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Brighton Passage - Elk Herds - Sepia

Brighton Passage - Elk Herds - Sepia
US$ 8.50 / yard
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If you've ever visited the Rocky Mountain National forest or Estes Park in Colorado, you might have had the experience of seeing majestic elks as they graze in the great meadows with snow covered mountains in the background. This realistic and skillfully rendered collection reminds us of the beauty of our natural parks, wilderness area and the wildlife that we cherish. Larger elk are about 6 1/2", 'Packed Elk' from the 'Brighton Passage' collection by Rosemary Millette of Wild Wings, LLC for Springs. This fabric is intended for home use only, not manufacturing.

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