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  • Cindy Jones

    sari fabric • bohemian style

  • wendy eno

    use these traditional indian sarees as pops of color in your home. It brings vibrance, colour, richness, and excitment in where a boring curtain would normally be.

  • LabradoriteMoon

    You can actually use these traditional Indian fabrics as curtains in your room. It brings in vibrance, colour, richness, and excitment.

  • Diann Betz

    sari...some of the most wonderful colors and textiles.

  • Lisa Henderson

    Traditional Indian sari fabric colors

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