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Quilt Kit - Temple Fish Pond - by Luana Rubin

Quilt Kit - Temple Fish Pond - by Luana Rubin
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Finished Size 42" x 74" - As Seen in Fabric Trends Magazine

This kit contains all the fabrics needed to make this gorgeous Asian Fishpond themed quilt top, with 3 different colors of koi fabric design, and exquisitely detailed Asian florals. Cloisonne butterfly for sashing and inner border. Includes dark blue Chinese calligraphy fabric for binding. Fabrics designed by Luana Rubin for Robert Kaufman Fabrics, from the 'Memoirs from China' collection. Skill level - Easy! Inspired by visits to Buddhist temples and their fishponds, and the Summer Palace gardens in Beijing. Luana donates a percentage of her royalties from this collection to charities helping Chinese orphanages. Featured in Spring 2006 issue of Fabric Trends. Color image and quilt pattern/instructions will be included with a kit. Quilt is shown vertically in magazine - however original design of quilt was a horizontal design as shown here. Either way works! Temple Fish Pond Quilt Kit, by Luana Rubin.

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