Sandy Hale on 08/04/2013 in Howto | 31 Comments | 657 likes
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Double Slice Layer Cake Quilt Tutorial

http://missouriquiltco.com — Jenny Doan shows how to make a the fast and easy Double Slice Quilt using Layer Cakes. *** The pattern using this block is insp…

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Pamela Stortz wrote:

I used this pattern to make a keepsake quilt out of a friends sons receiving blankets. Cutting the blankets into the starting square block size and going forward from there. It turned out beautifully. Thanks for all the great ideas, tips and tricks.

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I used this pattern to make a keepsake quilt out of a friends sons receiving blankets. Cutting the blankets into the starting square block size and going forward from there. It turned out beautifully. Thanks for all the great ideas, tips and tricks.

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Renae Barker wrote:

I am new to quilting and i have learned EVERYTHING so far by watching your tutorials. I love them. I wish you would show one of how you get an outline of color (like on the border you have white, then color, then white again.) I cannot get my to come out like that. Maybe there is one, I can’t find anything though.

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I am new to quilting and i have learned EVERYTHING so far by watching your tutorials. I love them. I wish you would show one of how you get an outline of color (like on the border you have white, then color, then white again.) I cannot get my to come out like that. Maybe there is one, I can’t find anything though.

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Eiszeit01 wrote:

Ich liebe Eure Video vielen Danke dafür

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Ich liebe Eure Video vielen Danke dafür

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MSQCJen wrote:

We’d love to see what you’ve done. You can share a picture on our facebook page or send us an e-mail through the link found on our website.

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We’d love to see what you’ve done. You can share a picture on our facebook page or send us an e-mail through the link found on our website.

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Raziyeh Ostovar Mahalati wrote:

Thank you Jenny – I would love to show you what I have created – from just looking at design pictures :)

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Thank you Jenny – I would love to show you what I have created – from just looking at design pictures :)

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MSQCJen wrote:

Thank you, Willy!

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Thank you, Willy!

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MSQCJen wrote:

A charm pack is 42 pieces of 5″ squares, a layer cake is 42 of 10″ squares. A jelly roll is 40 of 2.5″ x 44″ strips. You’ll find a link to our website in the About section under this video and you will find a link to our blog there. Use our search bar to search the blog for “precut” and “precut standardization” for more information. Enjoy!

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A charm pack is 42 pieces of 5″ squares, a layer cake is 42 of 10″ squares. A jelly roll is 40 of 2.5″ x 44″ strips. You’ll find a link to our website in the About section under this video and you will find a link to our blog there. Use our search bar to search the blog for “precut” and “precut standardization” for more information. Enjoy!

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MSQCJen wrote:

Hi Dee…if you’d like to watch a tutorial on adding the borders, please search our Youtube channel for our series called “How to Make a Baby Quilt.”

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Hi Dee…if you’d like to watch a tutorial on adding the borders, please search our Youtube channel for our series called “How to Make a Baby Quilt.”

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Willy Kelly wrote:

Thank you! Great tutorial.

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Thank you! Great tutorial.

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Raziyeh Ostovar Mahalati wrote:

Love all ur tutorials – very very interesting – thank you for sharing. Though we don’t get charm packs here as you do there I buy fabrics & cut myself into squares – what I would like to know is what are the diff measurement of each if those packs you use -

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Love all ur tutorials – very very interesting – thank you for sharing. Though we don’t get charm packs here as you do there I buy fabrics & cut myself into squares – what I would like to know is what are the diff measurement of each if those packs you use -

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Dee Huffman wrote:

How did you get the edging done in the same fabrics going around?

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How did you get the edging done in the same fabrics going around?

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MSQCJen wrote:

Great idea to use up your extra blocks!

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Great idea to use up your extra blocks!

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jessie moore wrote:

I have the top pieced but not quilted yet. I have completed a table topper from my extra blocks and it is really cute. Thanks again for all your video tuts.

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I have the top pieced but not quilted yet. I have completed a table topper from my extra blocks and it is really cute. Thanks again for all your video tuts.

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MSQCJen wrote:

That does sound good! Have you had a chance to start yet?

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That does sound good! Have you had a chance to start yet?

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MSQCJen wrote:

With a top made from one layer cake, you should be safe with 1 yard for a 2″inner border and 1 yard for 4.5″ outer border, and 4 yards for backing.

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With a top made from one layer cake, you should be safe with 1 yard for a 2″inner border and 1 yard for 4.5″ outer border, and 4 yards for backing.

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MSQCJen wrote:

Welcome to quilting! Don’t sweat the “harder stuff.” Give it a try and always have fun!

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Welcome to quilting! Don’t sweat the “harder stuff.” Give it a try and always have fun!

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Karen Ray wrote:

I’m a newbie at quilting, and I just love Jenny. Even if something is not beginner, I still watch. I know someday I will be able to do the harder stuff. I can’t wait to do this Double Slice Layer Quilt.

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I’m a newbie at quilting, and I just love Jenny. Even if something is not beginner, I still watch. I know someday I will be able to do the harder stuff. I can’t wait to do this Double Slice Layer Quilt.

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jessie moore wrote:

I think this is the perfect quilt to make for my husband’s upcoming birthday. My first quilt should be cuddled around him.

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I think this is the perfect quilt to make for my husband’s upcoming birthday. My first quilt should be cuddled around him.

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Carol Taggart wrote:

It’s still 10″ across the unseamed edge, which is where she measured to cut the second time. Then when she seamed those, it went back to being square because there was a vertical seam and a horizontal seam.

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It’s still 10″ across the unseamed edge, which is where she measured to cut the second time. Then when she seamed those, it went back to being square because there was a vertical seam and a horizontal seam.

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Debra Bacon wrote:

the side Jennie was cutting was still 10″ - so she cut on each dimension and the resulting square is 9.5″ on a side.

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the side Jennie was cutting was still 10″ - so she cut on each dimension and the resulting square is 9.5″ on a side.

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Sandy Gauci wrote:

“After the first seam the block will be 10″x 9.5″.

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“After the first seam the block will be 10″x 9.5″.

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MSQCJen wrote:

After the first cut and sew you do end up with 9.5″ x 10″. But, you cut the remaining side again and sew again for a final square that measures 9.5″ x 9.5″. Hope that helps.

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After the first cut and sew you do end up with 9.5″ x 10″. But, you cut the remaining side again and sew again for a final square that measures 9.5″ x 9.5″. Hope that helps.

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Beth Robertson wrote:

on one side it would be 10″, the other side it would be 9 1/2 ” due to the seams… and so it’s all how you lay it out to cut – needs to be on the right side

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on one side it would be 10″, the other side it would be 9 1/2 ” due to the seams… and so it’s all how you lay it out to cut – needs to be on the right side

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MarietjieW wrote:

How many layer cake packs do you need for a twin size bed?

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How many layer cake packs do you need for a twin size bed?

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Audrey Buchinger wrote:

how many layer cakes did you use for quilt? What size did y ou make?

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how many layer cakes did you use for quilt? What size did y ou make?

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TheScrappylady wrote:

Did you use just one layer cake with the quilts you showed as examples?

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Did you use just one layer cake with the quilts you showed as examples?

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Mags Nash wrote:

What a marvellous idea and so effective!!!!!! All your tutorials are great!!! Thank you so much…..keep them coming!!!!

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What a marvellous idea and so effective!!!!!! All your tutorials are great!!! Thank you so much…..keep them coming!!!!

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MSQCJen wrote:

You can cut the borders to fit the size you want as a finished quilt. This pattern is inspired by the Brenda & Bonnie Baile’s Pie Plate Patterns. We have a copy of the book in our shop.

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You can cut the borders to fit the size you want as a finished quilt. This pattern is inspired by the Brenda & Bonnie Baile’s Pie Plate Patterns. We have a copy of the book in our shop.

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Nilda Gerena wrote:

Jenny what are the widths of each of the borders on this quilt? Thanks, Nilda Gerena

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Jenny what are the widths of each of the borders on this quilt? Thanks, Nilda Gerena

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MSQCJen wrote:

Awesome!  Look forward to seeing you!

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Awesome!  Look forward to seeing you!

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Moz Diegel wrote:

Oh my goodness…..this is the one I am going to  make the “grey dot” quilt for PJ with……..just need to sort out the grey and white polka dots??? re my e mail of earlier today???? Totally love this process…..squares are my thing………..Happy Paddy’s Day…

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Oh my goodness…..this is the one I am going to  make the “grey dot” quilt for PJ with……..just need to sort out the grey and white polka dots??? re my e mail of earlier today???? Totally love this process…..squares are my thing………..Happy Paddy’s Day…

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