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Movin' Right Along - Pieced Pattern by Jean Boyd

Movin' Right Along - Pieced Pattern by Jean Boyd
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Finished Size - Large - 41 1/2" x 56 1/2"; Small - 34" x 34"

This joyful quilt pattern was designed to showcase Northcott's "On the Move" fabric collection by Ro Gregg; which can be seen by typing in the code NCONM. However, it is a perfect pattern to show off any of your whimsical fabrics; so let your imagination soar and create a special project with the step-by-step instructions included. Fabric requirements for the large quilt: 1 1/4 yd for the border; 1 yd for sashing; 1 1/3 yd for binding; 1 1/2 yd for blocks; 3 2/3 yds for backing; 48" x 63" of batting. Fabric requirements for the small quilt: 7/8 yd for the border; 1/2 yd for sashing; 3/4 yd for squares for sashing and border; 3/4 yd for blocks; 1 1/3 yd for backing; 40" x 40" of batting. Movin' Right Along Pattern, by Jean Boyd, finished size is 34" x 34".

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