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Booty Pack - eQuilter FLOWER POWER Assorted Scraps

Booty Pack - eQuilter FLOWER POWER Assorted Scraps
US$ 15.95 / each


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1 lb Packet of Scrap & Bolt End Cuts

What is a Booty Pack? Is it a pirate's treasure booty? Well, sort of....! Is it the lovely tail end of ...something? Yes! eQuilter's Booty Packs are bolt ends, carefully sorted by color and/or theme, and assembled into a one pound package of about 3 yards of fabric. Our scraps are "trash to treasure" - a beautiful Booty Pack with a Bootiful price to match! One pound is about 3 to 3 1/2 yards of total fabric; pieces are generally less than 1/2 yard each, occasionally a larger piece or panel will be included. Enter quantity of 1-pound packages you would like to purchase in the quantity box. All sales are FINAL, no exceptions. Shipping price is based on weight, not price. One pound packet of Floral, Leaves and Paisley scraps.
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