Lot of 4 pieces of vintage barkcloth floral curtain fabric. The gorgeous nubby piece measure about 22" wide and 37" long. It is very thick textured with a dusty pink/almost taupe stripe, cream, and roses and peonies in shades of pink, red, yellow, and coral. There is a snag in the center of the lower yellow flower center, which should be able to be pulled to the back. Also there are a few thread pulls that shouldn't affect its use. This makes gorgeous pillows, but would recommend interfacing applied to the back to prolong its use. I washed this a few years ago, smells a little old, but no smoke or bad odors to any of these. The two pieces of matching fabric measure about 18 x 19" square, and 30 long x 13.75" wide at the narrow part, with a little extra. This could be used for one 16-18 inch pillow, and one long skinny pillow. Again, interfacing would be very helpful. This is a slightly lighter weight almost waffle textured cotton with some stretch. Lovely faded blue, pink, taupe and cream colors! Last piece has a snag/thread pull running through it. I think this can be pulled to the back and would be hardly noticed, but want to point it out! Again this is a slightly stretchy textured cotton that was once a curtain panel. This was part of the 'top' of the curtain and it has some pleat mark discoloration and threads at the top. But with cutting off that top 3 inches could still get a 22.5 inch x 13+ inch piece for a pillow or other craft. Hoping someone can use these! I've made hundreds of pillows from many vintage fabrics over the years, and it's just time to let go of some of my fabric stash!