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Remember When - Irma Harding Vignettes - Ivory

Remember When - Irma Harding Vignettes - Ivory
US$ 10.50 / yard
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Ah, the days of innocence, hard work, Betty Crocker, cookbooks, spokesperson Irma Harding's household tips, shirt waist dresses and green stamps! This print features vignettes of a rural housewife preforming every-day chores - gathering eggs, baking and preserving foods. This retro collection is referencing the era after World War II, when America launched into all the instant communications television offered when it came to our cultural awareness and the commercial world. Larger vignettes are about 3 1/2", from the 'Remember When' collection by © IH, International Harvester & Farmall are registered trademarks of CNH America LLC for Quilting Treasures.

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