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Down On The Farm - International Harvester Tractors - Ivory

Down On The Farm - International Harvester Tractors - Ivory
US$ 10.50 / yard
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White, Ash & Steel Gray, Hot Pink, Red, Burgundy, Black, Coffee & Cocoa Brown, Lt Honey, Ivory

Good, sturdy equipment like these beautifully rendered International Harvester tractors, go hand in hand with farming. If you're creating a project that celebrates farming and our farmers, you'll have a hard time resisting these tractors tumbling over a solid ground with the International Harvester emblem scattered throughout. Larger tractors are about 4 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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