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On Sale Marked Down 50% Crochet Applique Irish Lace Motif Budding Lily in Creamy Ecru

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This an Irish crochet motif of a partially opened lily. It's done in a creamy ecru colored crochet thread and measures 5” ( cm) across and 4” ( cm) high.

You can use this embellishment/applique for:

Purses
Backpacks
Hats
Scarves
Baby Blankets
Bibs
Baby Cloths
Afghans
Jackets
Tee shirts
Knitting projects
Scrapbooks
Journals
Photo Albums
Picture Frames
Pillows
Lamp Shades
Gowns
Dresses
Wedding Dresses

You can order this beauty in a variety of colors and quantities, just let me know what you need.


100% cotton thread

Hand wash in cold water only. Ironing is ok


For more fine thread crocheted rings, bracelets, brooches, necklaces, motifs, buttons and home décor, knit and crocheted scarves, fingerless gloves, and geeky accessories for women and men please visit

http://www.etsy.com/shop/nothingbutstring

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On Sale Marked Down 50% Crochet Applique Irish Lace Motif Budding Lily in Creamy Ecru


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