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Typecast Fast - Paper Piecing Pattern by Whole Circle Studio

Typecast Fast - Paper Piecing Pattern by Whole Circle Studio
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Finished Sizes - 9" Tall x 2 1/4" - 6 3/4" per letter block

This rainbow of letters, numbers, and characters are created using precise paper piecing and can be used to customize your own words and phrases and incorporate other blocks to design your own quilted projects! Pattern includes paper piecing templates and detailed assembly instructions. Material requirements include: this varies depending on how many letters are made. Use Fat Quarters, Fat Eighths or fabric from your stash for the letters and add yardage for the background or opt to make your letters and background scrappy! 'Typecast Fast Quilt Blocks' pattern by Whole Circle Studio. Finished block sizes are about 9" tall and between 2-1/4" to 6-3/4" wide

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