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Winter Sports - Olympians In Action - Ice Blue - 42" FLANNEL

Winter Sports - Olympians In Action - Ice Blue - 42" FLANNEL
US$ 9.50 / yard

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For sports fans and athletes alike who want something to cozy up to while watching the 2010 Winter Olympics, this action packed flannel will do the trick! Featuring large scale vignettes of downhill skiers, ice skaters, snowboarders, bobsledding teams, bi-athletes, cross-country skiers and more, the colorful totem poles, national flags and Olympic torches give it the festivity it needs to be a winner. 42" wide flannel, Canada Winter Olympics skaters are about 7", from the 'Winter Sports' collection by Laurie Godin for Northcott.
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