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Plume - Iridescent Feather - Peridot/Gold

Plume - Iridescent Feather - Peridot/Gold
US$ 11.25 / yard
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QPEBPEAC QPFFDEDE
Turquoise, Teal, Mallard Green, Caramel, Amber, Cobalt, Sapphire, Peridot, Gold Metallic

Overlapping peacock feathers shine in brilliant jewel tones and sparkle with gold metallic etching as they form a textured and opulent design. This extravagant collection centers around the iridescent plumage of the beloved peacock that reaches across cultures, myths, and history to bring us a timeless and lasting beauty. Featured in the Timeless Treasures Stitch Star International Quilting and Sewing Challenge. Feathers are about 2 1/4", with gold metallic, from the 'Plume' collection by Timeless Treasures.

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