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Big Stitch Kantha - Garden of India - Warm White with Embroidery

Big Stitch Kantha - Garden of India - Warm White with Embroidery
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Deep Pink, Berry Red, Sunny Yellow, Kelly Green, Storm Blue, Plum Purple, Warm White

This is a special treat! Popular big, Kantha hand-stitching runs through two layers of fabric with bold flowers on the top and a solid on the back. Piece into exotic quilts, or use as a stunning highlight in apparel and tote bag projects. Incorporate further embroidery of your own for an on-trend masterpiece. 41-42" wide, double-sided, with Kantha stitching, larger flowers are about 6", from the 'Kantha' collection by Whistler Studios for Windham Fabrics. Hand wash separately in cold water, line dry only after all edges have been finished.

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