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    Winniesfriend's Avatar Winniesfriend is offline Senior Member
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    Love the tut, I have the McCalls Layer cake and jelly roll, I think I will try it, have been wondering what to do with them

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    Awesome tutorial as always! Thank you!

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    yay!!!!!going on my to do list haha its getting very long thanks to Jenny!!!!
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    Jean Sewing Machine's Avatar Jean Sewing Machine is online now Senior Member
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    Default Re: New tutorial 4 minutes old....

    Quote Originally Posted by pdjewelrylady View Post
    i agree with Summer - headed to the cutting table to figure it out

    sure enough - to frame the 10" layer cake you will need 2 10" strips and 2 14" strips (48") ...... since most jroll strips are wof 42" - 44" - you would need 2 matching jroll strips for one block and end up with a length that is to short to create a second block by just a few inches........ certainly can be used for borders though!
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    SO to figure out how i could use one layer cake 10 x 10 square and 1 jelly roll strip wof for each block - i cut the layer cake down to 8.5" square and cut 2 8.5" and 2 12.5" strips from the jelly roll strip (42") ........ and wahla !!! here are the resulting magic squares YAY!! ..... the scrap 1.5" strip cut from the layer cake i set aside and will sew together end to end to make my binding strips! This should be fun!!

    Thank you Jenny for your awesome new tutorial .... Luv Ya!!
    Suzi, you are brilliant! I think a 13" block is too big anyway. I'm making mine from the turnovers. I ordered some yardage with the dragonflies on it because there aren't any dragonfly triangles in the turnover pack

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    I have a charm pack or layer cake with matching jelly roll on order and am waiting for it to arrive...her tutorial was just in time for me....real excited to try this block..I love the block and will keep in mind the 8.5 cut if necessary.....awesome block

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    can't wait to see the pics Jean


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    I love the tutorial!! But I don't like large blocks. I think I would do it with either the turnover or a charm pack!!

    I can't type tonight.

    Love to all!

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    I now have a new project to do. The fabric she used is stunning. I hadn't thought about the JR and LC not equaling each other. Thanks Suzi for experimenting and sharing your findings, : )
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    Suzi, thank you for taking the extra step and math for us! I know they didn't add up, but I was too lazy last night to take it any further. You rock, sister. <3
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    Suzi, you are terrific! Thank you so much for figuring out the brainy stuff. Now I can make this using the 8.5 with complete confidence!

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