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Plume - Peacock Garden Stripe - Black/Gold

Plume - Peacock Garden Stripe - Black/Gold
US$ 11.25 / yard
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Aqua, Turquoise, Teal, Forest Green, Amber, Honey, Royal Blue, Sapphire, Black, Gold Metallic

Solid stripes and flowing garden stripes resembling peacock feathers surround a jewel toned cascade of stylized blossoms, all shimmering with gold metallic etching. 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. Wider stripes are about 5", with gold metallic, from the 'Plume' collection by Timeless Treasures.

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