arabesque
Pendle Hill by Di Ford

Arabesque by Dutch Heritage

$7.00

The beautiful Dutch Chintzy print on this fabric make it perfect for your antique inspired quilts. Designed by Petra Prins and Nel Kooiman.

This is the fabric that Di Ford has used for the centre broderie perse in her recent quilt, “Pendle Hill”, as seen in her Quiltmania publication, “Primarily Quilts 2 – It’s all about the fabric“. The requirement for this fabric to complete the centre urn’s applique is 2.5m as listed in Di’s book.

Check out Sandy’s choice for the beige fabric to create the centre medallion surround here, and the background broderie perse fabric here…….you will have your centrepiece for this lovely quilt all sorted with these 3 fabrics, and the majority of the remaining fabrics can be pulled from your stash.

1 unit = 1 fat quarter. ( Please specify in order notes if you prefer the 0.25m cut along fabric width.)
2 units = 0.50 m
3 units = 0.75 m
4 units = 1 m
Multiple orders will be supplied in one length.

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The beautiful Dutch Chintzy print on this fabric make it perfect for your antique inspired quilts. Designed by Petra Prins and Nel Kooiman.

This is the fabric that Di Ford has used for the centre broderie perse in her recent quilt, “Pendle Hill”, as seen in her Quiltmania publication, “Primarily Quilts 2 – It’s all about the fabric“. The requirement for this fabric to complete the centre urn’s applique is 2.5m as listed in Di’s book.

Check out Sandy’s choice for the beige fabric to create the centre medallion surround here, and the background broderie perse fabric here…….you will have your centrepiece for this lovely quilt all sorted with these 3 fabrics, and the majority of the remaining fabrics can be pulled from your stash.

 

1 unit = 1 fat quarter. ( Please specify in order notes if you prefer the 0.25m cut along fabric width.)
2 units = 0.50 m
3 units = 0.75 m
4 units = 1 m
Multiple orders will be supplied in one length.

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