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All I Want for Christmas - Ivory

All I Want for Christmas - Ivory
US$ 11.95 / yard
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White, Sand, Rose, Berry Red, Lemon, Lime, Sky Blue, Pine Green, Maple Brown, Dk Brown, Ivory

Who knew Santa's helpers were so Hunky?! These gorgeous hunks may not have cute little elf ears, but they DO have rippling muscles under their festive Christmas pajamas. Posing in Santa hats among decorated trees and piles of wrapped presents, their rosy cheeks and sweet smiles are here to offer you a snapshot of what's to come this holiday season! Large scale text of "JOY" included in design. Christmas hunks are about 12", because of the 24" repeat, please order 1 yard minimum to get the full repeat of the design, 'All I Want for Christmas' from the 'Pin Ups' collection from Alexander Henry Fabrics.

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