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Moroccan Tiles - Quilt Pattern by Heather Peterson

Moroccan Tiles - Quilt Pattern by Heather Peterson
US$ 8.50 / each
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Finished Size: Baby - 39 1/2" x 53", Twin - 65 1/2" x 72 1/2, Double - 78 1/2" x 92"

These exotic pieced blocks allow you to showcase all your favorite prints! Choose two different fabrics for each tile, making sure the contrasting windows really pop. Fabric requirements include: Baby - 13 fat eighths, 1 5/8 yds background, 1/2 yd binding, 44" x 57" each backing and binding; Twin - 32 fat eighths, 3 yds background, 1 3/4 optional border, 3/4 yds binding, 70" x 77" or 83" x 90" backing and binding; Double - 50 fat eighths, 4 1/2 yds background, 1 1/2 yds optional border, 7/8 yd binding, 84" x 97" or 96" x 104" backing and batting. 'Moroccan Tiles' quilt pattern by Anka's Treasures. Finished size for baby is about 39 1/2" x 53", wall 52 1/2" x 53", lap 52 1/2" x 72 1/2", small twin 65 1/2" x 72 1/2", long twin 65 1/2" x 92", and double 78 1/2" x 92".

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