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# 238/24 Gold eye tapestry needles #24. These needles will glide through fabric smoothly. The needle has gold eye plating with a u...nique elliptical design for easy threading. The hardness of steel was obtained through high temperature treatment and tempering making our needle hard to break or bend. read more

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$3.23

# 238 Gold eye tapestry needles #18-22. These needles will glide through fabric smoothly. The needle has gold eye plating with a u...nique elliptical design for easy threading. The hardness of steel was obtained through high temperature treatment and tempering making our needle hard to break or bend. read more

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Clover 8460 Flower Frill Templates small and medium. Each package contains 2 templates per size for a total of 4 templates. Embell...ish your jewelry, wardrobe and home accessories with Flower Frills. Approximate finished sizes small 3-inch and medium 4-inch. Let your imagination flow and design wonderful, original creations. Instructions included. read more

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$25.00 $18.99

You deserve it. This bundles set includes some of the essential accessories you need save when you buy this bundles set. Fashion, ...cute and useful great as a his and her gift. Package includes: 1 X fujifilm instax mini 8 case bag, with magnetic closure and strap. To protect your mini 8, you can put it into the case bag. When using, magnetic closure and shoulder strap design for easily taken out. 1 X rabbit design mini 8 closeup lens(selfportrait mirror). 1 X colorful closeup lens(filter) for mini 8, 4 colors. You can use the selfportrait mirror to take self photos. Besides, the colorful filter can color your photos, make them outstanding 1 x instax mini book album 64 photos, 2 photos per page. Photos taken, you can put them in the album for preserve. Book album style, archival and protective. 1 X colorful photo frame, 5 colors(5 pcs). 1 X colorful wall decor hanging frame, l0 pcs. You can also put them to the frame to show your best photos. The wall decor hanging frame even allow you to hang pictures on the wall. Different colors to choose, good for room decoration. 1 X colorful decor sticker borders (10 pcs). What is more, the sticker borders could decorate your photos. read more

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$148.00

12” x 20”Baule cloth (cotton) with linen backGoose down / feather insert includedHidden gold zipperIvory CoastEach piece is unique... - the one you receive may not be identical to the pictureBaule cloth takes its name from the Baule people who migrated to Ivory Coast from Ghana several centuries ago. They learned the craft of textile weaving from the neighboring Dioula people. Using standing looms, they weave narrow strips of cotton cloth and then stitch them together to create larger swaths of material. These textiles, commonly seen in blue and white with pops of bright stitching, were worn wrapped around the body by the Baule men and women during important ceremonies and events. read more

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$148.00

12” x 20”Cotton indigo front with linen backGoose down / feather insert includedHidden gold zipperIvory CoastEach piece is unique ...- the one you receive may not be identical to the pictureIndigo originated many centuries ago in India and made its way to Africa through ancient trade routes. A wide range of hues from the palest blue to deep rich blues is achievable by master artisans. Fresh indigo leaves or balls of crushed dried leaves are steeped in vats of wood ash lye in the ground. Dying cotton, silk and other materials is a time-consuming process that takes patience as achieving the desired color may take repeated steeping. Standing looms are used to weave narrow strips of cotton cloth which are then stitched together to create larger swaths of material. These textiles were worn by men and women as cloth wraps for modesty required by Islam and Christianity which spread to the region through trade routes. read more

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$148.00

12” x 20”Indigo cotton front with linen backGoose down / feather insert includedHidden gold zipperMaliEach piece is unique - the o...ne you receive may not be identical to the picture Indigo originated many centuries ago in India and made its way to Africa through ancient trade routes. A wide range of hues from the palest blue to deep rich blues is achievable by master artisans. Fresh indigo leaves or balls of crushed dried leaves are steeped in vats of wood ash lye in the ground. Dying cotton, silk and other materials is a time-consuming process that takes patience as achieving the desired color may take repeated steeping. Standing looms are used to weave narrow strips of cotton cloth which are then stitched together to create larger swaths of material. read more

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$238.00

14” x 34”Baule cloth (cotton) with linen backGoose down / feather insert includedHidden gold zipperWoven in Ivory CoastEach piece ...is unique - the one you receive may not be identical to the pictureBaule cloth takes its name from the Baule people who migrated to Ivory Coast from Ghana several centuries ago. They learned the craft of textile weaving from the neighboring Dioula people. Using standing looms, they weave narrow strips of cotton cloth and then stitch them together to create larger swaths of material. These textiles, commonly seen in blue and white with pops of bright stitching, were worn wrapped around the body by the Baule men and women during important ceremonies and events. read more

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$168.00

18” x 18”Indigo cotton front with linen backGoose down / feather insert includedHidden gold zipperBurkina FasoNo two pieces are id...entical - the one you receive may not exactly like the one picturedIndigo originated many centuries ago in India and made its way to Africa through ancient trade routes. A wide range of hues from the palest blue to deep rich blues is achievable by master artisans. Fresh indigo leaves or balls of crushed dried leaves are steeped in vats of wood ash lye in the ground. Dying cotton, silk and other materials is a time-consuming process that takes patience as achieving the desired color may take repeated steeping. Patterns are created using a stitch-resist method which requires hundreds or thousands of tight knots that must be tied and untied by hand. Designs have been used for centuries and are different based on their region. Standing looms are used to weave narrow strips of cotton cloth which are then stitched together to create larger swaths of material. read more

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$238.00

14” x 34”Cotton indigo front with linen backGoose down / feather insert includedHidden gold zipperIvory CoastEach piece is unique ...- the one you receive may not be identical to the pictureIndigo originated many centuries ago in India and made its way to Africa through ancient trade routes. A wide range of hues from the palest blue to deep rich blues is achievable by master artisans. Fresh indigo leaves or balls of crushed dried leaves are steeped in vats of wood ash lye in the ground. Dying cotton, silk and other materials is a time-consuming process that takes patience as achieving the desired color may take repeated steeping. Standing looms are used to weave narrow strips of cotton cloth which are then stitched together to create larger swaths of material. These textiles were worn by men and women as cloth wraps for modesty required by Islam and Christianity which spread to the region through trade routes. read more

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$158.00

17” x 17”Indigo cotton front with linen backGoose down / feather insert includedHidden gold zipperMaliEach piece is unique - the o...ne you receive may not be identical to the picture Indigo originated many centuries ago in India and made its way to Africa through ancient trade routes. A wide range of hues from the palest blue to deep rich blues is achievable by master artisans. Fresh indigo leaves or balls of crushed dried leaves are steeped in vats of wood ash lye in the ground. Dying cotton, silk and other materials is a time-consuming process that takes patience as achieving the desired color may take repeated steeping. Standing looms are used to weave narrow strips of cotton cloth which are then stitched together to create larger swaths of material. read more

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$178.00

20” x 20”Indigo cotton front with linen backGoose down / feather insert includedHidden gold zipperBurkina FasoNo two pieces are id...entical - the one you receive may not exactly like the one pictureIndigo originated many centuries ago in India and made its way to Africa through ancient trade routes. A wide range of hues from the palest blue to deep rich blues is achievable by master artisans. Fresh indigo leaves or balls of crushed dried leaves are steeped in vats of wood ash lye in the ground. Dying cotton, silk and other materials is a time-consuming process that takes patience as achieving the desired color may take repeated steeping. Patterns are created using a stitch-resist method which requires hundreds or thousands of tight knots that must be tied and untied by hand. Designs have been used for centuries and are different based on their region. Standing looms are used to weave narrow strips of cotton cloth which are then stitched together to create larger swaths of material. read more

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