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Joyeux Noel - Snowman - McKenna Ryan PATTERN

Joyeux Noel - Snowman - McKenna Ryan PATTERN
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Block 3 - Finished Size 27" x 19"

This raw-edge applique pattern features a jolly snowman bearing gifts and a wreath to celebrate the season with snow laden trees and a bright star in the background. Each block from this pattern collection can be sewn on its own as a piece of wall art, or you can combine the entire collection to create a festive 59" x 59" quilt with finishing instructions included in the Block 5 - Corner pattern. Material requirements include: 1/2 yd for background; (3) 1/4 yd cuts for larger appliques; (11) 1/8 yd cuts for smaller appliques and flange; 1/4 yd for border; 1/4 yd for binding; 3/4 yd for backing (for wall hanging size only). 'Snowman' block pattern from the 'Joyeux Noel' collection by McKenna Ryan, finished size is about 27" x 19" - Block 3.

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