This classic fabric caught the eye of Ethel Kennedy and was used in the Drawing Room at the historic McLean, Virginia estate of Hickory Hill, and no wonder. It is a subtle beauty with its gently sweeping vine and stripe in two tones of creme color (one tends toward butter and the other ever so slightly rose). A soft hand and medium weight make it ideal for drapery and curtains but is suitable for upholstery. It was only available through the interior design trade, retailing for $200 per yard. This gem was discontinued in 2010 and will no longer be available. This is an opportunity not to be missed. It is difficult and expensive to find such a fantastic textile in natural fibers today. Don't miss this one.