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Kaffe Fassett Collective for FreeSpirit Cactus Flower Black, Qui

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Product description

Size:Yard  |  Color:Black

From Philip Jacobs and Kaffe Fassett for Free Spirit this printed cotton fabric is from the Kaffe Fassett collection. This 4. 32 ounce/yard lightweight woven cotton fabric is breathable and soft with a full drape. Easy to sew and very versatile its ideal for quilting but can also be used for crafts miscellaneous sewing projects or home decor items like pillow covers bed skirts and very lightweight curtains. The weight and feel of this fabric is suitable for some apparel as well like A-line or gathered skirts. Colors include black blue purple grey and tan.


From the manufacturer

FreeSpirit aims to inspire a new generation with designer inspiration and a dose of fun. The fabric collections spark creativity with projects for fashion, home décor, quilts, and crafts. FreeSpirit Fabrics has established a global portfolio of designers that creates an array of fabric choices as diverse and expressive as their designs. Designers include Kaffe Fassett, Amy Butler, Joel Dewberry and Tula Pink.

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NeoBiota is a peer-reviewed, open access, online journal launched to accelerate research on alien species and biological invasions: aquatic and terrestrial, animals, plants, fungi and micro-organisms. The journal is a continuation of the former NEOBIOTA publication series. NeoBiota publishes papers across all disciplines interested in biological invasions, specifically on the ecology, evolution and biogeography of non-indigenous aquatic and terrestrial animals, plants, fungi and micro-organisms, on mechanisms that drive the introduction, establishment and spread of these species, on ecological, evolutionary, economic and other consequences of biological invasions, and on the management of invasions in any part of the world. The journal also strongly encourages papers on ethical, social, legal and policy issues related to biological invasions.

Journal Impact Factor: 3.684
Q Values
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Biodiversity Conservation
Q2:
Ecology
Scopus CiteScore 2020: 3.9
Q Values
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Insect Science
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Plant Science
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Ecology, Evolution, Behavior and Systematics
Q1:
Ecology
Q1:
Aquatic Science
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Animal Science and Zoology
Q2:
Ecological Modeling
CiteScoreTracker 2021: 4.7 (updated monthly)
Archived: CLOCKSS, Zenodo, Portico
ISSN 1314-2488 (online) | ISSN 1619-0033 (print)

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