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And on that Farm - She Had Some Chicks - Pattern

And on that Farm - She Had Some Chicks - Pattern
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By McKenna Ryan, Finished Size - 25" x 22 1/2"

This clever raw-edge fusible appliqué quilt block showcases a curious kitten watching over a brood of fluffy chicks as they pick at the fresh produce. Each block in this collection can be completed on its own or combine all eight patterns for a larger quilt. Fabric requirements include: (17) assorted fabrics for appliqués and background not larger than 1/4 yd each; 1/2 yd outer border and binding; 1/8 yd inner border; 28 1/2" x 31" batting; 1 1/4 yds of 12" wide fusible web. 'She Had Some Chicks' fusible applique wall hanging pattern from the 'Back on the Farm' collection by McKenna Ryan, finished size is about 25" x 22 1/2" - Block Three.

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