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South African Hand Dyes - Crackle Texture Swatch Packet

South African Hand Dyes - Crackle Texture Swatch Packet
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22 Pieces - 9" x 9" Each

These unique, handcrafted fabrics are inspired by the beauty and magic of nature. The magnificence of the seas, mountains, forests, and floral kingdom is reflected in the color and designs of these lovely fabrics. Produced while working within environmentally sensitive boundaries, using Non-Toxic dyes, and dye recycling when possible, these fabrics are dyed with the sun and therefore, limited in production to the sunny season. Each fabric is uniquely handmade. Set of 22 Crackle Hand-dye swatches, each swatch is about 9" x 9", the fabric is handmade with nontoxic dye by an Eco friendly company in a rural community in South Africa.

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