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Premier Prints Traditions Natural/Sweet Potato

$9.98 per Yard
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Description: Screen printed on cotton duck; this versatile medium weight fabric is perfect for window accents (draperies, valances, curtains and swags), accent pillows, duvet covers and upholstery. Create handbags, tote bags, aprons and more. *Use cold water and mild detergent (Woolite). Drying is NOT recommended - Air Dry Only - Do not Dry Clean. Colors include sweet potato orange and natural.

Washing Instructions help : *Use cold water and mild detergent (Woolite). Drying is NOT recommended - Air Dry Only - Do not Dry Clean.

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Rated 5 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Print size is perfect for curtains I used the fabric to make curtains and the size print is perfect, it’s large enough to make a bold & beautiful statement. It's heavy enough to hang nicely. The light cream color in the background looks perfect against the orange. I have a beach cottage decor with whites, barely-there creams and blues and the orange is a great contrast. August 29, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Orange Damask Love this! I used this fabric to make a valance, bed skirt, bed scarf and pillow sham. It looks great with the navy blue comforter that I already had. Good weight and easy to work with fabric. April 3, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Love this fabric - perfect color! I find all of the Premier Prints fabrics to be fantastic for drapery and light upholstery. This is for a set of inverted pleat panels, and the cream/natural background is perfect burnt orange. March 29, 2013
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