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Roll the Dice in Cherry from Classic Games by Michael Miller Fabrics

£3.80

Roll the Dice in Cherry

Classic Games by Michael Miller

So unique and very cool, this game-themed design will make for some attention grabbing sewing projects!  It’s got a vintage look with it’s use of the classic colour combination of cream, black and red.  Gorgeous!  This double-border print’s border is approximately 4.5 inches (11.5cm) from both selvedges.

Medium weight cotton fabric can be used for dressmaking, quilting, light use home decor projects, bags and more!

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Hey, hey Daddy-O!  We love the retro vibe of this now rare and out of print Michael Miller Roll the Dice in Cherry quilting fabric print from the Classic Games collection!  We’re picturing seat cushions or a table cloth for your games table or caravan.  This would work, too, as a dressmaking fabric for a fun shirt for him or her!  Or imagine it as part of a vintage pin-up style dress!  Fab or what?  Try teaming it up with the sleeveless variation of Sew Over It’s Vintage Shirt Dress sewing pattern for a warm weather winner!

Michael Miller Fabrics is an American design house known for quality textiles that have become a favourite brand for quilters, crafters and dressmakers alike!

Manufacturer’s washing instructions:  Machine wash warm with like colours.  Do not dry clean.  Do not bleach.  Tumble dry low.  Remove promptly.  Use warm iron if necessary.

Thread Head Fabrics recommends you pre-wash your fabrics before starting your sewing projects as cotton fabric will shrink slightly when washed.

Fabric Colour

Black, Cream / Beige, Red

Fabric Manufacturer

Michael Miller

Fabric Theme

Games, Retro

Fabric Width

112 cm/ 44″

Measurement

Fat Quarter, Long Quarter

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