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Meow Mix - Feline Frisky - McKenna Ryan PATTERN

eQuilter Meow Mix - Feline Frisky - McKenna Ryan PATTERN

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Finished Size: 15 1/2" x 27"

This raw-edge applique pattern features a cuddly calico tries to catch a butterfly from a floral wrapped platform. Material requirements include: 1/3 yard for background; 1/8 yard for butterfly bodies; 1/8 yard for butterfly wings; 1/8 yard for flower centers and cat; 1/8 yard for flowers; 1/8 yard for cat nosw and butterfly wings; 1/8 yard for leaves; 1/8 yard for cat and flower centers; 1/8 yard for butterfly wings; 1/8 yard for butterfly wings; 1/8 yard for cat; 1/8 yard for pole and base; 1/4 yard for inner border and cornerstones; 1/2 yard for outer border and binding; 5/8 yard for backing; 22" x 33" piece of batting; 2/3 yard of 18" wide lightweight fusible web; recommended using The Applique Pressing Sheet (eQuilter Product BTAPPRES). 'Feline Frisky' quilt pattern from the 'Meow Mix' collection by McKenna Ryan, finished size is about 15-1/2" x 27".

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