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Green Freaky Fabric
Item# 07076631
Transform your door with this green Freaky Fabric - it looks like the portal to another dimension. The polyblend fabric is 78 inches tall and 29 inches wide - perfect for a door way or as a backdrop.Be careful - it's a jungle out there!
  • The Green Freaky Fabric is 78 inches tall by 29 inches wide and is a tight weave polyblend with various and sundry holes
  • For indoor use
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5.0 out of 5
 
$7.99 USD
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    • Includes: polyblend fabric
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5 stars
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Great fabric
By GreenleafVerified Reviewer from Everett, WA on 10/17/2012
Pros:
Unique
Cons:
None
Best Uses:
Halloween
Describe Yourself:
Midrange Shopper
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Comments about Green Freaky Fabric:

This is a great fabric for what I'm using it for! I attached a piece of it to the back of my witch dress so that it looks more used and torn. I used velcro tabs to attach it so that I can remove it later. Then on top of that I placed spider webbing and spiders. Very creepy. With what I have left over I'm going to make a grim reaper using my plastic skeleton I have. And will still have some left over for something else. I like that it already has the holes in it. Great fabric for Halloween, just use your imagination!

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