This striking 80" long barkcloth panel from the 1950s comes with a sewn-in 2.5" sleeve along the top for a drapery rod (see image #3) and a 4.5" hem along the bottom (image #4). Hems on each side measure 1.25" (image #5). The vivid flowers are set against a dark green ground and the whole piece has an interesting texture to the touch. Here's what Wikipedia says about barkcloth: "Today, what is commonly called barkcloth is a soft, thick, slightly textured fabric, so named because it has a rough surface like that of tree bark. This barkcloth is usually made of densely woven cotton fibers. Historically, the fabric has been used in home furnishings, such as curtains, drapery, upholstery, and slipcovers. It is often associated with 1940s through 1960s home fashions, particularly in tropical and abstract designs." Image #2 gives you an idea of the scale of the pattern. It's ready to hang immediately, or can be unthreaded to form an 87"x44.5" cloth. This piece has been recently dry-cleaned and stored in a smoke-free, pet-free home.