Almost trippy and psychedelic, this bright and modern take on a traditional Indienne floral design looks like it came out of a later Joan Baez’s closet! Steeped in jewel tones and vivid color.
So unusual for a barkcloth to come in a design like this, making it a rarity suitable not only for period pieces, but also for fabric and textiles collections.
USES: While you could reupholster a chair or multiple dining chair seats, or make pillows or café curtains, with the right pattern it could also make a groovy sheath dress or pencil skit, and of course it would be great for bags or hats!
FIBER: Cotton, mid-to lightly heavy weight, textural, slight drape, sturdy.
COLORS: White, black, fuschia, magenta, dark jade green, pumpkin orange, bubble gum pink, and taupe. The taupe isn’t metallic, but it does lend a gold feel to the piece.
SIZE: 42″ wide by 1 yard increments with up to 3 yards available.
CONDITION: Overall superior, especially for its age. Here and there the white stripes have a tiny bit of age-related yellowing but nothing to detract from the piece and almost imperceptible.
PURCHASING: On desktops add one yard to cart and then go to cart to add more yardage.