Layer Cake Lemonade – Shortcut Quilt Series – Fat Quarter Shop

Website: http://fatquartershop.com FREE Layer Cake Lemonade Quilt Pattern: http://www.fatquartershop.com/free-quilt-pattern-layer-cake-lemonade-free-quilt-pa…
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Lori Holt spends some time with Cindy to talk about her latest fabric line, Millie’s Closet, and also shows how to make a simple lined travel bag.
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22 pensamientos en “Layer Cake Lemonade – Shortcut Quilt Series – Fat Quarter Shop

  1. monica kumer

    As soon as i watched this video i knew right away what i was going to do
    with the layer cakes i had. only for the 10×10 print squares i used a
    solid. so i used 2 layer cakes and with the left over i added a border. all
    in all it only took me 2 hours from start to finish on this quilt top.

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  2. Tracey T

    This is a gorgeous fabric line, I just used it in a jelly roll. I love the
    simplicity of this lap quilt and it could really show off the fabric.
    Thanks, your video was great. 

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  3. Grace Elizabeth

    I started watching this video and now by next week I am probably going to
    have 5 quilts because everything is so cute and I love to sew!

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  4. Megan Barnes

    I would love to know which fabric line the quilt on the far left in the
    background is! I love that fabric! Thanks for the tutorial. I am excited to
    make this quilt!

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  5. carol tice

    I have been waiting for this. Thank you. I love this quilt and now I am
    going to use a layer cake that I bought from you to make this.

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  6. Tina Johnson

    This is a nice and easy afternoon pattern you can make pretty quickly:-) I
    think I’ll try it so I can practice some quilting 🙂 Thank for sharing.

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  7. Carol Wiley

    The quilt top looks great! I may be able to make one of these. 😉 What is
    the purpose of the spray starch on the quilt top? Thanks.

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  8. Riley Blake

    That is fantastic Elisabetta B–we are so glad you are enjoying these
    tutorials! Thanks so much for the feedback. Please feel free to send us
    pictures of your projects so that we might feature them(you can send them
    to info at riley blake designs dot com).

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  9. lazare62

    Hi, I’ve found the info (see previous comment) on the Bee in my Bonnet Blog
    – Lori Holt’s blog. Blog post dated March 21, 2012 (sorry, can’t post link)
    The folded fabric @ 2:25 should measure 10 1/2″ x 17″. By the way, finished
    size of bag: 10″ x 16″. Mine’s finished! Thanks for both tutorials (this
    one and the one from the blog)

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  10. Elisabetta B.

    thank you so much… with this tutorial I was able to sew a new bag for my
    little kid’s Cam Smarty seat and I made one for my nephew too, it was easy
    and it came out very quickly. I am happy to follow RBD tutorials, I love
    them all ^_^

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  11. lazare62

    Hi, @2:20 Lori says “fold each fat quarter … this way”. Is that along the
    long side or along the short side? In other words, once the fabric is
    folded does it measure 8.5 x 21 or 17 x 10 1/2? Thank you.

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