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    • Once Upon a Donkey

      Refrigerator Magnets alphabet quilt blocks by Oh, Fransson! Pattern available for purchase here - http://www.ohfransson.bigcartel.com/product/refrigerator-magnets-quilt-blocks-modern-patchwork-pdf-pattern $12.50

    • Amber

      Lovely, alphabet blocks.

    • Kristin // skirt as top

      refrigerator magnets quilt block pattern by elizabeth hartman

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