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Garden Ready - Applique Quilt Pattern by Amy Bradley Designs

eQuilter Garden Ready - Applique Quilt Pattern by Amy Bradley Designs

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Finished Size - 34-1/4" x 49-1/2"

This is the perfect wall-hanging for the gardening enthusiast in your life featuring a variety of vegetable and flowering plants, gardening tools and accessories, this design has it all. Material requirements include: a variety of scraps from 2" x 2" to 6" x 10" for appliques; 7" x 24" for Letters; 3/8 yd for garden row background; 1/4 yd garden vegetables sky background; 1/4 yd garden vegetables soil background; 1/3 yd garden boots background; 1/3 yd garden tools background; 1/3 yd flower pots background; 1/8 yd inside border; 1-1/4 yd outside border; 1/3 yd binding; 1-2/3 yd quilt backing; White muslin to back light fabrics. 'Garden Ready' quilt pattern by Amy Bradley Designs, finished size is about 34-1/4" x 49-1/2".

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