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Lighthouse - "Picture Piecing" Pattern by Cynthia England

Lighthouse - "Picture Piecing" Pattern by Cynthia England
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Finished Size - 33 1/4" x 29"

A tall lighthouse is keeping watch over a sailboat out in the distance, ready to guide it safely home. This fabulous pattern uses Cynthia England's "Picture Piecing" original technique using freezer paper templates (included), and is entirely machine sewn - wonderful for those who love to piece! There are no "set-in" angles to worry about, as the pattern has only straight seams. Have fun as you explore a new technique! Fabric requirements include: 16" sky; 14" med blue water; (28) assorted fabrics landscape, water, boat, & lighthouse; 5" inner border; 18" outer border. 'Lighthouse' quilt pattern by England Design Studios. Finished size is about 33 1/4" x 29".

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