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10 Little Ducks - Voyage Of The Ducklings Stripe - White

10 Little Ducks - Voyage Of The Ducklings Stripe - White
US$ 10.75 / yard

Min 0.5 yard, incr. of 0.25 yard

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Sky Blue, Ginger, Tangerine, Leaf, Flame, Jade, Cocoa, Midnight, Black, Lemon, Marine, White

Find out where rubber duckies come from, and how they get to your tub in this fun and brightly colored design straight from Eric Carle's popular book for toddlers. Who wouldn't enjoy seeing freshly painted ducklings roll off the belt and onto a ship, ready for a dramatic sea voyage? Wider stripes are about 7", stripes run the length of the fabric, from the '10 Little Ducks' collection by © 2011 Eric Carle under license to Andover Fabrics. For personal use only and not intended for commercial sale.

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