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Little Engine That Could - Train Stripes - Slate Blue

Little Engine That Could - Train Stripes - Slate Blue
US$ 8.75 / yard

Min 0.5 yard, incr. of 0.25 yard

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US$4.38

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White, Sand, Copper Mist, Tomato, Honey, Amber, Mint, Leaf, Forest, Slate, Lavender, Black, Slate

This retro stripe features vignettes and icons from the much beloved story about the "Little Engine That Could." The vintage palette and style bring a touch of nostalgia that have affected generations of children, reminding all of us that trying hard, not giving up and keeping at a difficult task is a good quality! Wider stripes are about 4", from the 'Little Engine That Could: Another Spin Little Engines' collection by Peter Pan Records and Cricket Records for VIP Exclusive.

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