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Green Style - Pure Solids - Walnut - ORGANIC COTTON

Green Style - Pure Solids - Walnut - ORGANIC COTTON
US$ 8.50 / yard
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Walnut

Do your part for the environment by using this 100% organic cotton sheeting dyed with low-impact dyes for your sustainable sewing projects needing solid colors. Made of environmentally-friendly cotton grown without the use of chemicals or pesticides and produced in a facility certified for purity, this fabric makes the most sustainable and natural use of the Earth's precious resources. You'll find it both user friendly and Mother Earth friendly. 100% organic cotton certified to the OE 100 Standard, and dyed with eco-friendly, reactive dyes, from the 'Pure Organic' collection from Robert Kaufman Fabrics.

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