Australian Homespun

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MATERIALS

• Fat quarter each of 12 assorted print fabrics (triangles)

• 90cm (1yd) white print fabric (background)

• 40cm ( 3/8yd) pink print fabric (binding)

• 1.4m (1 5/8yd) backing fabric

• Batting at least 140 x 110cm (55 x 41in)

• Paper and cardboard or template plastic

• Fabric-marking pen

• Rotary cutter, ruler and mat

• Sewing machine with 1/4in, walking and free-motion feet

• General sewing supplies

Finished size: 123 x 91.5cm (48 1/2 x 36in)

Note: Read all the instructions before starting the project. It is recommended that fabrics be 100% cotton, pre-washed and well ironed. Requirements are based on fabrics 107cm (42in) wide. Instructions are given for using the printed Pattern Sheet in the magazine, but you can also download the digital pattern from www. homespun.net.au and print it out. The

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