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Project Linus - A Blanket Is A Warm Hug - Sky Blue

Project Linus - A Blanket Is A Warm Hug - Sky Blue
US$ 10.50 / yard

Min 0.5 yard, incr. of 0.25 yard

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US$5.25

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White, Blush, Aqua, Tangerine, Lime, Ocean, Scarlet, Dk Blue, Grape, Black, Lemon, Sky Blue

Linus always knew he could turn to his blanket in times of need, and this design is not only a bright addition to your Peanuts collection, but a portion of proceeds are donated to Project Linus, an organization providing blankets to children in need. Become a Blanketeer! Larger frames are about 3 1/2", from the 'Project Linus' collection by © 2012 Peanuts Worldwide LLC for Quilting Treasures. A percentage of all sales is donated to the Project Linus organization. License required for any use beyond individual consumption.

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