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Zen Charmer - Plum/Smoke

Zen Charmer - Plum/Smoke
US$ 10.95 / yard
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Min 0.5 yard, incr. of 0.25 yard

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It used to be that we associated tattoos with foreign cultures, carnivals or a crowd that you might find in a motorcycles gang, but these days, we've come to see how beautiful and artistic tattoos can be. The design and style of this gorgeous print shows inspiration for Asian as well as Hispanic design. Beautifully rendered and cleanly graphic, this print will certainly make a wonderful quilt, pillow or home decor project! Geishas are about 12", because of the 24" repeat please order 1 yard minimum to get the full repeat of the design, 'Zen Charmer' from the 'A.H. Prints' collection from Alexander Henry.

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