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Swallowtail Butterfly Watercolor Runner KIT

Swallowtail Butterfly Watercolor Runner KIT
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Finished size - 31 1/2" x 12"

Have you ever been delighted by the unexpected appearance of the exotic Swallowtail butterfly? Soon it lands, just for a moment, and then just as suddenly, takes flight and gently flutters away. Although this runner looks impressive and difficult, you will find that it is one of the easiest runners you will ever make! This kit designed by Mim Schlabach, includes a pattern, instructions, and enough pre-cut 100% cotton 2" watercolor squares and appliqué fabrics to do everything but the borders. 'Swallowtail Butterfly' Watercolor Quilt Kit by Mim Schlabach of Whims Watercolor Quilts. Finished size without border is 31 1/2" x 12", fabrics my vary.

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