PDF Appliqué Quilt Sewing Pattern (to be downloaded) 'Beach Chums' Mice at the Seaside

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This listing is only available as an electronic PDF pattern that you can download once it has been purchased.

This is a fun project for the experienced quilter. The quilt involves a mix of appliqué with embroidery to remind you of sunny days at the seaside. It's a project that will delight everyone that sees it.

Quilting, binding and machine skills are necessary. The pattern instructions show the glue stick method used for the appliqué and includes all templates and guides.

The PDF pattern comes in 3 parts and all measurements given are in both metric and imperial.

Part 1 - Pattern instructions including picture guides (10 sheets)
Part 2 - The title and back page including the materials list (2 pages)
Part 3 - Pattern templates (5 sheets)

Finished quilt size: 40" x 40" (101 x 101cms)

IMPORTANT Please note - when printing the templates ensure your printer is set to print documents at 100% otherwise the templates may print smaller than they should be.

Happy Sewing!

© Copyright of Sharon Robins of the Raggy Robin 2014

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