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Farmer John's Market - Blooming Artichokes - Avocado Green

Farmer John's Market - Blooming Artichokes - Avocado Green
US$ 10.50 / yard
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Min 0.5 yard, incr. of 0.25 yard

1 yd Min Sale US$ 8.40
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Cream, Chocolate, Coral Peach, Celery Green, Sage, Leaf & Avocado Green

Yummy artichokes done in fresh hues that make our mouths water, tumble together to remind us of our visits to the farmer's markets in the summer and fall. Full baskets and shelves of fruits, vegetables and flowers, tasty samples and the fun of the crowd are all part of the feelings we associate with attending these wonderful outdoor markets. Larger artichokes are about 2", from the 'Farmer John's Market' collection by Paintbrush Studio for Fabri Quilt.

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