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Angel Band - Joyful Noise Stripe - Cream

Angel Band - Joyful Noise Stripe - Cream
US$ 10.50 / yard
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Cranberry & Paprika Red, Scarlet, Lime & Peridot Green, Caramel, Maple Brown, Black, Dk Gray, Cream

An orchestra composed of J. Wecker Frisch's beloved handmaids are making a joyful noise this holiday season in such a festive stripe. Artfully drawn angels play instruments in fine Christmas spirit while a choir of paper doll angels lifts up their voices on high. Inspiring Biblical phrases accompany their music such as the saying, "Do not forget to entertain strangers, for thereby some have entertained angels unawares." Wider stripes are about 6", pattern runs the length of the fabric, from the 'Angel Band' collection which is part of the 'Handmaids' series by J. Wecker Frisch for Quilting Treasures.

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