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Supernova Spiral - Laser Cut Appliqué Kit - Borealis

Supernova Spiral - Laser Cut Appliqué Kit - Borealis
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Finished Size - 41" x 41"

This beautiful Supernova Spiral kit features a ready-to-use appliqué kit with precision-cut and pre-fused pieces in teal and amethyst that will pop against a one of Jeanie's amazing Supernova or Dream Big panels (background on cover not included). Just place, iron on and stitch these pre-cut pieces on a 42" x 42" panel or background fabric of your choice. This kit includes a card stock stencil to use for true-to-scale layout guide and easy to follow assembly instructions. The cover features the Hoffman Dream Big Panel, eQuilter product code HODRM and the Hoffman Supernova Starburst panel eQuilter code HONOV2, which are required to complete the kit. 'Supernova Spiral - Borealis' pre-cut quilt kit by Jeanie Sumrall-Ajero. Finished size is about 41" x 41".

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