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COTTONVILL 20COUNT Cotton Solid Quilting Fabric (5inch Square, 2

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COTTONVILL 20COUNT Cotton Solid Quilting Fabric (5inch Square, 2

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Product description

Color:26-pansy  |  Size:5inch square

This is a standard solid fabric for quilting. It is a plain weave fabric woven with 100% combed cotton 20COUNT yarn. It is 44 inches width.

COTTONVILL 20COUNT Cotton Solid Quilting Fabric (5inch Square, 2

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