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Halloweenies - Ghost in the Graveyard - Pattern by McKenna Ryan

Halloweenies - Ghost in the Graveyard - Pattern by McKenna Ryan
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Finished Size - 8" x 8"

On a moonlit night, a silent ghost rises from a graveyard in the shadow of a spooky Gothic cathedral. Using fusible appliqué techniques you can capture this spooky scene in a wall hanging to be enjoyed time and again. Add other blocks from this collection to complete your holiday décor, or combine them into a quilt or throw. Fabric requirements include: 1/2 yd background; 1/3 yd moon; 1/4 yd hillside; 1/4 yd path; assorted scraps for cathedral, tombstones and ghost; 3/4 yd light weight fusible web. 'Ghost in the Graveyard' block pattern from the 'Halloweenies' collection by McKenna Ryan, finished size is about 8" x 8" - Block Six.

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