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Blend Fabrics is the brand new licensing division of Anna Griffin Inc. and features talented textile artists from around the world.

This adorable fabric print is from the Babysaurus Collection by designer Sharon Kropp.

Babysaurus is a playful, fresh and fun fabric collection. Dinosaurs, dots and numbers
create this collection in a kaleidoscope of colors ranging from pastel to primary.

This listing is for the Dino Words in Turquoise print which features all the different types of dinosaurs written in turquoise on a white background. Random turquoise polka dots complete the look. The 2 additional fabric prints are coordinating prints which are also available in my shop.

Perfect for quilt projects, children's bedding, clothing, bedroom accessories, diaper bags

100% premium quilting cotton, 44/45" wide.

This listing is for 1 yard only, cut fresh from the bolt. More yardage is available, please convo me for a listing.

For 1 to 2 yards of quilt weight fabric, I ship First Class Mail. 3-9 yards will ship Priroty Flat Rate Envelope.

To view other fabric collections I offer from from Blend, click on the link below:

http://www.etsy.com/shop/BelloBerryFabricShop/search?search_query=blend&order=date_desc&view_type=list&ref=shop_search

CLEARANCE - Babysaurus Collection- Dino Words- Turquoise by Sharon Kropp for Blend Fabrics-Kids Novelty Fabric


Overview

  • Materials: cotton fabric, designer fabric, quilting fabric, blend fabrics
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 4420 reviews
  • Favorited by: 36 people