By Pat Sloan
Pat Sloan’s specific layout type brings piecing, appliqué, and colour jointly, supplying you with quilted luxuries to exploit all through your place. The 12 initiatives comprise the thrill jumping Lily duvet (featuring regal bullfrogs, lily pads, cattails, and dragonflies) and three better half pillows; Ladybug Luncheon desk runner, placemats, and napkins; sizzling residence attractiveness wall putting with plants and butterflies; and A mattress of Zinnias cover, bolster pillow, pillowcases, and jammie bag.
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Bugs, Blooms & Bullfrogs by Pat Sloan