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Guatemalan Yarn-Dye - Woven Rug Ikat - Desert Sand - 34"

Guatemalan Yarn-Dye - Woven Rug Ikat - Desert Sand - 34"
US$ 12.95 / yard
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Min 0.5 yard, incr. of 0.25 yard

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Persimmon, Lemon, Hunter Green, Grape, Flame Red, Crimson, Black, Teal, Honey, Mocha, Desert Sand

Brilliant hues of woven colors create eye-candy in this traditional, Central American yarn-dye fabric. If you're looking for an authentic texture, look and design for your next Latin-flavored projects, this collection is just the ticket for you. 34" wide yarn-dye, hand woven, wider stripes are about 1/4", Imported from Guatemala. Handmade native product should be prewashed by hand in warm water, and subsequent washings by hand in cold water. Expect variations in ikat design and threads as this is handmade in a village. Fabulous collector item - limited quantities!

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