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Early 1900s Calico Quilt Fabric Pieces Black White Shirting Assorted Prints 10 in lot

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A lot of 10 cut shaped pieces of fabric for the purpose of quilting. A quilt, which never materialized, the fabric was stored away since the early part of the 1900's. The print of the calico fabric, which is called shirting, is in a white background with black tiny print. Only one is a white, black with red print. Many of the pieces have at least one matching.

Condition of all the fabric, accept for some oxidation marks over the years, are like new.

Size: 6" at the widest point x 2" at the narrow point. Sides are 5" in length.

Suitable group of fabrics for repairing old quilts or using for other crafts.

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