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Lexington Lane - Quilt Pattern by Sassafras Lane Designs

Lexington Lane - Quilt Pattern by Sassafras Lane Designs
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Finished Size: Tall - 53" x 61", Grande - 61" x 75", Venti - 79" x 95"

Sew together triangles and half-hexagons to create this modern, geometrical delight. A great chance to showcase modern or retro prints alike. Fabric requirements include: For Tall - 9 fat quarters for hexagons; 1 1/2 yds background; 3 1/2 yds backing; 1/2 yd binding. For Grande - 14 fat quarters for hexagons; 2 1/4 yds background; 4 1/2 yds backing; 5/8 yd binding. For Venti - 27 fat quarters for hexagons; 2 1/2 yds background; 7 1/4 yds backing; 3/4 yd binding. 'Lexington Lane' quilt pattern by Sassafras Lane Designs. Finished sizes as named on pattern, 'Venti' size quilt is about 79" x 95", for 'Grande' is about 61" x 75", and for 'Tall' is about 53" x 61".

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