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Dutch Wax Print - Growing Leaves - Mint Green/Gold

eQuilter Dutch Wax Print - Growing Leaves - Mint Green/Gold

US$ 14.95 / yard

Min 0.5 yard, incr. of 0.25 yard

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Water Blue, Teal, Midnight Purple, Mint Green, Gold Metallic

This "African Wax" print is brought in from our new importer in Holland and we are absolutely impressed by the quality and vibrant colors. A flourishing forest of growing leaves make their home atop this dutch wax print; the textured background adding a unique flare to the print. Machine wash on Delicate cycle and Warm water. Hang to dry or tumble dry low. Due to numerous washing/rinsing cycles in the production process, there is little or no shrinkage, colors do not run, and pre-washing is not needed. Larger leaves are about 9-1/2", with gold metallic. Julius Holland - authentic Dutch Wax Print import.

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