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Prequilted Doubleface Farmer John's Market II - Potato - Sepia

Prequilted Doubleface Farmer John's Market II - Potato - Sepia
US$ 17.95 / yard
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White, Mushroom, Sand, Umber, Coffee, Sepia

Yummy, ripe potatoes done in rich hues that make our mouths water, tumble together to remind us of our visits to the farmer's markets in the summer and fall. Full baskets and shelves of fruits, vegetables and flowers, tasty samples and the fun of the crowd are all part of the feelings we associate with attending these wonderful outdoor markets. Prequilted 100% cotton print front and back, with 3.3 oz 100% polyester batting between, image is divided horizontally to show both front and back sides. Larger potatoes are about 2 1/2", 'Potato' from the 'Farmer John's Market II' collection by Paintbrush Studio for Fabri-Quilt.
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