Monday, November 18, 2013

Layer Cake Lemonade!!


Intriguing title, eh?

Fat Quarter Shop is at it again. Awhile back the peeps over there began their short cut quilts series. The first being the Jelly Roll Jam.

The second.. you guessed it! Layer Cake Lemonade!
Isn't that just the cutest name!? I think so!



I was especially excited when I was invited to participate!
The concept is to make the cutest quilts in a short period of time.

We all have those times when we need a quick gift or you learn of a new baby or just someone that needs a quilt. We probably also all have a Layer Cake or the like just laying around screaming to be used.

The finished quilt measures approximately 48" x 61". All you need is 1 layer cake with at least 40 squares, 5/8 of a yard for binding, and 3 1/4 yards for the backing!

So go grab a layer cake and the FREE pattern and lets get started!!

The free downloadable/printable pattern is very easy to follow, BUT if you are a visual learner, please check out the video Kimberly made!! Even if you can follow the paper pattern, check out the video anyway!! ;)



Want to see mine!!?? I chose Fig Tree Quilt's Honeysweet line and I heart it. A LOT!


Here is the close up of the quilting done by Darla Padilla!!  Love Love Love!!!


And of course, the wind was extra helpful when doing the photoshoot... no, that's not pinned up like that..lol! 


Oh, and one more thing... the peeps at Fat Quarter Shop are not only awesome for this FREE pattern, but they are also offering 20% off all their Layer Cakes right now!!


So who wants to make one? Or eleven? ;) 



Much Love!!!

4 comments :

  1. Love your version too!! I think this pattern is going to do for layer cakes what Jelly Roll Race did for them!!

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  2. What a fun looking quilt to make.

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  3. Lovely! And you certainly tempted me to click through with this title! I thought it was about cakes which is what I was looking for to compliment our products: http://www.philipmorrisdirect.co.uk/housewares/cookware-1/caketins/dept/
    Great blog by the way!

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