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Herb Garden: Lavender - Quilt Pattern by Dana Verrengia

Herb Garden: Lavender - Quilt Pattern by Dana Verrengia
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Finished Size - 15" x 15"

Perky sprigs of fragrant lavender peek out of a windowpane in this fusible appliqué quilt block. Use as a fresh botanical wall-hanging, piece together tablerunners, or collect all 8 patterns to create a garden themed Cathedral Window quilt. Material requirements include: 1/3 yd background; 1/2 yd Cathedral Window edging, border, and lt purple flowers; 1/3 Cathedral Windows and corners; 1/8 yd (3) different fabrics for leaves; 1/8 yd dk purple flowers; 1/2 each backing and batting; 1/2 fusible web. 'Herb Garden: Lavender' quilt pattern by Dana Verrengia of Wildfire Designs Alaska, finished size is about 15" x 15".

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