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Fat Quarter Kit

Bold birds as cushion, flowers in a pouch
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These bold prints on indigo dyed Indian block print cottons await your needle!

Choose from two designs resist printed on indigo and enjoy as many hours as you choose of slow stitching into the patterns. Keep the fabric as one large piece or use to make smaller projects. So many possibilities - cushion front, bag or garment panel, pockets, glasses case, needlecase, mat, cafetiere cover, pencil case, tablet cover, book bag, framed panel...

Each pack contains:

a fat quarter (50cm x 50cm or more, depending on fabric width) of your chosen print

a fat quarter of pre-shrunk calico for use as an optional backing fabric

14 metres of assorted shades of 6-strand embroidery threads

8 metres of white 6-strand embroidery thread

5 metres of fine blue wool thread

my Simple Stitches printed guide card

guidelines and stitch combination suggestions and a needle

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