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Historically associated with criminals and clowns, stripes were once known as “the devil’s cloth,” yet the line between virtue and vice is often blurred. The wearer was one who deviated from established hierarchies — more misfit than monster. Medieval jesters and faithless knights were dressed or depicted in striped clothes, and even today, depending on the wearer, the pattern can make us pause.
CONTENT
100% linen
WIDTH
58″
REPEAT
10″h x 9 1/4″v
USE
curtains
heavy upholstery
CARE
spot clean
MARTINDALE
26,000
CFA OFFERED
yes
MINIMUM ORDER
1 yard

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AVAILABLE COLORWAYS

 
NO. ZFDV-01
 
 
NO. ZFDV-02
 

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