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Dogwood Placemats - Paper Piecing Pattern by Judy Niemeyer

Dogwood Placemats - Paper Piecing Pattern by Judy Niemeyer
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Finished Size - 18" Diameter

With Judy Niemeyer's precise points and curved paper piecing techniques, these flowers are sure to look stunning! Use the set of four for placemats or a garden of wall hangings. If you are new to these methods, this smaller project would be the perfect start. Fabric requirements include: (2) fat quarters each of (4) fabrics for petals; (4) 3/8 yd cuts for flower spikes - two selections for each colorway; 1/4 yd petal backgrounds; 1/8 yd flower centers; 1/2 yd binding; 1-1/2 yds backing. 'Dogwood' foundation paper piecing pattern from the 'Petals Placemat Series' designed by Judy Niemeyer, finished flowers are about 18" in diameter.

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