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Christmas Time - Gnome Avenue Border Stripe - White

Christmas Time - Gnome Avenue Border Stripe - White
US$ 10.95 / yard
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The avenue where the gnomes reside if filled with snow covered cottages. Each little house is unique and oozes with the magic and whimsy we associate with little gnomes. The large border stipe features gnomes sitting in front of their fireplace baking and, enjoying their cozy cottages on a wintry day. Christmas Time - Gnome Avenue-Border stripe is about 5" wide and runs the length of only one selvedge, larger gnome houses are about 6", 'Gnome Avenue' from the 'Christmas Time' collection by the De Leon Design Group for Alexander Henry Fabrics.

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