For this second post in our series on precuts, we’re showing a little love to layer cakes! A layer cake is typically a little bigger than a charm pack and consists of 10″ x 10″ squares of fabric. They’re great because you have more fabric to work with, so you can either cut it up into charm pack-sized squares or use it to make fun designs – the possibilities are endless. Plus, they’re great if you’re making a large quilt and have a lot of ground to cover.
If you’ve been looking to start sewing a quilt using layer cakes, look no further! They’re a great basic precut for quilt lovers to have on hand, so if you find yourself with one or two extras, here are 7 layer cake quilt patterns that can help them use them up in fresh and fun ways.
Speedy Strips Layer Cake Race Quilt – This easy quilt pattern looks just like a jelly roll race quilt, only bigger!
Luscious Layer Cake Baby Quilt – The piecing required for this baby quilt is simple, making it an ideal gift for a friend or loved one’s little one.
Piece-o-Cake Quilt – All you need for this quilting pattern is one layer cake and two yards of fabric – it’s a cinch.
Sudoku Quilt Tutorial – Use a Sudoku-style pattern to create this visually interesting quilt pattern that’s great for beginners.
Verna’s Layer Cake Quilt – This adorable layer cake quilt is perfect for a girl’s room or a guestroom – the fun florals will brighten up any space!
Neon Starry Terrain Quilt – A lovely starry quilt that anyone will love. Makes a great statement as a bed quilt or a wall hanging!
Have you ever made a quilt using layer cakes?
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