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Dick & Jane - Playtime Checks - Multi - 42" FLANNEL

Dick & Jane - Playtime Checks - Multi - 42" FLANNEL
US$ 9.50 / yard
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Celebrate Dick and Jane, staple characters from American education from the 1930s through the 1960s, and still adored today! We love the retro illustrations that adhere to the style of the famous books! Images of Dick, Jane, red wagons, teddy bears, toy cars, musical instruments, and inscriptions of the children's names are set against a ground of colorful blocks in a great retro-inspired palette. 42" wide flannel, Squares are about 1", from the 'Dick and Jane' collection, © 1940-1965 Pearson Education, under license to Michael Miller Fabrics. For non-commercial home use only.

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