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Solids: Five Quilt Patterns by Lauren Terry (an eBook)

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This eBook is perfect for beginning to intermediate quilters. The book includes five patterns:

- Lemon Stripes which comes in 4 sizes: baby, crib, throw and twin. (Plus instructions on how to baste, quilt, and bind your project).

- Gingham which comes in 4 sizes: baby, crib, twin and queen.

- Arrows and Tags

- Ombre Arrows

- Lotus Blossom (this pattern has a template included which you print out on your computer).

Each pattern includes fabric requirements, cutting instructions, piecing instructions, pressing tips and quilt top assembly directions. Lemon stripes includes basting and binding instructions as well (perfect for if this is your first quilt). All the patterns in this book feature solid fabrics for a bold, colorful finish!


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Solids: Five Quilt Patterns by Lauren Terry (an eBook)

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