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Flower Cone & Wall Sconce - Item #: QBN017- For materials listing see below.
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Directions included for various styles made from:
24- 5-inch charm squares, two fat quarters,
four fat quarters, eight fat eighths, or eight 2-1/2" strips

 

 
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Perfect way to deliver flowers to a musician, thesbian or graduate! Made from two coordinating fat quarters. Reversible!

 
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Perfect 4th of July hostess gift or door decoration.

 
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Pretty patio or wedding decoration.

 

 
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4" Charm Squares product a 14" x 11" cone - perfect for fress cut garden flowers.

 
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Common purse handles or ribbon make the perfect hanger!

 
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Just in time for last-minute Holiday gifts, this pattern is now available as a PDF by e-mail. Here two fat quarters were used to make a quick cone with a purse handle as a hanger. Wrap florist foam in a plastic bag and add silk flowers and holiday do-dads for a gift that will last for years.

 
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5" Charm Squares cut from three coordinating fat quarters produce an 18" x 14" cone - perfect for Christmas giving.

 
 

Flower Cone & Wall Sconce - Item #: QBN017
Materials (100% cotton fabrics recommended)
   - Fabrics:
          - 32 Charm Squares, or
          - Two coordinating fat quarters, or
          - Four coordinating fat quarters, or
          - Eight coordinating fat eights, or
          - Eight 2-1/2" strips
   - 1/2 yd fusible fleece* (e.g. 42" wide, Pellon Fusible Thermaloam® Plus)
   - 1 - 9" to 10" wide, stiff handbag handle (you can use a flexible, or smaller one, see below)
   - 1 - 10" chopstick or stiff wooden skewer if your handle is flexible or shorter than 9"
                 (placed across top back of cone to provide structure so cone hangs nicely against wall)
   - Matching thread