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McCall 1590

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McCall 1590 1950 Gingerbread House Youngsters and grownups alike will have a fine time planning and building McCall’s wonderful Gingerbread House.Adapted from the dear little thatched cottage the Brothers Grimm wrote about so engagingly, it is a house lovely to look upon and lovely to nibble at.It makes a merry centerpiece for your Christmas table, fits comfortably on a deeply recessed window ledge for all the neighborhood children to admire, or makes a fascinating portable attraction for your children to move from room to room when built and arranged on a sturdy card table.Designed by Mr and Mrs Richard Edes Harrison and featured on the McCall’s 1950 Christmas cover.

Pattern contains 2 transfers and detailed leaflet.Use lightweight cardboard for house, tees, horse, hen, dormouse, cat, geese, duck, chanticleer, witch, and Hansel and Gretel.

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