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Paradise Island - Tropical Watercolor Border - Sea Mist

Paradise Island - Tropical Watercolor Border - Sea Mist
US$ 11.25 / yard
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Min 0.5 yard, incr. of 0.25 yard

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Emerald, Iris, Sienna, Rose, Aqua, Glacier & Midnight Blue, Olive, Pineapple, White, Sea Mist

This lush garden full of exotic delights is planted along one selvedge and grows to touch the opposite edge, creating the most stunning large-scale border print we have ever seen. Cool colors in soft, painterly textures will sooth your senses as you sew your own tropical paradise. Larger leaves are about 7", because of the large scale, please order a minimum of 1 1/2 yards to guarantee receiving a full repeat of the pattern, from the 'Paradise Island' collection by Michael Miller Fabrics.

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