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Down On The Farm - International Harvester Fields - Moss Green

Down On The Farm - International Harvester Fields - Moss Green
US$ 10.50 / yard
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White, Jade & Pine Green, Gray, Black, Mauve, Red, Sky Blue, Maple & Saddle Brown, Black,Moss Green

Who can resist these vignettes of tractors, wheel barrows, a big red barn and farm animals in a farm setting? Let's celebrate agriculture, our farms and farmers with this beautifully rendered collection. Farming has been one of the most practiced occupations throughout human history - what would we do without our farmers? Larger barns are about 6 1/4", from the 'Down on the Farm' collection by © IH and Farmall of CNH America LLC, licensed by Zolan Company LLC for Quilting Treasures.

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