This large piece of Tintin fabric shows Tintin's enemy Bobby Smiles persuading the Chief that Tintin is up to no good. Below the main picture is a panel with more drawings from the book and the Tintin and Snowy trademark drawings.
The main picture is printed on white cotton, the bottom panel is on a sand colour. It's a good size, measuring approximately 60cm wide x 65cm long, so would make a fantastic cushion front or a centrepiece for a quilt. If you wanted to split it into two, the bottom panel measures 20cm x 52cm.
The picture is an orginal Herge drawing from Tintin in America. The cotton is French and dates from 1991.
I have a few panels from Tintin in America that have been salvaged from a larger piece of fabric. They are mostly in good condition but a few have small faults - there may be crease marks, or a (very) small worn area or a small mark. Overall they are perfectly useable but I am listing them as seconds and pricing them accordingly.
There are other panels and fabric lengths from the same series listed in the shop.