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This vintage 1970s Waverly “Bi-Centennial Heirloom” fabric features red on white columns of the bellflower pattern widely used for the inlay of colonial Federal Period inlay. This line of fabric was used to upholster reproduction furniture made by Colonial Williamsburg. They are based on actual period 18th century fabrics. This is a strong, medium weight cotton suitable for upholstery or pillows.

I have a good deal of this fabric. It is 54" wide. This listing is for a piece six yards long. Please convo me if you would like more - or less - of this fabric.

Absolutely like new condition.

Vintage 1970s Waverly Bicentenniel Heirloom Fabric 6 Yards Upholstery Weight Red Bellflower Columns

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1970s
  • Material: cotton
  • Feedback: 788 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from Pennsylvania, United States
  • 23 people favorited this item