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Tropical Noel - Below with Mistletoe - Pattern by McKenna Ryan

Tropical Noel - Below with Mistletoe - Pattern by McKenna Ryan
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Finished Size - 26-3/4" x 53"

McKenna Ryan's raw edge fusible appliqué Tropical Noel pattern line wishes you Mele Kalikimaka with festive sea creatures ready for the holidays. Each block can be sewn up on its own as an artistic wall hanging, or you can combine the entire collection to create a wonderful Christmas quilt with finishing instructions found in block two. Material requirements include: 1/3 yd for background; 1/4 yd kelp; 1/4 yd each (2) fabrics for pufferfish; assorted scraps or 1/8 yd cuts for appliqués; 1/4 yd each (7) fabrics for pieced border; 2 yds for border, backing & binding. 'Deep Below With Mistletoe' block pattern from the 'Tropical Noel' collection by McKenna Ryan, finished size is about 26-3/4" x 53" - Block Three.

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