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"Stars and Stripes" features a cloth used by a close friend in boot camp. This cloth is how Marines learn to disassemble and reassemble a machine gun, and this knowledge saved his life several times while completing 2 tours in Afghanistan.

The theory: Prepare and you won't have to think, just react.
But this wall hanging is more than just a cloth,
It is an opportunity to say what it means to you.
Written in chalk is "Stars and Stripes", the name of this quilt,
On the one section of chalkboard vinyl.
Erase with a damp cloth to write your own message.

Textured Vinyl, Camo, Furry Black, and Bottomweight fabrics are sewn together with Traditional Piecing Methods on an Industrial Consew Machine, Quilted to Hypoallergenic Cotton Batting, then Backed. D Rings are used to hang. The traditional Military Star is free motion stitched onto 2 camouflage blocks at the bottom corners of the quilt. Signed by Knoxville Seamstress, Flea Puckett, on the back and dated, along with the name of the quilt; "Stars and Stripes".

Measures 44 x 35 inches.
Will be shipped with Insurance and Tracking.

Shown hanging in Flea Puckett's living room for photos only.
Interested in a Tshirt Quilt like the one in the picture?
Visit http://FleaPuckett.com for Custom Order Information.

Stars and Stripes Quilted Wall Hanging by Flea Puckett Featuring Machine Gun Marine Soldier from United States USA Political Wall Hanging


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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: chalkboard vinyl, vinyl, furry upholstery fabric, bottomweight, camouflage canvas, d rings, hypoallergenic cotton batting, thread
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 338 reviews
  • Favorited by: 10 people