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City Slicker - Paper Quilt Pattern

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City Slicker - Paper Quilt Pattern

This listing is for the paper pattern that will be shipped to your home. If you prefer a PDF version is also available in our shop.

This pattern is Jelly Roll friendly and makes two sizes. The first size uses 36 jelly roll strips (a typical roll contains 40) plus background fabric to make a 60" x 84" quilt. The second size can be made using a 42 strip Jelly Roll plus background fabric to make a 70" x 84" quilt.

This is a beginner level quilt pattern. It is written with clear cutting, piecing and pressing instructions and includes detailed diagrams for each step.

Fabric requirements are given in both imperial and metric and the pattern uses imperial measure in the instruction.

Quiltmakers are welcome to sell quilts made with our patterns. Copyright only protects the images and written words of patterns. Please do not share files or copies of patterns. If you are interested in our patterns for a retail setting or classes please contact us for our wholesale prices.

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City Slicker - Paper Quilt Pattern

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CA$11.50

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  • Handmade item
  • Craft type: Quilting, Sewing
  • Feedback: 53 reviews
  • Favourited by: 23 people
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