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Be Colourful - Circle of Life - Paper Piecing Pattern

Be Colourful - Circle of Life - Paper Piecing Pattern
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Finished Size - 72" x 72"

This eye-catching masterpiece is made from lots of scraps and 2 base fabrics. It is the perfect project to showcase your hand-dyed fabrics! Fabric requirements: 3 5/8 yd for the central star, New York Beauty arches, checkerboard border, corners, pipings and binding; use as many different colors of the following 8 color groups - yellow, orange, red, pink/cerise, purple, cobalt blue, dark green, light green and dark blue;4 yds for the backing and sleeve; 72" x 72" of batting; foundation and pattern paper; water erasable pen; needles, thread and thimble. 'Be Colourful - Circle of Life' quilt pattern, quilt designed by Jacqueline de Jonge, finished size is 65" x 65".

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