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Everest the Golden Retriever - Paper Piecing Pattern by Legit K

Everest the Golden Retriever - Paper Piecing Pattern by Legit K
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Finished Size - 60" x 80"

Go on a quilting adventure to construct Everest the Golden Retriever using foundation paper piecing. This is one of Legit Kits medium difficulty projects with several highly detailed blocks, creating a challenging yet very addictive, project. The pattern walks you through the process with a complete user's guide including color map, color gradient list, color code list, assembly guide, cutting guide, and foundation paper pieces. Use up your solid stash as this richly colored Golden Retriever requires scraps in a range of 70 different colors. 'Everest the Golden Retriever' paper piecing quilt pattern by Legit Kits. Finished size is about 60" x 80".

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