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    Default Re: Pattern help needed for layer cake and charm pack

    Quote Originally Posted by kjohnson View Post
    Karen C - I love the Quatrefoil idea! Might make the quilt a little bigger too! Does anyone know if this is in a BLOCK magazine?
    Yup it's in Summer 2015; vol 2, issue 3. Hope that helps.
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    Default Re: Pattern help needed for layer cake and charm pack

    Midnightline just posted this link on another thread:

    http://www.modabakeshop.com/2017/04/...tml#more-40354
    It uses a layer cake and charm...

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    Anita .....

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    Default Re: Pattern help needed for layer cake and charm pack

    Love it! Great use of all the fabric.

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    Default Re: Pattern help needed for layer cake and charm pack

    I made this a week or so ago, as a baby quilt. You could use the charms to make four-patches, and then use the layer cakes as the big squares, and the yardage as the border. You'd have to cut up 15 of the 10-inch squares into 5-inch squares in order to have enough, which would give you 25 four-patches and 25 ten-inch squares (you'll need to cut those down a bit after the four-patches are made): I'm guessing that without a border, you'd have approx. 66 inches square:
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    Hope that helps.
    Last edited by SallyO'Sews; April 25th, 2017 at 12:30 AM.

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