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Florology - Fusible Collage Pattern by Laura Heine

Florology - Fusible Collage Pattern by Laura Heine
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Finished Size - 24" x 30"

This garden bursting with blooms backed by a soft sky background with your choice of print and is made by fusing pieces of a variety of prints to a lightweight base. Laura Heine has included detailed instructions about her technique to guide you through the process and includes a full-size pattern. Material requirements include: A variety of 6" to 12" squares in creams, blues, light and dark pinks, light and dark yellows, peach, light orange and shades of green in subtle prints; 4-3/4 yds of 24" Steam a Seam 2 (eQuilter product WAST5524); 1 yd of Pattern Ease foundation or similar product (eQuilter product PEEZP830); 1/4 yd binding; 1 yd backing. Florology' quilt pattern by Laura Heine of Fiberworks inc. Finished size is about 24" x 30".

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