Only 1 left in stock
It’s called ‘moss’ as of its mint green color that changes from lighter to darker when you run your fingers on the fabric, just like velvet does.
The original fabric I purchased in a little secluded store in New York was very much different than the final product. Not only the colors were so much different, but the fabric (due to its heaviness and thickness) was very rough, I guess, intended for the upholstery. The sales people kept convincing me there was nothing much I could change around it, but I needed to try, because as soon as I saw it I fell in love with it. I knew the fabric would be colored and I was confident as I knew I was dealing with natural material. So, I was right. Not only coloring it altered the softness of the fabric, but the new colors came out just wonderful, blending nicely and making this piece rich and timeless.
Also, you can use this table runner on both sides.
Cotton, Poly, Silk
B lends of cotton, silk and poly, heavy fabric, extremely soft to the touch, with fringes on all four sides, hand dyed with water based dye for natural fabrics.
A pprox. 13″ x 57″ — 33 x 145 cm
H and wash OR Machine wash using gentle settings, Dry cleaning will do as well;
Hang to dry;
Iron, from scale 1-10, @ about 5