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Piper Progress – Double Slice


Double Slice Quilt

Hola quilt people! Hope everyone had a great weekend and are getting ready for turkey day:) My family had an early Thanksgiving because my baby bro finally got some leave from the Navy and had to go back yesterday. So, guess what…that’s right, I’m looking at a nice long quilt weekend coming up!


We did have cold, but nice weather so I finally got a few pics of my Piper quilt. The pattern is Double Slice, from Missouri Star Quilt Co. Great for layer cakes because you start with 10″ squares. My previous post on how to make the blocks is here.



If you just love this line of fabric, Piper by Dear Stella, check out Melissa at My Fabric Relish. She just finished up a gorgeous quilt using the same line.

Soon as the basting fairy picks up this and the four others also waiting in line…I will have eventually have some final pics;)

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Free Quilt Patterns – Double Slice


Double Slice

Here is a little snippet of my progress on my Double Slice Quilt.  I have got all 63 blocks made and pressed! I just laid a few together to see how they look together….I like it. Very scrappy and organized at the same time, especially since I stuck to one fabric line here. Piper by Dear Stella for Moda Fabrics. I just love the colors in this one.

My two favorites…..Whirligigs and Queen Anne’s Lace! Childhood memories of these I think:)



For those of you who have never heard of the Double Slice pattern, it is one of the many free quilt patterns by Missouri Star  Quilt Co. and is a great beginner pattern because it is super easy to do and quick. You can watch the video here. All you need is a layer cake or two, depending on how big you want it. Here is a little synopsis of what you do.

1. You start with 10″ squares or a layer cake of precuts. I made my own layer cake from the half-yard bundle of Piper I got from Moona Fabrics. You cut these at 6.5″, and now you have two strips: a 3.5″ and a 6.5″.

2. Flip one of the stacks you cut upside down, and now sew them back together. Flipping one stack helps them go back together in a random fashion. You can move some around if you don’t like the pairs, but I suggest just going with the flow since it is a scrappy look anyway.


3. Now cut your blocks in half, that’s at 5″. I know, I know….it is hard cutting a perfectly fine block:)


4. Flip your stack and sew them back together again, with the smaller strips on opposite ends. Your blocks should finish at 9.5″.  Arrange by alternating vertically and horizontally.


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