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Mulberry Lane - Appliqué Pattern by Cherry Blossoms Quilting

Mulberry Lane - Appliqué Pattern by Cherry Blossoms Quilting
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Finished Size - 61" x 78"

A colorful Christmas village with decorative trees, cozy little homes, snow men and cars filled to the brim with holiday goodies. This pattern includes full size appliqué templates with notes for optional embroidery. Material requirements include: 1/2 yd white and turquoise print for borders and appliqué; 3-1/2 yds white print for background, borders and appliqué; (2) fat quarters in green and red for trees; 14 yds total in fat eighth cuts to 3-1/2 yd pieces of (14) different prints and colors for appliqués, background and binding; 5 yds backing; twin size batting; 17" wide paper-lined fusible web. 'Mulberry Lane' quilt pattern by Cherry Blossoms. Finished size is about 61" x 78". Includes download code for SVG cut files for applique shapes.

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