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Layer Cake Quilt Pattern

This beautiful quilt has finally been quilted!

This was a wonderful layer cake quilt pattern from Fat Quarter Shop that I did way back(omg it was Jan 2017) using their famous series they do called Short Cut Quilts...

And guess what?

It only takes a half a layer cake and a jelly roll for the background…

and it is a FREE PATTERN!

Boom! So easy.


I used a layer cake from Cotton and Steel, Mesa by Alexia Abegg, to make this quilt.

The cream fabric was a nice match up.

I just love how this quilt turned out. The fabrics really pop!

I quilted it using a loop de loop pattern around all the center squares. I think this also helped the fabrics take center stage.

Here is the Fat Quarter Shop’s Short Cut Quilt video you need to make this quilt:

Be sure to watch and give them a like on YouTube.

Here is a link to my previous post…HERE.

I seriously hope you guys give this quilt a try and add it to your list of layer cake quilts!

Happy Quilting Sassites:)

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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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