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Emerald Valley - Hummingbird - PATTERN by McKenna Ryan

eQuilter Emerald Valley - Hummingbird - PATTERN by McKenna Ryan

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Block 3 - Finished Size - 14" x 18"

Delicate hummingbird hovers to feed on nectar and flowers. Each block from this playful pattern collection can be sewn up on its own as a piece of wall art, or you can combine the entire collection to create a wonderful 66/1/2" x 78-1/2" quilt with the finishing instructions included in the Fish pattern. Material requirements include: 1/2 yd for background; (6) 1/8 yd cuts for appliques; 1/4 yd 18" wide lightweight fusible web. 'Hummingbird' block pattern from the 'Emerald Valley' collection by McKenna Ryan, finished size is about 14" x 18" - Block 3.

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