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Nicole's Prints - Home Sewing Is Easy - Black/White

Nicole's Prints - Home Sewing Is Easy - Black/White
US$ 10.95 / yard
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If you can appreciate the days of home sewing and homemaking AND have a sense of humor, then you'll love this large scale, comic strip style print featuring black and white frames of pictures and dialog. Inspired by the culture of American life in the 1940's and 1950's, you will not be surprised by the vintage styling, newspaper palette, and dialog that reads, "And won't it be thrilling when I make a whole dress for myself! I'll fairly burst my seams with pride!" Larger comic frames are about 6" x 8 1/2", 'Home Sewing Is Easy' from the 'Nicole's Prints' collection from Alexander Henry.

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