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Sewing cotton canvas fabric--folk art fruit pattern

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Sewing cotton canvas fabric--folk art fruit pattern

Mid-weight 100% cotton canvas. Premium quality, great for home decoration, bag making and so on.

Folk art style fruit pattern, approximately 5cm-8cm of each fruit.
1 x fat quarter (50cm x 55cm , 19 inches x 21 inches)

Note:
For Fat Quarter(FQ) size(18inch*22inchquot;), choose the quantites of 1
For Half Yard size(18*44*), choose the quantites of 2
For a full yard, choose the quantities of 4

For continuous yardage please change the quantity in the drop-down menu.

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Sewing cotton canvas fabric--folk art fruit pattern

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