Pattern for Variations on a Rail Fence Lap Quilt Strip piecing

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Made in Virginia Beach, Virginia

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This listing is for my original pattern used to create the quilt pictured. The finished quilt is a lap quilt, measuring approximately 50" x 58". This pattern is perfect for a confident beginner or intermediate level quilter. The techniques used include strip piecing, rotary cutting, pieced borders and machine binding.

The materials needed for this quilt are:
40 - 2 1/2" strips or a jelly roll
1 yard fabric for inner borders and binding
3 1/3 yards for quilt backing
60" x 68" batting

This is a terrific pattern to use up leftover strips from your stash or to pick your favorite jelly roll of strips and turn into a fabulous quilt! I created this pattern and tested all of the measurements. Any updates to this pattern will be posted to my etsy shop. This is a digital pattern. After purchasing you will receive an instant prompt to download the file. Please do not copy or reproduce this pattern without my permission. If you have any questions, please contact me at my etsy shop.

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    Nov 6, 2017 by kellidawn14

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If you are buying a pattern from me, please note that my patterns are copyrighted so please do not copy them. Patterns are not returnable. You do have permission to sell items made using my patterns. If you think of it, please list credit for the pattern that it came from Christina Minkewicz at Quiltprincess. Hope you enjoy your new pattern!