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10 swatches
our price:$11.99

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Free shipping, any silk, any color!  Each swatch is approximately 2.5" x 2.75"
aubergine
aubergine
our price:$21.00

Our master artisans have created this sultry weave by adding burgundy highlights to onyx black. The result? An alluring, silky supermodel that spices up every occasion.
celadon
celadon
our price:$21.00

A clear, gorgeous green...alluring and mysterious.
chamomile
chamomile
our price:$21.00

Just like the tea...smooth and best served with honey or lemon.
chinaberry
chinaberry
our price:$21.00

Named after a type of tree from the Mahogany family...ruddy and exotic!
curry
curry
our price:$21.00

Named after our favorite spice from south Asia...a golden yellow with a pinch of brown thrown in...
eucalyptus
eucalyptus
our price:$21.00

A subtle, dark, desaturated green-and-black combination.  Almost grey in its appearance.
papaya
papaya
our price:$21.00

A bright, fruity fusion of peach and yellow-orange...absolutely mouthwatering!
hibiscus
hibiscus
our price:$21.00

Inspired by the showy pink flowers that attract butterflies and bees!
kumquat
kumquat
our price:$21.00

Just like its namesake, an adorable, if not tepid, burnt-orange color.
lemon drop
lemon drop
our price:$21.00

Just like pure, fresh-squeezed lemonade!
merlot
merlot
our price:$21.00

This warm, rich purplish-red silk may turn more than a few of you into wine afficionados...simply breathtaking!
peppercorn
peppercorn
our price:$21.00

Reminds us of the fruit of a black pepper vine...and who doesn't love a little pepper to spice things up?
pomegranate
pomegranate
our price:$21.00

An earthy brown-and-burgundy fusion that feels warm and inviting...
quartz
quartz
our price:$21.00

This silvery-grey exudes confidence and stoicism.  Knowing and wise.
solstice
solstice
our price:$21.00

This adorable, sprightly chartreuse can pull together the different elements of a project in a very pleasing, cheerful way!
vermilion
vermilion
our price:$21.00

Named after the opaque orangish-red pigment, similar to scarlet, but a little more orange and little less red.