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Peppermint & Holly - Appliqué Pattern by Barbara J. Jones

Peppermint & Holly - Appliqué Pattern by Barbara J. Jones
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Finished Size - 30" x 38"

Stitch up a special treat for the holidays with this candy cane quilt highlighted with holly berries. Combining traditional piecing with appliqué, this is a great design for intermediate quilters or adventurous beginners looking for a challenge. Fabric requirements include: Four 1/3 yd cuts of varying shades for background; Three 1/3 yard cuts reds for candy cane; Three 1/3 cuts whites for candy cane; 1/4 yd binding; 1 fat quarter for ribbon; 3 fat quarters/scraps for leaves; 3/8" red buttons for berries; 1 1/2 yds for backing; 2 yds fusible web; 2 yds lightweight tear away stabilizer. 'Peppermint and Holly Berries' quilt pattern by Barbara J. Jones, finished size is about 30" x 38".

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