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Nourish -Quilt Pattern by Jaybird Quilts

Nourish -Quilt Pattern by Jaybird Quilts
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Finished Size - baby 40" x 40", lap 72" x 72", king 110" x 110"

This Lone Star quilt pattern uses no Y seams! Solids, small scale prints, blenders or batiks as the featured fabrics make this quilt shine. Plus, there is plenty of negative space to show off your quilting! Use either the Super Sidekick ruler eQuilter product code UNRLR204 or template plastic to create your own templates. Material requirements: Baby - (4) fabrics 1/4 yd ea, 1 1/4 yd background, 3/8 yd binding, 2 2/3 yds backing; Lap - (8) fabrics 3/8 yd ea, 3 5/8 yds background, 2/3 yd binding, 4 1/2 yds backing; King - (12) fabrics 1/2 yd ea, 7 3/4 yds background, 1 yd binding, 10 yds backing; 'Nourish' quilt pattern by Jaybird Quilts. Finished sizes: Baby - 40" x 40", Lap - 72" x 72", King - 110" x 110".

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