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Sailboat & Lighthouse - Appliqué Quilt Pattern by Pacific Rim

Sailboat & Lighthouse - Appliqué Quilt Pattern by Pacific Rim
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Finished Size - 24" x 36"

Create a serene and soothing watery landscape complete with a lighthouse and sailboat, sure to remind you of sunsets, with this easy appliqué pattern. Choose two contrasting fabrics for your quilt top and a coordinating print for the backing; then assemble with your preferred appliqué technique, machine, raw-edge or hand appliqué. Fabric Requirements include: 3/4 yd Background fabric; 3/4 yd appliqué fabric; 3/4 yd backing fabric; 27" x 39" batting; 27" x 39" double-sided fusible - optional. Pattern 'Sailboat & Lighthouse' pattern, a '2 Fabric Appliqué Quilt', finished size is about 24" x 36", designed by Nancy Lee Chong for the Pacific Rim Quilt Company.

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