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Pellon Quilter's Grid - Single Sided Fusible - 44" WIDE

Pellon Quilter's Grid - Single Sided Fusible - 44" WIDE
US$ 5.50 / yard

Min 0.5 yard, incr. of 0.25 yard

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US$5.50

Single Sided Fusible Stabilizer with 1" Square Grid - 44" Wide - Sold by the Yard

Now its easy to create the most intricate Watercolor Quilting designs using Pellon Quilters Grid, a single-sided fusible nonwoven, printed with 1" printed grid lines. The pieces will be stitched together in rows - instead of sets of two. It's so quick and easy! Use Quilter's Grid as an aid in planning the layout of your design. Complete instructions included with yardage, as shown in image. Please order minimum 1 yard! Pellon Quilter's Grid, 1" squares, 100% polyester. Wash cold delicate cycle and tumble dry on low heat. Sold by the yard.
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