Thursday, December 14, 2017

Cake Slices ++ Pattern Release

I am excited to show off the second of my three patterns I am launching this week...Cake Slices.

Special Introductory Pricing

I will be posting about one pattern per day (Wednesday - Friday) and they will each be available for a special introductory price of $6.50 each for one week (ending 8pm on the 22nd). (note: further coupon codes will not work with these patterns.) 

You can find Cake Slices on Craftsy and Etsy and all of the new patterns in my Craftsy and Etsy shops.


How Cake Slices came to be...

I designed Cake Slices, a layer cake friendly pattern for the very first Quilter's Planner over 2 years ago. 

The quilt was made using a layer cake of Hello Darling by Bonnie and Camille for Moda and Kona Cotton solid by Robert Kaufman in navy. The batting used was Warm & White by the Warm Company and Aurifil thread was used in the piecing and quilting.  

(Side note: if you would like a 2018 version of the Quilter's Planner you can find it right here.)

About the pattern...

I have now updated Cake Slices to be a stand alone pattern with instructions for 3 sizes, baby, lap, and queen. The pattern also contains a coloring diagram of the quilt top to audition possible color schemes.


Additional colorways

I love to play with coloring quilts, so I played around with Cake Slices to see how the quilt would look with a light background instead of the dark blue.



Many, many thanks to Yvonne @ Quilting Jetgirl and Paige @Quilted Blooms for their help with tech editing this pattern!

Remember, you can find Cake Slices on Craftsy and Etsy for only $6.50 through Friday the 22nd.  Thanks!





3 comments:

  1. Having patterns that are precut friendly are so helpful! I find I get layer cakes on occasion and never know what to do with them. I love the deep blue background on your cover quilt, too!

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  2. Boy, there’s no keeping up with you! Another great new pattern!

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  3. I love the difference in the two versions. It is a great pattern for a precut - always good to have on hand - your patterns and a good precut!

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