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Belles - Spring Floral Theatrics - White - 24" x 44" PANEL

Belles - Spring Floral Theatrics - White - 24" x 44" PANEL
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Ravishing young animated belles of the ball, clad in frilly theatrical tutus, are ready to take a bow and accept armloads of flowers from their appreciative audience as they model their chic attire among a sea of flowers in this whimsical print. With their fashionable coiffures and chapeaux adorned with daisies and bows, their scallop-hemmed ballet skirts and a tad too much makeup, these mademoiselles are ready to bedazzle you into sewing some fashionable spring quilts or attire! 24" panel, ladies are about 20", 'Belles Panel' from the 'Belles' collection from Loralie Harris.

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