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Sofia - Appliqué Pattern by Barbara J. Jones Designs

Sofia - Appliqué Pattern by Barbara J. Jones Designs
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Finished Size - 34" x 28"

Sofia is a skunk with many charming qualities - though nobody seems to notice! Show off your fashion fabric choices, and help Sofia find new friends in this fun project. Easily adapted for satin stitch finish, raw edge appliqué, or needle turn, providing a challenge for the intermediate quilter and the adventurous beginner alike. Fabric requirements include: 9 fat quarters for Sofia; 1/3 yd sky; 1/3 yd each 3 colors for hills; 1 fat quarter each clouds, tree, grass; 1/4 yd inner border; 1/3 yd outer border; 1/2 yd outer border; 1 1/8 each backing and batting. 'Sofia' quilt pattern by BJ Designs & Patterns, finished size is about 34" x 28".

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