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BCPAT707 Patterns - Be Colourful - Jacqueline de Jonge BC1707 IMAGINE eQuilter
Be Colourful - Imagine - Paper Piecing Pattern

eQuilter Be Colourful - Imagine - Paper Piecing Pattern

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Finished Size - 74" x 74"

Create this intricate and colorful pattern of flying geese and eight pointed stars all orbiting a central rainbow star. Pattern includes all foundation papers and detailed instructions on how to cut and assemble this wonderful project. Material requirements include: (6) 7/8 yd cuts; (9) 1 yd cuts; (1) 1/3 yd cut; (1) 3/8 yd cut; (1) 7/8 yd cut; (1) 1/2 yd cut - all in a rainbow of colors; 3-1/2 yds for central background; 3-3/4 yds background fabric; 1/2 yd black and white striped fabric for border; 4-1/2 yds backing. 'Imagine' quilt pattern by Jacqueline de Jonge of Be Colourful. Finished size is about 74" x 74".

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