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Jacquard Cotton by Merchant & Mills | Ahoy Blue

Jacquard Cotton by Merchant & Mills | Ahoy Blue

$40.00

The lovely Jacquard cotton in seaside blue is by Merchant & Mills. This layered cotton has a jacquard weave that gives it a quilted look and feel. Perfect for pillows, bags, jackets, tops, throws, and more.

  • 100% cotton
  • 47 inches wide
  • Made in India
  • Prewashed, wash cool, dry flat
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