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Vogart 681; ca. 1950s; Embroidery transfers. Always in style, the perennial charm of these delightful American motifs will beautify your kitchen or dinette in a truly distinctive fashion. Use the quaint, single designs on cafe curtains- the newest thing in glamorous home decor- or strew them over a scarf to create an interesting effect. Try them on pot holders. The grandfather's clock, old fashioned spinning wheel, cradle and stove as well as the charming milk maid are especially suitable for an original set of kitchen towels or, tastefully combined, may be used for a large table cloth. They may also be adapted for colorful and authentic tapes- try paintings to dramatize your walls. In addition, designs for a distinctive toaster cover and table mats are included.

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