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Winter Wishes - Pattern by Ribbon Candy Quilt Company

Winter Wishes - Pattern by Ribbon Candy Quilt Company
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Finished Size - 14" x 28"

A wonderful trio of winter holiday projects including a Christmas Lantern, Winter Cardinal with mistletoe and snow flakes, and a sweet Valentines quilt with loving stamps. Material requirements include: Christmas Lantern - 1/3 yd black for lantern, assorted scraps in holiday colors for lantern; Winter Cardinal - 1/8 yd brown for branches; 9" x 11" red for cardinal; (1) fat eight for leaves; assorted scraps for mistletoe, snow flakes and cardinal beak; Valentines Stamp - (3) 9" x 9" reds for stamp borders; (1) fat quarter for stamp background; assorted scraps for appliqué; For All Patterns - 1/2 yd background fabric; 1/6 yd binding; lite fusible web. 'Winter Wishes - Seasonal Skinnies' pattern by Margie Ullery for Ribbon Candy Quilt Company. Finished size is about 14" x 28".

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