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Jubilee - A Layer Cake Pattern


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Use a Layer Cake(r) to make this beautiful quilt. Simple piecing makes this project easy to complete in a short time. The quilt is made using the broken dishes block. This block has been used since the late 1700's. However, we take a new look at this block by using a Layer Cake in its construction and a new technique for making half square triangles. You will love it! We show two different ways to lay out your blocks too. Layer Cake is a registered trademark of Moda Fabrics. The Layer Cake and is Civil War Jubilee by Barbara Brackman and available at BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Good Quilting Skills SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Finished Size - Approximately 66" x 79"

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  • 1 Layer Cake
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  • Second Inner Border5/8 Yard

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