free shipping on orders over $100,
50% off for international.
Largest selection OVER 1000 NEW PRODUCTS PER MONTH!
2% of sales go to charity:
$1,382,600 raised so far.
Call us: 303-527-0856
Toll Free USA 877-322-7423, Local 303-527-0856

Lighthouses - New Canal, LA - Raw Edge Appliqué Pattern

Lighthouses - New Canal, LA - Raw Edge Appliqué Pattern
US$ 8.95 / each
only 2 remaining
1 each Min Sale US$ 7.16
20% Off!

Quantity:

Product Total:

US$7.16

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".

Read eQuilter testimonials

"I want to express how much my husband and I have enjoyed your newsletter each week. The photos of your travels are excellent and stir memories of our traveling years. I am new at quilting,..."

Sandra Eich-Koester, USA

December 14, 2011

"No one else sends a personal note and each order is wrapped with tissue paper, I LOVE EQUILTER!! The choices of fabrics, the way the site is put together, I live in a rural area and..."

Patricia Caudel, Star City, Indiana

December 20, 2015

"I love eQuilter. I can always find anything I need...and I am addicted to the Strippers Scrap bag. All of my quilts have very colorful backs made with strippers. The little handwritten..."

Toni Thompson, Las Vegas NV

July 23, 2014

"I can always count on you. Your search engine reads my mind and directs me to exactly what I wanted, whether I knew it or not. Sometimes it is hard to find winter fabrics here in..."

Linda Clary, Gainesville, FL

April 10, 2012