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The Lorax - Local Creatures - Dk Green - 100% ORGANIC COTTON

The Lorax - Local Creatures - Dk Green - 100% ORGANIC COTTON
US$ 10.95 / yard

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Aqua, Ocean, Lime, Kiwi, Chartreuse, Camel, Cinnamon, Ginger, Scarlet, Black, Dk Green

All the local residents of the loved book by Dr. Seuss are here to greet you. The Bar-ba-Loots, Swomees, and the Humming Fish, along with the Lorax himself all pose over a colorful ground of swirling graphic shapes. Made from 100% organic cotton, this collection, as well as the story, is a gentle reminder to care for our environment. 100% organic cotton, larger Lorax are about 1 3/4", from 'The Lorax' collection by TM & © 1971 Dr. Seuss enterprises, L.P. All rights reserved. For individual use only, from Robert Kaufman Fabrics.

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