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Narumi - Grand Garden Wall Border - Charcoal Gray/Silver

Narumi - Grand Garden Wall Border - Charcoal Gray/Silver
US$ 10.95 / yard
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Sienna, Dusty Coral, Mauve, Steel Blue, Cocoa Brown, Black, Pewter, Charcoal Gray, Silver Metallic

Peonies and spider mums climb up the garden wall from an elegantly patterned border. In this grand display, graceful butterflies fly up to the opposite selvedge as showers of silver metallic wash over the garden below. Larger flowers are about 5" with a 4" border stripe at one selvedge edge only, pattern runs the length of the fabric, because of the 24" repeat, please order 1 yard minimum to get the full repeat of the design, with silver metallic, from the 'Narumi' collection by Hoffman Fabrics.

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