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If you love the look of the 1930's prints and solids, this unique patchwork Placemat and Napkin Set of Four are for you! Combine that look with the addition of an appliqued single flower with a yo-yo center and lovely green leaves to each of the placemats. Each mat is completely finished on reverse side (no raw seams) and can be reversed for another look. Each mat has a different 1930 Reproduction Print fabric backing: mustard yellow, turquoise floral, pink floral and yellow floral. Each of the napkins echo the same color as the appliqued flower: pink, blue, peach and rose. This is indeed a very versatile set.

Highlights:
Size: Placemat: 14" x 19"
Napkins: 14" square
Colors: Mustard yellow, yellow, pink, rose, blue, turquoise, peach, red, greens
Detail: Machine blanket stitching is on all the appliqued pieces and decorative quilting stitching details all the patchwork pieces.

Inspiration: Reminds me of all the colorful fabrics that were used during the early twentieth century.

Recommended care: Gently wash and dry.

For other Unique Home Décor:
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PATCHWORK PLACEMATS and Napkins with 1930 REPRODUCTION Fabrics and Appliqued Floral


Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: 100 Percent Cotton Fabric, Polyester Thread, flannel batting
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 296 reviews
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