Raccoon by the Stream Quilt Block Pattern Digital Download
"Five million years ago in the Pliocene Era, the four-foot long Chapalmalania loped across the grassy pampas, or plains, toward a wide stream to hunt for fish in South America. Its hundred-centimeter height made the pre-historic raccoon look more like a bear with agile human-like hands the better to grab its prey." - from "The Handy Raccoon" essay
Taking a dip at the stream edge stands a raccoon near cover of cattails. Raccoon by the Stream is block eleven of the Mountain Habitats Series quilt block patterns.
Pattern includes: placement diagram, traceable pattern pieces, fabric table, assembly directions, the conservation essay "The Handy Raccoon" and a "Save the Earth" tip.
Mountain Habitats Collection
Finished Size: 15-inch square