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This is a Betty Boop flannel tank top, embellished with red jersey cotton on the neckline and hand area. The fabric was prewashed before creating this item. My full name (in red) is embroidered in a slanted manner on the left side of this top. I added two elastic bands in the side area, giving it a slanted shape below. Do not worry about the elastic bands coming loose, for they are sewn down accordingly.

This top can be worn by women or girls.

Length: 18 ½ inches from high point shoulder to hem

Size: 4

Width: 19 inches / across (when measuring entire body frame): 38 inches

Top Care: Hand wash or machine wash on cold and place on line to dry. Do not put in dryer, for the flannel material will shrink.

LEGAL disclaimer: I am neither affiliated with the creation of this licensed fabric, nor the licensed character Betty Boop. However, the Supreme Court of the United States allows me to sell an item that is handmade and/or sewn by me under the FIRST-SALE DOCTRINE. This doctrine, which is codified in the Copyright Act of 1972, 17 U.S.C, basically states that a purchaser has the legal right to sell a licensed item without consent once it has been obtained. In other words, I obtained/bought the fabric and created a product – and have the right to sell it.

Justice Stevens states: “The whole point of the first-sale doctrine is that once the copyright owner places a copyrighted item in the stream of commerce by selling it, he has exhausted his exclusive statutory right to control its distribution.”