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Starlight Tree Farm - Quilt Pattern by Cotton Street Commons

eQuilter Starlight Tree Farm - Quilt Pattern by Cotton Street Commons

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Finished Size - 70" x 81"

Simple but stunning Christmas trees offset by stars make the perfect quilt for the holidays! Red Stars are added with fusible web for a simple applique touch to an otherwise traditionally pieced quilt with all instructions included for each step. Material Requirements include: 4 1/4 yds of background fabric; 6 Green fat quarters for trees; 6 Gray fat eights for trees; 1 Red fat quarter for stars; 14" x 10" piece of black fabric for tree trunks; 17" x 22" of Steam-a-Seam 2 Lite (eQuilter Products WAST54); 5 yds of backing fabric; 3/4 yd for binding. 'Starlight Tree Farm' quilt pattern by Cotton Street Commons. Finished size is about 70" x 81".

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