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Birthstone Pattern - July Ruby - by MJ Kinman

Birthstone Pattern - July Ruby - by MJ Kinman
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Finished Size - 17" x 17" Block - Ruby for July

Create your own stunning Birthstone quilt block with a Ruby for July, using a single-foundation piecing technique to create the sparkling facets of this gemstone. This pattern includes gemstone template, detailed color chart and assembly instructions. Create this block on its own or create the full series with all 12 gemstones. A great project for a confident beginner. Material requirements include: (1) 18" x 3" fabric piece in black, (5) 18" x 9" fabric pieces in various shades of pink or purple; (2) 18" x 6" fabric pieces in shades of pink or purple. eQuilter product code FAFQBRUB Fat Quarter pack satisfies the fabric requirements. 'The Birthstone Series: Ruby' block pattern by MJ Kinman. Finished size is about 17" x 17".

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