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Urban Toile - Los Angeles - Ivory - 100% COTTON CANVAS

Urban Toile - Los Angeles - Ivory - 100% COTTON CANVAS
US$ 10.75 / yard
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Ash & Persian Gray, Pewter Gray, Black, Ivory

Large toile vignettes representing different Los Angeles landmarks and scenes are shown on a solid ground. Grauman's Chinese Theater, Beverly Hills, LAX, and the iconic Hollywood sign will make you feel like you are touring the town amidst the food trucks, palm lined streets, city skylines and souped-up cars. This light weight canvas is perfect for home dec projects, tote bags and much more. 100% cotton canvas, 6.63 oz. per square yard, Hollywood signs are about 3 3/4", from the 'Urban Toile' collection by Robert Kaufman Fabrics.
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