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Curtain Call - Night Club Melody Stripe - Almond

Curtain Call - Night Club Melody Stripe - Almond
US$ 10.75 / yard
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Crank up the gramophone and get dancing with this stunning large scale stripe filled with the icons of music, movies, and nightclubs from the turn of the century Paris, New York, and Hollywood. Jazz bands, show girls, and movie stars all make their way over a ground filled with stage bills, postmarks, and music in this love letter to that romantic era. If you are a fan of 'The Artist' or 'Midnight In Paris' you won't be able to resist this fabulous collection! Wider stripes are about 6 1/2", stripes run the length of the fabric, from the 'Curtain Call' collection by Graphic 45 for South Sea Imports.

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