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Honey Bee - Fusible Collage Pattern by Laura Heine

Honey Bee - Fusible Collage Pattern by Laura Heine
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Finished Size - 45" x 36"

This pattern is a unique piece of art, just as your own finished quilt will be! The honey bee is made by fusing individually selected scraps of a variety of prints and florals to a lightweight base cloth in a beautiful arrangement all your own. Laura Heine has included detailed instructions about her technique to guide you through the process. Full-size pattern is included. Material requirements include: (10 - 13) assorted fabric scraps for the bee; (5 - 7) assorted fabric scraps for bee wings; (1) dark fabric scrap for antennae; (8-9) assorted fabric scraps for bee stripes; (10-11) assorted neutral fabric scraps for background; (11-12) assorted fabric scraps for background and heart; (2-3) different cutable bee fabrics for background; 6" x width of fabric for binding; 1 yd pattern ease foundation; 6 yds fusible web; 1-1/2 yds for backing. 'Honey Bee' quilt pattern by Laura Heine of Fiberworks inc. Finished size is about 45" x 36".

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