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Large piece of adorable Folk Country print cotton! Enough to make curtains or other projects that require a large amount of fabric.

Design: Folk country print of plants, roosters, barns and birdcages

Colors: Blue, Green and Black on White

Circa: 1950s-1960s

Fabric Type: Lightweight Cotton

Maker: Unknown, no selvedge writing

Size: 6 1/2 yds x 35" wide

Condition: Very Good, a couple of small stains, like the one shown in the last picture. No tears or odors. Fabric has been washed.

If you are interested in a smaller quantity of this fabric, please message me with your request and I will give you a quote.

I have to estimate shipping based on the "coast to coast" price and this may be more than it actually costs to ship to you if you are closer to Maryland (where I ship from). I refund shipping if the overage difference is more than $1.


This item is vintage, it is possible that there are minor flaws or stains that I missed when inspecting. Also, all information about fabric type and era are my best guess, please let me know if you think I am wrong.

Fabric comes from a smoke-free and pet-friendly home. If you think this might be a problem for you I would recommend washing upon receiving.

Please read shop policies prior to purchasing. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask!

Please visit the rest of my shop at http://www.etsy.com/shop/erikawithak for more great vintage fabric, patterns, buttons and more!

1950s 1960s Vintage Sewing Fabric - Blue Folk Cotton yardage - 6 1/2 yds X 35in wide


  • Vintage Supply from the 1950s
  • Material: cotton
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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