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Aurora Ridge - Rock-a-bye - Pattern by McKenna Ryan

Aurora Ridge - Rock-a-bye - Pattern by McKenna Ryan
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Finished Size - 23" x 20 1/2"

In this picturesque raw edge fusible appliqué block, a mother brown bear cuddles her cub in a restful meadow. McKenna Ryan's Aurora Ridge pattern line makes the most of her Enchanted Pines fabric collection using ombres and landscape prints in every block. Each block can be sewn up on its own as a piece of wall art, or you can combine the entire collection to create a wonderful woodland quilt. Material requirements include: 1/2 yd background, 1/3 yd bears, 1/8 yd flowers, 1/8 yd bear ears & noses, 1/4 yd foreground & flower stem, 1/8 yd each (4) fabric butterflies, 1/8 yd inner border, 1/2 yd outer border & binding, 3/4 backing, 3/4 yd fusible web. 'Rock-a-bye' block pattern from the 'Aurora Ridge' collection by McKenna Ryan, finished size is about 23" x 20 1/2" - Block Seven.

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