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Diamond Divas - Elizabeth - Quilt Pattern by MJ Kinman

Diamond Divas - Elizabeth - Quilt Pattern by MJ Kinman
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Finished Size - 48" x 48" Diamond Block, 58" x 58" Quilt Top w/ Border

This shimmering diamond quilt uses traditional piecing with freezer paper templates to create each precise facet. This isn't your typical paper piecing! Iron-on templates adhere to the front of the fabric and are easily removed after piecing. Pattern includes color charts for four colorways, full instructions, freezer paper templates, and paper copies to create one diamond quilt. Material requirements include: 3/4 yard of the lightest hue; (13) fabrics of 1/2 yd or less from light to dark according to the color chart; 2 yd white; 1 yd black for border; 1/2 black for binding. 'The Diamond Divas Series: Elizabeth' quilt pattern by MJ Kinman. Finished size is about 48" x 48" for the diamond block, and 58" x 58" for the quilt top with border.

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