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Silent Night Watercolor Quilt Kit

Silent Night Watercolor Quilt Kit
US$ 37.95 / each
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Finished wall hanging size: 21" x 21"

An inspiring design based on the story of the Nativity with a manger scene, animals and shepherds. Although this wall hanging looks impressive and difficult, you will find that it is one of the easiest quilts you will ever make! This kit includes a pattern, placement guide,instructions, and enough presorted 2" x 2" fabric squares and appliqué fabric to do everything but the borders. Additional fabric requirement: 1 yd of batting; 1 yd of backing fabric; fusible web. Quilt-Fuse is highly recommended, it saves a lot of sewing time. Kit includes 100% cotton 2" squares, appliqué fabrics, patterns, placement guide, instructions, and color photo. Finished size without border is 21" x 21". 'Silent Night' Watercolor Quilt Kit designed by Mim Schlabach of Whims Watercolor Quilts, finished size is approximately 21" x 21" without border.

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