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FQFat Quarter (one fourth of a yard of fabric)
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1 fat quarter each for blocks (a fat quarter is approximately 18" x 20")
In "Fat Quarter: Christmas", needlecraft expert Jemima Schlee presents 25 projects that even the most novice needlecrafters can make quickly and easily from fat quarters or fabric scraps in their stash bin.
Amongst the items donated so far for raffle prizes are fat quarter packs, cross stitching and needlepoint kits, knitting kits and accessories, Abakhan gift vouchers and food hampers.
A fat quarter is a quilter's term for one-fourth of a yard of fabric.
It's no wonder you feel like you're freezing your buns off by the end of the game's fat quarter.
Green print and blue print (1 fat quarter each)-cut from each: Cut 2-4" x 20" strips.
Medium Green Solid 1 fat quarter for blocks (a fat quarter is approximately 18" x 20")
Cut four 8"x10" rectangles from the beard fabric and one 8"x10" rectangle from each shirt fat quarter.
Quilters looking for new uses for fat quarter stashes will find this an easy introduction.
1 fat quarter (a fat quarter is approximately 18"x 20")
And let us know which combo is your favorite for a chance to win a fat quarter bundle