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This sale is for ONE vintage 1970's fine decorator sample named "Ali Baba" on a leopard printed buttery soft Egyptian cotton. I have a limited quantity, so please let me know how many additional pieces you might need and I will see if I can accommodate you! If additional samples are available, they can only be purchased through an Etsy sale, no exceptions.

This is a hand screened print done with numerous screens (shades of blue, olive, rust, reds, golds and black).

The fabric is a light weight Egyptian cotton. It's perfect for pillows, dresses, skirts, aprons, and many other uses!

The fabrics are approximately 17" x 18" with an 18.75" repeat. The edges have been overlocked, unless the edge is a weft. All samples have been cut at different parts of the pattern so you may not get the exact pattern cut that you see in the photos.

Disclaimer... Please note that these samples are very old, and due to the nature of it's previous use, they may have slight discoloration and staining. They have been stored folded, and may show some slight darkening along the folds due to dust. There may be very slight pencil marks on these samples as well. There are no tears or holes in these samples. I've carefully inspected all samples and find them all saleworthy. They all had sample tags stapled to them, which I have carefully removed. I would recommend hand washing these samples in very cold water with a gentle detergent (such as Woolite) and air drying before using. Please suggest these same cleaning methods to your clients!

Please contact me via "convos" with any specific questions you may have, and please send me photos of what you've made with this item!

Thanks for looking!!