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Dog Days of Summer - Summer's End - Pattern by McKenna Ryan

Dog Days of Summer - Summer's End - Pattern by McKenna Ryan
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Finishing Kit for Full 58-1/2" x 58-1/2" Sized Quilt

Create the finishing touches to your Dog Days of Summer seaside inspired quilt by adding the fusible appliqué borders and assembly instructions in this pattern to the four other blocks in this McKenna Ryan series. Material requirements include: 1/4 yd for sand, assorted scraps or 1/8 yd cuts for appliqués; 1/4 yd and (3) 1/8 yd pieces for inner borders of individual blocks; 1/2 yd for sashing border; 1/4 yd for corner stones and checked pieced border; 4/8 yd for middle border; 1-1/8 yd for outer border and binding; 3-3/4 yds for backing; 65" x 65" batting; 2 yds of 12" wide lightweight fusible web. 'Summer's End' full quilt assembly instructions, borders and appliques from the 'Dog Days Of Summer' collection by McKenna Ryan, finished size is about 58-1/2" x 58-1/2".

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