The boots seven places - children fabric

Sold by RoutedesTissus
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Beautiful cotton 100% cotton depicting an episode of the famous tale of Charles Perrault "Le Petit Poucet" where the boots in seven places make their appearances.

The illustrations show thumb in his adventures as well as the Ogre asleep.
On a light grey background characters radiate, dressed in colorful colors (mainly red / yellow and blue)
An opportunity to increase awareness of thumb to your children.

Ideal for your custom creations ॐ unusual: making - cushions - curtains - Deco infant.

Cotton: 100%
Width: 140cm
Weight: 173 g/m2.
Report: 68/64
Machine wash: 30 °

If your order is greater than 0.50 m, your fabric will be cut in one piece.

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