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Lighthouses - New Canal, LA - Raw Edge Appliqué Pattern

Lighthouses - New Canal, LA - Raw Edge Appliqué Pattern
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Finished Size - 20" x 20"

The historic New Canal Lighthouse is pictured in its storied location at the entrance of the New Basin Canal on Lake Pontchartrain in this wallhanging pattern. Piecing and machine appliqué techniques are used to recreate the lighthouse, while organza overlays make the light shine for all to see. Fabric requirements include: 22" x 22" backing; 10" x 10" blue sky; 1/4 yd each borders and binding; 9" x 18" set triangles; 10" x 14" organza; (10) assorted fabrics for lighthouse scene; 20" x 20" each fusible web and Misty Fuse. 'New Canal, LA' pattern by Debra Gabel of Zebra Patterns. Finished size is about 20" x 20".

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