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Flower Fairies - Dusk Fairies Garden BORDER - Blue/Gold

Flower Fairies - Dusk Fairies Garden BORDER - Blue/Gold
US$ 11.50 / yard

Min 0.5 yard, incr. of 0.25 yard

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US$5.75

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Lemon Chiffon, Marigold, Periwinkle, Lilac Purple, Moss Green, Cobalt & Evening Blue, Gold Metallic

The magical fairies from the 'Flower Fairy' books of beloved British artist Cicely Mary Barker live on today in this enchanting collection featuring her playful watercolor illustrations, sure to warm the hearts and imaginations of children and adults everywhere. In this double border print, dusk fairies dance in the starlight while butterflies and flower petals drift toward the heavens. Taller fairies are about 5 1/2", fairies run the length of the fabric on both selvedges with sky in between, with gold metallic glitter, 'Dusk Fairies Border' from the 'Flower Fairies' collection by The Estate of Cicely Mary Barker for Michael Miller Fabrics.

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