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Scarf Pattern -Wrap 4

Scarf Pattern -Wrap 4

Patchwork Paisley Seamless by Eduardo Doreni Seamless Repeat Royalty-Free Stock Pattern

Sublimation Print

Sublimation Print

Tropical Flowers

Tropical Flowers

View Baroque and Flowers Combination Floral Design by Eduardo Doreni. Available in Seamless Repeat Royalty-Free.

Seamless Leopard Flur Pattern

Seamless Leopard Flur Pattern

Seamless Leopard Flur Pattern by Eduardo Doreni Seamless Repeat Royalty-Free Stock Pattern

A Boho Kimono Cardigan is now available at $53. Inspired by the trendy boho-chic fashion style. This cardigan features embroidery patterns with lace. Perfect for a casual day outfit. Fashion trend and styles from hippie chic, modern vintage, gypsy style, boho chic, hmong ethnic, street style, geometric and floral outfits. We Love boho style and embroidery stitches. Hippie girls with free spirit sharing woman outfit ideas and bohemian clothes, cute dresses and skirts.

A Boho Kimono Cardigan is now available at $53. Inspired by the trendy boho-chic fashion style. This cardigan features embroidery patterns with lace. Perfect for a casual day outfit. Fashion trend and styles from hippie chic, modern vintage, gypsy style, boho chic, hmong ethnic, street style, geometric and floral outfits. We Love boho style and embroidery stitches. Hippie girls with free spirit sharing woman outfit ideas and bohemian clothes, cute dresses and skirts.

Abstract Dots

Abstract Dots

Abstract Dots by Beccy Bland Royalty-Free Stock Pattern

Arbutus Tree and Bark  The curling, peeling bark of the Arbutus tree (Arbutus menziesii)  forms abstract patterns. The Arbutus, relatively common on the south  end of Vancouver Island, is the only evergreen broad-leafed tree in  Canada. This tree is found in East Sooke Regional Park.

The Arbutus, common Vancouver Island and surrounding areas is the only evergreen broad-leafed tree in Canada and the Northwestern US. Arbutus trees are only found naturally growing within 200 miles of a coastline.

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