Hawaiian VOLCANO Mauna Kea Fabric Panel Big Island Hawaii~ Volcano Fabric Quilt Square Panel~ Taro Plants, Lava Rock, Whales Fabric

$7.95

Shipping to United States: $3.35


This fabric features the famous Mauna Kea volcano on the Big Island of Hawaii in the background under a moonlit sky; it even has a sprinkle of snow on it! There are taro plants and black lava rock in the middle. At the bottom is a sandy beach, water swirls with Humpback Whales, scools of fish, and coral. This dormant volcano is the highest point in Hawaii. You can choose the size of your fabric square from the drop down menu above. This is nice for making quilts, pillows, cosmetic zipper cases, wall hangings, place mats, etc. I have several designs in my store that coordinate with this one if you are making a quilt; see the second picture above.

After your project is complete, you can machine wash warm or cool on a gentle/delicate setting, using phosphate-free detergent. You may use this fabric to make something for personal use or to sell, but you cannot reproduce the copyright protected design in any way. Please feel free to ask me any questions you may have. May your days be filled with much Aloha!

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Products are usually shipped the next business day after payment is received, but may require an extra day or two during busy times. If actual shipping costs are less than what buyer paid, I will issue a refund for that amount if it's more than $1.

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Reviews (2)

Average:

As always, Kathy delivers the most wonderful artistic, well made, happy, quilt fabrics on time. I always look forward to getting them. I will continue to be a repeat customer.


This is the panel that drew me in to Kathy's shop. It totally reminds me of how I felt with my mom on our trip visiting where our relatives had lived throughout the generations in Hawaii. Mahalo for the beautiful work!


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