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Oak Cluster - Appliqué Pattern by Ilene Bartos

Oak Cluster - Appliqué Pattern by Ilene Bartos
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Finished Size - 22" x 43"

A beautiful cluster with acorns and turning leaves tied together with a ribbon, done using hand-dyed fabrics. The full size template details how to place the light and dark colors to create the desired color progression. Material requirements include: 1-1/3 yds of light brown for background; (2) fat quarters dark green for leaf backgrounds; (1) fat eighth dark brown for acorn backing and stems; (1) 2-1/2" x 3" scrap of light brown for top of stems; (7) fat eighths of coordinating colors for the petals on leaves; (2) fat eighths for ribbon; 12" x 15" of the darkest leaf color for acorn tops; 1-2/3 yds for backing and facing; 2 yds of fusible web; 3/4 yd stabilizer; 28" x 49" cotton batting; 28" x 49" wool batting. 'Oak Cluster' quilt pattern by Ilene Bartos Designs. Finished size is about 22" x 43".

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