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Flower Fairies - Flower Fairies Toile - Celadon

Flower Fairies - Flower Fairies Toile - Celadon
US$ 10.50 / yard

Min 0.5 yard, incr. of 0.25 yard


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Ivory, Dk Espresso Brown, Celadon

The magical flower fairies from the 'Flower Fairy' books of beloved British artist Cicely Mary Barker live on today in this whimsical collection of her playful watercolor illustrated flower fairies, sure to warm the hearts and imaginations of children and adults everywhere. A new addition to the collection, this magical print features large scale, toile style vignettes of the flower fairies among garden settings, surrounded by butterflies and bliss. Larger flower fairy patches are about 5", 'Flower Fairies Toile' from the 'Flower Fairies' collection from © The Estate of Cicely Mary Barker, 2009, licensed by Copyrights Group for Michael Miller fabrics.

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