Fast, fun and easy layer cake quilt

Sewing with a Layer Cake is so much fun!  Add a charm pack (or 5” squares) and you’re on the road to success.  You can make a quilt in just one weekend, start to finish!   So, when The Fat Quarter Shop asked me to try their new Layer of Charms pattern I just couldn’t wait!

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I started with a Layer Cake of Mistletoe Lane, and because I wanted a holiday look to my finished quilt I used my “tree” fabric in place of the charm pack.  It was easy to cut 5” squares.

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This quilt goes together so quick and easy.  I know this is a pattern I’ll use again because it’s perfect for so many things.  I added a 4” border, corner squares and some jumbo ric rac.  Now I’ve got the perfect cover for my holiday table.  If adding ric rac is something that you’d like to try, it’s really easy.  Just stitch the ric rac to the border strips before you sew the borders to the quilt.  I pressed the borders toward the quilt.

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This is the perfect pattern for those Layer Cakes you have in your stash and the best thing is it’s free!   Fat Quarter Shop even has a video to show you how easy this quilt is to make.

Layers of Charm Video

You’ll find the pattern on the Jolly Jabber Blog today.  Thank you Fat Quarter Shop for a wonderful pattern!

Anne

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  • Patricia Cash - Great quilt for Valentines, Christmas, 4th July, St Patrick’s Day, on and on. I see lots at my home and gifts!

    Thank you,
    PatriciaReplyCancel

  • mimi'sdarlins - Very cute topper, and even better made with your Mistletoe Lane fabrics! The rick rack is such a nice little touch, and I like the way you’ve separated the pieced area from the border. I agree about layer cakes and charm packs, they make it easy to get a project done in no time. Thanks for sharing the link :)ReplyCancel

  • Hildy - Love the ricrac you’ve added!ReplyCancel

  • Renee - I love the addition of ric rac…what a nice touch!ReplyCancel

  • DeAnna Dodson - Oh, the ricrac is darling! Thanks for sharing. :)ReplyCancel

  • Barb - Oh this is so clever & “charming” (okay, I couldn’t resist,)

    Thanks for sharing this with us – I’m going to try to figure out where I can make time to make this!!ReplyCancel

  • Vicki H - Love the ric rac, what a great idea! How nice you are ahead of the game with a holiday topper already done.ReplyCancel

  • Lorraine Isaac - Love the pattern, looks easy, thanks for the inspirationReplyCancel

  • Kimberly - How fun, I can’t wait to try it :0)

    Love your newest fabric line, I am using it to make my snowmen ornaments.

    Happy SewingReplyCancel

  • Christine B. - What a lovely quilt… thank you for sharing the link to the pattern…. I am off to print it out right now! Hugs! :) xReplyCancel

  • Myra - Your quilt made a lovely table piece!ReplyCancel

  • Lori Morton - What a beautiful Tablecover! Looove it! & I love RicRac! Awesome job! :)ReplyCancel