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Gray - Kaufman Kona Solid - Charcoal

Gray - Kaufman Kona Solid - Charcoal
US$ 5.95 / yard

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Charcoal Gray

Do you ever wonder how Amish quilts get those wonderful deep rich colors? Our wide selection of Kaufman Kona Solids will help you achieve that look. Starting with the dark rich black and moving through the color wheel to sparkling jeweltones, fruity brights and intense yet soft pastels, we are pleased to offer these saturated colors which help to show off your most gorgeous prints and patterns. eQuilter stocks all colors in this high quality solid color collection. All Kona solid cotton is dyed using reactive dyes and is processed and tested according to Oeko-Tex Standard 100. Kaufman Kona Solid, 100% Cotton - Charcoal.
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