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GLORY - Watercolor Wonder Kit

GLORY - Watercolor Wonder Kit
US$ 36.95 / each
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Finished size - 16.5" x 25.5"

This Christian/Easter themed quilt kit has the image of 3 crosses on a hill, with a sunrise in the background. 'Glory' Watercolor Wonder Kit, complete instructions and pattern to complete the project (excluding borders); includes preshrunk 2" squares of 100% cotton fabrics. Finished size is 15" x 30". Although this looks impressive and difficult, you will find this one of the easiest quilts you will ever make. It is excellent for beginners as well as the most experienced seamstress. This kit includes pattern and instructions to complete the project along with pre-cut 100% cotton watercolor squares and appliqué fabrics. (Border not included) Quilt-Fuse is highly recommended, it saves a lot of sewing time. By Carolyn McCormick of Whims Watercolor Quilts.

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