer cake.if wanted to make your own layer cake from your stash. thank you in advance I love this board.

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    Thanks for posting. I had forgotten about using the 10" block and cutting it twice.

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    Great tutorial and very easy block. Thanks for sharing. I plan to use that for a charity quilt.

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    Love watching her tutorials. I hadn't seen this one done with a layer cake. Looks like a fun and easy quilt to make.

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    I have that pattern in one of my books. :) I'm actually working on 2 of those right now. :)

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