Cake Mix Recipe 6: 44ct
CM6 Miss Rosie
Cake Mix Recipe #6. Piecing Made Easy! Each Cake Mix Pad with 44 recipe cards will make 352, 2" finished half square triangles, 352, 2" finished rail fence units, and 44, 2" finished squares. Paper Piecing. Foundation Piecing. United Notions Exclusive. Check out the demonstration video of Cake Mix Recipe 2 shown at this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qhZQYNb0zpM
What is a Moda Cake Mix? It’s a recipe for block parts that makes baking a Layer Cake quilt easier than ever. This unique triangle paper is designed to work in conjunction with Moda’s 10″ square Layer Cakes.
Each tablet has 44 sheets – one for each layer in a Layer Cake or Charm Square – and a couple of extras for practice. Each pad also includes a few simple block and layout ideas – just add 1 or 2 Moda Layer Cakes or Charm Packs and you’re ready to start stitching. There are eight different Cake Mixes available in my shop.
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