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Fusible Interfacing Panel - Double Wedding Ring

Fusible Interfacing Panel - Double Wedding Ring
US$ 4.95 / each

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Printed Interfacing - Double Wedding Ring

With this printed, fusible interfacing, you can achieve the same rolling curves of a Double Wedding Ring quilt without all the frustrations of curved piecing. Simply cut fabrics and interfacing and stitch the fabric wedges together. Then, stitch the interfacing to the fabric, trim seam allowances, and turn right side out. Fuse the fabric arcs to the background square, stitch, and add corner triangles. Piece the quilt in blocks and you've created a lovely Double Wedding Ring quilt! Double Wedding Ring Printed Interfacing Panel, Each 20" x 30" panel yields sixteen arcs = 4 rings. Panels required by quilt size: Tablerunner 2, Small/Baby 3, Lap/Twin 8, Double/Queen 16, King 18. Please order enough panels for your project.

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