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Shoal - Appliqué Quilt Pattern by Casey York Quilts

Shoal - Appliqué Quilt Pattern by Casey York Quilts
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Finished size - 55" x 70"

Sharks and seaweed swirl inside a water droplet in this fusible applique quilt. This unique design is perfect for anyone interested in oceanography or for a child's quilt or wall hanging. Complete instructions include directions for a matching pillow. Fabric requirements for a quilt: applique - 2 fat quarters or 1/2 yd of blue and aqua prints, 5 fat quarters of dark and light orange, turquoise, navy and white prints; 1 3/4 yds of 90" wide muslin; 4 yds for backing; 1 3/4 yds of 90" wide batting; 2 3/4 yds of fusible web. Fabric requirements for a pillow: 1 fat quarter, 1/2 yd for background, 1/2 yd for backing, 18" x 18" of batting, 1/4 yd of fusible web and 16" x 16" pillow form. 'Shoal' quilt pattern by Casey York Quilts. Finished size is about 55" x 70".

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