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Prickly Plant - Quilt Pattern by April Rosenthal

Prickly Plant - Quilt Pattern by April Rosenthal
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Finished Sizes - 28" x 28" Wall Hanging, 12" x 48" Table Runner

Build a succulent garden with traditionally pieces cacti in decorative pots. Choose from a wall hanging size and table runner for a matching set of home decor. Material include: Wall Hanging - (4) green fat eights; (4) fat eights for flower pots; (1) fat quarter for sashing; 1/4 yd border; 1/2 yd each for both backgrounds; 1 yd backing; 3/8 yd binding; 36" x 36" batting. Table Runner - (4) green fat eights; (4) fat eights for flower pots; (1) fat quarter for sashing; 1/2 yd each for both backgrounds; 1 yd backing; 1/3 yd binding; 20" x 56" batting 'Prickly Plant' quilt pattern by April Rosenthal of Prairie Grass Patterns. Finished sizes are about 28" x 28" wall hanging/mini quilt, and 12" x 48" table runner.

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