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Whisper Under the Moon - Appliqué Pattern by Amy Loh Kupser

Whisper Under the Moon - Appliqué Pattern by Amy Loh Kupser
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Finished Size - 27 1/2" x 23 1/4"

Whisper Under the Moon - Quilt Pattern by Amy Loh Kupser The snowy owl takes flight with barely a breath of sound - just a soft whisper on the wind in the silvery moonlight. This pattern was designed for raw edge appliqué, but it can be adapted to needle turn as well. Fabric requirements include: 1/3 yd for evening sky, 1/3 yd for trees/clouds/snowy owl, 1/4 yd for snowy owl, 1/8 yd for hills/moon, 2"x2" for snowy owl eye, 2"x2" for snowy owl eye, 1/8 yd for inner border, 7/8 yds for outer border/binding/backing, 3/4 yd of bleached muslin, 29" x 26" of batting, 2 1/4 yds of fusible web, applique pressing sheet, 25" x 22" of clear vinyl. 'Whisper Under the Moon' quilt pattern by Amy Loh Kupser. Finished size is about 27 1/2" x 23 1/4".

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