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Based on a True Story (fat quarter) fabric by anniedeb on Spoonflower - custom fabric

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By Deborah Astley

My designs are inspired by nature, words, music, personal experiences & memories. Please message me if you have any questions or requests.

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Description:

Design based on a truth-our chickens like to sit on our old ram. All his bluff & bluster are gone-he's so lonely he allows it! See notes.

Now for my baaaaad story based on this single truth: A sloppy sun inched its way up over the little town. Birds flitted in the blue blue sky. Not a single breeze stirred in the leafy trees. Mrs. Town Person pulled back the curtains to greet morning and saw three pink sheep ambling toward town Now the fact that these were pink sheep was enough for her to call Mr. Town Person to the window to take a look, but even more than that, there were chickens riding on the backs of these pink ewes and chickens scattered all around. What was going on?? A local reporter caught up with the odd group and asked what was going on?. Turns out, the sheep had contracted to work for Ewber (sheep's version of Uber) and some chickens had cackled that they needed a lift to town to get some more chicken feed from the Farmers Co-op. Of course, when the rest of the flock saw that three hens were going to town, they ALL wanted to go to town.

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