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Here & There - Quilt Pattern by Denyse Schmidt Quilts

Here & There - Quilt Pattern by Denyse Schmidt Quilts
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Finished Size - 43 1/2" x 60" Baby, 65" x 88" Twin, 86" x 93" Queen, 102" x 93" King

This simple yet elegant quilt is done in Denyse Schmidt's signature modern style. Three rows of diagonal bars create a sparse chevron design, allowing you to play with color and print and make a statement all your own. Fabric requirements include: Accent fabrics - 1/8 yd each (15) different fabrics baby, 1/4 yd each (15) different fabrics twin-king; Background and binding - 2 3/4 yds baby, 5 1/2 yds twin, 6 5/8 yds queen, 7 3/4 yds king; Backing - 3 yds baby, 5 1/3 yds twin, 7 7/8 yds queen, 8 1/2 yds king. 'Here & There' quilt and sham pattern by Denyse Schmidt Quilts. Finished size for baby is about 43 1/2" x 60", twin 65" x 88", queen 86" x 93", and for king 102" x 93".

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