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Dritz 3169 Rainbow Color Wheel Selector

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Dritz 3169 Rainbow Color Wheel Selector

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Dritz Quilting Rainbow Color Selector is a unique product that helps you coordinate colors for your quilted masterpieces. This package contains the quilting rainbow color selector and an instruction leaflet with complete and illustrated directs. Choose a desired color and use the color wheel guide's coordinating arrows to help you create ideal color combinations for all your creative projects. It works with fabric and fibers for quilts, knits, needlework, crochet, scrapbooking, card making and other craft projects.


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