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South African Leaf Sunprints - Swatch Packet - Earth

South African Leaf Sunprints - Swatch Packet - Earth
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24 Pieces - 9" x 9" Each

These unique, handcrafted fabrics from South Africa 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 by using Non-Toxic dyes and recycling when possible, these fabrics are dyed by hand with sun sensitive dyes. Leaf design fabrics are individually handmade by laying leaves on hand dyed fabric and letting the sun create a stencil "print", limiting production to the sunny season. Set of 24 swatches, pack contains an assortment sun cloth designs, including leaf and other patterns; 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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