This fabric was hand dyed using native Oregon growing Queen Anne's Lace (Daucus carota). The vague wide stripes in the warp signify hue changes and give additional interest. The weft yarn was space dyed using my own mordant painting techniques using iron. The pattern is a herringbone with some variation throughout. The yarn is all Pendleton woolen yarn grown and spun in the United States. This is truly a Pacific Northwest handmade/grown product.
The weight and hand are good for thicker shirting or a skirt. Care is hand-wash cold water, mild detergent. This piece measures 32"wide x 38"long. It has been washed and fulled to mimic industrial milling practices to make it soft and plush.
I stand by the colorfastness of my products and guarantee that if your piece fades from regular wash and wear significantly within a year, I will redye the product.