Economy Block Printable Post
Inside: Economy Block Printable Post
I have created a printable PDF download of the Economy Quilt Block blog post found here: https://www.seasonedhomemaker.com/how-to-make-a-perfect-economy-quilt-block/
The PDF is a full 6 pages and all ads have been removed making it easy to download and print. It includes the following:
- Written tutorial instructions in PDF format
- Economy Block Assembly Diagram
- Size Chart
You DO NOT need to purchase this printable in order to make the project. All of the instructions are available for free at this link.
This is an inexpensive option for those who want to download and print the instructions. The small fee is to help offset the designer fees associated with creating this download.
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PLEASE NOTE: This is a PDF digital pattern. Make sure you enter a valid email address at checkout. You will receive this digital pattern in PDF format. No physical item will be shipped. The customer is responsible for downloading and printing.
All digital products are non-refundable.
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