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This foundation paper pieced design is inspired by the rafters and over-sized ceiling fans found in the Horticulture Building at the Ohio State Fair. This quilt finishes at 60" x 60"The Raise the Roof pattern is a PDF download and includes two files; one for instructions, and one for templates. You will need to print the template file at 100% or "actual size" in order to construct the blocks. Templates print in black and white on legal size (8-1/2" x 14") paper. 100 black and white copies of the foundation paper pieced template are required to complete the quilt as shown.This is an intermediate level pattern that does not include specific instructions for foundation paper piecing techniques. Copyright 2019. This pattern is intended for a single user. The original purchaser of this pattern may make and distribute their creations for personal use, display at quilt shows, or for small scale production for craft fairs or small scale online sales. If items are publicly displayed or sold, the design should be attributed to The (not so) Dramatic Life. Mass production is strictly prohibited.Due to the nature of the product, Digital Pattern Downloads cannot be returned.
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Cannot wait to create the quilt in an upcoming class.
Alice Dayhoff Apr 13, 2023
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Krista Apr 20, 2021
My first try at paper pattern piecing: a bit of a learning curve, but this pattern had great instructions. One thing I learned was to use fabric that is all the same weight.
Patty Armstrong Jan 10, 2022
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