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    Star Print Fabric 12 Yards

    Availability: 6 in stock
    SKU: T-2466
    $39.95
    Retail Price: $79.90
    This is the highest quality African fabric. Softer feel. Fewest imperfections.

    Packing Weight : 2.25 lb(s)
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    This is the highest quality African fabric. Softer feel. Fewest imperfections.

    45" x 12 yards 100% Cotton.

    Made in Mali.

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