Cute and oddball 1950s print likely came about during that era’s Colonial Revival (one of many Colonial Revivals in American history). This piece has a distinctly kitsch touch in that regard, with the gingham hearts mixed with courting couples.
Perfect for making an anachronistic gift for an 18th century reenactor or renactrix, or for the child who’s into Colonial history and style even when reimagined like this in a kooky way. See another Colonial themed fabric of mine here: https://www.etsy.com/listing/886302468/vintage-1950s-colonial-american-people?ref=shop_home_active_9&pro=1
COLORS: Solid black, bubble gum pink, white.
SIZE: 44″ wide x 46″ long.
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